The Globe-Times -- Bethlehem
April 28, 1927
STEEL SOCCERMEN TO PLAY AT NEW BEDFORD
Saturday Tilt May Be Followed by Postponed Game Sunday With Coats.
FALL RIVER TREKKING WEST

The Bethlehem Steel F. C. will make another New England invasion on Saturday afternoon when the team journeys to New Bedford, Mass., to play one of the five remaining league games. Although not definitely determined it is believed that the Steelmen will complete their schedule and in that event the Bethlehem clan will be seen in action in several more home games.

It is also likely that while away the Steelmen will play the one remaining game with J & P Coats. Negotiations are now under way to complete the arrangements and it is understood they are favorable to the Coats management.

The game against the Threadmakers is listed as a home affair and was to have been played several weeks ago, but the Coats missed a boat in New York an could not get here in time.

The Bethlehem management is anxious to kill two birds with one stone and is trying to arrange the game with Coats as the tail-end of a double header over the weekend. The suggestion is that the contest to be played at Tiverton, Mass., the home grounds of Fall River.

This would be possible, since Fall River left today for the Middle West where on Sunday they meet the Holley Carburetor F. C. of Detroit in the final round of the United States Cup competition. The Bethlehem players to make the trip for the New Bedford game have not yet been selected and indications are that there will be several changes.


1926-1927
Bethlehem Steel Soccer Club