The Globe – South Bethlehem
Monday, May 1, 1916
Fleming injured by Kick on Knee. Defense of Locals Hard to Break.

Bethlehem Steel company soccer team yesterday defeated Jersey City by the score of 5-0 in the third round American cup competition. The game was played at Newark, N. J.

Yesterday’s victory by the local team is deserving of much praise and Jersey City fans were given a shock by the big score rolled up on their team by the champions.

Tommy Fleming was injured in the second half by a severe kick on the knee. James Ford, the Jersey City outside right was also injured during the second period. Up to the time of his injury he played splendid for the Jersey boys but found the Bethlehem defense a hard proposition to break through.

The draw for the semi-final of the American cup will take place Wednesday evening in the Continental hotel, Newark, N. J.

The team started special training in preparation for the United States championship game with Fall River Rover next Saturday at Pawtucket, R. I. The team and officials will leave on Thursday morning. The line-up:

Bethlehem – Jersey City
Duncan – G -- Cummings
Fletcher – R. F. B. – John Ford
Ferguson – L. F. B. -- Waldron
Murray – R. H. B. -- Hullson
Campbell – C. H. B. -- McNell
Morrison – L. H. B. – J. Neil
MacDonald – O. R. – Jas. Ford
Butler (Pepper) – I. R. -- Kemp
Clark – C. F. -- McKay
Pepper (Butler) – I. L. -- Nelson
Fleming – O. L. – H. Neil
Final score – Bethlehem 5, Jersey City 0. Half time score – Bethlehem 1, Jersey City 0. Goals – Pepper 2, Clark, Fleming, MacDonald. Referee – Creighton. Linesmen – Scaife, Compion. Time of halves – 45 minutes.

Bethlehem Steel Soccer Club