The Globe-Times -- Bethlehem
May 6, 1927
"WHITEY" FLEMING TO PLAY HERE TOMORROW
Well Known Ex-Steel Soccer Star Now with Speedy Bostonians
LOCALS REARRANGE LINEUP
In the last home stand of the season against Boston here on Saturday afternoon, it is pretty nearly definitely ascertained that the Bethlehem Steel F. C. will lineup in this important contest with a dramatically rearranged forward line necessitated by injury.
Neither Tom Gillespie, center forward, nor Archie Stark, inside right, will don their soccer togs in the last home game. Both are nursing injuries which were slow to respond and while the condition of neither one is that serious to force exclusion in case of an emergency, it is quite certain that Gillespie and Stark will not start in the game.
Johnny Jaap, the speedy and daring [. . . ] the center forward [. . . ] both sides by veterans. George For-[. . .] work on the forward line, will go to outside right, a position he played when he first came to the Bethlehem club.
"Whitey" Fleming With Boston
Coming to [. . .]-men will be "Whitey" Fleming, a former Bethlehem forward who when he left the Steelmen several years ago, critics predicted that he was through. Fleming is one of the original members of the crack Bethlehem team of several years back and always regarded as one of the most dangerous goal shooting forwards in the league. His timely drive in the old days when sporting a Bethlehem uniform won quite a few games in Bethlehem and since affiliating with Boston has been equally as effective. That he still possesses his dashing form is readily apparent by the fact that he is able to successfully hold a regular berth on one of the best teams in the country.
Bethlehem Steel Soccer Club