The Globe – South Bethlehem
Friday, May 26, 1916
Bethlehem Steel and Scottish-American to Play Final Game On Taylor Field
Secretary A. N. Beveridge of the American Football association yesterday notified Secretary Trend of the Bethlehem Steel Company, that the final game of the American Cup Competition between Scottish-American, Newark, last year’s champion and Bethlehem Steel will be staged at Taylor Field, Saturday, June 10. The officials for this game will be D. M. Whyte, Brooklyn, referee and Allen Montgomery, Newark and James Kerr, Philadelphia, linesmen. The game will be started promptly at 3:45 p.m. Two special trains will leave Newark at 1 p.m.

In addition to the final soccer game, the Bethlehem Steel Company will stage the opening game of the Penn-Jersey Baseball league between Bethlehem Steel and Washington. This game will start promptly at 2:15 p.m.

Tomorrow afternoon at 3 o’clock the local team will lineup against Disston A. A. at Tacony, Philadelphia in a play-off for the League championship. The following players are requested to report at the Union Depot at 10:30: Duncan, Fletcher, Ferguson, Murray, Campbell, Morrison, McKelvey, Pepper, Butler, Brown, Fleming and Graham.

Duncan the Bethlehem goalkeeper will arrive in town this afternoon from Portland, Maine, to assist Bethlehem against Disston tomorrow afternoon.

The United States Football association will hold its annual banquet in the Hotel Walton, Philadelphia, Monday, May 29. The Bethlehem Steel company team and officials will attend in a body to see the handsome Dewar trophy and gold medals emblematic of the championship of United States.

Bethlehem Steel Soccer Club