Cahill to Arrange American Tour
If the differences prevailing between the Dominion and American soccer associations are amicably adjusted, Thomas W. Cahill, secretary of the U. S. F. A., will have charge of arranging the schedule of games for the Scottish tourists who expect to visit the Untied States in July. This power was delegated at the meeting of the National Commission of the United States Football Association in session for the annual convention at Philadelphia. It is now likely that Cahill will make immediate efforts to ascertain the attitude of the Dominion relative to granting the Scottish players permission to tour this country. If the proposition is sanctioned, Bethlehem will be one of the cities visited for an international game.