The Globe -- Bethlehem
Monday, August 30, 1926
To Further Plans for Benefit Games for Swimming Pool, to be Played Labor Day

Every soccer booster and supporter in town is expected to be at the Booster Club meeting this evening at the You Eddie Club rooms, Broad and main Streets at 7:45. Only a week remains before the Labor Day game for the new swimming pool, and there are but three weeks left in which to dispose of the season tickets and merchants tickets before the first home game of the season. The members of the Board of Governors of the club are the chief salesmen in this venture, and they will appoint their lieutenants from other Boosters who are always willing to lend their assistance.

Tonight's meeting will be mainly devoted to discussion of the game on Labor Day. The committee in charge is optimistic and arrangements are under way to accommodate spectators to the number of three thousand. The program for the youngsters will also be developed.

A member who witnessed the exhibition game in which Bethlehem and Brooklyn battled to a tie on Saturday will be on hand to report on the new players who were given a trial.

Bethlehem Steel Soccer Club