Bethlehem Globe
Tuesday, September 1, 1925
A Swing Along Athletic Row

Former Bethlehem Player Indiana Manager
Many years of service as a player were rewarded when Bob Millar, a former star on the Bethlehem Steel team and one of the cleverest and most tantalizing forwards in the game, was acquired by Indiana Flooring, of New York, as player-manager for the Floormakers in the coming American Soccer League campaign. Bob was secured from the New York Giants F. C. He is in his thirty-fifth year but in spite of his years is still ranked as a forward of rare ability. Born in Paisley, Scotland, May 12, 1890, Millar made a great name for himself with St. Mirren in the Scottish League, before coming to this country in 1912-13. He starred in turn in the attacking decision of Tacony of Philadelphia, Brooklyn Field Club, Bethlehem Steel F. C., Babcock & Wilcox of Bayonne, N. J., Robins Dry Dock F. C., J & P Coats F. C. of Pawtucket, R. I., Fall River, New York F. C., and New York Giants. Millar will be at his old-time inside left position with Indiana.

Bethlehem Steel Soccer Club