Bethlehem Globe
Wednesday, September 22, 1915
Soccer Notes.

John Lance, a member of the local champion team for several years, will manage the Nativity in the Blue Mountain league the coming season.

Ernest Peacock, former member and captain of the Bethlehems team, is managing the Cross Roads of the Blue Mountain league. It is reported that he has gotten together a strong aggregation, which intends to make all the Blue Mountain league teams hustle.

John Toole has been unconditionally released by teh Bethlehem Steel Company and is reported to have signed with Jersey City.

Victor, South Bethlehem, a team composed of boys ranging in age from 12-15 years, is making great headway. It has adopted the same colors as the local champion and are training regular every night and bids fair to clean up all juvenile teams in this section, if it keeps up the way it is going.

Bethlehem Reserve has changed its name to the Bethlehem Football club on account of the late Bethlehem Club being called officially Bethlehem Steel Company, this season. It has signed several very promising players and with B. Quibell, Canada, managing the team, its outlook is promising.

Brown and Wilson, two players of the local champion, were slightly injured in the practice game last Thursday, but are reported doing well and will be back in the game in a few weeks.

According to Jack Hill, Allentown, that city will have a four-club soccer league of its own this season. Looks like a game between the pick of the Allentown league vs. pick of Blue Mountain league at the end of the season.

Bethlehem Steel Soccer Club