The Globe -- Bethlehem
Wednesday, September 22, 1926
BOOSTER CLUB TO GIVE BALL TICKETS
2 Dockets for World Series to Be Presented At Saturday's Soccer Game
SEATS WILL BE RELOCATED

Announcement was made at the Soccer Boosters Club meeting Tuesday evening in the Yo Eddie rooms that two tickets to one of the World Series baseball games at New York will be given away at next Saturday's Steel-Newark soccer game on Leigh Field, Elizabeth Avenue. Numbers will be given to all fans entering the game on Saturday, and the winners will be announced at half time.

Several cards were given out last week bearing the words "Soccer Saturday, Elizabeth Avenue, Let's Go." Those in possession of these cards are urged to display them for the remainder of the week and during any week in which a game is to be played.

To Relocate Seats

The Booster Club recommended to the management that the new bleachers placed behind the goals be moved to the south side of the playing pitch. Accordingly this will be done, as the new sections have proved very popular with the fans.

More caps will be on sale for the boys on Saturday. These sell at twenty-five cents each, and any boy wearing one of these is eligible to compete for the soccer ball to be given away at the game by clipping the picture of Bob McGregor from Thursday night's Globe-Times presenting it at the gate.

Receive Fight Tickets

The two lucky winners of the $16.50 fight tickets given away at the soccer game on Labor Day have received their pasteboards.


1926-1927
Bethlehem Steel Soccer Club