The Globe -- Bethlehem
Monday, October 3, 1921

The Philadelphia F. c. made it four straight in the American League soccer competition by defeating the Todd's Shipyard eleven on the latter's field, yesterday afternoon, by the score of 2 to 0. Included in the lineup of the losers was Jimmy Campbell, former captain and star back of the Bethlehem team. The result leaves the Philadelphia team the only unbeaten club in the competition. The Philadelphia team lined up with all former Bethlehem players with the exception of one, Campbell, the inside left, being the odd man.

Philadelphia -- Todd's S. Y.
Kerr -- G -- Renzulli
Bethune -- RFB -- Adams
Ferguson -- LFB -- Lance
Murray -- RHB -- Campbell
Porter -- CHB -- Fryer
Fullerton -- LHB -- Irvine
Morley -- OR -- McKelvey
Forrest -- IR -- McGuire
Brittan -- C -- Potts
Campbell -- IL -- Hosie
Fleming -- OL -- Sweeney
Referee: J. E. Schoiefield; linesmen, E. Garside, Todds, and A. Lorimer, Philadelphia; goals: for Philadelphia by Brittan 2. Time of halves: 45 minutes.

At New York, the J & P Coats eleven, of Pawtucket, R. I., defeated the New York F. C. by the score of 2 to 0. Mitchell and Kershaw scored for Coats.

Bethlehem Steel Soccer Club