The Steel Workers leave tomorrow morning for Philadelphia, where they hope to add two more points in the American Soccer League r ace. On the field at Twenty-ninth and Clearfield streets, the Bethlehem clan meets the Philadelphia F. C. It will be the second meeting between these two clubs this season and incidentally the only league rival met twice thus far.
Bethlehem will tackle the Phillies minus the services of Bill Carnihan, the brilliant center halfback. Carnihan is convalescing from a recent illness and is still under the care of his physician. Bob McGregor will play the position with MacFarland taking McGregor's place.
Other changes in the lineup will be at goal where Bill Highfield will start in his first game this season, Highfield relieves Carson who has guarded the citadel in the four games already played.
With seven first string forwards included among the front liners, the selection becomes more or less an uncertainty until the time of starting the game. However, the five men to represent Bethlehem on the forward line will be selected from among Turner, Grainger, Stark, Maxwell, Rollo and Goldie.
Archie Stark is leading the league in the individual goal scoring and will probably be given the opportunity to add to his total of seven by being assigned to center forward. Rollo, too, a new acquisition to the club this season, may be given preference in order to help him round into condition.
The defense will have that stonewall pair, Jock Young and Davy Ferguson at fullbacks, while on the halfback line with MacFarland and MacGregor will be Robertson. The kickoff will be at 3 o'clock with Jimmy Walders the referee.