Victor F. C., South Bethlehem, has entered the second division of the Blue Mountain League. Fairview F. C., and North End, and Bethlehem also have joined this division.
Secretary J. H. Carpenter invites correspondence with Bethlehem High School, Saucon High School and Hellertown.
Secretary Carpenter reports only one application for examination to those who desire to become referees and members of the Referees Association of Philadelphia.
“Bob” Miller, star soccer forward late of Bethlehem Steel company team has signed with Allentown Y. M. C. A., and will become a resident of that city.
Churchman, a noted soccer star who played with Queen’s Park Rangers last season ahs placed his John Hancock to a form for Allentown Y.M.C.A.
Allentown is out this season for honors having entered the National Challenge Cup competition and the American Cup contest.
A general meeting of the Blue Mountain league will be held Friday, 8 p.m. in the Nativity parish house, when all junior clubs will be represented. Persons desiring to become referees may attend this meeting.
Next Saturday, Bethlehem Steel will play the strong Babcock and Wilcox eleven, Bayonne, N. J. This club defeated West Hudson, last Sunday in a national league game at Newark. It is reported as having a very strong aggregation of soccer stars.
Kirkpatrick and MacDonald of the local team, who received injuries in last Saturday’s game, are reported improved and should be in shape again in a couple of weeks.
Clarke, Spalding, Murray and Blend, a new man, recently arrived, were all in togs yesterday and put in a strenuous two hours’ practice.