The Globe -- Bethlehem
Monday, October 8, 1917
Soccer Notes

On Saturday on Moravian College field the Fairviews defeated the Victors in an exhibition game by the score of 1 to 0.

That was an easy victory, 10 to 0 that the Bethlehem Steel champions scored on Saturday over Jersey City team. Keeping up this pace the locals should have no trouble in repeating its past few seasons' achievements.

The Disston A. A. soccer eleven dropped its first National League game to the Scottish-Americans at Clark's Field, Newark, N. J., yesterday, by the score of 4 goals to 3. Disston played a great uphill game, being three goals down at half-time, Brierly, Seigel and Neil scoring for the Scots. Connie Lynch played brilliantly at center forward for Disston, in the second half scoring three goals, but Muduskey scored again for the Scots. Disston pressed Scots hard in the closing stages, Lynch almost scoring again with a hard drive which Ward stopped cleverly. It was a fast and exciting game all through and the Scots were lucky in winning.

Bethlehem Steel Soccer Club