The Globe -- Bethlehem
Friday, October 31, 1924
Final Work Out Given Local Players Yesterday in Preparation For Hard Contest

Bethlehem -- Fall River
Highfield -- G -- Kerr
Young -- RFB -- Tate
D. Ferguson -- LFB -- Kemp
McDonald -- RHB -- McPherson
MacGregor -- CHB -- Raeside
Robertson -- LHB -- Fryer
Forrest -- OR -- Campbell
Grainger -- IR -- Ried
Stark -- CF -- Brittan
Maxwell or Rollo -- IL -- Morley
Goldie -- OL -- McKenna
Kickoff -- 3 p.m.; Referee -- George Young, Philadelphia.

Bethlehem Steel players engaged in their final workout yesterday afternoon in getting ready for the Fall River invasion here on Saturday afternoon. A long and hard scrimmage was the lot for the Steel Workers and at the conclusion the management was ready to announce the players who will be selected for this important game.

In only one position is there any doubt and that is at inside left in which the choice rests between Sturdy Maxwell and Rollo. The remainder of the forward line will be made up of Forrest, Grainger, Stark and Goldie.

Anticipating a hard game and determined to annex a victory the Steel Workers put in probably the hardest week of training this season. Stung by the unexpected reverse in the New Bedford game the local clan hope to regain the prestige lost by that defeat at the expense of Fall River.

The visitors will come to Bethlehem with several former Bethlehemites in their lineup. Players who before joining the Fall River were regulars on the Steel squad. These include Harold Brittan, former Blue and White center forward, who incidentally is at present leading the American Soccer League in the individual honors of goals scored.

The game will be the first of four home contest to be played within fifteen days and incidentally the most important played here thus far this season. On election day the Steel Workers meet Newark on the Steel Field and the following Saturday will have the opportunity of revenging a defeat when New Bedford comes to Bethlehem for its first visit. The following weekend it will be Brooklyn.

In spite of the other counter attractions in Bethlehem tomorrow afternoon indications are that all soccer enthusiasts will not miss the opportunity of seeing this game. The cheering section has again been organized and is expected out en masse. Another attractive feature will be the music of the Bethlehem Steel Company band before and during the game. The band will march from their headquarters to the field.

Bethlehem Steel Soccer Club