The Globe Ė South Bethlehem
Tuesday, November 3, 1914

Bethlehems got back into the old stride on Saturday, and the way the boys went after West Philadelphia, was a treat to watch.

There were nine of last yearís team play on Saturday.

Millarís debut at center forward was a great success, he led the forward line in fine style and gave the West Philadelphia backs an anxious ninety minutes. Four goals in one game and a cup game at that is going some Ė Keep it up Bob.

Donaghy and Fleming were always on the job and took a lot of watching.

Ford and Lewis worked well together on Saturday. Fordís centering was always dangerous to West Philadelphia.

Stewart, Morrison, Lawler the old reliable halfback line had the West Philadelphia forwards bottled up at all times.

Murray and Lance at fullback worked together fine, their judgment and kicking being spectacular.

Scaife in goal (nuf sed.) Millar 4 goals, Fleming 2, keep it up boys, thatís going some.

Bethlehem displayed a pep and dash on Saturday that completely swept West Philadelphia off their feet.

Guess that the hoodoo has gone, no game next Saturday so the boys can enjoy a well earned rest.

November 14, Bethlehems will play [ . . . ] F. C. on of the youngest and fastest teams in Philadelphia it will be a first round National Cup game.

[ . . . ] for the second round of the American cup will take place by Saturday Nov. 7 at Newark.

West Hudson won its first round game also Jersey City but the Brooklyn F. C. was defeated by Brooklyn Celtic, 5-1, guess they missed Millar, Clarke and Ford.

Tommy Black and Johnny Galbraith were first reserves on Saturday and along with Toole, Peacock, Campbell and Clarke, the first three being on the injured list and the latter suspended, they all witnessed the game from the sidelines and rooted hard for the Bethlehems.

Who will Bethlehems be drawn against in the second round? Will it be home or away?

Bethlehem Steel Soccer Club