The Globe – South Bethlehem
Friday, November 3, 1916 – page 8
Strong Aggregation of Soccer Players Will Meet Steelworkers – The Probable Lineups.

The Babcock and Wilcox team will make its first appearance in the Bethlehems tomorrow when it lines up against the champion. This will be the first meeting of these two clubs.

The visitors are a well balanced team and recently defeated West Hudson, 4-0, in their league series.

Chris Wright has been signed as reserve goal keeper by the Steel Co. management.

The result of the Lehigh-Muhlenberg and Penn-Lafayette games will be announced at the end of each quarter.

The players signed by the Babcock and Wilcox management this year follow: goal, Jones, from Colombia Oval; fullbacks, Napier and Harding, members of last season’s team; r. h. b., Muir, from West Hudson; c. h. b., Smith, from Columbia Oval; l. h. b., Blatchford, from Columbia Oval; o. r. Holder, Continental; l. r., Vanderwolf, Holland; c. f., Sweeney, Brooklyn Celtics; i. l. Aitken, Continental; o. l. Loney, Continental.

Smith, center half, was a member of the All-American team that recently toured Sweden and Norway. The team is heavier than the local champions, their forward line being fast and dangerous.

Spalding and Morrison are reported, although it will be several weeks before either can get into the game again.

The Steelworkers finished training today and will rest up until the game. The teams will line up as follows:

Beth. Steel – Babcock & Wilcox
Wright – goal -- Jones
Fletcher -- R. F. B. -- Napier
Ferguson – L. F. B. -- Harding
Kirkpatrick– R. H. B. -- Muir
Clarke – C. H. B. -- Smith
Murray– L. H. B. -- Blatchford
McKelvey – O. R. -- Holden
Pepper – I. R. – Vanderwolf
Ratican – C. F. -- Sweeney
Chadwick – I. L. -- Aitken
Fleming – O. L. -- Duggin
Linesmen – Patrick. Referee – George Young, Philadelphia.

Bethlehem Steel Soccer Club