The Globe - South Bethlehem
Wednesday, November 4, 1914
Bethlehems Team's Opportunity to Recuperate and Rest Up.

Owing to the withdrawal of the Irish-American F. C., Wilmington, Del., from the American League, the Bethlehems team will be without a game for next Saturday, and will be given a rest, to enable its cripples to get back into condition in time for the first round of the National Cup game with the Putnam F. C., Philadelphia, which will be played in Bethlehem, Nov. 14.

Next Saturday at 3 p.m., Bethlehems Reserves will play Easton F. C., a Blue Mountain League game on East End field.

John Toole's condition has not improved, and he left for his home in Jersey heights, N.J. yesterday to recuperate.

The draw for the second round of the Ameriacn Cup competition will take place next Saturday night in Newark, N. J.

The following are some of the club members who have won their first round games against whom Bethlehems is liable to be drawn: West Hudson, Jersey City, Brooklyn Celtic, Victor Professionals, Disston, F. C., Yonkers, Fall River Rovers, Fall River, Mass., Holyoke, Bridgeport City, and numerous other clubs.

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