The Globe - South Bethlehem
Tuesday, November 10, 1914
With Reading the Home Eleven Pleases Kutztown.

Bethlehems team having no league game on Saturday, owing to the withdrawal of the Irish American team, Wilmington, from the American League, arranged an exhibition game with Reading F. C., which was played at Kutztown, before the student body of the Kutztown State Normal school of which there were about three hundred present. The game was very fast and interesting and seemed to make quite a hit with the students who wish to adopt the game. Bethlehems tried out several new men, including Graham and Everton, England and Fletcher and Pepper from Hamilton, Ont. These men should prove valuable players to Bethlehems. The line-up:

Reading F. C. - Bethlehems
Deakins - G -- Lewis
Unger - R.F.B. -- Fletcher
Williams - L.F.B. -- Lance
Santee - R.H.B. -- Black
Eckroth - C.H.B. -- Campbell
Miller - L.H.B. -- Whitson
Afflebach - O.R. -- Harrison
Walton - I.R. -- Graham
Irving - C.F. -- Millar
Chapman - I.L. -- Pepper
Gaul - O.L. - Fleming
Goals - Black, Graham, Pepper, Millar 2, Lance 2, Chapman 2. Referee - A. Black. Linesmen - Boehler and Rush. Time of halves - 45 minutes. Final score, Bethlehems 7, Reading 0.

The local management has signed two first class men recently secured from Hamilton, Ont. They are Sam Fletcher, a fullback, who stands five feet, ten inches and weights 172 pounds, and F. Pepper, a forward. Neither of these men will be eligible to play until Nov. 21.

The draw for the second round of the American cup took place on Saturday at the Continental hotel, Newark, N. J. Sixteen clubs were drawn against each other and Bethlehems is very well satisfied with the result which came out as follows: Bethlehems vs. Clan MacDonald F. C., Brooklyn, at Bethlehem; Greenville F. C. vs. Brooklyn Celtics F. C. game to be played at Greenville, N. J.; Babcox & Wilcox vs. West Hudson F. C. at Newark N. J.; Henry Disston F. C. vs. Bridgeport City, at Philadelphia; General Electric vs. Farr Alpaca F. C., Holyoke, Mass., at Schenectady, N. Y.; Jersey City vs. Fall River F. C., Fall River, Mass., at Jersey City; Yonkers F. C. of Yonkers, N. Y., vs. Victor Professionals of Philadelphia, at Yonkers, N. Y.; Scottish Americans vs. Our Boys F. C. of New York, at Newark, N. J. All games to be played on or before Nov. 29, 1914.

Clan MacDonald F. C., Brooklyn and the True Blue F. C., Paterson, yesterday played a league game, the former winning by 1-0. Secretary Trend of the local club witnessed the game.

Bethlehem Steel Soccer Club