The Globe -- Bethlehem
Monday, November 14, 1921
Philadelphia Eleven, Made Up of Local Players Shut Out Harrison 3 to 0
Even though Harry Ratican, former Bethlehem Steel center forward was included in the lineup of the Harrison F. C., the team was shut out on the home field in their American League game with the Philadelphia F. C., comprised most exclusively of famous Bethlehem Steel players, yesterday afternoon. The score was 3 goals to none.

The first half was a hummer and the crowd was treated to a clever brand of football. No goals were scored, but Ratican should have put his team one up, but was too slow in picking up a fine pass from Wilson.

After the interval the superior training of the visitors told its tale and they soon began to wear down the Harrison boys. Murray scored the first goal after 20 minutes' play with a dazzling shot. Ten minutes later the clever Brittan got the ball through twice after great single-handed efforts.

Philadelphia -- Harrison
Kerr -- G -- Tintle
Bethune -- RFB -- Post
Ferguson -- LFB -- Spalding
Murray -- RHB -- Sheppard
Porter - -CHB -- Muir
Lorimer -- LHB -- Blakey
Collier -- OR -- Wilson
Morley -- IR -- Heminsley
Brittan -- CF -- Ratican
Campbell -- IL -- Shaw
Fleming -- OL -- Brown
Referee -- T. Cunningham. Linesmen -- G. Bustard, Harrison and W. Forrest, Philadelphia. Goals for Philadelphia -- Murray, Brittan 2. Time of halves -- 45 minutes.

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