The Globe South Bethlehem
Monday, November 23, 1914 page 5
Graham, a Clever English Player, Partnered with Millar, the Latter Scoring Three Goals

The score in the American League game played in Philadelphia, Saturday between West Philadelphia and Bethlehems by no means indicates the run of play, as West Philadelphia played the local team a good game, although they lost by four goals to none.

Bethlehems included in its line-up Graham, the clever inside right, who has recently arrived from England, and he made a fitting partner for Millar, who is probably one of the best center forwards playing soccer in this country today.

Millar proved his ability by scoring two goals in the first half, which were the only tallies made during this period. He again opened the scoring after the restart, the other goal going to Ford. Line-up:

Bethlehems West Philadelphia
Carter goal -- Lafferty
Murray right fullback -- Wise
Lance left fullback -- Sandall
Campbell right halfback -- Cannon
Clark center halfback -- McLaughlin
Morrison left halfback -- Doherty
Harrison outside right -- Kendall
Graham inside right -- Fullerton
Millar center forward -- Fisher
Pepper inside left -- Liggett
Ford outside left -- Elliott
Referee James Walden. Linesmen McGregor and Fletcher. Time of halves forty minutes. Goals Millar (3), Ford.

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