The champion Bethlehem's soccer team added another victory to its unbroken string on Saturday when it defeated the Kensington F. C. of Philadelphia on East End field by the overwhelming score of 8-0.
Bethlehem played throughout the game minus three of their star players whose places were filled by Ga[ . . .], Leonard and Lawson of the second team and all three play [ . . . ] and played well. The superiority of the Bethlehems team was evident from the start, and visitors were on the defensive for the greater part of the game. It must be admitted, however, that the Kensington team though playing with only ten men throughout the entire game, put up a plucky fight and never gave up until the final whistle. Warren, the Kensington goal-keeper, made many good saves, while Trotter and Dalton [ . . . ] full-back worked hard all through the game.
[ . . . ] McKelvey and Fleming scored for Bethlehems, while Scaife, Bethlehem's new goal keeper without doubt a good reliable man. He made a favorable impression on the [ . . . ] The line-up:
Bethlehem - Kensington
Scaife - g -- Warren
[ . . . ] -- R.F.B. -- Trotter
[ . . . ] -- L.F.B. -- Dalton
[ . . . ] -- R.H.B. -- Whinbach
[ . . . ] -- C.H.B. -- Ermel
[ . . . ] -- L.H.B. -- Marnich
[ . . . ] -- O.R. -- Dunkenfield
[ . . . ] -- I.R. -- Cooper
[ . . . ] -- C.F. -- Mellon
[ . . . ] -- I.L. -- ---------
[ . . . ] -- O.L -- Royal
Linesmen: for Bethlehem, J. Law[ . . . ], Kensington, N. [. . . ]yas. Time of halves, 45 minutes. Goals scored, [. . . ], Fleming 2, Garvey 1; Leon[ . . .]. Referee G. Ward, Philadelphia.