The Morning Call -- Allentown
Monday, April 21, 1930
Steel City Soccer Wizards Make Final Appearance Before Metropolitan Crowd

New York, April 20 – About to disband, the soccer players of the Bethlehem Steel corporation made their last appearance before a Metropolitan audience in the Atlantic Coast league fixture with the Brooklyn Wanderers and were saluted by a crowd of over 3,000 fans at Hawthorne field in Brooklyn this afternoon.

W. Luther Lewis, chairman of the Bethlehem soccer committee and of the United States Football Association and the “Father” of professional soccer in this country, made a speech. The visitors scored three times before the home team found itself and at half time Bethlehem led by 3-1. The visitors went farther ahead in the second period and then Brooklyn cut it down to 4-2. In the closing minutes Bethlehem shot the fifth goal.

Archie Stark, Bethlehem’s peerless center, monopolized the early scoring getting three goals in succession. Johnny Jaap accounted for the other two in the second period and Josef Eisenhoffer of Brooklyn tallied once in each half. The lineup:

Brooklyn Wanderers (2) – Bethlehem (5)
Scullion – G -- Frazer
Moore – RFB -- Gibson
Grosz – LFB -- McGregor
Brown – RHB -- Massie
Maguire – CHB – H. Reid
Schiner – LHB -- Pitt
Robertson – OR -- Gillespie
Weiss – IR -- Tollan
Nahadoma – C -- Stark
Devlin – IL -- Jaap
Eisenhoffer – OL -- Dick
Referee: E. C. Craigman. Linesmen E. C. Crabb and Currier. Goals: Stark (3) Jaap (2) Bethlehem. Eisenhoffer (2) Brooklyn Wanderers. Substitutions: Lazio for Moore, Innocenti for Lazio, Lazio for Devlin. Time of halves, 45 minutes.

Bethlehem Steel Soccer Club