The Globe -- Bethlehem
Wednesday, January 10, 1923
Corner Kicks

Fall River has a comfortable position in the American League standing. They have played most of their games at home and they will find the going harder when they are the visitors.

The clever display given by Carnihan, the latest addition to the Steel lineup, in the Coats game last Saturday, is still the talk of the fans.

The opportunity to compare the work of the Ferguson brothers Saturday was much enjoyed by the fans and they are already looking forward to the next visit of the Pawtucket team for the remaining league games.

New York F. C., the fast traveling American League team that eliminated the Steel Workers from the national cup, will meet Paterson in the eastern semi-final and the game should be one of the classics of the year.

The American Soccer League is by far the best balanced and best conducted soccer league ever organized in this country and the days of a runaway victory for any team are over.

The snow will be cleared from the Steel field for the Paterson game on Saturday and the battle will start at 2:30 p.m.

George Young, the Philadelphia referee who handled the Coats vs. Bethlehem game last Saturday will be the referee for the Paterson game next Saturday. Horace Williams and Harry Carpenter will be the linesmen.

Bethlehem Steel Soccer Club