The Globe-Times – Bethlehem
Saturday, February 22, 1930
A Swing Along Athletic Row

Just Another Draw
If Fall River does not win the National soccer championship, Sam Marks, the works of the Fall River team, will have no complaint to register with the cup committee in charge of the draw. Sam must carry a four-leafed clover or a rabbit’s foot, for certainly the draw has been good to his club, favored with the home grounds for the first two rounds and again favored if his team survives in the game against New Bedford in the third round. In contrast, Bethlehem played its first round away from home is booked for the second round against the New York Giants away on Sunday afternoon and then if surviving this test will go into the divisional semi-final away from home. A wise wager at this stage of the tournament is that Fall River, present leader in the Atlantic Coast Soccer League, will be there as one of the finalists. In that event the Marksmen will probably play their first cup game on strange loam with the metropolitan distinct the likely location.

Bethlehem Steel Soccer Club