The Globe -- Bethlehem
March 13, 1920
Soccer Fans Happy Game Once More Under Way Here

The Bethlehem Steel vs. Wanderers' F. C. national cup game will be played tomorrow at Bethlehem Steel field after many postponements and a great game is sure to be witnessed. The long layoff will only add to the keenness of the players to display their abilities and the champions will undoubtedly give one of the best displays of the season. The visitors have made a great reputation this season and are easily the best team in the Philadelphia district. In their last important game they only lost to Paterson in the American cup at Paterson by one goal to none, the goal being scored in the final minutes of the game. The national cup is the blue ribbon of the soccer world and both teams can be relied upon to play with an abandon that is only seen in cup contests. Bethlehem has held the national trophy for the past two seasons and are out to make it three straight. The following team will represent the champions tomorrow: Duncan, Wilson, Ferguson, Murray, Campbell, Wm. Morrison, McKelvey, Sturch, Harris, Forrest, and Fleming. David Scott of Philadelphia will referee. The game will start at 3 p.m.

Local fans will be glad to see the champions once more in action after the enforced layoff and they will find the visitors worthy opponents, who will play every minute of the game at a fast pace.

The strong lineup that Bethlehem will present tomorrow should prove too strong for the visitors but the champions would be well advised to treat the Wanderers with the respect they deserve, as nay undue over-confidence might be the means of finding them on the wrong end of the score.

Bethlehem Steel Soccer Club