The Globe -- Bethlehem
Friday, March 16, 1923
Present Weather Conditions Will Not Postpone Contest With Phillies Saturday.

The American League game between Philadelphia F. C. and Bethlehem Steel, scheduled for tomorrow at the Steel field, will go on despite the present weather conditions. So many games have been postponed recently that no further delays can be permitted if the schedule is to be completed in the regular season allowed by this league. Bethlehem has played fifteen league games to date and thirteen more remain to be played. Seven at Bethlehem and six away. Phillies vs. Bethlehem game has been postponed several times, but only a blizzard at the time, set for the start, will prevent play tomorrow.

Malcolm Goldie, the clever outside left on the Bethlehem list, has completely recovered from the injury he received in the game against New York, and he will be seen in his regular place against the Phillies. The visitors will be out to show that the defeat administered to Bethlehem in the opening league game of the season was no fluke, and they will be sure to make it interesting for the locals, despite the big difference in the relative positions of both teams in the league standings.

Fall River leads the league by one point with Pawtucket and Bethlehem right behind. Should Bethlehem and Pawtucket both win tomorrow, they will be tied for first place with 24 points.

The following is the Bethlehem lineup: Highfield, Young, Ferguson, McFarlane, Carnihan, Terris, Campbell, Rattray, McNiven, Maxwell, and Goldie.

The game will start at 3 p.m.

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