The Globe-Times Bethlehem
Monday, April 8, 1929

A Swing Along Athletic Row

The National Champions
The National soccer championship will rest with the Hakoah All-Stars for one year at least. The Jewish aggregation garnered the title by making it two straight over the Madisons, of St. Louis, before a crowd of 20,000 spectators in Brooklyn, N. Y., on Sunday afternoon. The score was 3 to 0. Wading through all opposition which incidentally did not include Bethlehem, the latter knocked out by the Giants who in turn were defeated by the Hakoahs in the Eastern final, the New Yorkers scored a total of 22 points in their six games in the United States tourney and held the opponents to only three. While Bethlehem had the misfortune to be eliminated the team can rest on the laurels of having proven master of the National champions in every one of the league meets.

Bethlehem Steel Soccer Club