The Globe-Times – Bethlehem
Monday, April 22, 1929
Drop Eastern League Contest at Paterson on Sunday By 4 to 2 Score.

Following the brilliant victory over the New York Giants here on Saturday the Bethlehem Soccer team journeyed to Paterson, N. J., on Sunday afternoon and added two more league points at the expense of the I. R. T. Rangers. The final score was 4 to 2.

In playing this game the services of all the reserves available was called upon and with the exception of the forward line the team resembled anything but the veteran aggregation that battled the Giants to a 3 to 1 victory. Captain McGregor and Bill Carnihan were among the missing on the halfback line while mingling with the forwards were Dick Marshall, former Penn State player, he was given a further trial, and Walter Jackson, who has played with Bethlehem off and on this season.

The Steel booters had little trouble in annexing the victory, taking the lead early in the game and holding it at all times. The Rangers, who surprised with some brilliant victories this season, were dangerous in spots and did manage to drive two scoring shots past Beveridge.

Archie Stark topped the Bethlehem scoring with two goals to his credit. One each was annexed by Tommy Gillespie and Alec Massie. The lineup:

Bethlehem -- Rangers
Beveridge – G – Duncan
Gibson – RFB – Rankin
Allan – LFB – McKay
Maxwell – RHB – Stuart
Reid – CHB – O’Neill
Rollo – LHB – Watkins
Gillespie – OR – Webster
Jackson – IR – Campbell
Stark – CF – Coleman
D. Marshall – IL – McGivney
Massie – OL – Crilley
Goals: Stark 2, Gillespie, Massie, Coleman, McGivney. Time of halves, 45 minutes.

Bethlehem Steel Soccer Club