The Globe-Times -- Bethlehem
May 3, 1926
A Swing Along Athletic Row

A Real Fleming Shot
"Whitey" Fleming, former Bethlehem Steel player, came to the rescue in evade a shut out for the Bostonians on their visit to Bethlehem on Saturday afternoon. The veteran "Whitey" cut loose with one of his characteristic drives and a half dozen Carsons, Kerrs or any other goalie in the circuit could not have intercepted the stinging shot. A veteran in the game, Fleming is still there and disclosed that when anywhere in the vicinity of the goal, is dangerous. By the victory on Saturday, the Steelmen captured the four game series from the Hubmen. Bethlehem won two games, lost one and drew one in the American Soccer League clashes. This is quite an enviable record, for Boson is one of the top-notch clubs in the circuit. There is a possibility that the two teams will meet again, provided, of course, that Bethlehem survives the league cup campaign and Boston is equally as successful in disposing of the New England contenders. The Hubmen eliminated Fall River in the National cup classic, but whether they can repeat remains to be seen.

Bethlehem Steel Soccer Club