The Globe -- Bethlehem
Tuesday, September 28, 1920
A Swing Along Athletic Row

All-St. Louis Team Back From Sweden
With a record of seven victories, two loses and five draws out of 14 games played, 20 members of the St. Louis All-American Soccer team that visited Sweden, returned yesterday. Included among the players were several of the star performers with the Robins Dry Dock team and their return should add considerable strength to the outfit defeated by the Steel Workers at Brooklyn last Sunday. Harry Ratican, captain of the team, formerly of St. Louis and Bethlehem, and now playing with the Robins Dry Dock Club of Brooklyn, was still nursing the injured leg which allowed him to participate in only eight of the games abroad. He said he hoped to be in shape soon and take his place in metropolitan soccer. The part y was in charge of Thomas W. Cahill, of New York, secretary of the United States Football Association. James H. Henderson, who acted as assistant manager, also returned.

Bethlehem Steel Soccer Club