The Globe -- Bethlehem
Thursday, October 5, 1922
A Swing Along Athletic Row

Ratican Doing Well at West Point
The success of Harry Ratican as a soccer coach is well apparent by the auspicious manner in which the Army opened its season yesterday afternoon. Harry, for years one of the shining lights in the booting game and probably the foremost of American-born and developed soccer players, is through with the active end of the sport from what can be learned, and is putting in his first year as a coach at the United States Military Academy. In his playing days, Harry starred with the championship Bethlehem F. C. and later was one of the strongest scoring assets with the Robins Dry Docks eleven, successors to Bethlehem in garnering the National honors. The army opened the season against Dartmouth yesterday and was returned a 3 to 0 victor. It is of special significance to note that Lehigh is on the Army schedule and that the Brown and White is coached by a man who actively associated with the Bethlehem F. C. during the early years of Ratican's connection with the club.

Bethlehem Steel Soccer Club