The Globe -- Bethlehem
Monday, October 13, 1919

The Henry Disston Sons' soccer team yesterday held the crack New York Field Club to a draw at two goals, in so doing surprised its most ardent supporters. The game was played in Tacony under dripping skies. During the first half the rainfall was especially heavy and the conditions under foot were noticed in the play of both elevens.

The crack Robins Dry Dock soccer team gave the Merchants Ship F. C. of Harriman, Pa., a severe trouncing at Brooklyn yesterday in a National League soccer game by 11 goals to 4. In fairness to the visitors three of their best players failed to put in an appearance, and, playing with a weakened team, they paid the penalty.

On the eve of meeting the Bethlehem Steel Company's famous team at Morse Oval next Sunday the soccer team of Morse Drydock, of Brooklyn, journeyed to Paterson yesterday and defeated the Paterson Football Club, runners-up to the champions in last season's cup tie, by the score of 3 goals to 0, in the National League. At half time the visitors lead by 2 to 0.

Bethlehem Steel Soccer Club