The Globe -- Bethlehem
Monday, October 13, 1924
New Bedford Eleven Is Defeated Saturday 3 Goals to One But

Before a crowd of 6,000 soccer fans, who completely filled the stands and slopes at the Indiana-New York Oval yesterday, the Indiana Flooring eleven of New York City defeated the strong Bethlehem Steel eleven in an American League game by 2 goals to 1. It was one of the hardest battles of the season.

Both sides gave a brilliant account of themselves in the first half, but neither scored. The second half was no sooner under way than the New Yorkers swept down the field, scoring a goal. The visitors evened the score fifteen minutes later but soon after lost the services of Robert Terris, their left halfback, who was injured in the first half. Notwithstanding the loss of Terris, it was not until ten minutes before the finish that they yielded the winning tally.

The Indiana team has still to lose a game, being tied with Fall River for the league lead, with a total of 10 points. The national champions, however, have been defeated once.

Indiana 2 -- Bethlehem 1
Renzulli -- G -- Highfield
Levin -- RFB -- Young
Ferrier -- LFB -- Ferguson
Shaw -- RHB -- McFarland
Terris -- CHB -- McGregor
Reid -- LHB -- Terris
Duggan -- OR -- Forrest
Schylander -- IR -- Granger
Carlson -- CF -- Stark
Harris -- IL -- Maxwell
Sundberg -- OL -- Goldie
Referee -- A. Hart, Quincy, Mass. Linesmen -- N. Turner and H. Bleich. Goals - -Carlson, Duggan, Indiana Flooring Company; Stark, Bethlehem Steel. Time -- Halves of 45 minutes.

At New Bedford on Saturday the Bethlehem Steel won 3 goals to one.

Bethlehem Steel Soccer Club