Globe-Times -- Bethlehem
Friday, October 25, 1929
A Swing Along Athletic Row

Doing Heavy Duty
The Bethlehem soccer team is quite ambitious in tackling a job few, if any, other club would attempt. Three games in three consecutive days and each against a formidable opponent. However, it is not the glory of victory and a prestige to be obtained thereby that has influenced the arrangement of this schedule but merely a tour of good will expression. Providence, Boston and the Fall River, three outstanding clubs in the once outlawed circuit recently restored to the good graces of the national body are the opponents and the Bethlehem team will invade the bailiwick of each as the peace envoy of the U. S. F. A. Insofar as prestige is concerned, Bethlehem's high rank standing would be serious jeopardized if soccer followers were to take the campaigning of the Steel City booters on this tour as serious. Every possible reserve has been recruited for the jaunt and before leaving it was distinctly understood that not one player would see service in more than two games. All of which means that the crack combination will probably be broken up to add strength in spots to the revamped sides.

Bethlehem Steel Soccer Club