The Globe -- Bethlehem
Thursday, October 28, 1926
Champions to Play Boston Saturday Followed by Sparta Tilt on Election Day

Two soccer games of international aspect, together with two league games, is the schedule of the Bethlehem soccer team starting in Newark next Tuesday. Announcement was made today that negotiations had been completed for an invasion of Canada and more than likely the negotiations that are pending for a game with Sparta, a championship touring team, in Newark, N. J., next Tuesday (election day) will be closed today.

To Play Ulster

On November 8 the Bethlehem team will meet the Ulster United booters, champions of the dominion. The day is observed as Canadian Thanksgiving Day and the game was arranged as one of the leading holiday attractions for the Dominion. The game will be played in Toronto. George "Whitey" McDonald and George Forrest, both members of the Bethlehem team, played with the Canadian champions before coming to Bethlehem. Their inclusion in the Bethlehem lineup assures that the Canadians will welcome the National champions.

With the Sparta game next Tuesday practically certain, there will be but a few days intervening before Bethlehem goes to bat in its next game. On Saturday Nov. 16, the club will be at Pawtucket to meet Coats and return to Newark for a Sunday game. Immediately after the game in Newark the Bethlehem players will embark for Canada to meet United Ulster.

Bethlehem Steel Soccer Club