The Globe -- Bethlehem
Wednesday, November 11, 1925
A Swing Along Athletic Row

Rolling Up Big Scores
The Newark F. C. and Philadelphia F. C., both tail end clubs in the American Soccer League, have been victims of overwhelming defeats this season. It would seem that the stronger clubs take keen delight in boosting their scoring averages at the expense of these weaker clubs. Usually it has been the custom of the stronger clubs to ease up after a well established lead is attained and let it go at that. An opinion voiced during the game involving the Newark F. C. in Bethlehem last Saturday, is well founded. This individual expressed the believe that if these clubs were snowed under by big margins the management would take cognizance and make a greater effort in strengthening the clubs. Perhaps that is why the clubs are out to score all they can against the cellar teams.

Bethlehem Steel Soccer Club