The Globe -- Bethlehem
Tuesday, November 16, 1920
Soccer Notes

Bethlehem Steel's soccer team will play Paterson F. C. at Bethlehem Steel Field on Saturday in a National League game. Paterson will be at full strength for the game, and the Steel Workers will have a hard contest on hand. There will be several changes in the Bethlehem lineup from the team that was defeated by the Eries in the National Cup and it is hoped that a combination will be found that will be able to maintain the Bethlehem reputation for first class soccer.

Saturday's gamed will be the first the Steel Workers have taken part in on their home grounds since October 3, and a big crowd of fans should be on hand for the game.

The result of the Lehigh vs. Lafayette game will be announced to the spectators at the Paterson vs. Bethlehem Steel game.

Bethlehem and New York F. C. are tied for first place in the race for the National League pennant, but the Steel Workers are likely to forge ahead in the near future as most of the remaining games on their schedule will be played on Steel Field and no team has ever won a victory over Bethlehem on that ground.

Tommy Fleming, Bethlehem's popular outside left, has once more turned to racing pigeons as a hobby. A few years ago Tommy had the best fliers in this district.

Herbert Bennett, the former Bethlehem forward will leave New York on Friday, Nov. 19, on the Imperator for his home in England.

Bethlehem Steel Soccer Club