The Globe -- Bethlehem
Monday, November 17, 1919
In First Round National Competition on Saturday at Philadelphia "Champs"

Bethlehem Steel champions annexed their second straight victory since returning home from abroad by defeating the Puritan Young Men's league eleven, of Philadelphia, on the latter's field Saturday afternoon by the one-sided score of 7 goals to 1. The game was a first round in the National Cup competition. Bethlehem will next meet Merchant Ship in the second round of the same competition Thanksgiving Day afternoon on the Harriman, Pa., grounds. The cup holder, including M. Morrison, formerly of Chicago, at right half-back and Harris, a Hamilton, Canada, star, at center forward, showed much of their old-time ability and secured a 2 to 0 lead during the first 45 minutes' play, which ended just as Fleming was about to kick from the corner flag.

Puritan, battling bravely, failed to profit by many chances to score, and it was not until the last half minute that a pass to J. MacKay, the center forward, resulted in a neat individual effort that netted the first score against the champions this season. MacKay secured the ball from a punt by MacMillan, and dribbled a bit approaching goal, and as Duncan ran out of his position MacKay headed the ball over the custodian's head into the net. It was a well-earned goal, and delighted the followers of the local team.

Puritan F. C. -- Bethlehem
Cameron -- G-- Duncan
Parker -- RFB -- Fletcher
Broadley -- LFB -- Ferguson
Dickson -- RHB -- Morrison
Hunt -- CHB -- Campbell
MacMillan -- LHB -- Murray
Monk -- OR -- McKelvey
Currie -- IR -- Pepper
McKay -- CF -- Harris
Jucus -- IL -- Forrest
Kerr - -OL -- Fleming
Score -- Bethlehem 7, Puritan 1. Goals made by McKelvey 2, Fleming, Pepper, Harris 2, Campbell, McKay. Referee -- James Kerr. Linesmen -- J. Young and Robert Morrison. Time of halves -- 45 minutes.

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