The Globe -- Bethlehem
Wednesday, November 24, 1920
Soccer Notes

Bethlehem Steel soccer team will leave the Lehigh Valley station tonight at 6:29 p.m. for Quincy, Mass., where they will play the Fore River F. C. an exhibition game for the benefit of the widow of a former Fore River player who died from injuries received in a soccer game in the Boston district.

On Saturday next the Steel Workers will play Fall River Rovers F. C. in an exhibition game at Fall River.

The following players will make the trip: Duncan, Collier, Ferguson, Murray, Campbell, Morrison, Wilson, Forrest, Brittan, Easton, Bethune, and Fleming.

The National League game between Babcock & Wilcox F. C. and Bethlehem Steel F. C. is scheduled for Sunday, November 28, has been postponed at the request of the Steel Workers, who will have two hard games on November 25 and 27 in the Boston district.

The next important game that the Steel Workers will take part in will be the second round American Cup game against J. & J. Dobson F. C. at Philadelphia, December 4. This game will be anything but an easy task for Bethlehem, and they will have to be at their best to reach the third round. Philadelphia soccerites received a great surprise when the Dobson outfit eliminated Disston after three games in the National Cup, and they are now boosting Dobson to take the measure of the former champions.

The clash tomorrow between the Fore River F. C. and Bethlehem Steel will be looked upon in Quincy as deciding the championship of the Bethlehem Steel Corporation, and the local team can be prepared to meet a team that will be out to win with as much determination as if the game were a National Cup contest. It is therefore up to the Bethlehem boys to land that "family" game.

Bethlehem Steel Soccer Club