The Globe -- Bethlehem
November 27, 1922
Bethlehem Steel Eliminates Fairhill in National Tie Game
3 Goals to 0.

Bethlehem Steel soccer team earned the right to continue as National Cup contenders on Saturday when it defeated the Fairhill F. C., of Philadelphia, in the third round by the decisive score of three goals to none. In the first 30 minutes of the game, Fairhill played clever football, but they could not make much headway against the Bethlehem defense, and after the Steel Workers had registered their first goal, there was little doubt as to the final result. McNiven scored the opening goal 25 minutes from the start, when he took advantage of a miskick by the left back. The goalkeeper had no chance with the shot. Shortly before half time McNiven again found the net as the result of clever combination on the line. Goldie took the ball down the left wing and crossed to Faulds. The latter held the ball until McNiven was clear and then passed to the big center forward, who again located the net with a great shot. In the second half Bethlehem had most of the play and it was only a matter of time until they would add to their score. Shots rained in on the Fairhill custodian from all positions but Goldie was the only player to register. Twenty minutes from time Campbell and Goldie got away on a neat pass from Terris and the outside left end the raid with a hard drive from close range.

Fairhill F. C. -- Bethlehem Steel
Lefsbach -- G -- Kerr
Gogel -- RFB -- Young
MacPherson - -LFB -- Ferguson
M[. . .] -- RHB -- Rattray
Scott -- CHB -- Raeside
Hunt -- LHB -- Terris
Smith -- OR -- McFarlane
Fleming -- IR -- Faulds
Buchter - -CF -- McNiven
Whitley -- IL -- Campbell
Doyle -- OL -- Goldie
Goals: McNiven, 2; Goldie. Referee, J. Kerr. Linesmen, Bartleman and McAvoy. Two 45-minute halves.

Bethlehem Steel Soccer Club