The Globe -- Bethlehem
Monday, November 29, 1920
A Swing Along Athletic Row

Soccer Official Will Quit
An announcement comes from St. Louis stating that Thomas W. Cahill, secretary of the United States Football Association since its organization, will resign at the end of this season. While on a visit in that city he explained that his present position would interfere with several plans he has, one of which is to organize a national soccer league. Mr. Cahill is well known in this city and is a close and personal friend of the magnates who control the Bethlehem Steel soccer team. The trips abroad were arranged by Mr. Cahill and when Bethlehem invaded Sweden, Mr. Cahill was in charge of the invasion. His long years associated with the sport and as head of soccer activities in this country have made him thoroughly familiar with the conditions and his new venture, it is believed, is based on the extensive grown of the game in American in the last several years.

Bethlehem Steel Soccer Club