The Globe -- Bethlehem
Thursday, December 4, 1919

Bethlehem Steel soccer team will finish training today for the opening game of the National League with Paterson F. C., at Bethlehem Steel field on Saturday, and they will be in condition to give the Silk Sox the game of their life. The players who were injured have all recovered and they will have no excuse to offer if they are defeated.

James Campbell, captain of the Bethlehem team, was one of the successful applicants for citizenship at the recent examination recently held in Easton.

On Saturday, Bethlehem expects to present the halfback line that made such a hit on the recent Scandinavian tour.

Tintle, the Paterson goalkeeper, gave a great display in goal for Bethlehem in the game against the crack Gotenburg team, Orgyreta. The Steel Workers will find that any shots that get past him will be of the unsaveable order.

Bethlehem Steel Soccer Club