The Globe -- Bethlehem
Monday, December 8, 1919

The Robins Dry Dock team beat the New York F. C. soccer team at Brooklyn by 5 goals to 4 in the third round American Cup competition yesterday afternoon. The Robins took the lead soon after the start through a fine shot by Shanholtz. Hands against Robertson in the penalty area enabled Kelly to equalize. The Dockers attacked in great style, Millar and Garside increasing their lead, to which Hunsicker and Bleich responded for New York and made the scores level at half-time. After the interval both teams went at their work hard. The Robins obtained the lead once more through Ratican, and again Edwards evened up the score. Garside put on the wining goal for the Robins with a rasping shot which beat Parker all the way.

The Morse Dry Dock team beat the Interborough Rapid Transit eleven by 4 goals to 1 at New York yesterday in a National League game. The game was only a few minutes old when Lynch broke clean through and opened the scoring for the Dockers.

At Clark's athletic field yesterday the Erie F. C. beat the Malta F. C. 10 to 2 in the third round of the American Cup competition. Ingram opened the scoring for Erie five minutes from the kickoff and he was quickly followed by Koelsch and Neilson, to which Durkin responded for Malta. After half-time Erie ran riot and put on seven goals.

Bethlehem Steel Soccer Club