Pittsburgh Post
April 12, 1920

NEW YORK, April 11 - In a National League game played today at Ulmer park, Brooklyn, the Bethlehem Steel soccer team drew with the strengthened Morse Dry Dock eleven, no goals being scored. Tommy Fleming, who was badly missed in last Sunday's big cup tie against the Robins Dry Dock made a welcome appearance for the steel workers. Play opened at a fast clip, both goal keepers being soon called upon. Sterling attacks by the forwards were held in check by the halves, Campbell shining brilliantly. Forrest broke through, but Lindsay charged down his shot. Morse's new men, Reid, McLoughlin and Galloway each gave a fine show of football, but were always prevented from getting too dangerous. The ball traveled up and down the field like lightening, but the defense of each team was splendid, a rousing game ending in a goalless tie. The lineup:

Bethlehem F. C. - Morse D. D.
Duncan - G -- Whalen
Collier - R. F. B. -- Lindsey
Ferguson - L. F. B. -- Page
Murray - R. H. B. -- McPherson
Campbell - C. H. B. -- Bustard
Pepper - L. H. B. -- Parker
McKelvey - O. R. -- Kershaw
Sturch - I. R. -- Reid
Corrigan - C. F. -- Rorke
Forrest - I. L. -- McLoughlin
Fleming - O. L. -- Galloway
Referee - W. Gray. Linesmen - W. Allen (Morse); J. Easton, (Bethlehem). Time of halves - 45 minutes.

Bethlehem Steel Soccer Club