April 24, 1933 - Akron Beach Journal

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April 24, 1933 - Akron Beach Journal - 1 Ew-ing, St. Louis Captures U. S. Soccer...
1 Ew-ing, St. Louis Captures U. S. Soccer Honors NEW YORK, April 24. (AP) The national soccer championship, a title held by eastern elevens for the last 10 years, was won Sunday by a western team when the powerful Stix Baer and Fuller combination of St. L;uis defeated the New York Americans for the second successive successive time. The score was 2 to 1. With their attack directed by the gray-thatched gray-thatched gray-thatched captain, Alec McNab, the Missourians. champions of the Western division, scored early in the first period and then put over the winning goal with only seven minutes minutes to play in the final session. The lineup: N. Y. Americans (li at. Louis (2) p OS, Sh""ler soal La Bar?e ?'ov" "1 Lehman Moorehouse Id Nolan "cnd"n rh McPherson """S h watson f''1""'!"' In Bohlman S"1"""" or McNab ""J"1" Gonsalves n,iel cem" NlUen O,8""1 Roe M1i"; ol McLean Referee-Pat Referee-Pat Referee-Pat Howley: Lines E. J, Don-ahey Don-ahey Don-ahey and William Murray. Time of halves 45 minutes. Scorln? summary Plrst period. 1. McLean McLean iBrhlmanl, It minutes; a, Michaels, 29 minutes. Second period 3, Nllsen, 38 minutes. 8 G J H

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  1. The Akron Beacon Journal,
  2. 24 Apr 1933, Mon,
  3. Page 18

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