February 2, 1915
Interest in the Liverton games has been at a high pitch, even if the attendances have shown a falling off. Next Saturday the interest will be at boiling point, because our local sides meet at Goodison Park, and a fine earnest game ought to be seen. Liverpool have their usual “score” to avenge – a defeat at Anfield spurring them on; and Everton will seek to prove that their form at Anfield was quite correct. The kick-off has been delayed till 3.30, and consequently the spectator will have much more time than last week after he leaves work.
(Liverpool Echo: February 2, 1915)