April 27, 1915
The directors of Liverpool F.C. have generously agreed to send a strong team to Dingle Park on Thursday (six o’clock) to play a match with the South combination team with a view of assisting the club in their financial worries consequent during the season.
Liverpool have greatly assisted the South End club each year since it took over the African Royal Club, and whenever help has been asked in the way of a match it has been responded to forthwith.
(Liverpool Echo: April 27, 1915)