The Globe -- Bethlehem
February 10, 1927
A Swing Along Athletic Row

The Enterprising Agar
Nat Agar, the man behind the gun for the Brooklyn soccer team, is quite enterprising in his promotion of the dribbling sport. Victories mean plenty to the dapper Brooklyn manager, but color to his outfit to attract a gate is another chief essential in his promotion of soccer in Brooklyn Didn't Nat get the jump on a flock of other managers when he snared a bulk of the Hakoah talent shortly after their successful American tour? Latest reports have it that Franz Sedlacek, the premier center forward of Czecho-Slovakia, joined the Wanderers this week. Sedlacek was the highest paid soccer player in Czecho-Slovakia and the securing of his services by the Wanderers was the result of several months of negotiation. Sedlacek is really a Hungarian, although he has been playing in Czecho-Slovakia for many years. His native country has honored him on several occasions by recalling him to appear in their colors in international games. He will make his debut in an exhibition game against Bethlehem in Brooklyn Saturday afternoon.

Bethlehem Steel Soccer Club