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I was afraid of the horselaugh that gang would give me because I had taken my stand for Jesus Christ. "I walked down to the old ball grounds. I will never forget it. I slipped my key into the wicket gate and the first man to meet me after I got inside was Mike Kelly. "Up came Mike Kelly; he said, 'Bill, I'm proud of you! ' Up came Anson, the best ball player that ever played the game; Pfeffer, Clarkson, Flint, Jimmy McCormick, Bums, Williamson and Dalrymple. There wasn't a fellow in that gang who knocked; every fellow had a word of encouragement for me.
The blood streamed out of his nose, mouth and eyes. Down the street came a wealthy woman. ' and his wife came up and kissed him. "She called two policemen and a cab and started with him to her boarding house. They broke all speed regulations. ' She told them to tell him what they had told her. ' ''They telephoned me and I came. He said, 'There's nothing in the life of years ago I care for now. I can hear the bleachers cheer when I make a hit that wins the game. ' and waved him to the club house, and the great gladiator of the diamond was no more.
His Slides Were Adventures Beloved of the “Fans" Sunday was a man's man, and so continues to this day. His tabernacle audiences resemble baseball crowds in the proportion of men present, more nearly than any other meetings of a religious nature that are regularly being held. Sunday spent five years on the old Chicago team, mostly playing right or center field. He was the first man in the history of baseball to circle the bases in fourteen seconds. He could run a hundred yards from a standing start in ten seconds flat.
"Billy" Sunday, the man and his message, with his own words which have won thousands for Christ by William T. Ellis