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ONE MORE DAY OF
REVIVAL AIM. E.
CHURCH IN EASTPORTj
Tomorrow ’night lhe blind evang
elist will hold his last service at the
Kastport Methodist Church. His sub
ject will Le “The Last Invitation."
Tis text last night was “For all
have sinned and coiue short of the
glory of God."
Mr. Magonlgal said: "This ts a
groat statement If I should ask path
one in this nudience to give 2 me a
detinition of sinner every one
w.ould nuiuKout m murderer or a
thief or a law breaker or some other
of the vilest of sinners The Apos
tle l'aul said that everyone is a sin
ner and he was right. Everyone
hasn't murdered or stole auy large
moonlit of money or anything vile
like that, but they have sinned. Not
otic can look in the face of God and
say ‘Not Guilty.*
"If a man says to God. ‘Oh God
how I love You.’ and in his heart
he despises and hates his neighhot
he is a liar. The Bible says we can
not servo two masters. We love one
and hate the other. There is no med
ium between God and satan.
(["here are two classes of people
he world today. The sinner and
sinner saved by the Grace of God
se who have been saved would not
lange anything for the peace and
e of their Christian lives. Men
simple lives because they want
to.
"Home is the most sacred place on
earth and there is no place more In
fringed upon than the home. It is
the staying away from home at eve
ning and other times that is ruining
the coming generations. Sin is no
respector of persons. Babies are all
torn pure aud Innocent. It Is the
training tlioy get that leads them t j
the right or wrong.
‘‘Sinful life also Is life of division
You read in the papers every day of
a divorce caae or a runaway girl or
a broken home and other such things.
It is also life of the division.
"Brothers, I plead in lehalf of the
boys and girls. Are you go!ug to
let sin have its way and send your
children to everlasting' punishment,
or are-you going to fight rlh and save
your soul and that of your children
and the children yet to come."
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THREE SHIFTS
IN LINEUP OF
NAVY GRIDDERS
<raailau*4 From Pm I.)
been placed and there will be ac
| enmmodationa for about 1C.600. A
much larger numler wishes to see
the game as-indicated by requests for
tickets. These have been exhausted.
McWhorter Another Star
ATLANTA. GA.. Oct. 19.—The bril-j
1 lant showing of "Pup” McWhorter.
I 175-pound halfback, against Univer
sity of Alabama Saturday on Grant
Field in his first varsity start, has
caused Atlantans to freely predict
Tech will make its greatest shoVring
..on an Eastern gridiron Saturday
against the Nary in Annapolis.
The Tech backtield had been with-j
.' iut a "Ming" until McWhorter broke
loose Saturday wlih the most sense- j
■ ioiidl game—besides Barron's— tin' I
• nas been seen on Grant Field since
• Buck Flowers passed oved the four-;
II year. limit.
I McWhorter’s punts averaged over
15 yards; his passes were the most
iccurate ever displayed by a Tech
i iakfield man. and his running was
Itltle short of the sensational. Time |
1 ifter time he ripped through the hea- |
, /ier A4ahaina talkies for gains, .of j
,’rom 5 to 20 yards. He and Jimmy |
Brewster will alternate at left half.
. while Capt. Red Barron, the greatest
j backfleld man in the South, will play
the other.
, The showing of McWhorter was the)
j principal cause of Tech's great vic
, -ory over the best team Alabama has
, had ill yeardtf tliEt had scored
nearly 200 in Hie flrt two
, games. • . t
Connell, a big tackle, also made his
, lebut as a varsity player Saturday.
His work was more remindful of Bill
. Fincher. Tech's all-Aiueriean lineman
’ in 1020, than any player the Jackets
I have shown since, tie is a protege of
, Fincher, who ts helping coach the
f Tech line.
The work of Coijiiell and the bril
liant work of Jolnj Staton and Wal
f ter .Mitchell ou ends promises the
. Jackets their strongest line in two
years. They will be ready to meet
tlie* heavier Navy forwards with a
, speed and ability that will be quite
, , disconcerting, just hank on that.
Tech In no game this year has
used its first-string lineup. Coach
Alexander will put his best team on
| the Held Saturday against the Navy.
He has six tackles, four ends.* four
, guards and three centers of known
iiud tried ability. The Navy will have
lo hit harrier than any team Tech ever
faced to dent this veritable avalanche
of players.
SL John’s H* Crippled List
Coach Hoban is having his trou
bles with his charges at St. John's,
but hopes to meet them in such a
i way that a strong team will be pre
sented against George Washington on
Saturday.
Following the departure from col
lege of Companion, who was substi
tuting for Finehurg at center, and
Carroll, a quarterback. Cronmiller.
also a center, has been put out of
the game for the season by an in
jury to his knee, and Lutz, another
line substitute, has stopped playing.
Kirkpatrick, captain and star back,
lias boon confined to his bed with a
bad cold, but is up today, and may
start Saturday, and Norris has a bad
leg and may not play this week.
Tlie situation at center will prob
ably be met by moving Perry in from
tackle and putting Bob Brown in his
THE EVENING CAPITAL, ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10. 1022
American History j I
DAY BY DAY
By t. P. finia
OCTOBER It x
Columbus discovered the
Island of Isabella, on October
19, 1492.
First General Court in Am
. erica held at Boston, on Oc
tober 19. 1630. ~
Roger Williams banished
from Massachnetta, on Octob
er 19, 1635. ' r r * gji
Lord Cornwallis <4
ed to Washington at; York
town. virtually ending the
RevolutionaryvWaf, on OcEob
( er 19. 1781.
Gen. Butler ordered
zens of New Orleans to tak< I
oath of allegiance to the Fed
eral Government, on Octobe*
19. 1862.
U. S. Marines landed at
Haiti to preserve order, on
October 19, 1914.
j place. Fineburg will not be in shape
i to play Saturday, but it is hoped that
jhe will Le able to oppose Mount St.
i Mary's the following weelc.
CRUEL HAZING
N ROBINSON'S
CASE, REPORT
Ij] (Cant lined V>m Vac* l.l't
ntuod tuat lie was severely siitft&ted
ito the physical exercises known as the
"Sixteenth.” McGregor, it is under
stood. has been a patient at the naval
hospital here some time during the
summer, having been operated upon
for rupture. It ia said that the haz
ing developed further physical
trouble. At any rate he was about on
crutches to appear as a witness before
the court.
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bone dry prohibition ruling of Attor
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ed today by officials of the prohibi
tion unit and taken under advisement
by Secretary Mellon, who. is expect
ed to confer -with other members of
the cabinet before be puts the .-new
order Into effect.
The point said.to have gived great
est difficulty ia' Naming the latest
draft relates to the oiresence of liq J
uor on foreign ships within .American
Territorial wafer's. It. was indicated
that somy exceptions wore proposed
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vessels bdt that it tajgkt b necessary
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the law Itself, if any concessions are
to Le made in the interests of vessels
desiring to carry wines for rationing
to their own crew?.
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FIRi: BREAKS WT IN
HOLD OF COLONIAL LINK
• STEAMER; PASSENGERS SJAFF.
IHr Tk AM*l(t*4 tr***.
rROVIDENCR. It. 1., Oct. 19.-One
hundred and sixteen passengers were)
j taken off the Colonial Line steamer
Concord early today by the freighter I
Mohegan while a tire r. - ,
| cargo hold of the p ass
! The tire wc controlled
n-om the Mohegan help, . r “' D
rord’a crew fight the ,i al , . U '"‘
-hour. The tranoter ol p„ " r * n
j effected with the Teasel, r ,**
j shore and the wind hi V . \ fr '’™
an hour. "' ~in f

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