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Sunday, Billy ( William Ashley) (1862–1935) US Presbyterian revivalist. After three years in professional baseball, he became a famous preacher at huge evangelical meetings across the country. He preached against the consumption of alcohol, gaining a reputation as a temperance leader.
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