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Paul Harvey's The Rest of the Story Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 19-23 Summary

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Chapters 19-23 Summary

Harvey points out the irony in a favorite sport in Chapter 19, "the Name of the Game." Harvey explains that soccer and rugby evolved from a game called Danish Skull Kicking in England. One day a rugby player cheated, picking up the ball and running with it. His antics make people start thinking: maybe carrying the ball would add some interest to rugby. The first time that the game became more than a kicking sport, it became known as "foot"ball.

Chapter 20 is called "Futility." Author Morgan Robertson wrote a book called "Futility" about an unsinkable ocean liner called the Titan. It had other similarities to the Titanic in the novel. The Titan struck an iceberg, just like the Titanic. Both ships were not stocked with enough life boats and both sank in the same place on an April night.The Titan was 800 feet long while...

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