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TitleDon Bradman scores many "boundaries" in speech at welcoming luncheon.
SourceDon Bradman scrapbooks, vol. 48, 1948, p. 104-105.
SummaryA newspaper article, source unknown, on the luncheon given by the London District of the Institute of Journalists for the Australian cricket team during their 1948 Tour of England. The article describes the speech made by Bradman at the luncheon and highlights his ability as a accomplished speaker. It also mentions that C.B. Fry was present, and briefly describes the speech given by Oliver Lyttelton. The cartoon by Giles commenting on Bradman's retirement is included in the article.
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