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TitleDogged display by Bradman & Jackson : Batsmen writhe in pain
SourceDon Bradman scrapbooks, vol. 7, 1930, p. 151.
SummaryThree newspaper articles and two headlines, source unknown, on the batting of Bradman and Jackson against the bowling of Larwood, whose bowling was causing injuries to the batsmen. One of the articles is headlined "Larwood in role of "killer"", and another is headed "Eyes moistened by tears", referring to the women in the crowd who were moved to tears at the sight of the batsmen in danger of being hit.
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