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TitleDon Bradman asks me to have a drink.
SourceDon Bradman scrapbooks, vol. 33, 1938, p. 73.
SummaryTwo newspaper articles, source unknown. The first, by L.V.Manning, is on his meeting with Bradman after the Australian cricket team's arrival in England for the 1938 Tour, in which the writer comments on Bradman and his team being more relaxed than on previous Tours. The second article is about Bradman's 'poise and assurance' in his speech given to newspaper writers in London at the start of the 1938 Tour by the Australian cricket team, and makes references to the Australian's being called 'The smiling sixteen'.
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