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TitleDon Bradman makes a model speech
SourceDon Bradman scrapbooks, vol. 33, 1938, p. 109.
SummaryTwo newspaper articles, one brief, source unknown, on the after-luncheon speech made by Bradman at the Savoy Hotel, London, which is described as a 'model speech'. The brief article mentions that Bradman had been taking speech-making lessons in preparation for his anticipated role as a public speaker.
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