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TitleYour chance to say thanks to Bradman.
SourceDon Bradman scrapbooks, vol. 48, 1948, p. 255.
SummaryTwo articles, source unknown, on the Bradman Fund, set up by the 'People' newspaper, London. The main article explains that the balance of the Fund after the purchase of the Warwick vase replica, would be used to lay concrete pitches in public parks in Britain so that young cricketers could practice on "true" pitches. These pitches would be named after Bradman. The other brief article is on the presentation of the Warwick vase to Bradman to be held on September 20, 1948.
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