Sport: Down Underers

U. S. cricket enthusiasts last week got their first chance to see in action a 23-year-old Australian with a wide grin and protruding ears who is indisputably the greatest cricket batsman in the world. He, George Donald Bradman, with the other members of an Australian team that has been touring Canada, arrived in Manhattan to play three matches against teams of West Indians and one on the grounds of the Staten Island Cricket Club. Fatigued by the Canadian tour, in which his team won 14 out of 17 matches, and bothered by...

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