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... Harry Graham (22 November 1870 – 7 February 1911) was an Australian cricket player ... A native of Melbourne, Graham scored a century on debut in 1893 at Lord's, and scored 107 in his first Test on home soil, in Sydney ... Graham was also a leading Australian rules footballer, playing for Melbourne Football Club, firstly in the Victorian Football Association (VFA), where he was runner-up in the goal ...
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Though loss of honour was a wrench,
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—Harry Graham (18741936)
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—John Cheever (19121982)