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Shrimp Leveson Gower
Sir Henry Dudley Gresham ("Shrimp") Leveson-Gower (pronounced "Loosen Gore") (8 May 1873-1 February 1954) was an English cricketer who played for Oxford University and Surrey as well as England. He captained England in all three of the test matches he played, winning one and losing two against South Africa in 1909/10, with Frederick Fane captaining on the other two test matches of the series. Leveson Gower was knighted for his services to cricket in 1953. He was president of Surrey in 1929.
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