The Daily Telegraph magazine - Bryan Montgomery cover (23 June 1972)
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Good condition for age - yellowing to page edges OLD PUBS ARE SACRED - Architect Roderick Gradidge specialises in restoring pubs without losing their subtle qualities of pubness Two and a half pages
IS THERE SUPREME INTELLECT UNDER THE SEA? - Experiments suggest that cetaceans (whales and dolphins) are second in intelligence only to man and may even be superior in certain ways - and yet we know less about the great whales than we do about any other marine mammal. What is more, our opportunities of finding out are diminishing all the time, as the whales face extinction in their war with man. If the whales are exterminated, then will man be the loser? Four and a half pages
MAURITS ESCHER - Three and a half pages
WHERE ANGELS LOVE TO TREAD - Behind most theatrical productions are "angels", ordinary people with money invested in the show. Anyone can play this glamorous version of the investment game - but what can you expect in return for your cash? Four and a quarter pages