The Daily Telegraph magazine - Aspects Of British Life cover (16 February 1973)
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RUSTLING MEN ACROSS THE BORDER - "Wetback" is more than just another piece of American slang to bewilder us in TV serials. "Wetbacks" are illegal Mexican immigrants; they are so called because, somewhere, somehow, they have cross the Rio Grande Two and a quarter page feature
ST GEORGE'S HILL, THE NEAREST POINT TO HEAVEN - The crown of showbiz success now seems to be a house on St George's Hill, Weybridge. Yet 70 years ago this was just a patch of scrub and heath. What has made it an earthly paradise? Who are its denizens? Brian Lehane - Dante on a bicycle - set out to find out Four and a half pages
BOXING BOW BELLS AND BRITISH BEER - Some of our British institutions are world-famous. But not everyone sees them the way we do. Robert Baker, a New York design and marketing consultant, was invited to Britain to create a collection of his boxed collages on some of our institutions: the Guards, cricket, pubs, Eton, Cockneys, hunting and the King's Road. Here we show six of Baker's "miniature museums" with his explanation of why he chose the things he did. In addition, Auberon Waugh comments on each subject 6 pages
THE EIGHT MINUTES THAT WON A PRIZE - Today we announce the winners of The Daily Telegraph Magazine Home Movies Competition, held in conjunction with Kodak. First prize goes to John McCrae, a Renfrewshire postman, whose film Flight of the Albatross was the outstanding entry 3 pages
BALLET WITHOUT SWANS - The New Group, a touring offshoot of the Royal Ballet, is finding the provinces responsive to experimental ideas and to modern choreography 2 pages