The Daily Telegraph magazine - 7 July 1972 Good condition for age - yellowing to page edges
WHAT IS BRITAIN'S STATUS IN WORLD SPORT? - Britain will do well to finish in the first six at this year's Olympic Games in Munich. The problem is not lack of talent but lack of money and our yearning for amateurism in a professional world. It is difficult to give lists of the leading countries in each sport - the positions are always changing as new events are held - but David Miller suggests Britain's standing 5 pages
YOUNG WRITER OF THE YEAR: CHARLES NICHOLL - This year's winner of our Young Writer of the Year Award is a young man very much of the Seventies. A Cambridge graduate, he works here and there, at this and that. Tom Hopkinson met him when he was a theatre usher. He has ambitions but no plans 1½ pages
THE UPS AND DOWNS - The Winning Entry, by Charles Nicholl 1½ pages
BATHTIME FOR BERNICE - A short story by Christopher Neve 1 page
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