The Daily Telegraph magazine - 14 December 1973 Good condition for age - yellowing to page edges
PEDAL INTO THE SKY - Seventy years ago this week the Wright Brothers took to the air behind a bellowing engine. Following in their flight path, breathing heavily, are the pioneers of man-powered flight, still competing for a £50,000 prize 2¾ pages
JACK BAILEY AND PAUL GRACE - Today, the remotest lands are just a jet-lag's jump away: travel is an exercise in speed. But in Buckinghamshire two men are getting ready to saddle their cobs for a three-year jog round the world. Is an almost forgotten means of travel being rediscovered? 1¾ pages
SKIING ON A SHOESTRING - The Austrian ski team has 85 members and an entourage of 38. The British team has five members and one trainer. The difference is a lot of money. Is this what the British lack in their training and for their chances of success? 4 pages
AS THE SUN SETS - A short story by Constantine Fitzgibbon 3½ pages
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