The Press: News on Sunday

With the third edition of London's Sunday Telegraph safely tucked into bed, its bone-weary parent and editor in chief climbed into his secondhand Morris station wagon at 1 a.m. and headed for his Buckinghamshire country estate. Behind the Hon. William Michael Berry, 50, second son of the first Viscount Camrose, stretched 20 weeks of late Saturday nights —and the special satisfaction of having succeeded when his competitors were smugly certain that he would fail. In less than five months, the Sunday Telegraph, London's first new Sunday paper in 42 years,* has clearly established its capacity to survive in an overcrowded field.

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