People: Purple Raiment

As Chancellor of Wales University, the Duke of Edinburgh traveled to its college at Swansea, put on a black and gold cap and gown and gave the students a bit of advice for the future. Some of his tips: "There is great wealth of scientific and technical knowledge waiting to be used . . . Forces of prosperity are know-how and the will to work." He ended his speech with the college motto: "Cweddw crefft heb ei dawn" (Technical skill is sterile without inspiration).

Young Prince Charles, 3½, who automatically became the Duke of Cornwall with the accession of his mother Queen...

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