People: May 10, 1963

It looked more like cowboys-and-Indians, or maybe whoop-it-up day at the rodeo. But there in U.S.-style blue jeans was Princess Anne, 12, all set to watch Daddy play in a polo tournament at Windsor. By contrast, Queen Elizabeth, 37, scorning matched mother-and-daughter garb, looked uncommonly chic, as crisply turned out as any young matron of the Virginia horsy set. Both appeared less concerned with fashion than with Prince Philip's chances. No problem, though. His team won a smashing victory.

Revolution-minded, some 40 faithful set out from the Soviet embassy in Washington to visit Early American...

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