People: Tourist in Gaiters

The Archbishop of Canterbury had the time of his life in a whirlwind one-month, 10,000-mile U.S.-Canada tour, on which he visited the White House, got honorary degrees from Columbia, Princeton and the University of Pennsylvania, estimated that his public utterances had averaged 1.95 per diem. Archiepiscopal purpose: to get acquainted with the clergy of the Anglican Communion in Canada and the U.S. Canada and the U.S. also got to know something of the long-jawed, gaitered Primate. In Philadelphia, a news photographer caught him getting into his canonicals (see cut); the London Sunday Dispatch...

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