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Britain's Prince Charles takes his share of hard knocks, many of them on the polo field. In July a tumble from his pony broke his right arm in two places. That forced the prince to undergo an operation in which a piece of hipbone was grafted to his arm. The prognosis: no more polo. Former palace aides believe that the prince's spirits, already taxed by his continuing struggle to remain relevant to British society, will plummet now that he must give up his favorite pursuit. Says an ex-staffer: "Without polo, an already difficult man may become impossible."


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