Copenhagen was shaken from its usual Sunday period of quietude Apl 3, when students from the city's University paraded noisily through the streets in a procession of some of the oldest cars in Denmark.
SV People looking at old car.
CU Drawing on car.
SCU Man in top hat starting engine of old car.
CU Tiller jumping up and down.
CU Car head lamp jumping up and down (date on car 1902).
LV People round old car.
LV Students carrying banners precede procession of old cars.
CU PAN..Old car past camera.
SCU TOWARDS..Another ditto.
LV Students try to collect money from passing tram.
LV Students try to collect money from motorists.
SV PAN..Students collect money from spectators pan to G/V procession
MANY OF THE OLD CARS WAS FOR SALE TO HELP FOR REFUGEES
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Background: Copenhagen was shaken from its usual Sunday period of quietude Apl 3, when students from the city's University paraded noisily through the streets in a procession of some of the oldest cars in Denmark. For a week they will continue to drive around collecting money for World Refugee Year funds.
Other Copenhagen students will drive through the city suburbs selling horse-manure for the gardens. If they cannot sell the four car-loads of manure, they intend to sell the cars.
Challenged to a money-raising contest by students of Lund University, Sweden, the Copenhagen students intend to beat the 109,000 Swedish kroner so far gathered by their 'opponents'.
Lund University students began their campaign with a tie-auction, for which famous personalities were invited to donate cherished neck-wear.