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He pārongo atu anōMassey University Student 'Procesh' - Hello Mr Traffic Officer

The annual Student procession or 'Procesh' was held at midday on the Monday of 'Capping Week' and was a highlight of 'Town and Gown' relations between Massey University and the City. Sometimes courting controversy with its 'student humour', the parade usually consisted of floats, clowns and trick cyclists. It attracted large crowds, stopping traffic along Broadway and around the Square and usually ended with a ceremonial ducking in the Butterfly pond after speeches by students representing 'Lord and Lady Massey' and the Mayor.

The Evening Standard reported that a "...traffic officer on point duty attracted them [students] like bees to a honey-pot and motorists were slightly confused when they received about 24 different signals to where and when to move." This student, in dress and fabulous wig, holds a sign reading "We want the Ward Wage".

Keith Roland Hamblyn was a photographer with the Palmerston North Hospital Board for many years. In a private capacity, he documented a wide variety of public events between 1958 and the early 1970s.

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Massey University Student 'Procesh' - Hello Mr Traffic Officer
Massey University Student 'Procesh' - Float for University revue 'Ben Hurcules'
Massey University Student 'Procesh' - Massey takes over the Dominion
Massey University Student 'Procesh' - Not sponsored by Rothmans
Massey University Student 'Procesh' - 'Massey's Innocent Pub Tribunal'
Massey University Student 'Procesh' - 'Beer Builds Bonny Bums'
Massey University Student 'Procesh' - 'Society for the Prevention of Experimental Animals'
Massey University Student 'Procesh' - Maths float
Massey University Student 'Procesh' - 'Gone Fishing'
Massey University Student 'Procesh' - And the band rode on
Massey University Student 'Procesh' - Sailing the Butterfly pond in the Square
Massey University Student 'Procesh' - Japanese Fishing boat

Hanganga

Te kaihanga
Te wāhi
The Square, Palmerston North
Te rā
April 13, 1964

Te manatārua

Pūnaha whakarōpū

Tūtohu Hapori

Tuku kōrero mai mō te whakararu

Ngā rauemi e whai pānga ana

Massey University Student 'Procesh' - Hello Mr Traffic Officer
Massey University Student 'Procesh' - Float for University revue 'Ben Hurcules'
Massey University Student 'Procesh' - Massey takes over the Dominion
Massey University Student 'Procesh' - Not sponsored by Rothmans
Massey University Student 'Procesh' - 'Massey's Innocent Pub Tribunal'
Massey University Student 'Procesh' - 'Beer Builds Bonny Bums'
Massey University Student 'Procesh' - 'Society for the Prevention of Experimental Animals'
Massey University Student 'Procesh' - Maths float
Massey University Student 'Procesh' - 'Gone Fishing'
Massey University Student 'Procesh' - And the band rode on
Massey University Student 'Procesh' - Sailing the Butterfly pond in the Square
Massey University Student 'Procesh' - Japanese Fishing boat

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