The 1957 Homecoming Law Skits, University of Florida John Marshall Bar Association (2 pages)

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The 1957 Homecoming Law Skits, University of Florida John Marshall Bar Association (2 pages)
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THE JOHN MARSHALL BAR ASSOCIATION

--- p r e s e n t s ---

"THE 1957 HOMECOMING LAW SKITS"

10:15 a.m., October 19, 1957.
Lex Field


J.M.B.A. OFFICERS:
Gene Rimes, President
John Crider, Vice President
John Pattillo, Secretary-Treasurer

HOMECOMING SKITS:
Angus Andrews, Chairman
Principal Authors:
Tom Byrd, J. Lewis Hall, Jr.,
Bill Dunn and Angus Andrews
(Our appreciation to numerous
others who contributed to the
writing and editing)

ARRANGEMENTS COMMITTEE
Lou Conway, Chairman
Shep Lesser, Don Boiling, Jack
Champlin, Toby Brigham, John
Crider, Sandy Jones, Bob
Kimbrough, Jerry Smith, John
Lovering & Jim Richardson.


1. MUSIC -- Claude Murphree

2. MASTER OF CEREMONIES -- TOM BYRD

3. A FEW WORDS -- Dean Henry A. Fenn

4. FEWER WORDS -- Gene Rimes

5. THE ROVING REPORTER AT LAW SCHOOL HOMECOMING --
In order of appearance: Tom Byrd, Angus Andrews,
Oliver Ball, Charles McAliley, Wesley Davis, Ed
Clery, Pat Klein, Norman Davis, Clarence Johnson,
Frank Arpala, Ben Field, Leonard Fleet, Don
Boiling, Bob Hutchinson, John Crider, Wilmer Mitchell,
Ken Leffler, W. J. Winburn, Bill Davis, Tom McAliley,
Joe Well and Hal Davis.

6. INTRODUCTION OF BARBLISTERS --
Ed Clery, Jack Champlin, Jonnie Hutchinson & Ed Johnson

7. PANTOMINE ACT -- "RICK AND RETCH" --
Dick Siefferman and Dick Daniels

8. "CONVENTION CAPERS" -- Sigma Nu Fraternity

9. SONGS -- The Barblisters

10. "YOU ARE HAD" -- Max Wells, Lou Frost, Walt Snell,
Jack Gaillard, Porter Peadon & Shep Lesser.


OUR SINCEREST APPRECIATION TO:
Miss Edith Jennings, Secretary to Dean Fenn, who assumed the momentous task of
typing all scripts and cutting stencils for programs.
Professor R. B. Stephens, Law Faculty, who contributed many hours in aiding this
year's Committee.
Lou Kapner of the "Florida Players" who provided the materials and administered the
makeup for the entire cast.
The "Varsity Grill" for preparing the coffee served during the "Button Hole" coffee
hour.
The LAW DAMES for serving the coffee and doughnuts.









THE BARBL I STERS


1. (TUNE: MY MERRY OLDSMOBILE)

Come away with me, J. Wayne -- we'll go strolling down the lane.
We will leave our car behind -- 'cause our sticker's the wrong kind.
We won't drink with faculty -- there'll be less fraternity.
We will walk, walk, walk about sixty blocks -- while the cars all rot away.


2. (TUNE: OVER THERE)

Over there, over there, send your car to the lot over there.
For J. Wayne is coming, the new plan's humming.
The boys are thumbing everywhere.
So prepare, say a prayer
For the lot we ain't got It ain't there.
We're not disabled, we've Just been tabled.
You can take your stickers and stick 'em you know where.
(We don't care).


3, THE BARBLISTER'S THEME SONG (TUNE: WHIFFENPOOF)

'Round the table, in the Vars'ty
Where the profs all love to dwell,
Swiggin' gallons of that stuff you know so well.
Apple polishers assembled,
With their glasses raised on high;
The old A for admiration casts its spell.
Now that A for admiration
Is a magic thing to sell,
And our sages of the Law all think its swell.
So we'll put aside our ladies
And concentrate on profs,
And the casebooks and reports can go to hell.

CHORUS: We are poor little lambs being led astray;
Blah Blah Blah.
We get stuck with this faculty guff all day;
Blah Blah Blah.
Great legal theorists off on a spree,
First Tweedle-dum and then Tweedle-dee;
This is what leads to an LL.B.
Blah Blah Blah.


4. (TUNE: I'VE GOT A LOVELY BUNCH OF COCONUTS)

We've got a lively bunch of Candidates.
See them there, all sitting In a row.
Big ones, small ones -- some gray on the head.
See them smile, but all the while
They're full of schemes, instead.

Oh, we've got a lively bunch of candidates.
Ready to fight for issues of some note.
Yes, there sit the men who fight with tongue and pen
Singing, roll-a-boll-a-boll-a Dollar a Vote.

Refrain: Singing, roll ---------

Yes, we've got a lively bunch of candidates.
They're the pride of Florida, so we're told.
They speak of greater things,
Of what Prosperity brings
If we'll only roll-a-boll-and give 'em our vote.


Refrain: Singing, roll -------