The clip frank joing charlie at hearing from Scent of a Woman (1992) with James Rebhorn, Al Pacino
A school among whose graduates
two have sat behind the desk in the Oval O�ce, in the White House.
Baird men have run State Departments and investment houses,
founded department stores and coached football teams.
Our alumni receive their bulletins in ashrams in India
and in palaces in Jordan.
We are, in fact, known around the world
as the cradle of this country's leadership.
A beacon in the... What are you doing here?
Got room for me up there, Charlie?
But today we are bleeding from disrespect.
Yeah, I guess so.
Blatant disrespect. Give us a hand.
A disrespect for our values,
and a disrespect for our standards.
A disrespect for the Baird tradition.
And, as the custodians of that tradition,
we are here today to protect each other
from those who threaten it.
Who is this, Mr. Simms?
This is Mr. Frank Slade,
Lieutenant Colonel, United States Army, retired.
I'm here in place of Charlie's parents.
In loco parentis.
They could not make the trip from Oregon today.
And what is your relationship to Mr. Simms?
Is this a courtroom?
Closest thing we could manage to it.
Then if we're taking oaths, there's a few people I'd like to swear in.