Setting: High School classroom during a meeting for winter sports.
COACH CHAMP: All of you players need to know that at any time we can require you to give us a urine sample.
JACK: No way! That is an invasion of our privacy.
COACH WINNER: The United States Supreme Court says we can do it and we will.
JILL: Why are you doing this?
COACH CHAMP: To test for drug use among the athletes.
JACK: I didn't think we had a drug problem in this school.
COACH WINNER: We don't, but we are going to test so we can keep drugs out.
JILL: I don't think the United States Supreme Court allows you to do that.
COACH CHAMP: The school lawyers, Joanie Cochran and Mark Clark, say we can legally do this.
JACK: Those two got their law degrees by correspondence courses.
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