You can throw a silver dollar down
upon the ground
And it will roll because it's round . . . As a silver dollar goes from hand to
hand A woman goes from man to man.*
To U.S. fraternity men who have gathered around battered uprights to sing these words in beery self-pity, the news from Britain would bring its own nostalgia. Last week, 34 years after U.S. Songwriter Jack ("Pops") Palmer had turned out his hard-boiled little ditty, Silver Dollar had rolled right out of the keg-party class to the top of the British hit parade.
One evening last summer, British Disc Jockey Christopher Rowland,...