I think that it would depend on a few things…namely the amount of volume, if you’re training to failure, other activities (conditioning et cetera…). However, I did think about it for a little while, and here’s what I came up with (what I would do if I was in your shoes):
Squats 4to6 sets, 4 to 8 reps, Barbell Row 3 to 5 sets, as above with reps, Dips as per Barbell Row
Clean and Jerk, 4 to 6 sets of 3, working up to your max weight for 3, Chin-ups 3 to 5 sets of 4 to 8 reps, Front Squat 4 to 6 sets of 1 to 3 reps (at about 80% to 85% 1RM...not too fatiguing)
Deadlifts 4 to 6 sets of 3 to 6 reps, Push Press 4 to 6 sets of 3 to 6 reps, working up over 2 to 3 sets to your max weight for 3, Dips 3 to 5 sets of 6 to 10 reps
This should work pretty well, my only concern would be the recovery of your lower back musculature, but if you're not training to failure, you should be okay. If you find that your lower back is sore, you may want to switch the front squats to Friday (and alternate between back squats and deads on the monday workouts). This would mean doing only clean and jerks and chins on wednesday, so you could probably get away with a bit more volume. I hope that helps...let me know what you think.
PS...I think you would add some serious functional mass on this program...i.e. you'd be one strong mo'fo by the end!