Entry in progress—B.P.
26 August 1962, Baytown (TX) Sun, “Picayune Palaver” by Blue Beathard, pg. 8, col. 2:
Some wise person (No, not me.) once said: “College is a fountain of knowledge where students gather to drink.”
4 November 1966, Alton (IL) Evening Telegraph, “Cy Says...,” pg. B-6, col. 4:
Too many young men start out thinking college is a fountain of knowledge where students gather to drink.
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By John Peers and Gordon Bennett
Garden City, NY: Doubleday
Van Roy’s Laws:
(1) College is a fountain of knowledge where students come to drink.
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By Paul Dickson
Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley Pub. Co.
College is a fountain of knowledge where students have come to drink. — Sol G. Brotman, Baltimore, Md.
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College is a fountain of knowledge where some students come to drink, some to sip, but most come just to gargle.
As students return to campus, remember, college is a fountain of knowledge and students are there to drink.
3:41 AM - 11 Apr 2013