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Wolfgang Mieder, Stewart A. Kingsbury, Kelsie B. Harder - 1992 - 710 pages
|Windy boys live stormy lives. Rec. dist.: Colo. 35. You can lead a boy to college, |
but you can't make him think. Rec. dist.: Miss., N.Y., Oreg. 36. You can take a boy
out of the country, but you can't take the country out of the boy. Vars.: (a) You can
|You can lead a boy through college, but you can't make him think. Nevertheless, |
it is the function of a college to develop the art of thinking—to train the mind rather
than to provide information. So if any of you are hazy about the facts of a ...
|You can lead a horse to water, but you can not make him drink; You can send a |
fool to college, but you can not make him think; You may keep your daughter
strumming from morn till afternoon, But you can't make Jjer a player if she has' n't
any tune. You can never make a farmer of a boy who loves the sea, Though you
may make him plough and plant and whoa and haw and gee. It 's no use to
swear and ...
|Every good habit the boy can form he will need either in the ordinary duties or the |
unanticipated emergencies of life. It is mental habit that ... Mr. Dooley says : "You
can lead a boy to college, but you can't make him think." Yet his intelligent and ...
|You can lead a boy to college, but you con't make him think. Persistence usually |
wins out. Just keep everlastingly after those slow pays. It's the sort of faith that
enables man to eat hash that's needed these days. Too many men turn down ...
|Collections are a debt every man owes his business. It is the job well done that |
costs the least in the long run. You can lead a boy to college, but you con't make
him think. Persistence usually wins out. Just keep everlastingly after those slow ...
|You are like my soul, a butterfly of dream. –Pablo Neruda You are master of the |
unspoken word...speak it & become its slave. ... cannot fool all of the people all of
the time. –Lincoln You can lead a boy to college, but you cannot make him think ...
|1936 You can send a boy to college but you can't make him think. (p. 475) 1936 |
You can lead a horse to water, if you've got the horse. (p. 488) The Complete
Poems of Carl Sandburg, rev. ed. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1970.
|Folklore from the Old-Time College to the Modern Mega-University Simon J. |
Bronner. clerk inquires. “Hey, I got ... “You can lead a boy to college, but you can't
make him think” and “See what he learned with his degree?” are traditional
|The economics of Communism was developed in England, but that we pass over |
for want of time. Communism destroys human ... Another cautioned, “You can
lead a boy to college, but you cannot make him think.” Despite these extreme ...