Doonesbury by Garry Trudeau for July 09, 1986
Higgins: ...And over there are debate records fromt eh Scottish parliament before it was disolved in 1707. Remember, keep your refrences obscure! Dr. Will thinks our culutre is in a shameful state. So avoid quoting the moderns, stick with arcane tory philosophers or their contemporaries. Shakespeare is dependable, but only quote the early folios. The hapsburgs are fine, as are past presidents of Princeton and, of course, professional baseball players. Tripler: Baseball players? Higgins: Dr. Will's link to the common man. But keep them short.