Date: Fri, 23 Jan 1998 14:07:41 -0500

From: Larry Horn laurence.horn[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]YALE.EDU

Subject: Re: quote source (re eloquent but inarticulate barking)

Since no one else has posted in response to the question, I'll trot out

what I found in Nexis (which supports one of the three sources I'd have


The Houston Chronicle

February 10, 1995, Friday, 2 STAR Edition

SECTION: HOUSTON; Ann Hodges; Pg. 6

HEADLINE: 2 PBS series expand the mind

BYLINE: ANN HODGES, Houston Chronicle TV Critic; Staff


... both words and

body language. In the end, syntax is us.

""However eloquently your dog may bark, he can't tell you that

his father was poor but honest,'' as Bertrand Russell said.

(no specifics given as to where Russell said it)