In Siobhan Chapman's Paul Grice: Philosopher and Linguist, he cites J.L. Austin's quote "Some like Witters, but Moore's my man". (Though it has been circulating around Chicago's philosophy department for a long time as the superior "Everyone's wild about Witters...".) It occurs on p. 51 of Grice's "Reply to Richards", in Grandy and Warner, eds., Philosophical Grounds of Rationality: Intention, Categories, Ends:
Chapman also points out that the title of the book where the passage occurs is an acrostic that reads P GRICE.
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