"A popular rhyme in England runs as follows:
This is the book of Liddell and Scott,
Some of it's good and some of it's not.
That which is good is Scott,
That which is Liddell is not!"
Harry Thurston Peck, History of Classical Philology
Was it really such a popular rhyme? It does not produce a single result in Google these days. Enjoy it for what it's worth.