Because a foreigner might well mistake the football stadium for the fortress or temple of U. S. education, the editors of The New Student, intercollegiate clip-sheet, published a symposium on the stadium's significance.

The editors asked of excitable Henrik Willem Van Loon, whilom college professor. Said he : "It is really quite useless, my writing upon this subject. Whenever I open my mouth and say something about football, the answering chorus is, 'Oh well, but how could we expect a poor foreigner to under stand our...

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