In the 1920s, Americans had gone nuts for college football, and a stadium race was under way. When Fielding Yost sought to build a larger stadium to replace Ferry Field, he did not have the support of two people in particular: Neil Staebler, editor of The Chimes, and sociologist Robert Cooley Angell. 
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