I found "The Last Chalk Line - the Life & Times of Jack Chevigny" to be a fabulous book. But, I am astounded that the book appeared to get little or no sales support relative to the ND fan base. While I know virtually nothing about the publishing business, I am still surprised that this epic story (covering social and sports history, and including riveting WWII stories) gained so little traction. I think, of all of Rockne's players, Chevigny's story was one of the most compelling. Why isn't more known?
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