The Chicago Bears and Sid Luckman are practically synonymous in the minds of pro-football fans. For ten years they have been champions, and during this period, Luckman has been quarterback and one of the truly great of all times. This is his story, from early days of playing at Erasmus, Flatbush, through college football at Columbia, where he took some terrific physical beatings and learned the art of losing gracefully. The main story -- with some personal highlights- concerns his years with the Bears,- the teams, the players, the opponents, the outstanding plays and games. A good story, with enough sentiment and enough of the spirit to win to give it punch. He doesn't give away any secrets of the famous T formation of the Bears- but he takes his reader along his way.