All God's chillun need conflict and particularly those who write books. Authors should be for and against things or bear lively and colorful grudges. Mr. Unitas' struggle is solely against mediocrity and he appears to be winning with laughable ease in every respect. He is a great quarterback of the Baltimore Colts Football team-- a bright, nice human being-- and a loving and devoted husband and father. These qualities are made clear on almost every page of this bland but interesting book. And the effect is achieved without immodesty. There is a wealth of solid inside-the-huddle information on football that should delight and enlighten the true fan, but it's mostly Mr. U. You will admire him and would like to have him as a friend or as a camp counselor for your growing son.