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    1946-49 Ralph McGehee Notre Dame Fighting Irish Football Sweater. Former Notre Dame football star and three-time National Champion Ralph McGehee was "no dumb jock." After his prolific collegiate gridiron career with the Fighting Irish, he graduated cum laude in Business Administration and landed a career with the CIA. Offered here is the renowned Notre Dame alum's original monogram sweater that he wore as a student at the famed University. Displaying the proper "W.O.W.O. Sand Knit" and "[size] 48" tags in the neckline, the all-important chainlinked "R. McGehee" embroidered swatch is positioned in the interior, while an attractive "ND" letterman's style patch is on the left chest. A gorgeous sweater, this is the perfect piece for any Notre Dame collector with an eye for the aesthetic and unusual. LOA from Heritage Auctions.

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    May, 2012
    3rd-5th Thursday-Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 5
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