Brown, Paul

Brown, Paul (E.)

(1908–91) football coach; born in Norwalk, Ohio. He achieved success at all coaching levels. His Massillon High School teams (1932–40) won state championships, his 1942 Ohio State University team was voted the national crown, and his professional Cleveland Browns (1946–62) won seven league titles. In 1968, he founded the Cincinnati Bengals. Extremely innovative, he brought classroom techniques to coaching, including detailed playbooks, film study, and intelligence tests.
The Cambridge Dictionary of American Biography, by John S. Bowman. Copyright © Cambridge University Press 1995. Reproduced with permission.
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Runners-up, Westerhope: Tony Brown, Paul Stevenson.
The other members of the Fund's portfolio management team are Roger Early, Babak Zenouzi, Damon Andres, Wayne Anglace, Kristen Bartholdson, Adam Brown, Paul Matlack, John McCarthy and Robert Vogel.
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The former Coventry City captain will join the likes of Wes Brown, Paul Rachubka and Dimitar Berbatov at the club, which is based in Kochi.
With the majority of their maiden squad still playing, Paul and Jon are hoping to push very hard for the Division One championship chase this year with one eye also on Liverpool Old Boys League side Mexoc FC - (back row, from left) John Fraser, Phil Brown, Paul Smith, John Faulkner, Stuart Monteith (player-manager) & Neil O'Shea; (front row, from left) Joe Pollard, Ian Frost, James Lee, David George, Dave Johnson, Billy Wood & Jon Williams.
Karl Brown, Paul Horton and Steven Croft do not have the profile of Notts stars Alex Hales, James Taylor and Samit Patel but they are destructive hitters at county level.
They are Paul Brown, Paul Brown Hawaii (ISBN vice president); Philip Gould, Gould's Salons/ Spas (ISBN secretary); Larry Walt, Design 1 Salons/Spas, (ISBN treasurer); Jason Volk, Chatters/Tommy Guns Original Barbershops (immediate past president); Gordon Logan, Sport Clips (ISBN past president); Phil Horvath, Ulta Beauty (ISBN past president); Henry Pelusi, Studio of Elegance/ Philip Pelusi Salons (ISBN Lifetime Achievement Award Honoree); Pat Neville, BeautyFirst; Anthony Florentino, Hello, Gorgeous Salons; Eric Bakken, Regis Corp.; and S.J.
Dave Cowling, later to play for Reading, scored for Town, whose team also included keeper Brian Cox, Malcolm Brown, Paul Jones, Steve Doyle, Brian Stanton, Phil WIlson and Dale Tempest.
Panelists included Texas Supreme Court Chief Justice Nathan Hecht and Justices Jeff Boyd, Jeff Brown, Paul Green, Eva Guzman, Debra Lehrman and Don Willett.
The newcomers won 5-4 as Lee Atkins scored twice and Stephen Brown, Chris Errington and Barry Eddy grabbed the others, Gavin Mellons, Connor Brown, Paul James and Tony King for Blackhill.
With Chris Robshaw, Joe Marler, Danny Care, Mike Brown, Paul Doran-Jones and Yarde, Quins look potent.