Owen, Stephen

Owen, (Stephen Joseph) “Stout Steve”

(1898–1964) football player, coach; born in Cleo Springs, Okla. An all-pro tackle in the 1920s, he coached the New York Giants (1931–53) to eight division titles and two National Football League championships.
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Much loved wife of Bob and a loving mum to Peter, Jonathan and Janice and grandma to Daniel, Thomas, Owen, Stephen, Joseph, Catherine, Emily and Sarah.
Alex Downs of Ysgol Maes Owen, Stephen Minter of Ysgol Craig y Don and Williams Hill and Jack Gilbert of Ysgol Pendorlan making eco friendly products at the schools eco-conference in Llandudno's Venue Cymru Picture: ROBERT PARRY JONES rj020110eco-5
Previous bosses Graeme Souness, Glenn Roeder and Sam Allardyce have all been dealt major blows in the past with Michael Owen, Stephen Carr and Steven Taylor all picking up injuries while representing their countries.
From left) Shaun Pye as Greg, Gordon Ramsay, George Michael, Ashley Jensen as Maggie, David Tennant, Ricky Gervais as Andy Millman, Clive Owen, Stephen Merchant as Darren Lamb and Shaun Williamson.
Helen Mirren, Maggie Smith (above), Kelly Macdonald, Michael Gambon, Clive Owen, Stephen Fry, Kristin Scott Thomas and Jeremy Northam are among the very familiar-looking cast.
SIR - My tips to face France would be Gareth Thomas (capt), Adam Jones, Shane Williams, Mefin Davies, Kevin Morgan, Gethin Jenkins, Tom Shanklin; Brent Cockbain, Gavin Henson, Michael Owen, Stephen Jones, Martyn Williams, Dwayne Peel, Jonathan Thomas and Ryan Jones.
But Emre (hamstring) and Scott Parker (dead leg) are doubtful with five more players - Michael Owen, Stephen Carr, Lee Bowyer, Steve Harper and Craig Moore - already sidelined.
Our 2005 British Lions team, which also includes Welshmen Michael Owen, Stephen Jones and Shane Williams, will play 11 games while they are out in New Zealand, including three much-awaited Tests against the Kiwis.
STAR Starring: Clive Owen, Stephen Dillane, Keira Knightley, Hugh Dancy, Ioan GruffuddDirected by: Antoine FuquaProduced by: Jerry BruckheimerSexed up, tricked out and totally ready to party, King Arthur enters the summer fray with consummate new-world vulgarity.
James Pease, Karl Hopper, Scott Moody, Greg Owen, Stephen Lynch, Paul Moran and Chris Bailey and Mark Cavallin will wear the GB jersey for the first time when they face hosts Hungary, Slovenia and Ukraine in the three-day tournament in Szekesfehervar.
16 under - Fredrik Jacobson (Swe), Greg Owen, Stephen Leaney (Aus)
From left (back) Paul Hewitt, Robert Hughes, Tony Lumb, Stuart Roberts, Ian Morgan, Mark Earl, Craig Roberts, Simon Jones, Dave Owen, Stephen Williams, Dave Evans and Dave Lewis.