When a football fan thinks of the N.Y. Giants he thinks of Steve Owen, who for 25 years and more played or coached them....

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When a football fan thinks of the N.Y. Giants he thinks of Steve Owen, who for 25 years and more played or coached them. This is his story, from school days in Oklahoma, to his entrance into the professional game, his association with the great and near great professional players and coaches. It is virtually a panoramic history of the growth of professional football, the outstanding players and teams, the famous plays and outstanding games, and the philosophy of Owen's theory of coaching. The appeal is wholly to those who know or would like to know a grand guy and a grand coach like Owen, and to whom professional football is important- as a professional or as a spectacle. Plus sale for high school boys who are eager to master some of the fine points of the game.

Pub Date: Oct. 17, 1952

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Publisher: McKay

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Oct. 1, 1952