Jack Jones

[journalist] John E. Jones, Jr. (June 14, 1924 – May 12, 2011), better known as Jack Jones, was an American journalist. He was part of a Los Angeles Times team whose coverage of the August 1965 Watts Riots and its aftermath won the 1966 Pulitzer Prize in the Local General or Spot News Reporting category. ==Biography== John E. Jones, Jr. w...
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Jack Jones

[rugby] John `Jack` `Bedwellty` Jones (25 January 1890 — death unknown) born in Bedwellty, was a Welsh rugby union and professional rugby league footballer of the 1910s, playing representative level rugby union (RU) for Wales, and at club level for Abertillery RFC, as a Prop, i.e. number 1 or 3, and playing club level rugby league (RL) fo...
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Jack Jones

Jack Jones is London Cockney rhyming slang for alone.
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Jack Jones

Jack Jones is London Cockney rhyming slang for alone.
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Jack Jones

[footballer born 1869] John Leonard `Jack` Jones (1869 – 24 November 1931) was a Welsh professional footballer and cricketer. He played football for Bootle, Stockton, Grimsby Town, Sheffield United, Tottenham Hotspur, Watford and Worcester City. Jones also plyed cricket for Stockton Cricket Club and Sheffield United Cricket Club. Born in ...
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Jack Jones

[rugby player] Pontypool RFC John `Jack` Phillips Jones (3 March 1886 – 19 March 1951) was a Welsh international centre who played club rugby for Pontypool Rugby Club and Newport Rugby Football Club. He won 14 caps for Wales and was known as The Prince of Centres. ==Rugby career== John `Jack` Phillip Jones was born in Pontymoile, Pontypoo...
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Jack Jones

[Australian rules footballer] Jack Jones (born 7 November 1924) is a former Australian rules footballer in the Victorian Football League (VFL), who played for the Essendon Football Club. ==Early life== Born in Ascot Vale, a suburb deep in the Bomber heartland, he was the second youngest of six children. He saw his first game at Windy Hill i...
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Jack Jones

[reporter] Jack Jones (1950–1991), born John Wesley Claver Jones, was an American television journalist. He was a native of Philadelphia and the first African-American news anchor in the Philadelphia market. He first joined WCAU-TV fresh out of high school as a copy editor. While both continuing his education and working for channel 10 he...
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Jack Jones

[trade unionist] James Larkin Jones, CH, MBE (29 March 1913 – 21 April 2009), known as Jack Jones, was a British trade union leader and General Secretary of the Transport and General Workers` Union. ==Early life== Jones was born in Garston, Liverpool, Lancashire. He was named after the Liverpool born Irish trade unionist James Larkin. He ...
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Jack Jones

[singer] ==Musical career== ===The early years and Capitol Records=== John Allan Jones, the only son of actors Allan Jones and Irene Hervey, was born in Los Angeles on the night his father recorded his signature song Donkey Serenade, causing him to say that he was `practically born in a trunk`. The young Jones attended University High Schoo...
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Jack Jones

[novelist] Jack Jones CBE (24 November 1884 – 7 May 1970) was a Welsh miner, Trade Union Official, politician novelist and playwright. ==Background== Jack Jones was born in 1884 at Tai-Harri-Blawdd in Merthyr Tydfil, the eldest son of David Jones a coal miner and his wife and Sarah Ann. He was educated at St David’s Elementary School, M...
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