M.J. Grove

A Frederick High School 1923 standout in four sports, M. J. Grove made Phi Beta Kappa at Yale University while competing in track and playing varsity baseball three years, averaging .385 in 1929. Grove won a Rhodes scholarship to Oxford University and played on the 1930 Oxford lacrosse team which won the Flannery Cup, symbolic of the International Championship. After serving as a Navy lieutenant commander during World War II, he went on to serve the University of Texas as an investment specialist until his retirement. He was true example of a scholar athlete.