Grey, Clifford (05 January 1887–25 September 1941), librettist, lyricist, and bobsledder, was born Percival Davis in Birmingham, England, the son of George Davis, a whip manufacturer, and Emma Lowe Davis. He was educated at the Camp Hill School for Boys, one of the schools of King Edward the Sixth in Birmingham, winning Latin and English prizes and becoming interested in theatrics....
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Clifford Grey. Second from left, with his Olympic bobsled teammates, Jay OBrien at far left, Edward F. Eagan, second from right, and William Fiske at far right. Courtesy of the Library of Congress.