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Robert Lincoln O'Brien '91, editor of the Boston Herald, has been chosen as the third judge of the Harvard examinations in the New York Times, Current Events Prize Contest.
After being graduated from Harvard in 1891, Mr. O'Brien became personal secretary to President Grover Cleveland. He was later the Washington correspondent of the Boston Transcript, and then editor of the Transcript. In 1910 he shifted to the Herald and has since been editor-in-Chief of this paper.
The other judges of the examination, as announced in yesterday's CRIMSON, are Professor A. B. Hart '80, of the History Department, and Professor J. S. P. Tatlock '96, of the English Department. The examination for Harvard students is to be held on April 16, in Widener M.
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