A poet, a movie critic, and a journalist will be the judges for this year's Dana Reed Prize for undergraduate writing at Harvard College.
They are: Adrienne Rich (Mrs. Alfred Conrad), author of three volumes of poetry; Brendan Gill, movie critic for the New Yorker; and Theodore H. White, the author of "The Making of the President," which received a Pulitzer Prize in 1962.
The Dana Reed Prize is given annually for distinguished writing by an undergraduate in a Harvard College publication. The Prize was established by the Board of the 1943 Class Album in memory of Lieut. Dana Reed '43. It includes a $100 award.