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OGDEN, ROLLO, an American journalist, born Sand Lake, N. Y., 1856; educated Williams College and Union Theological Seminary and in 1881 was ordained a Presbyterian minister. For two years he was a missionary in Mexico City, then became pastor of the Case Avenue Church, Cleveland, Ohio. In 1887 he began his journalistic work in New York City, becoming editor of the New York “Evening Post” in 1903. In 1920 he left the “Post” to assume the associate editorship of the New York “Times.”