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Harold T. Bers
Harold T. Bers

New York Times, Friday, October 30, 1953

Author: Harold T. Bers
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 32, Avg Word Len: 5.22, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 286 (avg 1.48)
Open Squares: 87, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 10
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© 1953, The New York TimesNo. 1,594
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1. Fooyungs. : OMELETS
8. Brilliant greenish-yellow. : SEAFOAM
15. Royal paraphernalia. : REGALIA
16. Dishonorable. : IGNOBLE
17. Ingredient of zabaglione. : EGGYOLK
18. White House spring event. : EGGROLL
19. Girl's nickname. : BAB
20. Ingredient of marmalade. : PEEL
22. Tilted. : HEELED
23. Repeatedly. : EVER
25. Affirm. : AVER
27. The incumbents. : INS
28. Special talents. : FLAIRS
30. Key ingredient of beer. : YEAST
32. Price schedule. : RATES
33. Kind of car. : USED
34. Pause-filling noise. : AHEM
38. Level off. : EVEN
39. They can be finger, ginger or cold. : SNAPS
40. Fix over. : REDO
41. Work for a wage. : EARN
42. Ten, king or safety. : PINS
43. "Jalousie," for instance. : TANGO
44. Not chronic. : ACUTE
46. Small compass. : BOWPEN
47. Question asked when registering. : AGE
50. Where the Blue Mountains are: Abbr. : OREG
51. Dies ___ (Judgment Day): Latin. : IRAE
52. Region of Spain, on the Mediterranean. : ARAGON
54. Visitor: German. : GAST
56. ___-Magnon. : CRO
59. Cole Porter movie. : ROSALIE
61. Cowardly: G. I. slang. : CHICKEN
63. Brooks Atkinson evening. : OPENING
64. Part of TNT. : TOLUENE
65. Something for a rainy day. : NESTEGG
66. Man with a ticket. : SPEEDER
1. Biblical name. : OREB
2. Great: Prefix. : MEGA
3. Helicopter. : EGGBEATER
4. Short poem. : LAY
5. Cartoonists' couple on a ladder. : ELOPERS
6. Masonic doormen. : TILERS
7. Beverage made from rice. : SAKE
8. German pronoun. : SIE
9. Intellectual liberals. : EGGHEADS
10. Infuriates. : ANGERS
11. Optimistic cry of a duffer. : FORE
12. Old Greek coins. : OBOLI
13. He's giving TV another try. : ALLEN
14. Canasta spreads. : MELDS
21. What a "turkey" does on Broadway. : LAYSANEGG
24. Raab's bailiwick. : VIENNA
26. Barkley and Nixon. : VEEPS
28. This side of the Iron Curtain. : FREE
29. Eruption debris. : LAVA
31. Island immortalized by U. S. Marines. : TARAWA
33. Act in concert. : UNITE
35. What most comic-strip husbands are. : HENPECKED
36. On ___ (irritable). : EDGE
37. First target of spaceships. : MOON
39. Scorning to accept. : SPURNING
43. Twisted. : TORTILE
45. Kin of a peon. : COOLIE
46. Fulton J. Sheen. : BISHOP
47. Character in "The Green Pastures." : AARON
48. Move when the fuse blows. : GROPE
49. Slackens, as controls. : EASES
53. Thomas Wolfe's Eugene. : GANT
55. Book of New Testament. : ACTS
57. M. Pleven. : RENE
58. Something unique. : ONER
60. Prime product of Iowa. : EGG
62. Signal to begin. : CUE

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 7 debuted here and reused later, 3 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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