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Harold T. Bers
Harold T. Bers

FORESTRY

New York Times, Sunday, February 1, 1959

Author: Harold T. Bers
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 146, Blocks: 68, Avg Word Len: 5.11, Missing: { J Q X }, Scrabble score: 586 (avg 1.57)
Open Squares: 112, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 5, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 21
Harold T. Bers has 138 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1959, The New York TimesNo. 3,488
Across Down
1. Wallace's men. : SCOTS
6. Crewmen. : OARS
10. Offbeat systems. : ISMS
14. Shut up. : MEWED
19. Avenue, in Germany. : ALLEE
20. Authentic. : TRUE
21. Upolu port. : APIA
22. Unattached. : ALONE
23. Household storage space. : CEDARCHEST
25. Character in "You Can't Take it With You." : MRSYCAMORE
27. Bowl sound. : RAH
28. Fiery English maestro. : BEECHAM
30. Others: Span. : OTROS
31. A DiMaggio. : DOM
32. Comedian Blore. : ERIC
34. Open cart. : DRAY
35. Charm. : AMULET
37. Crystallizes. : GELS
38. Invernesses. : CAPES
40. Jabber. : PRATE
41. Loch in Perthshire. : EARN
43. Gertrude Stein's alter ego. : TOKLAS
45. Wisconsin farm. : DAIRY
47. Having pendants. : TASSELED
51. Bikini, for one. : ATOLL
52. The movies. : HOLLYWOOD
54. Irritate: Colloq. : PEEVE
55. Molucca island. : CERAM
56. Gen. Wingate. : ORDE
57. Voodoo. : OBEAM
59. Figure of indeterminate sides. : NGON
60. Foster-brother of King Arthur. : KAY
61. Slugger Mathews. : EDDIE
63. Roman Helios. : SOL
64. Vitiates. : DEBASES
66. Rialto sign. : SRO
67. Fleets. : ARMADAS
70. Musical syllables. : FAS
71. Former name of a Duchess. : SIMPSON
75. Unruly tresses. : MOP
76. Irascible. : TESTY
78. Mr. Mack. : TED
81. Ancient. : HOAR
82. A pair. : MATES
84. Good: Ital. : BENE
85. Métier. : TRADE
87. Mountain range, in geology. : ALPID
89. Popular golf resort. : PINEHURST
91. Lank. : RANGY
92. Philadelphia thoroughfare sign. : WALNUTST
94. Detached. : LOOSE
95. Marsh plants. : SEDGES
96. "Rome of Hungary." : EGER
97. Arthur Miller's salesman. : WILLY
99. Smuggle. : STEAL
100. Elmy campus. : YALE
102. Nitrogenous compounds. : AZINES
104. Ginkgo tree habitat. : ASIA
106. Siesta. : REST
109. Being: Suffix. : URE
110. Small fish. : SMELT
111. Shreds. : TATTERS
114. "Sunny" song. : WHO
115. The makings of jelly. : CRABAPPLES
118. Historic symbol of colonial days. : CHARTEROAK
120. Boulevard oases. : CAFES
121. Study (over). : PORE
122. Gardener. : HOER
123. Mrs. Arrowsmith. : LEORA
124. Nincompoops. : ASSES
125. Admits. : OWNS
126. She: Span. : ELLA
127. Addicted to crazes. : FADDY
1. ___ Coeur. : SACRE
2. Deforest. : CLEAR
3. Andrew Jackson. : OLDHICKORY
4. Darjeeling. : TEA
5. Native of Nis. : SERB
6. The rest. : OTHERS
7. Source of betel nuts. : ARECA
8. Abounding in cattails. : RUSHY
9. Silk: Ital. : SETA
10. "I think, therefore ___." : IAM
11. Have buds. : SPROUT
12. Symbol from Druid days. : MISTLETOE
13. Author Joel ___. : SAYRE
14. Dutch river. : MAAS
15. New England trade-mark. : ELM
16. Piratic appendages. : WOODENLEGS
17. Sign up. : ENROL
18. A Taylor. : DEEMS
24. Transfers: Law. : CEDES
26. Shelters. : COTES
29. Shakespearean "indeed!" : MARRY
33. Lily. : CALLA
36. L. A. suburb. : MAYWOOD
37. ___ grass. : GREENAS
39. Pilgrims. : PALMERS
40. Good supply. : PILE
42. Poplar: Poet. : ASP
43. Nail. : TACK
44. Great Barrier Island, N. Z. : OTEA
45. Genoese admiral. : DORIA
46. City functionaries. : ALDERMEN
48. Storm god of Babylonia. : ADAD
49. Bacchic cry. : EVOE
50. Scout groups. : DENS
52. Mason's trough. : HOD
53. Makers of religious offerings. : OBLATERS
58. Weight: Colloq. : MEFT
62. Judgment. : DOOM
63. Tree's life blood. : SAP
65. Laurel. : BAYTREE
66. Trap. : SPRINGE
68. Metz' river. : MOSELLE
69. Logic : SENSE
71. Noted Fabian. : SHAW
72. Kansas town. : IOLA
73. Toronto in the NHL. : MAPLELEAFS
74. Fabric surfaces. : NAPS
77. Bridge term. : SET
78. Summer mecca for music. : TANGLEWOOD
79. Slight lead. : EDGE
80. Algerian governors. : DEYS
83. G & S refrain. : TITWILLOW
84. Anchored float. : BUOY
86. Invention of the 1930's. : RADAR
88. Expected. : DUE
90. English composer. : HOLST
93. Type of steamer. : TRAMP
95. Genesis. : START
98. Hold in port. : INTERN
99. Craggy ridge. : SIERRA
100. The Joshua tree is one. : YUCCA
101. Robespierre's home town. : ARRAS
103. Fourth Marx brother. : ZEPPO
104. City in Mass. : ATHOL
105. Mme. de ___. : STAEL
107. Sliver of pottery. : SHARD
108. Wine. : TOKAY
110. Be impudent. : SASS
112. Symptom. : ACHE
113. Individual. : SELF
116. Leaf cutter or mason. : BEE
117. French possessive. : SES
119. Contemporary cartoonist. : REA

Answer summary: 11 unique to this puzzle, 10 debuted here and reused later, 5 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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