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Harold T. Bers
Harold T. Bers

New York Times, Saturday, April 25, 1959

Author: Harold T. Bers
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.97, Missing: { J X }, Scrabble score: 321 (avg 1.70)
Open Squares: 71, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 6
Harold T. Bers has 138 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1959, The New York TimesNo. 3,571
Across Down
1. Imaginary being. : ELF
4. Fare bearers. : CABS
8. Overwhelm. : SWAMP
13. French friend. : AMIE
14. Wings: Bot. : ALAE
15. Maureen Stapleton TV role. : PILAR
16. American playwright. : ELMERRICE
18. The four hundred. : ELITE
19. N. H. resort town. : RYEBEACH
20. Senior. : ELDEST
21. Subjugate. : ENSLAVE
22. Stocking material. : NYLON
23. Christian ___, from 4 B. C. : ERA
24. That: Fr. : QUE
25. Goren 4-pointers. : ACES
28. Tasseled cap. : FEZ
31. Followed. : ENSUED
33. Rushed: Slang. : TORE
34. Wallace's middle name. : AGARD
36. Level of equality. : PAR
37. Fop in "Hamlet." : OSRIC
38. Nutmeg product. : MACE
39. Abscond. : DECAMP
41. Obstacle for Olmedo. : NET
42. BPOE. : ELKS
43. Long-haired ox. : YAK
44. Suitable. : APT
46. German composer. : WEBER
48. Pondered. : BROODED
52. Lustrous fabric. : MOHAIR
54. Cause of mildew. : MOISTURE
55. Watchful. : ALERT
56. Heap of grain. : BARLEYMOW
57. Respond. : REACT
58. Nervous. : EDGY
59. Desk items. : PADS
60. Workshop item. : LATHE
61. Ten and: Suffix. : TEEN
62. Nationality suffix. : ESE
1. Welsh actor Williams. : EMLYN
2. Citrus fruits. : LIMES
3. Lacking in force. : FEEBLE
4. Trailer, in England. : CARAVAN
5. Mirror girl. : ALICE
6. German organist and composer. : BACH
7. Go to theatre. : SEE
8. Witch's work. : SPELL
9. Youthful fling. : WILDOATS
10. Sidney Howard drama. : ALIENCORN
11. Table décor. : MATS
12. Ready: Fr. : PRET
13. ___ perennius (more lasting than bronze): Lat. : AERE
17. Brought up. : REARED
20. Watched. : EYED
22. Daughter-in-law: Span. : NUERA
24. Bird's cry. : QUACK
26. Where Perry "met the enemy." : ERIE
27. Cult. : SECT
28. Eminence. : FAME
29. Equal: Fr. : EGAL
30. One-time Dodger great. : ZACKWHEAT
32. Blade of grass. : SPEAR
35. Fact-finding. : RESEARCH
37. Run against. : OPPOSE
39. Cleaner's companion. : DYER
40. Miss or Mrs. Miller. : MARILYN
45. Revert ___ (go back to one's outgrown ideas). : TOTYPE
47. Polite German word. : BITTE
48. Noted monologist. : BORGE
49. He turned out some 300 books. : DUMAS
50. War away. : ERODE
51. Early morning phenomena. : DEWS
52. Special soil. : MARL
53. Olive family. : OLEA
54. Invented. : MADE
56. Track venture. : BET

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 3 debuted here and reused later, 4 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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