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Harold T. Bers
Harold T. Bers

New York Times, Saturday, September 23, 1950

Author: Harold T. Bers
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 35, Avg Word Len: 5.14, Missing: { J K Q W X Y }, Scrabble score: 272 (avg 1.43)
Open Squares: 88, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 6, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 20
Harold T. Bers has 138 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1950, The New York TimesNo. 461
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1. Spanish painter, "Guernica" in Museum of Modern Art. : PICASSO
8. Octogenarian French master, now designing a chapel. : MATISSE
15. Maurice ___, famed for his paintings of Montmartre. : UTRILLO
16. Fifth and Sixth. : AVENUES
17. Dainty restaurant. : TEAROOM
18. Depicts, as in painting. : RENDERS
19. Restaurant check. : TAB
20. Machines used to make corn confections. : POPPERS
22. Female saint: Abbr. : STE
23. Redid a canvas. : REPAINTED
25. Keep a collection. : SAVE
28. Embrace. : HUG
29. Charity. : ALMS
33. Extensor muscle at back of upper arm. : TRICEPS
36. Consume too much food. : OVEREAT
39. French Impressionist leader: "Bathers" (1841–1919). : RENOIR
40. Manufacturing city near Hamburg. : ALTONA
41. Cuts sharply. : INCISES
43. Simpler. : PLAINER
44. Bucket. : PAIL
45. Color. : HUE
47. Fishing requisites. : NETS
48. European-born cartoonist, in vogue in U. S. : STEINBERG
53. Wild sheep. : SHA
56. Make honorable. : ENNOBLE
57. Wager. : BET
60. Painter, friend of Zola (1839–1906). : CEZANNE
62. American painter whose grandson is Pulitzer Prize novelist. : LAFARGE
64. Adjoiner. : ABUTTER
65. Periodic, as certain winds. : ETESIAN
66. Collars worn about the shoulders. : BERTHAS
67. Dweller in the Garden of Eden. : SERPENT
1. The last stroke in golf. : PUTT
2. Virginia willow. : ITEA
3. Crustacean. : CRAB
4. Melody. : AIR
5. Ski site. : SLOPE
6. Boat with single mast. : SLOOP
7. Toots on the tuba: Slang. : OOMPAHS
8. A Napoleon victory, 1800. : MARENGO
9. Turn aside. : AVERT
10. Stretched tight. : TENSE
11. India: Poet. : IND
12. Goes to court. : SUES
13. Spanish muralist, decorated Waldorf room. : SERT
14. To be: Latin. : ESSE
21. More; somewhat: Ital. : PIU
23. Shrinks back. : RECOILS
24. Scurrying. : DARTING
25. Comic ___. : STRIP
26. Style of theatric presentation on round stage. : ARENA
27. Leonardo da ___. : VINCI
30. Sierra ___, West Africa. : LEONE
31. French impressionist, "Olympia." : MANET
32. Asterisks. : STARS
34. Ice: Ger. : EIS
35. Before: Prefix. : PRE
37. Valenciennes lace: Colloq. : VAL
38. High note. : ELA
42. Minnows. : SHINERS
43. Small stones. : PEBBLES
46. One: Italian. : UNO
49. Ordinal number. : TENTH
50. Nine: Comb. form. : ENNEA
51. Exalt. : ELATE
52. Allude. : REFER
53. Healing crust over a scratch. : SCAB
54. Goddess of youth. : HEBE
55. Côte d'___, part of the Riviera. : AZUR
57. French cheese. : BRIE
58. Maurice Francis ___, author and diplomat. : EGAN
59. The Big Top. : TENT
61. Attorney: Abbr. : ATT
63. Viper. : ASP

Answer summary: 20 debuted here and reused later, 1 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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