History[ edit ] While crosswords became popular in the early s, it was not until that The New York Times which initially regarded crosswords as frivolous, calling them "a primitive form of mental exercise" began running a crossword in its Sunday edition. The motivating impulse for the Times to finally run the puzzle which took over 20 years even though its publisher, Arthur Hays Sulzberger , was a longtime crossword fan appears to have been the bombing of Pearl Harbor ; in a memo dated December 18, , an editor conceded that the puzzle deserved space in the paper, considering what was happening elsewhere in the world and that readers might need something to occupy themselves during blackouts. That first daily puzzle was published without an author line, and to this day the identity of the author of the first weekday Times crossword remains unknown. Margaret Farrar from the puzzle's inception until ; Will Weng , former head of the Times's metropolitan copy desk, until ; Eugene T.
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Everyone makes fun of its status obsession. It has been mocked endlessly for its Ivy-infatuated elitism. David Brooks, in Bobos in Paradise , described the upper-crust values that saturate the Vows section: When you look at the Times weddings page, you can almost feel the force of the mingling SAT scores. In fact, this can even be proven mathematically.