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New York Times, Tuesday, January 13, 1953

Author:
Roberta Morse
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.79, Missing: { B J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 294 (avg 1.57)
Open Squares: 65, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 3, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 10
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Students & seniors
Across
1. Musician Templeton. : ALEC
5. Belgian statesman working for European Federation. : SPAAK
10. Objectives. : AIMS
14. Truman's judgment on the McCarran Act. : VETO
15. Mantle worn by Greek women. : PALLA
16. Footprint or fingerprint. : CLUE
17. One of the Brothers Karamazov. : IVAN
18. Derive from evidence. : INFER
19. Listen! : HIST
20. Misrepresent. : DISTORT
22. Echoes. : REPEATS
24. Item on a driver's license. : AGE
25. Little stove and big volcano. : ETNAS
26. Repudiate. : DISCLAIM
30. Laundry machine. : IRONER
34. Skyline Drive, for instance. : ROUTE
35. First name of 10 Down. : DEAN
37. From the entrance to the apse. : NAVE
38. Japanese name. : ITO
39. Orphan Jane's family. : EYRES
40. Circular badge of a Japanese family. : MON
41. Eminence. : FAME
43. Mud: Scot. : GLAR
44. Part of a city skyline. : SPIRE
46. Chinese delegate to the U. N. : TSIANG
48. Evil memento of a Virginia judge, unused in 1952. : LYNCHLAW
50. Hog-tied. : ROPED
52. Pray: Latin. : ORA
53. Travel between Grand Central and Times Square. : SHUTTLE
56. Symbol of a college "league." : IVYLEAF
60. Jumble. : HASH
61. European shad. : ALOSE
63. Native of the Western Hemisphere: Abbr. : AMER
64. Russian city. : OREL
65. Starting place of Everest climbers. : NEPAL
66. Girl in a Spanish song. : NITA
67. Popular baritone. : EDDY
68. Household carriers. : TRAYS
69. Discovery of 1895. : XRAY
Down
1. Athirst. : AVID
2. ___ Jackson, former football star. : LEVI
3. Greek letters. : ETAS
4. Social or business connection. : CONTACT
5. Bridal wreath. : SPIREA
6. Engine's puff. : PANT
7. Mr. Landon. : ALF
8. Brisk. : ALERT
9. Family in a Tolstoy novel. : KARENINS
10. Member of the outgoing Cabinet. : ACHESON
11. Pelvic bones. : ILIA
12. A necessary thing: Colloq. : MUST
13. Radios. : SETS
21. Eye. : OGLE
23. Golfer's objective. : PAR
25. Symbol of a 55th wedding anniversary. : EMERALD
26. Float at random. : DRIFT
27. Particles. : IOTAS
28. The Finnish people. : SUOMI
29. Short poem about country life. : IDYL
31. North Korean general. : NAMIL
32. City in Portugal. : EVORA
33. Invigorate. : RENEW
36. Ethereal: Poet. : AERY
39. Popular upholstery color. : EGGPLANT
42. Terrestrial. : EARTHLY
44. Practice crystal gazing. : SCRY
45. Infantry battle formation. : PHALANX
47. Negative. : NOT
49. Circa 11,000 issued in 1952. : NOVELS
51. Moray fisherman. : EELER
53. Casing of an automobile tire. : SHOE
54. Vermont poet, Walter ___. : HARD
55. ___ cars. : USED
56. Britisher's expression of surprise. : ISAY
57. Title of Arabia's Crown Prince. : EMIR
58. Dwarf of the Philippines. : AETA
59. Skirmish. : FRAY
62. Wartime agency. : OPA

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 7 debuted here and reused later, 5 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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