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New York Times, Monday, January 18, 1954

Author: Louise Rabb
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.97, Missing: { J Q V X }, Scrabble score: 299 (avg 1.58)
Open Squares: 73, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 11
Louise Rabb has 14 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1954, The New York TimesNo. 1,665
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1. Symbols of R. N. achievement. : CAPS
5. Chart. : MAP
8. Statuette awards. : OSCARS
14. Molding. : OGEE
15. Single point. : ACE
16. Paving for an airport apron. : TARMAC
17. French prize for literature. : GONCOURT
19. Russian vehicle drawn by three horses. : TROIKA
20. Fence crossing. : STILE
21. Noted Canadian physician. : OSLER
22. 201. : CCI
24. "Hilda ___," by Arnold Bennett. : LESSWAYS
28. Tap dancer: Slang. : HOOFER
30. African nut tree. : COLA
31. Evian or Aix-les-Bains. : SPA
34. Of an armbone. : ULNAR
35. Dirges played on bagpipes. : CORONACHS
37. Escaped. : FLED
38. TV headliner. : BERLE
39. Man's name: Abbr. : CHAS
40. Person who stirs up strife. : FIREBRAND
42. Use a divining rod. : DOWSE
43. French pronoun. : SES
44. Facility. : EASE
45. Lifework. : CAREER
46. His prize play, "Both Your Houses." : ANDERSON
48. Noun suffix. : IST
49. Coaxial ___. : CABLE
52. Skoal! : TOAST
54. U. S. prize winner in drama. : ONEILL
56. Prize awarded since 1917. : PULITZER
59. Hard. : STEELY
60. Presidential nickname. : IKE
61. Flying craft. : AERO
62. Hoad's forte. : TENNIS
63. Run with almost soundless step. : PAD
64. City of 226,000 in Austria. : GRAZ
1. Minor part of a machine. : COG
2. In the past. : AGO
3. Retired workers. : PENSIONERS
4. Denomination. : SECT
5. Wrestler: Slang. : MAULER
6. Suitor of Lydia Languish. : ACRES
7. Fit of temper. : PET
8. Mel of baseball. : OTT
9. Writer who refused a prize in 1940. : SAROYAN
10. Victoria ___. : CROSS
11. Plant yielding yellow dye. : AMIL
12. Slant, as a ship's funnels. : RAKE
13. Relic of battle. : SCAR
18. Engineer's helpers. : OILER
22. Sounds of a starting locomotive. : CHUFFS
23. Lassie. : COLLIE
25. Disdainful one. : SCORNER
26. The earth. : WORLD
27. Lily plant. : ALOE
29. Lose freshness. : FADE
31. Missionary of international reputation. : SCHWEITZER
32. Planetary variations. : PHASES
33. Claim and defend. : ASSERT
35. Discontinue. : CEASE
36. Acidity. : ACOR
38. Thin wire nail. : BRAD
41. Italian dramatist, author of "The Jest." : BENELLI
42. Classical name for the Greeks. : DANAI
45. Became less sociable. : COOLED
46. One required to register. : ALIEN
47. German dive bomber. : STUKA
49. Sacrifice. : COST
50. Part of the pot. : ANTE
51. Auxiliary verb. : BEEN
53. Deer. : STAG
55. River in France and Belgium. : LYS
56. Hero of "Great Expectations." : PIP
57. Epoch. : ERA
58. Miss Russell of "Wonderful Town." : ROZ

Answer summary: 5 unique to this puzzle, 6 debuted here and reused later, 1 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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