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New York Times, Monday, January 25, 1954

Author: Willard Jordan
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.97, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 261 (avg 1.38)
Open Squares: 69, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 5, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 6
Willard N. Jordan has 39 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1954, The New York TimesNo. 1,672
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1. Full of butter, sugar, cream, etc. : RICH
5. Prominent golfer. : BOROS
10. Football player. : BACK
14. ___ fixe. : IDEE
15. Wage boost. : RAISE
16. Where the fleet is. : ASEA
17. Den of the "Golden Bears." : CALIFORNIA
19. Force or exertion. : DINT
20. Soprano Varnay. : ASTRID
21. Gov. Byrnes' U. N. status. : DELEGATE
23. She threw an apple. : ERIS
25. Latest fashion. : RAGE
26. F. O. A. director and family. : STASSENS
30. Standard. : NORMAL
34. Author Fannie. : HURST
35. Oh dear! : AHME
37. Forefather. : SIRE
38. Immortal Giant. : OTT
39. Hollywood landmark. : CIROS
40. Constellation. : ARA
41. Utter defeat. : ROUT
43. Diminutive suffixes. : ULES
44. Holy men of Tibet. : LAMAS
46. Slip-ups. : ERRORS
48. Extremely bad: Colloq. : DEVILISH
50. Goes bad. : ROTS
52. Threshold. : SILL
53. Modern. : UPTODATE
57. Reduced speed. : SLOWED
61. Disrupted. : TORN
62. Historic theory in physics. : RELATIVITY
64. Landed. : ALIT
65. Actress Paget. : DEBRA
66. Actress Best. : EDNA
67. ___ sapiens (human being). : HOMO
68. Bangs. : SLAMS
69. Decipher. : READ
1. Costa ___. : RICA
2. Miss Lupino and others. : IDAS
3. Breton. : CELT
4. Girl with a million dollar future. : HEIRESS
5. Holder of East River high jump. : BRODIE
6. Scull. : OAR
7. Part of a watermelon. : RIND
8. Wicker or withe. : OSIER
9. Routes for the Queens. : SEALANES
10. Wisconsin's football squad. : BADGERS
11. Committee for Free ___. : ASIA
12. Per ___. : CENT
13. She sings "I Hate Men." : KATE
18. Adjective for Washington. : FIRST
22. Part of the psyche. : EGO
24. Slow-mover. : SNAIL
26. She sings torch songs. : SHORE
27. Teaching assistant. : TUTOR
28. Conductor Rodzinski. : ARTUR
29. Small strip. : SHRED
31. Orange Bowl's locale. : MIAMI
32. Pas-de-Calais city. : ARRAS
33. Hold in check. : LEASH
36. 93-year-old painter. : MOSES
39. Pie fillings. : CUSTARDS
42. Where the "Maple Leafs" hail from. : TORONTO
44. Mrs. Rex Harrison. : LILLI
45. Ended. : ALLOVER
47. 16½ feet. : ROD
49. Mental views. : VISTAS
51. Material for a rolling mill. : STEEL
53. Where the Rainbow Bridge is. : UTAH
54. Game played in chukkers. : POLO
55. Shipshape. : TRIM
56. Napoleon's "Empire," 1814–15. : ELBA
58. Extensive. : WIDE
59. Lab burner. : ETNA
60. Couple or pair. : DYAD
63. Branch. : ARM

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 5 debuted here and reused later.

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