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New York Times, Thursday, January 29, 1953

Author: George Henderson
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.03, Missing: { J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 304 (avg 1.59)
Open Squares: 77, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 12
George Henderson has 14 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1953, The New York TimesNo. 1,320
Across Down
1. Run swiftly: Colloq. : SCOOT
6. Rep. Burleson of Texas. : OMAR
10. Afresh. : ANEW
14. A slight pause. : COMMA
15. Beginner: Var. : TIRO
16. River connected with the Volga by canals. : NEVA
17. Daisy Mae's husband. : ABNER
18. He wrote "The Snows of Kilimanjaro." : HEMINGWAY
20. Symbol of an ancient superstition. : THIRTEEN
22. Drawing rooms. : SALONS
23. Roman household god. : LAR
24. Playful aquatic animal. : OTTER
25. Relative of a pea jacket. : REEFER
29. Pedals. : TREADLES
32. Separated. : APART
33. Harbor on Oahu. : PEARL
34. Historic period. : ERA
35. Quilted teapot cover: Var. : COSY
36. Skippers. : CAPNS
37. "A rag and a bone and a ___ of hair." : HANK
38. Summer time: Abbr. : EDT
39. Play the wrong card. : RENIG
40. Aladdin's helper. : GENIE
41. Began again. : REOPENED
43. Works of Ravel and Rubinstein. : VALSES
44. Fingerboard ridges on a guitar. : FRETS
45. Ambassador Makins' title. : SIR
46. Grooved wheel forming a pulley. : SHEAVE
48. Hoagy Carmichael hit. : STARDUST
53. When Solomon Grundy married. : WEDNESDAY
55. Asia Minor region colonized by ancient Greece. : IONIA
56. Administrator: Abbr. : EXEC
57. Old title for a school teacher. : MARM
58. Bracing, as cool air. : CRISP
59. Hans Andersen, for instance. : DANE
60. Black. : INKY
61. Girl in an Irish song. : KATIE
1. Go away! : SCAT
2. Seaport of South Eire. : COBH
3. All: Comb. form. : OMNI
4. "When ___ smote 'is bloomn' lyre . . . " : OMER
5. Small pie. : TARTLET
6. Additional. : OTHER
7. Bearing. : MIEN
8. Part of a chair or sofa. : ARM
9. Indulges in revelry. : ROISTERS
10. Emulated Isaac Walton. : ANGLED
11. City on Lake Pontchartrain. : NEWORLEANS
12. Welsh man's name. : EVAN
13. Structure on which a ship is built and launched. : WAYS
19. Take-off place for Dakar. : NATAL
21. Weather report box on the front page. : EAR
24. Zoo attraction. : ORANG
25. Barney Oldfield or Ab Jenkins. : RACER
26. Lyric poem. : EPODE
27. Best seller whose title comes from Genesis. : EASTOFEDEN
28. Young fish. : FRY
29. Lukewarm. : TEPID
30. Cartoonist Bushmiller. : ERNIE
31. Objectives, as "for both our ___." : SAKES
33. Window glass. : PANES
36. Copper coins of Italy. : CENTESMI
37. Daughter of Loki. : HEL
39. Official in a Canadian town. : REEVE
40. Famous English actor of the 18th century. : GARRICK
42. Step proudly. : PRANCE
43. By way of. : VIA
45. Minor but insurmountable obstacle: Var. : STYMY
46. Scandinavian country: Abbr. : SWED
47. Six: Prefix. : HEXA
48. Great or Little Channel island. : SARK
49. Dickens heroine. : DORA
50. Section of a bookcase. : UNIT
51. Double agreement in Spain. : SISI
52. Part of a recording machine. : TAPE
54. Cupid's title. : DAN

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 10 debuted here and reused later, 3 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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