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New York Times, Tuesday, January 6, 1953

Author: Louise Rabb
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.85, Missing: { J K Q X }, Scrabble score: 281 (avg 1.49)
Open Squares: 73, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 5, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 13
Louise Rabb has 14 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
PS notes: Original 42-Across clue had acute accent over first e in siecle; corrected it to grave accent.
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© 1953, The New York TimesNo. 1,297
Across Down
1. Old-fashioned word for garden vegetables. : SASS
5. Coaches. : CARS
9. Perennial circus performers. : FLEAS
14. German: Abbr. : TEUT
15. Part of a lobster. : CLAW
16. Feet of two syllables. : IAMBI
17. Burrowing animal with bony plates. : ARMADILLO
19. Flavoring agent. : ONION
20. Hero of a Gounod opera. : ROMEO
21. Gymnasium equipment, for instance. : APPARATUS
23. Measures of length, 45 inches. : ELLS
25. She married Hercules. : HEBE
26. Sound meaning it's cold outside. : BRR
28. Part of the eye. : LID
30. Slip by. : ELAPSE
35. Mulberry tree of N. Z. : AUTE
37. Dances at debutante balls. : COTILLIONS
40. Brittle. : CRISP
42. ___ de siècle (end of the century): Fr. : FIN
43. Beginning. : ONSET
44. Norwegian port, northernmost city of Europe. : HAMMERFEST
47. To be: French. : ETRE
48. Describing winter weather. : SLEETY
49. Son of Abe and Mary. : TAD
51. Officers of the day: Abbr. : ODS
52. Pro ___. : RATA
55. Ike's favorite pastime. : GOLF
57. Oriental chastisement, applied to the soles of the feet. : BASTINADO
62. Former Italian singer at the Met. : RUFFO
65. Be of use. : AVAIL
66. Birds flying south. : MIGRATION
68. "Don Quixote," for instance. : NOVEL
69. Phyllis in "Iolanthe." : PERI
70. Light tan. : ECRU
71. January: Spanish. : ENERO
72. 100 miles between the Mediterranean and the Red Sea. : SUEZ
73. Escorts. : SEES
1. One of billions in the Via Lactea. : STAR
2. Flying machine. : AERO
3. Memorable song from "Porgy and Bess." : SUMMERTIME
4. Mme. de ___, French authoress. : STAEL
5. Ten score, plus one. : CCI
6. Mme. Nazimova. : ALLA
7. Sen. Flanders of Vermont. : RALPH
8. Herbert Bayard ___. : SWOPE
9. The Little Flower. : FIORELLO
10. Actress Turner. : LANA
11. Give out. : EMIT
12. Arabian name. : ABOU
13. Venial acts. : SINS
18. "Oh, You Beautiful ___." : DOLL
22. Hero of "Green Mansions." : ABEL
24. Palermo is its capital: Abbr. : SIC
26. Johann and family. : BACHS
27. Pertaining to agriculture. : RURAL
29. Opposite of "don." : DOFF
31. Elder: French. : AINE
32. Old-time kissing game. : POSTOFFICE
33. Low I. Q. radio character. : SNERD
34. Park in the Rockies. : ESTES
36. Girl's name. : ESME
38. Relative of a stock. : TIE
39. This month: Abbr. : INST
41. Labor leader in musical world. : PETRILLO
45. Pat Nixon's maiden name. : RYAN
46. Popular game. : TAG
50. Dickens character. : DORA
53. Drives down by a series of blows. : TAMPS
54. Good-by. : ADIEU
56. Old stringed instruments. : LUTES
57. Harm. : BANE
58. River in central England. : AVON
59. But. : SAVE
60. One of a number of galleries. : TIER
61. Blunderbore, for instance. : OGRE
63. Word used in 55 Across. : FORE
64. Burden. : ONUS
67. Got up: Dial. : RIZ

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 12 debuted here and reused later, 5 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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