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New York Times, Tuesday, October 20, 1953

Author: Jules Arensberg
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 32, Avg Word Len: 5.08, Missing: { J X Z }, Scrabble score: 321 (avg 1.66)
Open Squares: 75, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 5, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 10
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© 1953, The New York TimesNo. 1,584
Across Down
1. Sea, arm of the Arctic. : KARA
5. Vixen's driver. : SANTA
10. Auditors: Abbr. : CPAS
14. Landmark in Miami. : ORANGEBOWL
16. Bungle: Colloq. : HASH
17. Percussion instrument. : KETTLEDRUM
18. Preposition. : INTO
19. Wartime cloak-and-dagger outfit. : OSS
20. ___ Caliente. : AGUA
21. Famous fictional cockroach. : ARCHIE
23. Spoken. : ORAL
24. City in Spain. : AVILA
25. Ruminant. : CHEWER
28. Neptune's symbols. : TRIDENTS
31. Mrs. McThing. : HAYES
32. One-time famous "Carmen." : CALVE
33. Roderick ___, outlaw in "Lady of the Lake." : DHU
34. Spanish girl's name. : INES
35. Black tea. : BOHEA
36. Frivolous and disrespectful: Colloq. : FLIP
37. Mugient sound. : MOO
38. Monetary unit of Estonia. : KROON
39. Former G. O. P. National Chairman. : REECE
40. Big Inch. : PIPELINE
42. Mannerisms. : QUIRKS
43. Star of "Dial M For Murder." : EVANS
44. Young sheep. : TUPS
45. Function of a strop. : HONING
47. Hillside in Bannockburn. : BRAE
48. Part of a business title. : INC
51. Roasting chamber. : OVEN
52. Edgar Lee Masters' imaginary town. : SPOONRIVER
55. Playwright Connelly. : MARC
56. Oil area in Wyoming. : TEAPOTDOME
57. Other. : ELSE
58. Like dobbin's dinner. : OATEN
59. In single file. : AROW
1. Warbler of "the flowers that bloom in the spring." : KOKO
2. Olympian god. : ARES
3. Deserters. : RATS
4. Social insect. : ANT
5. Cheroot. : SEEGAR
6. ___ the Bulbul Ameer. : ABDUL
7. Girl's name. : NORA
8. Mike Quill's union. : TWU
9. Count in "The Barber of Seville." : ALMAVIVA
10. Gum ingredient. : CHICLE
11. Beggar. : PANHANDLER
12. Italian wine center. : ASTI
13. Part of a tire. : SHOE
15. Gives off bright light. : GLARES
22. Amusement park attraction. : RIDE
23. Is under obligation to. : OWES
24. Richard of Hollywood. : ARLEN
25. Zip of TV. : CHIMP
26. Capital of Indo-China. : HANOI
27. Startling events. : EYEOPENERS
28. Resort lake of California. : TAHOE
29. Too much to be tolerated: Colloq. : THICK
30. Spear-carriers of opera. : SUPES
32. Furnishers of coats and hats. : COONS
35. Resuscitates. : BRINGSTO
36. Gaelic literary or musical meeting. : FEIS
38. Outlawed terrorist group. : KLAN
39. Novelist Hughes. : RUPERT
41. Show proof. : EVINCE
42. Sine ___, a necessity. : QUANON
44. Figure of speech. : TROPE
45. Fireside. : HOME
46. Athletic field. : OVAL
47. Cutter. : BOAT
48. ___ Novello. : IVOR
49. Jules Verne character. : NEMO
50. Regatta participants. : CREW
53. Size of coal. : PEA
54. Theatrical "Princess." : IDA

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 8 debuted here and reused later, 6 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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