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New York Times, Tuesday, October 27, 1953

Author: Jules Arensberg
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 30, Avg Word Len: 5.42, Missing: { K Q Z }, Scrabble score: 306 (avg 1.57)
Open Squares: 83, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 2, XRef: 0, Spans: 2, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 16
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© 1953, The New York TimesNo. 1,591
Across Down
1. Ingredient in a milk drink. : MALT
5. Spectacle in a parade. : FLOAT
10. Information. : DATA
14. Shawm or hautboy. : OBOE
15. Addition to a bill. : RIDER
16. Wild goat. : IBEX
17. Eileen's sister in "Wonderful Town." : ROSALINDRUSSELL
20. Relegates to antiquity. : OUTMODES
21. Cooky shaped like a ring. : JUMBLE
22. Schuman or Marshall. : PLAN
23. Rice dish. : PILAU
24. Abounding in conches, abalones, etc. : SHELLY
27. Frighten by threats. : BULLYRAG
30. Edna Ferber's "Giant." : TEXAS
31. Filial. : SONLY
32. Brazil's playground. : RIO
33. Snappish. : EDGY
34. Eliot Elisofon's specialty. : PHOTO
35. Comme ci, comme ça. : SOSO
36. Since. : AGO
37. College festivities. : PROMS
38. House grounds. : LAWNS
39. Becomes apparent. : DEVELOPS
41. Fire worshiper. : PARSEE
42. Revises. : EDITS
43. Paterfamilias. : PAPA
44. Chapel. : SHRINE
46. Type of well. : ARTESIAN
50. Warren Austin's successor. : HENRYCABOTLODGE
52. Unyielding. : IRON
53. "___ are the times . . . " : THESE
54. Matador's adversary. : TORO
55. Reflect deeply. : PORE
56. Filled to the brim. : SATED
57. Novelist Paton. : ALAN
1. Philippine. : MORO
2. Leigh Hunt hero. : ABOU
3. Perplexed. : LOST
4. Requirement for a winning eleven. : TEAMPLAY
5. Jack Webb of "Dragnet." : FRIDAY
6. Napery. : LINEN
7. Variance. : ODDS
8. Atmosphere: Comb. form. : AER
9. Dominican Republic's capital was named after him. : TRUJILLO
10. "Let nothing you ___ . . . " : DISMAY
11. Director of "Can-Can." : ABEBURROWS
12. Enumerate. : TELL
13. Spindle. : AXLE
18. Moves languidly. : LOLLS
19. Besmirch. : SULLY
23. Fourth down plays. : PUNTS
24. Place. : STEAD
25. Shilly-shally. : HEDGE
26. Adlai Stevenson is one. : EXGOVERNOR
27. Periods of great prosperity. : BOOMS
28. Soissons' river. : AISNE
29. Tailor's pressing iron. : GOOSE
31. Bazaars. : SHOPS
34. Keeps under one's wing. : PROTECTS
35. Spa in Fla. : SARASOTA
37. Contemporary of Seneca. : PLINY
38. Place for a decoration. : LAPEL
40. Turkish name of Adrianople. : EDIRNE
41. Touched reassuringly. : PATTED
43. Unimaginative discourse. : PROSE
44. The Great Eastern for instance. : SHIP
45. Man of distinction. : HERO
46. Aid in a crime. : ABET
47. Heathen deity. : IDOL
48. Site of a famous mausoleum. : AGRA
49. Broadway sign. : NEON
51. So there you are! : AHA

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 12 debuted here and reused later, 3 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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