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New York Times, Tuesday, October 6, 1953

Author: Edward Buckler
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 35, Avg Word Len: 5.28, Missing: { F G J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 276 (avg 1.45)
Open Squares: 76, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 2, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 14
Edward J. Buckler has 25 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1953, The New York TimesNo. 1,570
Across Down
1. Carfare. : TOKEN
6. Sigma. : ESS
9. Symbolic bird. : DOVE
13. One of the Forsytes. : IRENE
14. Margaret ___, anthropologist. : MEAD
16. Malign. : EVIL
17. Mark over "n" in some Spanish words. : TILDE
18. Reduce. : BATE
19. Social affairs. : TEAS
20. Cut off. : LOP
21. Pertaining to the back. : DORSAL
23. Man's name. : ERLE
24. Essayist's pen name. : ELIA
26. Hunting dogs. : POINTERS
28. Formed with sagacity, as plans. : DEEPLAID
30. Provides with protective cover. : ARMORS
33. Land reclaimed from the sea. : POLDER
35. Native of Egypt. : NILOT
36. Saint whose day is Dec. 7. : AMBROSE
39. Corrector. : EMENDER
41. Landscapist of dawn and twilight. : COROT
42. Having branches. : RAMOSE
44. Tricked. : HOAXED
46. Restaurant employee. : WAITRESS
50. Rough-coated fox terrier. : WIREHAIR
52. Block. : STOP
53. Anything soothing. : BALM
55. Large island in the East Indies. : BORNEO
57. Color. : HUE
58. Yankee Stadium's is ten acres. : AREA
59. Mary Lincoln's maiden name. : TODD
60. Start the day. : ARISE
62. Malicious talk. : DIRT
63. Indulge in winter sport: Var. : SKEE
64. Prepared (potatoes) in a certain way. : RICED
65. Comfort. : EASE
66. Plans: Abbr. : ARR
67. Bold: Dial. : SASSY
1. Noble. : TITLED
2. Relative of the crow. : ORIOLE
3. Australian sheep dog. : KELPIE
4. Purpose. : END
5. Must have. : NEED
6. Ornament with needlework. : EMBROIDER
7. Vacation spot. : SEASIDE
8. Character in "Paradise Lost." : SATAN
9. They decide. : DETERMINERS
10. Disposed of more than could be supplied. : OVERSOLD
11. Medicine bottle. : VIAL
12. If not. : ELSE
15. Triangular letter. : DELTA
22. Stones with changeable colors. : OPALS
25. Nearly correct. : APPROXIMATE
27. Gruening of Alaska. : ERNEST
29. Pillager. : LOOTER
31. Noted southpaw. : ROE
32. Steamer: Abbr. : STR
34. The rest. : REMAINDER
36. Alas! Ger. : ACH
37. Sound from a byre. : MOO
38. Scrappers. : BRAWLERS
40. Fabric with watered appearance. : MOIRE
43. Prize-giver. : AWARDER
45. "Forgive us our ___ . . . " : DEBTS
47. Moral principles. : ETHICS
48. Drenches. : SOUSES
49. Prompt. : SPEEDY
51. Oriental water-cooled pipe: Var. : HOOKA
53. Commanded. : BADE
54. "Bell Song." : ARIA
56. Members of the crew. : OARS
61. Creek. : RIA

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 12 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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