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New York Times, Saturday, November 6, 1954

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.85, Missing: { F J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 314 (avg 1.66)
Open Squares: 73, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 1, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 6
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© 1954, The New York TimesNo. 1,957
Across Down
1. Cyclist's leg clasp. : CLIP
5. Cordial. : WARM
9. River in central Italy. : TIBER
14. Actress Gam. : RITA
15. Product of reflection. : IDEA
16. Choleric. : IRATE
17. Macmillan's predecessor as British Defense Minister. : ALEXANDER
19. Retiring Prime Minister. : MALAN
20. Part of a rec center. : GYM
21. Pamper. : MOLLYCODDLE
23. Radius. : BONE
24. Bored into. : ATE
25. Alfred Stieglitz used it. : CAMERA
28. Viet ___, party in Indochina. : MINH
30. A school: Abbr. : SEM
33. Friendship. : AMITY
34. Do-it-yourself man. : HANDYANDY
36. Auction. : SALE
37. Finger. : PINKY
38. Challenge. : GAGE
39. Backwoodsman. : HILLBILLY
41. West African port. : DAKAR
42. One or another. : ANY
43. Badly. : ILLY
44. Automatic recorders. : METERS
45. Ingredient of wassail. : ALE
46. Ocean route. : LANE
47. They work under water. : PEARLDIVERS
52. Have. : OWN
55. Foil the dragnet. : ELUDE
56. Gun named for Frau Krupp. : BIGBERTHA
58. Winter weather. : SLEET
59. Island republic: Abbr. : ICEL
60. One of Max Planck's interests. : ATOM
61. Mountain lakes. : TARNS
62. Disastrous. : DIRE
63. Jabberwocky word. : MOME
1. Projecting rock. : CRAG
2. Symbolic flower. : LILY
3. Columnist's titbit. : ITEM
4. Roman Irene. : PAX
5. College city in Minnesota. : WINONA
6. Confuse. : ADDLE
7. Whirl. : REEL
8. One of Queen Elizabeth's names. : MARY
9. Herd's-grass. : TIMOTHY
10. Sultan's edict. : IRADE
11. Unqualified. : BALD
12. And others: Latin abbr. : ETAL
13. President Coty. : RENE
18. He wrote "The Last Resorts." : AMORY
22. Penuche. : CANDY
23. Tropical palm tree. : BETEL
25. Soft cloth of wool and cashmere. : CASHA
26. Forcefully: Poet. : AMAIN
27. Girl's nickname. : MILLY
28. Brave. : MANLY
29. Black. : INKY
30. Anaconda. : SNAKE
31. Mystery writer's "Oscar." : EDGAR
32. American historian. : MYERS
34. Senator from Alabama. : HILL
35. Size of type. : AGATE
37. Stacked. : PILED
40. Positions or jobs. : BILLETS
41. Thickheaded. : DENSE
44. She wrote "The Road to Wimbledon." : MARBLE
45. Tennyson hero. : ARDEN
46. Light: Fr. : LEGER
47. Gnat or rat. : PEST
48. Diminutive suffix. : ELLA
49. Actor Mischa. : AUER
50. Footnote word. : IBID
51. Third word of a B. C. message. : VICI
52. Graham of the Browns. : OTTO
53. Oft-neglected pronoun. : WHOM
54. Title. : NAME
57. Bellwether. : RAM

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 5 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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