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New York Times, Friday, February 12, 1954

Author: S. A. Kay
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.97, Missing: { G J Q V Z }, Scrabble score: 292 (avg 1.54)
Open Squares: 67, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 0, XRef: 0, Spans: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 7
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1. Alencon, Angleterre, Argentan. : LACES
6. Boston Brahmin. : SNOB
10. Lavish attentions on, in fraternity competition. : RUSH
14. Honor highly. : ADORE
15. Dr. Middlecoff of the links. : CARY
16. Cuzco Indian. : INCA
17. Largest port in Korea. : PUSAN
18. Tried to do. : ATTEMPTED
20. Churchill's Rufus, for instance. : PET
21. Plant with fragrant roots. : ORRIS
23. Suppose. : OPINE
24. Dry gully. : ARROYO
26. Materials for veils, scarves, etc. : TULLES
27. Spiral part of a screw. : THREAD
29. Member of A. N. C. : NURSE
31. Visit by the gambling squad. : RAID
32. Seaman's name for the horse latitudes. : MARESSEA
35. A very short time. : SEC
36. Apian. : BEELIKE
38. Bankers' group. : ABA
40. Untidy. : CARELESS
42. British machine-gun. : BREN
43. Rep. Rogers, dean of women in Congress. : EDITH
44. Unwavering devotion. : FEALTY
46. Wide open spaces for the Gauchos. : PAMPAS
49. Land, buildings, etc. : REALTY
51. Infamy. : ODIUM
52. Risky speed. : SIXTY
53. Girl's nickname. : BAB
56. Where Uncle Sam stores silver. : WESTPOINT
58. Connie Mack's ballpark. : SHIBE
60. Besides. : ELSE
61. Stettin's river. : ODER
62. Senator Clements of Kentucky. : EARLE
63. Shines forth. : RAYS
64. Cousin of a butte. : MESA
65. Patriarch. : ELDER
1. Reindeer farmer. : LAPP
2. Together: Music. : ADUE
3. President Figueres' domain. : COSTARICA
4. Span of years. : ERA
5. Lady from Tampico. : SENORA
6. Descriptive of a haunted house. : SCARY
7. Lincoln Memorial, Mount Vernon, etc. : NATIONALSHRINES
8. Throwaways. : ORTS
9. Run scored at cricket. : BYE
10. Small undulations. : RIPPLES
11. Popular song. : UNTIL
12. Unit of a movie. : SCENE
13. Pluto. : HADES
19. Frozen dessert. : MOUSSE
22. Scepter. : ROD
25. Winnipeg's river. : RED
26. A long walk. : TREK
27. Village officers: Abbr. : TRS
28. This: Latin. : HAEC
30. He wrote "Battle Cry." : URIS
32. Crowd on a field day. : MEET
33. The proverbial success. : EARLYBIRD
34. Support in evildoing. : ABET
36. Moisten. : BEDAMP
37. "Bulldogs." : ELIS
39. Some. : ANY
41. Esteems. : REPUTES
42. Flying fox. : BAT
44. Falstaffian forte. : FAT
45. Residence of French president. : ELYSEE
46. Star in "John Brown's Body." : POWER
47. Girl's name. : ADELA
48. Title for a little girl. : MISSY
50. Just-in-case item. : EXTRA
52. Slope of a hill. : SIDE
54. Skilled. : ABLE
55. Contents of a growler. : BEER
57. Mynheer's uncle. : OOM
59. Hollywood's Wallis. : HAL

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 4 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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