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GLOBE-TROTTER

New York Times, Sunday, February 8, 1953

Author:
Alice Cook
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 68, Avg Word Len: 5.33, Missing: { J Q X }, Scrabble score: 541 (avg 1.45)
Open Squares: 127, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 6, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 15
Alice H. Cook has 25 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1953, The New York TimesNo. 1,330
Across
1. Recreation. : SPORT
6. Middle West college town. : AMES
10. Sebastian's twin. : VIOLA
15. Figures and facts. : DATA
19. Sandpiper. : WADER
20. A good candidate. : VOTEGETTER
22. Miss St. Clare and others. : EVAS
23. Kithless. : ALONE
24. Strongly established. : ENTRENCHED
25. Thicket. : BOSK
26. Dictator's man. : PERONISTA
28. Important Punjab city. : LAHORE
29. Compiègne's river. : OISE
30. Reckon: Colloq. : TOTE
31. What England is to us. : ALLY
32. Not liberal. : NARROW
34. A fine old violin. : CREMONA
38. A number: Ger. : DREI
39. Per ardua ad ___. : ASTRA
41. Bathing resort of Italy. : RIMINI
42. This puzzle, for instance: 2 wds. : WORDTEST
44. Shoddy. : CHEAP
48. One-eyed god. : ODIN
49. A fine old violin. : AMATI
51. Plowboys. : YOKELS
53. Popular nickname. : IKE
54. Friend of Tish. : AGGIE
56. Scholar: Fr. : ELEVE
58. Part of a glacier. : NEVE
59. Greek letters. : PSIS
60. Pithy. : TERSE
61. London street. : STRAND
63. Deeply respectful. : REVERENT
65. North African mountains. : ATLAS
67. Thorny shrubs. : SLOES
69. Thermoplastic product. : NYLON
70. Loathed. : DETESTED
73. Scrawny cratures. : SCRAGS
75. Gray. : ASHEN
78. Arab chief. : EMIR
79. Little ___. : ONES
81. Exclamation of surprise. : HELLO
82. Germ cell. : SPORE
83. Breaker with tradition. : NEO
84. Fireplaces: Scot. : INGLES
86. Vine. : LIANE
88. Natives of the Slave Coast. : EWES
89. Turned the radio dial. : TUNED
91. A mah-jongg player. : EASTWIND
93. Emulate Elliott Nugent. : DIRECT
95. Anne Frank's story. : DIARY
97. Paddy product. : RICE
98. Classifies. : ASSORTS
99. ___ Folsom, Treasury Under Secretary. : MARION
102. The Panthers university. : PITT
103. Mimic. : APER
104. He loves: Lat. : AMAT
105. Not posted. : UNSENT
108. Separated, as hair or straw. : UNPLAITED
113. Moslem judge: Var. : KADI
114. N. Y. State resort region. : LAKEGEORGE
116. City E. S. E. of Lisbon. : EVORA
117. Mr. Pinza. : EZIO
118. Dull. : UNEVENTFUL
119. Lemur of India. : LORIS
120. Restrain. : REIN
121. More judicious. : SAGER
122. Controversial news agency. : TASS
123. Natives of Cobh. : IRISH
Down
1. Engage in give and take. : SWAP
2. Fence. : PALE
3. Spice, for instance. : ODOR
4. City near Carson City. : RENO
5. Gov. Driscoll's capital. : TRENTON
6. Persian Books of Wisdom. : AVESTA
7. Three-card ___. : MONTE
8. Girl's nickname. : ETTA
9. Old title. : SER
10. Accessibility to bribery. : VENALITY
11. Exhibiting restlessness. : ITCHY
12. Holy Roman Empire ruler, 862–973. : OTHO
13. Sinister look. : LEER
14. Enthusiastic. : ARDENT
15. Actress Kerr. : DEBORAH
16. To have: Fr. : AVOIR
17. Poet of the Renaissance. : TASSO
18. Out of line. : ASKEW
21. Coagulated. : GELLED
27. Ancient part of Asia Minor. : IONIA
31. Incoming ships. : ARRIVALS
33. Quadrants. : ARCS
34. One of Tito's men. : CROAT
35. Chain of hills. : RIDGE
36. Post-war problem. : EMIGRATION
37. Plenipotentiary. : MINISTER
38. Excessively fond people. : DOTERS
39. Inquirer. : ASKER
40. First citizen of Libertyville, Ill. : STEVENSON
42. Artist Disney. : WALT
43. Several eras. : EON
45. See 20 Across. : EISENHOWER
46. Analogous. : AKIN
47. DDT target. : PEST
50. Courier. : MESSENGER
52. He wrote "Opera Guyed." : LEVY
55. Aquarium attractions. : EELS
57. Methuselah's father. : ENOCH
59. Miranda's father. : PROSPERO
62. Unfaithful. : DERELICT
64. Greek resistance force. : ELAS
66. Solar disk: Var. : ATON
68. Like sea water. : SALINE
70. Mrs. U. S. Grant's maiden name. : DENT
71. Swift-running bird. : EMEU
72. Respite. : DELAY
74. Causing joy. : GLAD
76. Set up. : ERECT
77. Snuggeries. : NESTS
80. French pronoun. : SES
84. One's own: Comb. form. : IDIO
85. Beam supporting a floor. : STRINGER
87. Name in the Ford family. : EDSEL
90. Publisher's product. : EDITION
92. City on the Ruhr. : WITTEN
94. Ben Zvi, for instance. : ISRAELI
96. Finger ring: Latin. : ANULUS
98. Stamps of the foot, in fencing. : APPELS
99. Fabricator. : MAKER
100. Dumfound. : AMAZE
101. Forearm bones. : RADII
102. Vex: Colloq. : PEEVE
103. Aberdeen ___ cattle. : ANGUS
106. Character in "Peter Pan." : NANA
107. After part of a ship's keel. : SKEG
108. City in Turkey. : URFA
109. ___ Norvello. : IVOR
110. Large moldings. : TORI
111. Sister of Ares. : ERIS
112. Small quantity. : DASH
115. Mel of baseball fame. : OTT

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 12 debuted here and reused later, 6 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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