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New York Times, Tuesday, April 27, 1954

Author: William F. Bulow
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 39, Avg Word Len: 5.03, Missing: { J Q V X Y Z }, Scrabble score: 250 (avg 1.34)
Open Squares: 80, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 8
William F. Bulow has 7 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1954, The New York TimesNo. 1,764
Across Down
1. Headliner on TV. : GLEASON
8. Strong man of Egypt. : NASSER
14. Delight. : PLEASURE
15. Gasoline rating. : OCTANE
16. "Johnny Guitar," "High Noon," etc. : WESTERNS
17. Sen. Cordon's state. : OREGON
18. Mrs. Dick Tracy. : TESS
19. Relative of "shoo!" : GIT
20. A forbearance. : NONACT
21. Mojave, Imperial Valley, etc. : DESERTS
23. Curtain-going-up warnings. : SHS
24. Pretty good. : NOTBAD
28. Danish-American philanthropist. : RIIS
29. Constellation. : ORION
30. Man's name. : SAM
31. Supplemented. : EKED
35. Sawbucks. : TENNERS
38. Nautical measure. : SEAMILE
40. Famous Italian family. : ESTE
41. Old French coin. : ECU
43. Mr. or Mrs. : TITLE
44. Twirled. : SPUN
45. Dog. : SETTER
46. Resort. : SPA
49. Broadway perennials. : TOPHITS
51. Last place in the League. : CELLAR
53. United. : ONE
54. Goddess of youth. : HEBE
58. Word on a message. : URGENT
59. Speared like shashlik or shish-kebab. : SKEWERED
61. Soft, napped fabric. : FLEECE
62. Fisheries. : EELERIES
63. Rosemary Clooney's married name. : FERRER
64. Chuck of baseball. : DRESSEN
1. Joy. : GLEE
2. Smaller. : LESS
3. Picnic provender. : EATS
4. Enzyme. : ASE
5. Swelled. : SURGED
6. Birdlife of a region. : ORNIS
7. Birds. : NESTERS
8. When the whistle blows. : NOONTIME
9. Through. : ACROSS
10. Type of World War II gun. : STEN
11. Poetic tales. : SAGAS
12. Arnold Bennett's first name. : ENOCH
13. Lets. : RENTS
14. 24 grains: Abbr. : PWT
21. Zealander. : DANE
22. Narrow inlets. : RIAS
24. An aid to memory. : NOTE
25. Smeltery materials. : ORES
26. Color. : TINT
27. Clavicle. : BONE
31. Throw out. : EMIT
32. Eartha ___, singer. : KITT
33. French pronoun. : ELLE
34. Ruminant. : DEER
36. Member of the press. : REPORTER
37. Food fish, the porgy. : SCUP
39. Roscoe ___, actor. : ATES
42. Without nylons. : UNHOSED
44. Golf posture. : STANCE
45. Addison's partner. : STEELE
46. House slipper. : SCUFF
47. Mme. Mesta. : PERLE
48. Writer of many success stories. : ALGER
50. Roller of a printing press. : INKER
52. Sly look. : LEER
54. Pronoun. : HERS
55. Toledo's lake. : ERIE
56. "Where have you ___?" : BEEN
57. Stanky and others. : EDS
60. Catcher Westrum's nickname. : WES

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 5 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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