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New York Times, Saturday, May 30, 1953

Author: Isaac Kert
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 80, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 4.78, Missing: { F J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 305 (avg 1.60)
Open Squares: 67, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 6, XRef: 0, Spans: 3, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 12
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© 1953, The New York TimesNo. 1,441
Across Down
1. Nautically inclining. : ALIST
6. Monarch. : SHAH
10. A laugh. : HAHA
14. Heroine of "The Flying Dutchman." : SENTA
15. Angel's headgear. : HALO
16. Part of the world: Abbr. : AMER
17. A slangy ultimatum. : TAKEITORLEAVEIT
20. Colleague: Abbr. : ASST
21. Diving birds. : AUKS
22. Upton Sinclair's hero. : LANNY
23. One ampere turn per maxwell. : REL
24. Essential part. : PITH
25. Term of endearment: Colloq. : HON
26. Aaron's golden calf. : IDOL
28. West German chief. : ADENAUER
33. Having musical sound. : TONED
35. Canadian Ambassador to Washington. : WRONG
36. Bevan's nickname. : NYE
37. Demonstrations of affection. : HUGS
38. Hay-gatherers. : RAKES
39. Heaven: Fr. : CIEL
40. Purpose or object. : USE
41. St. ___, one of the Leeward Islands. : KITTS
42. Miss Kelly, comedienne. : PATSY
43. Samson's forte. : STRENGTH
45. Tree yielding a useful nut. : COLA
46. Portuguese colony in India. : GOA
47. Ancient country E of Chaldea. : ELAM
49. Sugar-cane product. : RUM
52. Lilo's specialties. : SONGS
55. Sound of a radar signal. : BLIP
56. Aboriginal Japanese. : AINO
57. Popular Civil War song. : TRAMPTRAMPTRAMP
60. 2,800-mi river into the Arctic. : LENA
61. Answer to the roll call. : HERE
62. Vouvray and Moselle. : WINES
63. Heroine of "The Good Earth." : OLAN
64. Oxen of Asia. : YAKS
65. A meat pie. : PASTY
1. Something to hitch your wagon to. : ASTAR
2. A certain contract. : LEASE
3. Newspaper man: Slang. : INKSLINGER
4. Let it stand. : STET
5. Siamese. : TAI
6. Outcry. : SHOUT
7. One of Schubert's most popular songs. : HARKHARKTHELARK
8. Town crier's word. : ALLS
9. Weeder. : HOE
10. Home of calypso music. : HAVANA
11. Often sung word. : AMEN
12. Eh? What?: French interjection. : HEIN
13. Bohemian. : ARTY
18. Stem of a note. : TAIL
19. "Git ___, little dogies . . . " : ALONG
24. Two-valved seed vessel. : POD
25. Layers. : HENS
27. ___ Moines, Iowa. : DES
29. "Monkey sees, monkey ___." : DOES
30. Advocates of centralization, as in government. : UNITARIANS
31. Cantor's dominating feature. : EYES
32. Repose confidence. : RELY
33. "___ Spake Zarathustra." : THUS
34. Put out of office. : OUST
35. Unit of electric power. : WATT
38. Latvia's capital. : RIGA
39. 22,346 students: Colloq. : CAL
41. Architectural ornament. : KNOSP
42. Small dog. : POM
44. "Big butter and ___." : EGGMAN
45. Creator of the Yokums. : CAPP
48. Fruit for an ade. : LIMES
50. Not faced squarely. : UNMET
51. Relative of Peter Rabbit. : MOPSY
52. Capital of Manche Dept., France. : STLO
53. City in Black Earth region. : OREL
54. Character in "Peter Pan." : NANA
55. Spanish asphalt or pitch. : BREA
56. Tosca's "Vissi d'Arte." : ARIA
58. Pronoun. : THY
59. Division of a county: Abbr. : TWP

Answer summary: 12 debuted here and reused later, 3 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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