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New York Times, Wednesday, May 5, 1954

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 5.11, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 279 (avg 1.48)
Open Squares: 73, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 1, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 10
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© 1954, The New York TimesNo. 1,772
Across
1. Disagree. : CLASH
6. Spanish possessive in West Africa. : IFNI
10. Boston concert orchestra. : POPS
14. Girl's name. : PAULA
15. Puma's prey. : DEER
16. Music halls. : ODEA
17. Famous Lady. : ASTOR
18. Buildings for storing grain. : ELEVATORS
20. Musical popular since 1929. : SHOWBOAT
22. Mythological flier. : ICARUS
23. Gallup survey. : POLL
24. Mosquito, in London. : GNAT
25. Harmony. : ACCORD
28. Organized massacres. : POGROMS
31. Native of Ankara. : TURK
32. Pianist from Valencia. : ITURBI
34. Lizard State: Abbr. : ALA
36. Leon Goossens plays it. : OBOE
37. Mesabi or Teton. : RANGE
38. Broken cliff. : CRAG
39. About a drop: Abbr. : MIN
40. Toulouse-Lautrec work. : POSTER
41. Things done: Lat. : ACTA
42. Unites firmly. : CEMENTS
44. Soap product. : LATHER
46. Pleasant. : EASY
47. Writer Delmar. : VINA
48. Pier of Hollywood. : ANGELI
51. Louvre masterpiece. : MONALISA
55. Became public. : LEAKEDOUT
57. Theatre seat. : DIVAN
58. Product of Iraq. : DATE
59. More. : ELSE
60. Growing out. : ENATE
61. Impersonator. : APER
62. Forecaster. : SEER
63. Painter, friend of Zola. : MANET
Down
1. Auditors. : CPAS
2. Recipient of mascara. : LASH
3. Rare sight fifty years ago. : AUTO
4. Snail. : SLOWPOKE
5. Shelter. : HARBOR
6. Platonic subject. : IDEAL
7. Sensed. : FELT
8. Mrs. Kiner, ___ Chaffee. : NEE
9. Composer of over 1,000 songs. : IRVINGBERLIN
10. Maine product. : POTATO
11. Reputation. : ODOR
12. Where to spend a sol. : PERU
13. Garden vegetables: Dial. : SASS
19. Mites. : ACARI
21. Ship in Boston Harbor. : OLDIRONSIDES
24. Brenner Pass is one. : GORGE
25. Niels Bohr's subject. : ATOM
26. Three-dimensional. : CUBIC
27. Hag. : CRONE
28. Boots the pigskin. : PUNTS
29. Winner of two Oscars. : MARCH
30. Political line-up. : SLATE
33. Savory. : TASTY
35. Substance from seaweed. : AGAR
38. Navy patrol bomber. : CATALINA
40. He advocates "positive thinking." : PEALE
43. More submissive. : MEEKER
45. Garland. : ANADEM
47. Conscientious citizen. : VOTER
48. Actor from N.Y.C. : ALDA
49. A tide. : NEAP
50. Entrance. : GATE
51. Clio, for instance. : MUSE
52. Dmitri's brother. : IVAN
53. Surfeit. : SATE
54. Fisherman's landing gear: 2 wds. : ANET
56. Cry at a bullfight. : OLE

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 9 debuted here and reused later.

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