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New York Times, Friday, June 18, 1954

Author: Anthony Morse
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 37, Avg Word Len: 4.82, Missing: { F G J X Y Z }, Scrabble score: 306 (avg 1.63)
Open Squares: 58, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 3, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 7
Anthony Morse has 35 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1954, The New York TimesNo. 1,816
Across Down
1. Military station. : POST
5. Judicial seat. : BANC
9. Top of the head. : PATE
13. Heart affliction. : ACHE
14. Moslem prince. : AMIR
15. Jackets. : ETONS
17. In order. : SHIPSHAPE
19. In harmony. : ATUNE
20. Headgear for hot countries. : TOPEES
21. Sleuth: Slang. : TEC
23. Theatrical signal. : CUE
24. Sea gull. : MEW
25. Carrier of human cargo. : SLAVESHIP
28. Pepper plants. : AVAS
30. Romance language. : SPANISH
31. Sent back: Abbr. : RET
32. Intelligence. : HEAD
33. Get by cheating: Slang. : CHISEL
37. Repeating. : ITERANT
39. A method of painting. : STIPPLE
40. Also rans. : LOSERS
41. Cakewalk. : STEP
42. Beverage. : ALE
43. Fitted. : ADAPTED
45. Blemish. : SCAR
46. "___ pass in the night." : SHIPSTHAT
49. Pronoun for a 27 Down. : SHE
50. Hebrew measure. : KOR
51. Companion of "haw." : HEE
52. Noxious vapor. : MIASMA
55. King Feisal's people. : IRAQI
57. Possession. : OWNERSHIP
60. Became alert. : SATUP
61. Gay light. : NEON
62. Roofing material. : TILE
63. Durocher and others. : LEOS
64. Issue (with "out"). : SEND
65. Footless. : APOD
1. Gone. : PAST
2. Eight: Spanish. : OCHO
3. Companions. : SHIPMATES
4. Tents for the Sioux. : TEPEES
5. Expressions of contempt. : BAHS
6. "I ___ Camera." : AMA
7. Bite. : NIP
8. Greek islander. : CRETAN
9. Historic venture of 1915. : PEACESHIP
10. Siamese coin. : ATT
11. A small amount. : TOUCH
12. Boredom. : ENNUI
16. Leak. : SEEP
18. Overcast. : SEW
22. Ousted : EVICTED
25. Young oyster. : SPAT
26. Youth. : LAD
27. The Constitution. : SHIP
28. Seed coat. : ARIL
29. Forbid. : VETO
30. Felt. : SENSATE
32. Privations. : HARDSHIPS
34. Locale of much modern fiction. : SPACESHIP
35. Actress Raines. : ELLA
36. Villain's expression. : LEER
38. Gather. : REAP
39. Printer's direction. : STET
41. Depot: Abbr. : STA
44. Heraldic bearings with javelin tips. : PHEONS
45. California mountain. : SHASTA
46. Sun Valley equipment. : SKIS
47. Hourly. : HORAL
48. Very irritated. : IRATE
49. Form of address. : SIR
52. Darn. : MEND
53. Italian name of Greek island. : MILO
54. Acted like J. Fred Muggs. : APED
56. Quid pro ___ (substitute). : QUO
58. Tiny. : WEE
59. French denial. : NON

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

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