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New York Times, Monday, June 21, 1954

Author:
Samuel K. Fliegner
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 32, Avg Word Len: 5.22, Missing: { K Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 287 (avg 1.49)
Open Squares: 79, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Spans: 2, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 4
Samuel K. Fliegner has 36 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1954, The New York TimesNo. 1,819

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Students & seniors
Across
1. Bird with a vibrating call. : CHAT
5. Singer Lehmann. : LOTTE
10. Jezebel's husband. : AHAB
14. Crescent-shaped cut-out. : LUNE
15. Sharp-tempered. : ACRID
16. Not possible: Colloq. : NOGO
17. Creator of Lady Brett, Pilar, etc. : ERNESTHEMINGWAY
20. Northern cape of state of Washington. : FLATTERY
21. Masonic door-keepers. : TILERS
22. Naturalness. : EASE
23. Arrogance: Brit. slang. : SIDE
24. ___ de corps. : ESPRIT
27. Ornate musical passage. : FLOURISH
31. "How about that?" : ALLEN
32. Great care or effort. : PAINS
33. Corp. or sgt. : NCO
34. Council, in South Africa. : RAAD
35. Seattle and San Francisco. : PORTS
36. In a while. : SOON
37. Common abbreviation. : ETC
38. Scenic hills of the southwest. : MESAS
39. French nanny. : BONNE
40. Grew more intense. : DEEPENED
42. Blunted javelin used by Arabs in warlike games. : JEREED
43. Solar disk. : ATEN
44. Market for unlisted stocks. : CURB
45. Something accepted as true. : GOSPEL
48. Liberia's capital. : MONROVIA
52. Noted resident of Riverdale-on-Hudson. : ARTUROTOSCANINI
54. Chigger. : FLEA
55. Still. : PHOTO
56. Tree home. : NEST
57. Bracken. : FERN
58. Wildcats of Mexico. : EYRAS
59. Superlative suffixes. : ESTS
Down
1. Character used in musical notation. : CLEF
2. Pitch. : HURL
3. Indian coin. : ANNA
4. Wavered. : TEETERED
5. Of most recent vintage. : LATEST
6. Dark yellow. : OCHRE
7. Playing card. : TREY
8. Man's nickname. : TIM
9. Sizes, styles or forms of books. : EDITIONS
10. Rod-and-reel man. : ANGLER
11. British C. I. C. in the Revolution. : HOWE
12. Gelatinous substance. : AGAR
13. Dennis the Menace and others. : BOYS
18. Furniture finish. : STAIN
19. A breeding place. : NIDUS
23. Pocket openings. : SLITS
24. Auriculate. : EARED
25. Roster of candidates. : SLATE
26. Finish second. : PLACE
27. Electrical capacity unit. : FARAD
28. Hole ___. : INONE
29. Tea cake. : SCONE
30. Sharpened. : HONED
32. German name for Polish city. : POSEN
35. Faithful wife of Odysseus. : PENELOPE
36. University of Paris. : SORBONNE
38. 39.37 inches. : METER
39. Yankee backstop. : BERRA
41. Native of New Guinea. : PAPUAN
42. Finches or snowbirds. : JUNCOS
44. ___ Rica. : COSTA
45. Stand the ___ (bear up under difficulty). : GAFF
46. Heraldic bearing. : ORLE
47. One who: Suffix. : STER
48. Heath. : MOOR
49. Competes. : VIES
50. School or college: Abbr. : INST
51. River islands. : AITS
53. Pronoun. : THY

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

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