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New York Times, Friday, June 26, 1953

Author:
Maxwell D. Gunther
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 5.11, Missing: { F J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 288 (avg 1.52)
Open Squares: 76, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 0, XRef: 0, Spans: 3, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 9
Maxwell D. Gunther has 2 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
David Steinberg notes:

Original 6-Down clue had "Breath"; changed this to "Breathe."

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© 1953, The New York TimesNo. 1,468

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Students & seniors
Across
1. Headdress for Carmen. : COMB
5. Mother's admonitory sounds. : AHAHS
10. Move in spirals. : CURL
14. Away from the wind. : ALEE
15. Columbus' home town. : GENOA
16. Sailing. : ASEA
17. Rational. : SANE
18. One of Washington's generals. : GATES
19. Bound. : TIED
20. An aide to Molotov. : ANDREIVISHINSKY
23. Hudson Bay Indians. : CREES
24. Athletic administrator Bushnell. : ASA
25. Cooper and Booth got them. : OSCARS
28. Goal of amateur athletes. : OLYMPICS
33. Decorations of a dilemma. : HORNS
34. Ten of these make a grand. : CEES
35. Man's nickname. : NAT
36. Fills with respect and fear. : AWES
37. Surveyed through a keyhole. : SPIED
39. Brazilian holly, basis of a beverage. : MATE
40. Government agency for rural power. : REA
41. Girl's nickname. : ETTA
42. Relative of fluff. : BONER
43. Concerning heraldic arms. : ARMORIAL
45. Where to find a stalagmite. : CAVERN
46. Ferrule. : TIP
47. Choleric. : IRATE
49. Wife of a well-known golfer. : MAMIEEISENHOWER
56. Cooking substitute. : OLEO
57. Out. : NOTIN
58. Adjective for bad weather. : VILE
59. New York Senator. : IVES
60. Waste away: Dial. : DWINE
61. Ex-lawyer Gardner. : ERLE
62. Louise or George. : LAKE
63. Beds in the Navy. : SACKS
64. Interpret signs. : READ
Down
1. House for Carmen. : CASA
2. Wang Lung's patient wife, in "The Good Earth." : OLAN
3. Make whole. : MEND
4. Picnic residue. : BEERCANS
5. Students of farming methods. : AGGIES
6. Breathe hard. : HEAVE
7. Adjective for Churchill's Government. : ANTISOCIALISTIC
8. Garden implements. : HOES
9. Moved around: Colloq. : SASHAYED
10. Forty winks. : CATNAP
11. Our foreign information service. : USIS
12. Give off fumes. : REEK
13. Product of a finishing school. : LADY
21. Gives the wrong answer. : ERRS
22. Grandiloquent doctrines. : ISMS
25. Kim's last name. : OHARA
26. Gardener in spring. : SOWER
27. The richest part. : CREAM
29. Mr. Cobb, the actor. : LEE
30. Pointless. : INANE
31. Provide what is needed. : CATER
32. Inexorable. : STERN
37. Regular payments. : STIPENDS
38. Educational group. : PTA
39. Make room. : MOVEOVER
41. Buffalo's shore front. : ERIE
42. Shower. : BATH
44. Indolent. : OTIOSE
45. Riviera resort. : CANNES
48. Rejuvenate a stamp pad. : REINK
49. Drudge. : MOIL
50. Edison's middle name. : ALVA
51. Not inclined to anger. : MEEK
52. Where Cherokee is. : IOWA
53. Fence material. : WIRE
54. Miss Fitzgerald of the movies. : ELLA
55. Tax-cut man of the House. : REED

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 7 debuted here and reused later, 3 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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Crosswords published prior to Nov. 21, 1993 are provided by David Steinberg and The Pre-Shortzian Puzzle Project.

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