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New York Times, Thursday, June 4, 1953

Author: Albert Carroll
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 29, Avg Word Len: 5.44, Missing: { Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 296 (avg 1.51)
Open Squares: 88, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 14
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© 1953, The New York TimesNo. 1,446
Across Down
1. Princely estate. : MANOR
6. Tug's tow. : SCOW
10. Winks: Colloq. : BATS
14. Constrictor of South America. : ABOMA
15. African tree. : COLA
16. Send forth. : EMIT
17. Toulouse-Lautrec in the movies. : JOSEFERRER
19. Carry on. : WAGE
20. Scrap of food. : ORT
21. Famous name in dancing. : FREDASTAIRE
23. Ananias or Sapphira. : LIAR
25. Absent: Scot. : AWA
26. Preserved with salt. : CORNED
27. Hand-made houses. : IGLOOS
29. The cold and stony stare. : GLARE
31. Sir Winston's constant companion. : CIGAR
32. Headliner of April 6, 1909. : PEARY
33. Musical direction. : PPP
36. Lively. : ANIMATE
38. Conjunction. : NEITHER
40. Coral or Red. : SEA
41. Term in grammar. : TENSE
43. English county. : SHIRE
44. Get the better of. : WORST
45. Little fishes. : SMELTS
46. Moving in multitudes. : ASWARM
49. Mon cher ___. : AMI
51. Sashes for "Three little girls from school." : OBIS
52. Comedian of "Top Banana" fame. : PHILSILVERS
55. Babylonian god. : ANU
56. Cue. : HINT
57. Souvenir of New Year's Eve. : NOISEMAKER
59. Pioneer in movie-making. : INCE
60. One of Mrs. Coolidge's names. : ANNA
61. Musical hit of 1919. : IRENE
62. Bambi. : DEER
63. Parts of a course in a sailing race. : LEGS
64. Pastries. : TARTS
1. Pieces of Italian pottery. : MAJOLICAS
2. A Maori, for instance. : ABORIGINE
3. Homesickness. : NOSTALGIA
4. Cockney's abode. : OME
5. Riff-___. : RAFF
6. Propeller. : SCREW
7. The ropes in a ship's rigging. : CORDAGE
8. Olive genus. : OLEA
9. Cause of frequent headlines. : WARSCARE
10. "Sailor ___." : BEWARE
11. With force. : AMAIN
12. Clemenceau's French epithet. : TIGRE
13. Bucephalus. : STEED
18. Stages of history. : ERAS
22. Standpatism. : TORYISM
24. Be footloose. : ROAM
28. Demosthenes and Cicero. : ORATORS
30. Where the little boy lives. : LANE
32. Writes. : PENS
33. The comedian with the accordion. : PHILBAKER
34. Relevant. : PERTINENT
35. Compelling influences. : PRESSURES
37. Where to catch a train. : TERMINAL
39. Man's nickname. : THEO
42. Averting (with "off"). : STAVING
44. Gov. Kohler of Wisconsin. : WALTER
45. King. : SIRE
46. Plant-sucking insect. : APHID
47. Sunny weather. : SHINE
48. Shrink from. : WINCE
50. Conformations of land. : MESAS
53. Isolated. : LONE
54. Hard hit. : SMIT
58. Constellation. : ARA

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 12 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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