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New York Times, Monday, August 16, 1954

Author: Edward Early
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.03, Missing: { J Q X }, Scrabble score: 307 (avg 1.61)
Open Squares: 71, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 1, XRef: 0, Spans: 4, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 4
Edward Early has 7 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1954, The New York TimesNo. 1,875
Across Down
1. TV star. : COCA
5. Attacks of coryza. : COLDS
10. He changes colors. : DYER
14. Eurasian range. : URAL
15. A color. : AZURE
16. Depend (with "on"). : RELY
17. Rascally opera hero. : BARBEROFSEVILLE
20. Quite. : ALL
21. Declaim violently. : RANT
22. City on Trinity River. : DALLAS
23. Struck hard. : SMOTE
25. Edison's "Park." : MENLO
26. Head of a convent. : ABBESS
28. I saw: Latin. : VIDI
29. Big success: Slang. : WOW
32. Spur. : GOAD
33. Man's nickname. : HAL
34. Opera heroine. : TOSCA
36. Llamas' habitat. : ANDES
38. "Come ___ My House." : ONA
39. New York county. : YATES
40. Nut. : PECAN
41. Sword's rival. : PEN
42. Household necessity. : SOAP
43. Historic time. : ERA
44. Wading bird. : IBIS
46. Nickname for a thin man. : SKINNY
48. Politician's concern. : VOTES
50. Former political symbol. : MOOSE
51. Odor. : STENCH
53. Style of dress. : GARB
54. Trudge. : PAD
57. Where the Giant's Causeway is. : NORTHERNIRELAND
60. Forearm bone. : ULNA
61. Alan Ladd role. : SHANE
62. German girl's name. : ERNA
63. Pant. : GASP
64. Symbol of surrender in the ring. : TOWEL
65. Endorse: Colloq. : OKAY
1. Where Isle of Pines is. : CUBA
2. Spoken. : ORAL
3. Tourist attraction in New Mexico. : CARLSBADCAVERNS
4. Capital of the Empire State: Abbr. : ALB
5. Weight units for gold. : CARATS
6. Pure air: Colloq. : OZONE
7. Judy Garland's married name. : LUFT
8. Members of A. M. A. : DRS
9. Describing some rye bread. : SEEDED
10. Coarse cotton cloth. : DRILL
11. Great wildlife sanctuary. : YELLOWSTONEPARK
12. Girl's name. : ELLA
13. Sandwich loaves. : RYES
18. Valentine's aide. : EROS
19. Table with mirrors. : VANITY
24. Mythical sorceress. : MEDEA
25. Leading European silk center. : MILAN
26. Open-mouthed. : AGAPE
27. Howler. : BONER
28. Expanded parts of a feather. : VANES
30. River's destination. : OCEAN
31. Like a hornet. : WASPY
33. New Mexico Indians. : HOPIS
35. Irrigated place in the Negev. : OASIS
37. Tell on: Slang. : SNITCH
45. An order. : BEHEST
46. Sour-juiced plant. : SORREL
47. Osaka Bay port. : KOBE
49. Ready to be drawn. : ONTAP
50. Its motto is "Dirigo." : MAINE
51. Secure. : SNUG
52. Indian unit of weight. : TOLA
53. Corrode. : GNAW
55. Gertrude Lawrence's last role. : ANNA
56. Headline of 1944. : DDAY
58. Greek letter. : RHO
59. Zodiac sign. : LEO

Answer summary: 4 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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