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New York Times, Monday, September 14, 1953

Author: Ralph Anderson
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.03, Missing: { F J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 295 (avg 1.54)
Open Squares: 63, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 5, XRef: 0, Spans: 2, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 14
Ralph Anderson has 19 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
PS notes: Original 32-Down clue had comma after "singer"; removed it.
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© 1953, The New York TimesNo. 1,548
Across Down
1. One of a very famous couple. : ADAM
5. The essence of a matter. : GIST
9. Projecting rock, as in the sea. : SCAR
13. Resin from tropical trees. : ELEMI
14. Openly state. : AVOW
15. Sea moss or lettuce. : ALGA
16. Popular television program. : DOUBLEORNOTHING
19. Business abbreviation. : INC
20. Symbol of France. : LILY
21. Air Force base in California. : TRAVIS
22. Those in want. : NEEDERS
24. French expert at changing styles. : DIOR
25. Without: Latin. : SINE
26. Popular song from Friml's "The Firefly." : SYMPATHY
30. Handled clumsily. : PAWED
32. Hindu queen. : RANEE
33. Court. : WOO
34. Rome-Berlin-Tokyo alignment of 1941. : AXIS
35. Ticket man. : TAKER
36. Nickname for a tad or tot. : TINY
37. Where Libertyville is: Abbr. : ILL
38. Constellation. : ARIES
39. Dance for two. : TANGO
40. Eisenhower is its Honorary President. : REDCROSS
42. Autumn pear. : BOSC
43. Water: Span. : AGUA
44. G. I.'s name for a frist sergeant. : TOPKICK
47. Key pounders. : STENOS
50. Gilman or Arden. : TONI
51. Doll's house. : TOY
52. A couple of bad actors. : PARTNERSINCRIME
55. Jason's ship. : ARGO
56. In lacemaking, handmade. : REAL
57. Warning coughs. : AHEMS
58. Time of greatest power. : NOON
59. Wither. : SERE
60. Be shut out. : LOSE
1. "___ at last!" : ALONE
2. Variety of poker. : DEUCESWILD
3. Title for Miss Willis: Abbr. : AMB
4. Cloth remnant. : MILLEND
5. British jails. : GAOLS
6. Suburb of Paris, on the Seine. : IVRY
7. Junior. : SON
8. Deceiver: Slang. : TWOTIMER
9. Wasteland. : SAHARA
10. 154. : CLIV
11. Two-faced Vedic god. : AGNI
12. Used in paper making. : RAGS
13. City in Scotland: Abbr. : EDIN
17. Dev's country. : EIRE
18. Metaphor or irony. : TROPE
23. Withers. : DIES
24. C. G. S. units of force. : DYNES
26. "___ alive!" : SAKES
27. Minneapolis and St. Paul. : TWINCITIES
28. Factory or warehouse, in China. : HONG
29. Up and down toy. : YOYO
30. Two of a kind. : PAIR
31. Car part. : AXLE
32. Polish opera singer Rosa ___. : RAISA
35. They come in pairs. : TROUSERS
36. Job. : TASK
38. Gas used in light bulbs, radio tubes, etc. : ARGON
39. Describing certain crossword puzzles. : TOPICAL
41. Large port in southeastern China. : CANTON
42. Adenauer's headquarters. : BONN
44. Sheer linen. : TOILE
45. ___ il faut (proper). : COMME
46. Assistant Secretary of Defense. : KYES
47. Pair of matched horses or mules. : SPAN
48. From which poi is made. : TARO
49. Therefore. : ERGO
50. Authoritarian in big business or in a union. : TSAR
53. Arikara. : REE
54. Alpha Chi ___. : RHO

Answer summary: 14 debuted here and reused later, 1 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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