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New York Times, Tuesday, January 1, 1957

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.16, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 305 (avg 1.60)
Open Squares: 67, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 6, XRef: 0, Spans: 2, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 11
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© 1957, The New York TimesNo. 2,744
Across Down
1. The Marines, for example. : CORPS
6. River in Wales and England. : USK
9. Above. : ATOP
13. Author of "A Family Affair." : OHARA
14. Ibsen heroine. : NORA
16. Burn partially. : CHAR
17. The Deity, in a current title. : SOMEBODYUPTHERE
20. He put Tupelo, Miss., on the map. : ELVISPRESLEY
21. Film actor. : TOMNEAL
24. Pole on the links. : PIN
25. Relatives of egos. : IDS
26. Les Etats ___. : UNIS
27. Annoyed exclamation. : TUT
29. Como or Averno. : LAGO
31. Poetic contraction. : TIS
32. ___ point, a type of stitch. : PETIT
34. Caprice. : FANCY
37. Puccini opera. : TOSCA
39. Ike's one-time command. : ETO
40. Sturdy thread. : LISLE
41. " . . . the bombs bursting ___ . . . " : INAIR
42. Bridge hand. : DUMMY
44. Where Dover is: Abbr. : DEL
45. One way to prepare potatoes. : MASH
47. Branch of learning: Abbr. : SCI
48. One of three per day. : MEAL
49. Fearsome respect. : AWE
51. Our: Fr. : NOS
53. Gets one's bearings. : ORIENTS
55. With great tenacity. : PERSISTENTLY
58. Highway sign. : SLIPPERYWHENWET
62. Behold! Lat. : ECCE
63. Name meaning princess. : SARA
64. Rio ___, part of Spanish West Africa. : DEORO
65. Major Barbara's creator. : SHAW
66. Former title in Tunis. : DEY
67. German man's name. : ERNST
1. Abbreviation used in mathematics. : COS
2. Triumphant cry. : OHO
3. Plunger of a force pump. : RAM
4. Adorns (oneself). : PREENS
5. Fur-bearing animal. : SABLE
6. Pure. : UNDILUTED
7. Beans used in industry. : SOYS
8. The "cannon king." : KRUPP
9. German exclamations. : ACHS
10. Scene in a Biblical drama. : THELIONSDEN
11. Rowed. : OARED
12. Weighs heavily (with "on"). : PREYS
15. Springtime. : APRIL
18. Egg-shaped. : OVATE
19. New Jersey borough. : TENAFLY
21. Part of an ice cream flavor. : TUTTI
22. Allium cepa. : ONION
23. Marian Ann MacKnight. : MISSAMERICA
28. A disciple of the Apostle Paul. : TITUS
30. Light-hearted: Fr. : GAI
32. Herb with edible root. : PARSNIP
33. "The Saint" on TV. : TOMCONWAY
35. Part of a shoe. : CLEAT
36. Cheers. : YELLS
38. Allen Dulles' agency. : CIA
43. Merriment. : MIRTH
46. Gardeners' gear. : HOSES
48. Helen Stevenson's fiancé. : MEYNER
49. Church sections. : APSES
50. Prominent Boston lawyer. : WELCH
52. Valuable violin: Colloq. : STRAD
54. ___ France. : ILEDE
56. Eject. : SPEW
57. Jane ___. : EYRE
59. Conquered. : WON
60. Common suffixes. : ERS
61. Little one. : TOT

Answer summary: 6 unique to this puzzle, 5 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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