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New York Times, Tuesday, October 1, 1957

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.03, Missing: { J K Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 267 (avg 1.40)
Open Squares: 73, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 5, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 5
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© 1957, The New York TimesNo. 3,017
Across Down
1. Type of mountain ridge. : SPUR
5. Soft, in music. : PIANO
10. Construction beam. : IBAR
14. Type of recording. : TAPE
15. Work of a firebug. : ARSON
16. Former Hungarian Premier. : NAGY
17. Heroic. : EPIC
18. Little old man of folklore. : LEPRECHAUN
20. Yankee from Oklahoma. : MANTLE
22. Full of zeal: Colloq. : ENTHUSED
23. Made of cereal grass. : OATEN
25. "Unaccustomed as ___ . . . " : IAM
26. Frame of mind. : SPIRITS
29. Cul-de-sac. : IMPASSE
33. Chinese name. : MAO
34. "First catch your hare," etc. : RECIPE
36. Certain ballplayers. : NATS
37. Joined (to). : ADDED
39. Pay dirt. : ORE
40. Short notes. : MEMOS
41. Spoil. : RUIN
42. Name of N.Y.C. Mayor's Mansion. : GRACIE
44. Wassail. : ALE
45. Touching. : TANGENT
47. Election loser. : ALSORAN
49. Where Pocatello is: Abbr. : IDA
50. Brilliance. : ECLAT
51. Symbol of a hearty welcome. : OPENARMS
55. Beneficial. : USEFUL
59. Plimsoll marks. : WATERLINES
61. Money in the Corso Umberto. : LIRE
62. Early guitar. : LUTE
63. Schoolgoer, in France. : ELEVE
64. Mythical queen. : LEDA
65. Disparaging remark. : SLUR
66. Gave medication. : DOSED
67. All ___ (everybody). : OFUS
1. Prow. : STEM
2. Family member. : PAPA
3. ___ arms (ready to fight). : UPIN
4. Clergyman. : RECTOR
5. Art shop purchase. : PALETTE
6. Fury. : IRE
7. Poplar tree. : ASPEN
8. Norse goddess. : NORN
9. Former. : ONETIME
10. Hard-hearted. : INHUMANE
11. Pastoral sounds. : BAAS
12. Marsh fever. : AGUE
13. Millstone support. : RYND
19. Guy. : CHAP
21. Scottish landowner. : LAIRD
24. Armed guard. : ESCORT
26. Sophisticated. : SMART
27. Home of Katharina the "Shrew." : PADUA
28. Seaweed product. : IODIN
29. Medicinal plant. : IPECAC
30. Island NE of Leyte. : SAMAR
31. Roman matron's robe. : STOLA
32. Ruhr city. : ESSEN
35. Refrain of a French song, "ça ___." : IRA
38. Manage skillfully. : ENGINEER
40. Scenic hills of the West. : MESAS
42. Knotty. : GNARLED
43. Treated unkindly. : ILLUSED
46. Former state of Bombay: Var. : EDAR
48. Verdi opera. : OTELLO
50. Feudal servitors. : ESNES
51. Birds having a weird cry. : OWLS
52. King of Greece. : PAUL
53. Caesar's "You, too!" : ETTU
54. Italian name of Greek island. : MILO
56. Heritable land, in the feudal system. : FIEF
57. Language of Pakistan. : URDU
58. Grasslands. : LEAS
60. "The stag at ___ . . . " : EVE

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 4 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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