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New York Times, Thursday, October 10, 1957

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 37, Avg Word Len: 5.22, Missing: { H J K Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 250 (avg 1.33)
Open Squares: 66, Cheaters: 10, FITB: 6, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 7
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© 1957, The New York TimesNo. 3,026
Across Down
1. Sphere. : REALM
6. Forest Hills winner. : GIBSON
12. More gaudy. : ARTIER
14. Arthurian damsel. : ELAINE
15. Berlin thoroughfare. : STRASSE
16. Fastened with metal bolts. : RIVETED
18. One of the Hagens. : UTA
19. Hats. : PANAMAS
21. Political action group. : ADA
22. End up. : LAND
24. Ice pinnacle. : SERAC
25. Seed covering. : ARIL
26. Bound by. : UNDER
28. Card game. : GIN
29. Shakespeare's "tricksy spirit." : ARIEL
30. Got on. : FARED
32. Be obliging enough. : PLEASE
33. Annapolis graduates. : ENSIGNS
36. Dull pedagogs. : PEDANTS
37. Muskie is ___ Governor. : MAINES
38. One of the Cavalier poets. : CAREW
39. All: Lat. : OMNES
40. ___-de-sac. : CUL
41. Moroccan port. : RABAT
45. Links places. : TEES
46. Not ___ (fairly good). : SOBAD
48. Of ___ (formerly). : YORE
49. And so forth. : ETC
50. Museum director. : CURATOR
52. Attain. : WIN
53. Lizard or iguana. : SAURIAN
55. Puzzles. : ENIGMAS
57. Settled routine. : GROOVE
58. Cotton cloth. : SATEEN
59. Fisherman. : SEINER
60. Formative years. : TEENS
1. Stem for wickerwork. : RATTAN
2. Trip, to carry a message. : ERRAND
3. ___ loss. : ATA
4. Speech imperfection. : LISP
5. Homes of cliff dwellers. : MESAS
6. Language of Europe. : GERMAN
7. Of the hipbone. : ILIAC
8. Natives of Munich: Abbr. : BAVS
9. German pronoun. : SIE
10. Canadian. : ONTARIAN
11. The Hundred ___ Cases. : NEEDIEST
13. Backs out. : RENEGES
15. Member of a Moro tribe. : SULU
17. River rapids. : DALLES
20. Dull. : ARID
23. Describes exactly. : DEFINES
25. Sunken court. : AREAWAY
27. Fits of temper. : RAGES
29. Tree of the birch family. : ALDER
31. Important workers: Abbr: : RNS
32. Through. : PER
33. Gets overly dramatic. : EMOTES
34. Labels. : NAMETAGS
35. Easy work, high pay. : SINECURE
36. Tastes. : PALATES
38. Where Columbus landed, 1492. : CUBA
40. Companion of a nook. : CORNER
42. Fighters at Crecy. : BOWMEN
43. Early Christians. : ARIANS
44. Certain greenbacks. : TENS
46. Smoothly polite. : SUAVE
47. English movie actor. : DONAT
50. Plant bud. : CION
51. Formal procedure. : RITE
54. Ruler of a royaume. : ROI
56. Opposite of haw. : GEE

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 4 debuted here and reused later.

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