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New York Times, Tuesday, October 22, 1957

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.79, Missing: { F J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 295 (avg 1.58)
Open Squares: 63, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 6, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 1
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© 1957, The New York TimesNo. 3,038
Across Down
1. Route. : PATH
5. Looked over: Slang. : CASED
10. African lake. : CHAD
14. Beyond the 3-mile limit. : ASEA
15. Hokum. : APPLESAUCE
17. Surrounded. : GIRT
18. Member of the Boston Tea Party. : PAULREVERE
19. Projection. : EAR
20. "___ Yesterday." : BORN
21. Begin. : RISE
22. Outcome. : EVENT
24. Greet. : HAIL
26. Capital of West Punjab, Pakistan. : LAHORE
28. Commands. : BEHESTS
31. On the other hand. : AGAIN
32. Roof types. : DOMES
33. Fireplace shelf. : HOB
35. Diminutive of Matilda. : MAUD
36. Privateers' center during Revolutionary War. : SALEM
37. ___ Montez. : LOLA
38. Branch of knowledge. : ART
39. Nonmetallic chemical element. : BORON
40. Missouri birthplace of H. S. T. : LAMAR
41. Formally withdraws. : SECEDES
43. Evergreens. : CEDARS
44. Study. : READ
45. ___ Rebellion, 1786–87. : SHAYS
46. Minor disagreement. : SPAT
48. Musical work. : OPUS
49. 13th century. : MCC
52. Communication to a newspaper. : OPENLETTER
55. Seaman's exclamation. : YOHO
56. Battle of June 17, 1775. : BUNKERHILL
57. Humorous slang suffix. : EROO
58. Whirl. : EDDY
59. Abodes. : NESTS
60. Front-page reports. : NEWS
1. Arthurian attendant. : PAGE
2. Tiger's habitat. : ASIA
3. City in Gov. Handley's state. : TERREHAUTE
4. Homburg. : HAT
5. Gangster of the 1920's. : CAPONE
6. Isolated. : APART
7. Twirled. : SPUN
8. Building extension. : ELL
9. German article. : DER
10. Raises petty objections. : CAVILS
11. Colors. : HUES
12. Farm unit. : ACRE
13. English river. : DEE
16. World ___. : SERIES
20. Capital on the Aar. : BERN
23. Nullified. : VOID
24. Prevalent TV heroes. : HEMEN
25. Pause-filling sounds. : AHEM
26. Tibetan monk. : LAMA
27. Culture media. : AGARS
28. Philippine weapons. : BOLOS
29. English statesman and author. : THOMASMORE
30. ___ system. : SOLAR
32. Challenged. : DARED
34. Prohibits. : BARS
36. Beverage. : SODA
37. Disney canine character. : LADY
39. Insect. : BEETLE
40. Meadows. : LEAS
42. Irritable. : CRANKY
43. Surly fellows. : CHURLS
45. Hard-grained wheat. : SPELT
46. Spadelike tool. : SPUD
47. Await decision. : PEND
48. James ___, VIP of '76. : OTIS
50. Dog. : CHOW
51. Speaks lovingly. : COOS
52. Initials of a British order. : OBE
53. Water bird. : ERN
54. Article. : THE
55. Money in Kyoto. : YEN

Answer summary: 1 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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