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New York Times, Wednesday, November 13, 1957

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 32, Avg Word Len: 5.22, Missing: { F K Q V X Z }, Scrabble score: 276 (avg 1.43)
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Students & seniors
Across
1. A long, long time. : AGES
5. Oxford. : SHOE
9. Garb of a Roman matron. : STOLA
14. Historic spot visited by Elizabeth II. : JAMESTOWN
16. Of a certain halogen. : IODIC
17. The old school. : ALMAMATER
18. Night sound. : SNORE
19. McCormick's invention. : REAPER
20. All worn out: Colloq. : DOGTIRED
22. Wood strip. : LATH
24. Old manorial court. : LEET
25. Becomes sunny after a storm. : CLEARSUP
29. Bargains (with). : TREATS
33. Inclines. : LEANS
34. Gentle people. : LAMBS
36. Surpass. : CAP
37. Church section. : APSE
38. Asiatic peninsula. : MALAY
39. Half: Prefix. : SEMI
40. Sault ___ Marie. : STE
41. Lover of money. : MISER
42. Golden. : AURIC
43. Greeting, Eastern style. : SALAAM
45. Relative of a doodle. : SCRIBBLE
47. Early king of Sweden. : ERIC
49. Kind of oak tree. : HOLM
50. Two continents. : AMERICAS
54. Looked like a villain. : LEERED
58. Canada's highest peak. : LOGAN
59. Hightower or Tallchief. : BALLERINA
61. Send spirits soaring. : ELATE
62. Populous Washington suburb. : ARLINGTON
63. Passover feast. : SEDER
64. Portray. : LIMN
65. Affluence. : EASE
Down
1. Not in harmony. : AJAR
2. Wind. : GALE
3. Austen character. : EMMA
4. Dumbo, for example. : SEAPLANE
5. Fits' companion. : STARTS
6. Impetuous. : HOT
7. Bore, as malice. : OWED
8. Matriculate. : ENROL
9. Regan and Cordelia. : SISTERS
10. Marquee word. : TONITE
11. Scent. : ODOR
12. Milanese money. : LIRE
13. Served like Hoad. : ACED
15. Does finger painting. : SMEARS
21. Pass. : GETBY
23. Dances. : HULAS
25. Genus. : CLASS
26. Ancient Greek coins : LEPTA
27. Painter's frame. : EASEL
28. Pickets. : PALES
30. Bitter. : ACERB
31. Dravidian language. : TAMIL
32. Make piquant. : SPICE
35. Piece of music. : MARCH
38. Simulate. : MIMIC
39. Suppress. : SUBMERGE
41. Sea dog. : MARINER
42. Girl's name. : AILEEN
44. Oxygenize. : AERATE
46. Arrive, usually in large numbers. : ROLLIN
48. Junto. : CABAL
50. Brews. : ALES
51. Jetty. : MOLE
52. Softened oath. : EGAD
53. Colorful wrap-around. : SARI
55. Gam or Moreno. : RITA
56. Biblical name. : ENOS
57. Native of Helsingör. : DANE
60. Law degree. : LLM

Answer summary: 5 debuted here and reused later, 1 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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