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New York Times, Tuesday, December 3, 1957

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 35, Avg Word Len: 5.00, Missing: { J Q V X Z }, Scrabble score: 287 (avg 1.51)
Open Squares: 66, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 5
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© 1957, The New York TimesNo. 3,080
Across Down
1. Jokers. : WAGS
5. Horatian and Pindaric. : ODES
9. Restrain. : STAY
13. French dugout. : ABRI
14. Balmacaan. : COAT
15. Gateway to a Shinto temple. : TORII
17. Beginning of a famous speech. : FOURSCORE
19. Miscalculated. : ERRED
20. Name. : DUB
21. Theatrical acclaim. : CURTAINCALL
23. Recipient of the above. : STAR
25. "___ Pinafore." : HMS
26. Dr. Jekyll. : HYDE
27. Amo, amas, amat. : LATIN
29. Brooms. : BESOMS
31. Style of furniture. : ADAM
32. Breakfast item. : BUN
33. Laded, as water. : BAILED
37. Escort: Colloq. : TAKEOUT
39. Where hides are processed. : TANNERY
40. Constructs. : ERECTS
41. Poetic contraction. : OER
42. Kind of plum. : GAGE
43. Greek goddess. : ATHENA
45. Rest: Fr. : REPOS
46. Wyatt of the West. : EARP
49. Uncle: Dial. : EME
50. Australian parrot. : LORY
51. Item on a campaigner's itinerary. : WHISTLESTOP
54. Poetic contraction. : EER
57. God of the winds. : EOLUS
58. Not original. : READYMADE
60. Edible fish. : SMELT
61. Stick. : GLUE
62. Jejune. : ARID
63. Optics. : EYES
64. Salamanders. : EFTS
65. Phrase used in ratios. : ISTO
1. Egyptian political group. : WAFD
2. Leigh Hunt hero. : ABOU
3. Outfit a prospector. : GRUBSTAKE
4. Knight's title. : SIR
5. Come about. : OCCUR
6. Gateway. : DOOR
7. Made of clay. : EARTHEN
8. Cooks in a certain way. : STEAMS
9. British machine gun. : STEN
10. Type of entertainer. : TORCHSINGER
11. Panoply. : ARRAY
12. Concede. : YIELD
16. Faineant. : IDLE
18. Determine the rhythm of. : SCAN
22. Line on a weather map. : ISOBAR
24. Trove for future historians. : TIMECAPSULE
27. Modern. : LATE
28. Jewish month. : ADAR
29. Save. : BUT
30. Operate. : MAN
32. Four pecks. : BUSHEL
34. Calendar phenomena. : LEAPYEARS
35. Hence. : ERGO
36. Cochineal and henna. : DYES
38. Bill Terry's successor. : OTT
39. "___ For Two." : TEA
41. Reflexive pronoun. : ONESELF
44. Come out. : EMERGE
45. Stringy. : ROPY
46. Ovine animals. : EWES
47. "O give me ___ . . . " : AHOME
48. William Bendix role. : RILEY
50. Comstock and others. : LODES
52. Exclamations enjoining silence. : TSTS
53. High-strung. : TAUT
55. Prepare copy. : EDIT
56. Fix a new coiffure. : REDO
59. Avril, ___, Juin. : MAI

Answer summary: 5 debuted here and reused later, 7 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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