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Maura B. Jacobson
Maura B. Jacobson

New York Times, Saturday, February 2, 1957

Author: Maura Jacobson
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 32, Avg Word Len: 5.22, Missing: { K Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 283 (avg 1.47)
Open Squares: 79, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 4, XRef: 2, Spans: 2, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 7
Maura B. Jacobson has 63 pre-Shortz puzzles and 3 Shortz Era puzzles in our database.
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© 1957, The New York TimesNo. 2,776
Across Down
1. Musical finale. : CODA
5. Elephant in a juvenile series. : BABAR
10. Long ago: Arch. : ERST
14. Completed. : OVER
15. Logician's term for fallacies. : IDOLA
16. Shakespearean "Indeed!" : GOTO
17. Freight train unit. : REFRIGERATORCAR
20. Couturier's product. : ENSEMBLE
21. International document. : TREATY
22. Graf ___. : SPEE
23. Stout and porter. : ALES
24. Handy item for baby. : MITTEN
27. Gratification. : PLEASURE
31. First name of "Happy Hunting" star. : ETHEL
32. Landed Scotchman. : LAIRD
33. Golfer Snead. : SAM
34. Neunkirchen's locale. : SAAR
35. Feature of 34 Across. : MINES
36. Golfer Sarazen. : GENE
37. Hgt. : ALT
38. Foreign Secretary under Attlee. : BEVIN
39. Canalboat. : BARGE
40. Physical. : SYSTEMIC
42. Man with a shipping problem. : NASSER
43. Supreme Court Justice. : REED
44. Vex. : ROIL
45. Sixth planet from the sun. : SATURN
48. Dietitian's concern. : NUTRIENT
52. Famous man from Illinois. : ERNESTHEMINGWAY
54. Sabres. : JETS
55. ___ sight (beyond reach). : OUTOF
56. Fiber plant. : HEMP
57. Part of a derrick. : MAST
58. Bedtime ritual for children. : STORY
59. Magnolia. : TREE
1. Part of an armature. : CORE
2. Kiln. : OVEN
3. Parties to trials: Abbr. : DEFS
4. Cop in action. : ARRESTER
5. Great bell in London. : BIGBEN
6. Girl's name. : ADELE
7. Drill. : BORE
8. ___ Newburg. : ALA
9. Certain reptiles. : RATTLERS
10. Outlet. : EGRESS
11. Cape in Portugal, westernmost point of Europe. : ROCA
12. Office copy, for short. : STAT
13. Reactionary. : TORY
18. Constrain. : IMPEL
19. Echo, for instance. : OREAD
23. Unnaturalized one. : ALIEN
24. Coloradan scenery. : MESAS
25. NATO member. : ITALY
26. "___ the way the money goes . . . " : THATS
27. Delight, as an audience: Slang. : PANIC
28. Those interested in Suez clearance. : USERS
29. Cattle country. : RANGE
30. Turkish title. : EMEER
32. Black and blue. : LIVID
35. Items in the attic. : MEMENTOS
36. Illumination. : GASLIGHT
38. Ginger and root. : BEERS
39. Relative of 32 Across. : BAIRN
41. Most reliable. : TRUEST
42. Inform. : NOTIFY
44. Gossip's tidbit. : RUMOR
45. Polish Parliament. : SEJM
46. Circuit. : AREA
47. Blasting substances. : TNTS
48. Clear: Sp. : NETO
49. Pitcher. : EWER
50. Subject of a speech by Juliet. : NAME
51. Transcribe. : TYPE
53. Military shelter. : HUT

Answer summary: 7 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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