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New York Times, Monday, March 11, 1957

Author: Helen Fasulo
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.03, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 290 (avg 1.52)
Open Squares: 75, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 3
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© 1957, The New York TimesNo. 2,813
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1. East Indian export. : HEMP
5. Feminine title. : MAAM
9. Spurn. : REPEL
14. Scene of Perry's victory. : ERIE
15. Troops. : ARMY
16. Quarter-round molding. : OVOLO
17. Popular TV star. : RINTINTIN
19. Supreme Being. : MAKER
20. An understanding. : ENTENTE
21. Association of scholars. : ACADEMY
23. Political get-together. : RALLY
25. United. : ONE
26. Frozen dessert. : FRAPPE
29. Bombers and jets. : AIRCRAFT
34. Capital of French Morocco. : RABAT
35. Ski site. : SLOPE
36. Below standard. : LOW
37. English prep school. : ETON
38. Unlocks. : OPENS
39. Short-billed wading bird. : SORA
40. Southern food staple. : YAM
41. Broadway's Daisy Mae. : ADAMS
42. Civilian clothes. : MUFTI
43. Tunny or tuna. : ALBACORE
45. Of a church season. : LENTEN
46. Two of St. Paul's epistles: Abbr. : COR
47. Draws nigh. : NEARS
49. Motive coming from within. : IMPULSE
53. Most verdant. : LUSHEST
57. Spacious. : ROOMY
58. Symbol on U. S. coins. : BALDEAGLE
60. Key West, for example. : ISLET
61. Soft, white cheese. : BRIE
62. Altimeter's indicator. : DIAL
63. Fourteen pounds. : STONE
64. Nostradamus. : SEER
65. Hamburg's waterfront. : ELBE
1. On this occasion. : HERE
2. Songstress O'Brien. : ERIN
3. Philadelphia government building. : MINT
4. Wendy's playmate. : PETERPAN
5. American League's MVP. : MANTLE
6. Kind of cooperative in Russia. : ARTEL
7. Where ___? : AMI
8. Oriental bird. : MYNA
9. Novel. : ROMANCE
10. Expert at double-talk. : EVADER
11. Bag or sack. : POKE
12. Type of school: Abbr. : ELEM
13. Small parrot. : LORY
18. Not suitable. : INAPT
22. Marine ___. : CORPS
24. Taft, Acheson, Lovett, etc. : YALEMEN
26. Odin's wife. : FREYA
27. Amount assessed. : RATAL
28. Los Alamos product. : ABOMB
30. Charged atoms. : IONS
31. Airborne. : ALOFT
32. Columbia basketball star. : FORTE
33. Well-known pen name. : TWAIN
35. Exchange blows. : SPAR
38. Perfumes. : ODORS
39. Accessory of Victorian days. : SUNSHADE
41. Altar boy. : ACOLYTE
42. Dip in a liquid: Rare. : MERSE
44. Sharp insight. : ACUMEN
45. Late Scotch showman. : LAUDER
48. Nickname of Mrs. Glenn Ford. : ELLIE
49. Lady Mountbatten. : IRIS
50. Very. : MOST
51. ___ coat. : POLO
52. Declines. : EBBS
54. Volund's brother. : EGIL
55. Piece of pie. : SLAB
56. Word element meaning far. : TELE
59. Auxiliary verb. : ARE

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later, 4 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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