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New York Times, Thursday, March 14, 1957

Author:
Madeline Corse
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 37, Avg Word Len: 4.82, Missing: { K Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 285 (avg 1.52)
Open Squares: 64, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 8, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 10
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© 1957, The New York TimesNo. 2,816
Across
1. Title for Eisenhower: Abbr. : CINC
5. Pronoun. : HER
8. Intervals. : SPACES
14. With: Fr. : AVEC
15. Prayer. : AVE
16. Sock pattern. : ARGYLL
17. Latin Quarter native. : PARISIAN
19. Unavailing. : FEEBLE
20. Support for a hot dish. : TRIVET
21. Submit. : OBEY
23. Oath: Ger. : EID
24. Signal code. : WIGWAG
26. Sea birds. : ERNS
27. Sudden transitions. : LEAPS
31. With a heart of stone. : INHUMAN
33. ___ expense (gratis). : ATNO
34. ___ de Calais (Strait of Dover). : PAS
35. Publicized. : AIRED
37. Design. : PATTERN
39. Jogged along. : TROTTED
41. Fall from grace. : LAPSE
42. Command. : BID
43. Commercial center of Hawaii. : HILO
44. Meatball. : RISSOLE
46. Headline word for March 27. : OSCAR
47. Behold: Lat. : ECCE
49. Habituated. : INURED
51. Member of race of the Punjab. : JAT
52. Arabian gulf. : ADEN
53. Alice and George. : GOBELS
58. Place in isolation. : ENISLE
60. Sporting events. : DOGRACES
62. Protective covering. : COCOON
63. Cockney's idol. : ERO
64. Surprised exclamations. : AHAS
65. Special china. : TEASET
66. Directed. : RAN
67. Yahoo. : LOUT
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1. Officer: Abbr. : CAPT
2. Match King Kreuger. : IVAR
3. St. Philip ___. : NERI
4. 204. : CCIV
5. Port-au-Prince is its capital. : HAITI
6. Heroine of 1851. : EVA
7. Glories. : RENOWNS
8. Radar, for instance. : SAFEGUARD
9. Victim. : PREY
10. Stone or Bronze. : AGE
11. Relating to a mechanical man. : CYBERNETIC
12. Mrs. Berlin. : ELLIN
13. Vehicles on runners. : SLEDS
18. Hems. : SEWS
22. Word of contempt. : BAH
25. Part of Menotti's name. : GIAN
26. Rare ___. : EARTHS
27. Circuit. : LAP
28. Relative of etc. : ETAL
29. Scene of Deep-freeze. : ANTARCTICA
30. Stew with dumplings. : POTPIE
32. "O Sole ___." : MIO
34. Ben-Zvi, for example. : PRESIDENT
36. Rue ___ Paix. : DELA
38. Letter. : ESS
39. Style of pinafore. : TIER
40. Beetle. : DOR
42. Flounder. : BLUNDER
45. Indivisible. : ONE
46. Fragrance. : ODOR
47. Drive out. : EJECT
48. Craft with sponsons. : CANOE
50. Incite. : EGGON
52. Drug plant. : ALOE
54. False god. : BAAL
55. Well-known oread. : ECHO
56. Il tombe de ___ (it is raining: Fr.). : LEAU
57. Hissing sound. : SSST
59. Signal for help. : SOS
61. ___ pro nobis. : ORA

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 8 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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