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New York Times, Thursday, March 28, 1957

Author: A. H. Drummond, Jr.
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.16, Missing: { J Q X Y Z }, Scrabble score: 280 (avg 1.47)
Open Squares: 75, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 7
A. H. Drummond, Jr. has 69 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1957, The New York TimesNo. 2,830
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1. Elia. : LAMB
5. Another name. : ALIAS
10. Abbreviation in chemistry. : ATNO
14. Extent. : AREA
15. Jog. : NUDGE
16. Scorch. : CHAR
17. Stravinsky. : IGOR
18. Skill in the garden. : GREENTHUMB
20. Practical. : DOWNTOEARTH
22. Intermediate: Comb. form. : MES
23. Gem stone. : SARD
24. Poetic foot. : IAMB
26. Nova ___. : SCOTIA
29. Role for Ava Gardner. : CONTESSA
33. Musical round. : CANON
34. Knightly challenge. : GAGE
35. Solar disk. : ATEN
36. But: Ger. : ABER
37. Anything superfluous. : FRILL
38. Missile. : DART
39. Author O'Flaherty. : LIAM
40. Succession. : LINE
41. Puzzle term. : SOLVE
42. Impala or bongo. : ANTELOPE
44. Hooded. : COWLED
45. Lined up. : AROW
46. Spanker or jib. : SAIL
47. Timetable abbreviation. : EST
49. No top-notcher. : SECONDRATER
55. Man from the loan company. : SKIPTRACER
57. Enthusiastic praise: Colloq. : RAVE
58. Duration. : TIME
59. Between: Fr. : ENTRE
60. Abstract painter (1879–1940). : KLEE
61. Once more. : ANEW
62. Hoppers. : TOADS
63. Summon (with "for"). : SEND
1. Hoarded (with "up"). : LAID
2. Vessel for a lengthy voyage. : ARGO
3. Animal sound. : MEOW
4. Many an early aviator. : BARNSTORMER
5. Fine wool. : ANGORA
6. Enticed. : LURED
7. Opinion. : IDEA
8. Ripening element. : AGER
9. Lookout. : SENTINEL
10. German exclamation. : ACH
11. Cousin of a thimble. : THUMBSTALL
12. Style. : NAME
13. Symbols of royalty. : ORBS
19. In ___ (because). : THAT
21. Tin foil for mirrors. : TAIN
25. Songbirds. : MEADOWLARKS
26. Milan's La ___. : SCALA
27. Type of dwelling. : CABIN
28. Individually. : ONEATATIME
29. Ship in a novel. : CAINE
30. Make eyes at. : OGLE
31. Hoad's specialty. : SERVE
32. Paid in. : ANTED
34. Valise. : GRIP
37. Part of a daisy or dandelion. : FLOWERET
41. Evening in Paris. : SOIR
43. Missing. : LOST
44. Groups of staff officers. : CADRES
46. Bergen foil. : SNERD
47. Part of Spanish "to be." : ESTA
48. Hide. : SKIN
50. "Arma virumque ___ . . . " : CANO
51. Eight: Comb.form. : OCTA
52. Scheherazade specialty. : TALE
53. All tied up. : EVEN
54. Oboe. : REED
56. Seat. : PEW

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 4 debuted here and reused later, 3 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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