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New York Times, Tuesday, March 5, 1957

Author: Cora Goodman
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 39, Avg Word Len: 5.17, Missing: { J Q }, Scrabble score: 295 (avg 1.59)
Open Squares: 60, Cheaters: 12, FITB: 2, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 7
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© 1957, The New York TimesNo. 2,807
Across Down
1. 1955 Kentucky Derby winner. : SWAPS
6. Sirens of the 1920's. : VAMPS
11. Weighty. : SERIOUS
13. Respects. : REVERES
15. Crush under foot. : TRAMPLE
16. Pressing. : EXIGENT
17. Ornamental vase. : URN
18. Capered. : SKIPPED
20. Calendar abbreviation. : MAR
21. High calorie fruit. : FIGS
23. Fillet. : SNOOD
24. Dictator in the news. : TITO
25. Convict. : FELON
27. Be mistaken. : ERR
28. Ruminant animal. : SHEEP
29. First appearance. : DEBUT
31. Artists. : ETCHERS
33. Prepare for print. : EDIT
35. Prosecutor. : SUER
36. Throat ailments. : GARGLES
39. Disband troops: Slang. : DEMOB
42. Fur. : SABLE
43. ___ West. : MAE
45. "___ is an island . . . " : NOMAN
47. Earth. : CLAY
48. Narrow points of land. : SPITS
50. Building lot. : SITE
51. Everyone. : ALL
52. Battery member. : PITCHER
54. Article. : THE
55. Treat as a celebrity. : LIONIZE
57. Ordained. : ENACTED
59. Contributed. : DONATED
60. Playful mischief. : ROGUERY
61. Camping accessories. : TENTS
62. Section of a symphony orchestra. : REEDS
1. Compact, as soldiers in rank. : SERRIED
2. Argue. : WRANGLE
3. Object. : AIM
4. Boston's summer concerts. : POPS
5. Pouts. : SULKS
6. Irritated. : VEXED
7. Eager. : AVID
8. One of the Marches. : MEG
9. Ben-Gurion, for example. : PREMIER
10. Legislative bodies. : SENATES
11. Household goods. : STUFF
12. Rouen's river. : SEINE
13. Official statements. : REPORTS
14. Hone. : STROP
19. Minute opening. : PORE
22. Quietly. : SOBERLY
24. Lunchbox item. : THERMOS
26. Prod. : NUDGE
28. Brightness. : SHEEN
30. Sesame. : TIL
32. Rumen. : CUD
34. Enticed. : TEMPTED
36. Light Dutch merchant ship. : GALLIOT
37. Sea-ear. : ABALONE
38. Levantine boat. : SAIC
40. Left out. : OMITTED
41. Swimmers. : BATHERS
42. Blanch, in cookery. : SCALD
44. Clear sky. : ETHER
46. Indigent. : NEEDY
48. Jumbo, colossal, etc. : SIZES
49. Spanish title. : SENOR
52. Early British statesman. : PITT
53. White heat. : RAGE
56. Girl's nickname. : NAN
58. Signal. : CUE

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 6 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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