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New York Times, Monday, May 2, 1955

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.97, Missing: { J K Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 288 (avg 1.52)
Open Squares: 68, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 12
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© 1955, The New York TimesNo. 2,134
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1. Tributary of the Mississippi. : OHIO
5. ___ school. : PREP
9. Thin cake. : WAFER
14. Trust. : RELY
15. First-rate. : AONE
16. "___ Mio." : OSOLE
17. Earthen vessel. : CASSEROLE
19. Buddhist sacred city. : LHASA
20. Loathe. : DETEST
21. Disentangled. : RAVELED
23. Actress Terry. : ELLEN
25. Marshall's title: Abbr. : GEN
26. At a distance: Poet. : AFAR
29. Elicitor. : EDUCER
31. Main and Elm. : STS
34. Dickens character. : DOMBEY
36. Pertaining to belief in one God. : THEISTIC
38. Indo-European: Var. : ARIAN
39. Jacqueline's friend. : AMI
40. Snow: Fr. : NEIGE
41. Cupbearer of the gods. : GANYMEDE
43. Polyp growing in feather-shaped colonies. : SEAPEN
44. Center of a hurricane. : EYE
45. In the style of Norse mythology. : EDDAIC
47. "Bird thou never ___ . . . " : WERT
48. Defense arm. : USN
49. Trunk. : TORSO
51. Foe of crime "comic" books. : WERTHAM
55. Kind of acid. : NITRIC
58. Lessen. : ABATE
59. Toilers of Disneyland. : ANIMATORS
62. Basketball player, in headlines. : CAGER
63. Pitfall. : TRAP
64. Late Louisianan Long. : HUEY
65. Singular people. : ONERS
66. Author Zinsser. : HANS
67. River to the North Sea. : YSER
1. Grampus. : ORC
2. Large, compact bud. : HEAD
3. German girl's name. : ILSE
4. Roosevelt territory. : OYSTERBAY
5. Aromatic herb. : PARSLEY
6. Established. : ROOTED
7. Increased in size: Abbr. : ENL
8. Nobleman. : PEER
9. Native of Michigan. : WOLVERINE
10. Gray. : ASHEN
11. Native Dancer, in 1951. : FOAL
12. Other. : ELSE
13. Peruse. : READ
18. Teleost fish. : EEL
22. Askew: Dial. : AGEE
24. Kernel. : NUTMEAT
26. Proverb. : ADAGE
27. Pillage. : FORAY
28. Ammonium compound. : AMINE
30. Greek letter. : CHI
31. Fern stalk. : STIPE
32. Paper ___, Chinese epithet. : TIGER
33. Fragrance. : SCENT
35. Entanglers. : ENMESHERS
37. Safe in rough weather. : SEAWORTHY
39. State further. : ADD
42. Poetess Millay. : EDNA
43. Is ungenerous. : SCRIMPS
46. Inhabitant of ancient Asia Minor. : IONIAN
48. Total. : UTTER
50. Penn. or Grand Central: Abbr. : STA
51. Texas city. : WACO
52. Israeli U. N. representative. : EBAN
53. Violence. : RAGE
54. School subject: Colloq. : MATH
56. Creditor's assets. : IOUS
57. Algonquin Indian. : CREE
60. Agency of the '30s. : NRA
61. Member of the Arab League: Abbr. : SYR

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 9 debuted here and reused later, 3 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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