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New York Times, Tuesday, May 31, 1955

Author:
Victor Goldfarb
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 42, Avg Word Len: 4.69, Missing: { J Q }, Scrabble score: 291 (avg 1.59)
Open Squares: 52, Cheaters: 10, FITB: 4, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 7 Grid is asymmetric.
Victor Goldfarb has 17 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1955, The New York TimesNo. 2,163

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Across
1. British conveyances. : TRAMS
6. Representative Powell. : ADAM
10. Type of sea shell. : ABALONE
12. Pretense of courage. : BRAVADO
15. Feature of the editorial page. : CARTOON
16. Begin. : ENTERON
17. Before, for a poet. : ERE
18. Knoblike. : NODAL
20. Joint. : ANKLE
21. Egyptian symbol. : ASP
22. Extremely. : TOO
24. ___ digger. : GOLD
25. Benson's middle name. : TAFT
28. Inexpensive cut of meat. : STEWBEEF
31. Having a sharp temper. : ACRID
33. Seeped through slowly. : OOZED
34. Musical Calloway. : CAB
37. Hot countries. : TROPICS
39. Place for a pupil. : EYEBALL
41. Moment: Colloq. : SEC
42. Part of a cap. : VISOR
44. Racket. : NOISE
45. Part of the KKK. : KLAN
47. Sinbad's transportation. : ROC
49. Winter weather. : SNOW
50. Surface of a thing. : FACE
52. Slogan. : CRY
54. Kind of tray. : ASH
56. Tumults. : RIOTS
58. Exercise. : EXERT
60. Resort in French Pyrenees. : PAU
63. Lifting the spirits. : ELATING
65. Ropes. : LARIATS
67. Wanderers from the flock. : ESTRAYS
68. Base of operations. : STATION
69. Dotted with small figures. : SEME
70. Throng. : SWARM
Down
1. Piece of metal in a certain shape. : TBAR
2. Excellent. : RARE
3. Height: Abbr. : ALT
4. Satellites of Saturn. : MOONS
5. Noses around. : SNOOPS
6. Name noted in Kansas. : ARN
7. Statistical information. : DATA
8. Exact an eye for an eye. : AVENGE
9. Biblical expression. : MARKOFCAIN
10. What Wes calls Robinson. : ACE
11. Recipient of a forward pass. : END
12. Weather prediction. : BELOWZERO
13. Toy. : DOLL
14. United. : ONED
19. Polynesian god. : ATEO
21. Tilted. : ATIP
23. Follow instructions. : OBEY
25. Works with a shuttle. : TATS
26. Israeli port. : ACRE
27. Prince Alberts. : FROCKCOATS
29. Do this to a salad. : TOSS
30. Distinguished Briton. : EDEN
32. Opera singer. : DIVA
35. Synonym for 22 Across. : ALSO
36. Puffed. : BLEW
38. Commander in Chief. : CINC
40. Nonsense. : BOSH
43. African antelope. : ORYX
46. ___ de cachet (sealed warrant). : LETTRE
48. Weights. : CARATS
50. Independent. : FREE
51. Troubles. : AILS
53. Rules: Abbr. : REGS
55. Hat material. : STRAW
57. Gulf of ___. : SIAM
59. Disappearing railways. : ELS
60. Brace. : PAIR
61. Mighty little thing. : ATOM
62. Part of the armed forces. : USN
64. Aneurin. : NYE
66. Est ___ (so it is): Latin. : ITA

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 4 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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