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New York Times, Saturday, June 1, 1957

Author: J. F. Kelly
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 31, Avg Word Len: 5.39, Missing: { F J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 285 (avg 1.47)
Open Squares: 84, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 9
J. F. Kelly has 25 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1957, The New York TimesNo. 2,895
Across Down
1. Type of energy. : ATOMIC
7. Bevan constituent. : LABORITE
15. Princess Caroline's domain. : MONACO
16. Employs too often, as a word. : OVERUSES
17. Port on Weser River. : BREMEN
18. City in Georgia. : WAYCROSS
19. Stone: Comb. form. : LITE
20. Conveyance. : CART
22. Stop: Fr. : HALTE
23. Compass point. : ENE
24. Buckeye. : OHIOAN
26. Extended. : LAIN
27. Bell sounds. : DONGS
29. Danish girl's name. : KAREN
31. Feeder on nectar. : BEE
32. Possessed. : OWNED
34. Sports lotteries. : POOLS
36. French general. : PETAIN
38. Short-legged hunting dog. : BASSET
39. Bikini, for instance. : ATOLL
40. Gaels. : CELTS
41. Rainbow. : ARC
42. Bus terminal. : DEPOT
44. Symbol on U. S. coins. : EAGLE
48. Pigmentary layer of the eye. : UVEA
50. Deposit of silica from a geyser. : SINTER
52. King: Lat. : REX
53. Dam in the Canal Zone. : GATUN
55. Scandinavian man's name. : SVEN
56. Over. : DONE
57. Superior quality. : ELEGANCE
59. Keynoter, for example. : ORATOR
61. Until we meet again. : AUREVOIR
62. Indulge in high jinks. : CAVORT
63. Area centered about the Dardanelles. : NEAREAST
64. African animals. : HYENAS
1. Went at a leisurely pace. : AMBLED
2. Italian name for Turin. : TORINO
3. Train time, early afternoon. : ONETEN
4. Role in a musical. : MAME
5. Dessert. : ICE
6. Spiral shell. : CONCH
7. Lyrical route to Scotland. : LOWROAD
8. Hindu incarnation. : AVATAR
9. Tunisian ruler. : BEY
10. Musical group: Abbr. : ORCH
11. Bucolic. : RURAL
12. Capable of being separated. : ISOLABLE
13. Most peevish. : TESTIEST
14. Ancient ascetic. : ESSENE
21. Resort in South Carolina. : AIKEN
24. Goneril's steward, in "King Lear." : OSWALD
25. Its capital is Katmandu. : NEPAL
28. ___ town (be very successful): Slang. : GOTO
30. Pater ___. : NOSTER
33. City in Ohio. : NILES
35. "To pile ___ on Pelion." : OSSA
36. Stock Exchange phrase. : PARVALUE
37. And so on. : ETCETERA
38. Actress Davis. : BETTE
40. Change over. : CONVERT
41. Designating a task of herculean dimensions. : AUGEAN
43. Fish: Lat. : PISCIS
45. F. D. R.'s preparatory school. : GROTON
46. Girl's name. : LENORA
47. Puts into vigorous action. : EXERTS
49. Gimlet. : AUGER
51. Patriarch who "walked with God." : ENOCH
54. Part of a cathedral. : NAVE
56. Garroway of TV. : DAVE
58. Opposite of taboo, in Hawaii. : NOA
60. Beam. : RAY

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 5 debuted here and reused later, 6 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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