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New York Times, Wednesday, June 12, 1957

Author: Jack Luzzatto
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 31, Avg Word Len: 5.39, Missing: { F J Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 285 (avg 1.47)
Open Squares: 98, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 14
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© 1957, The New York TimesNo. 2,906
Across Down
1. Arrangement. : DISPOSAL
9. Stall in the doldrums. : BECALM
15. Final. : ULTIMATE
16. Land of the millennium. : UTOPIA
17. Mournful tone from a trumpet. : BLUENOTE
18. Margaret Truman ___. : DANIEL
19. Bucolic nickname. : LUM
20. Accustomed. : INURED
22. German philosopher. : KANT
23. Russian log hut. : ISBA
25. The opposite camp. : ENEMY
26. Female ruff. : REE
27. Ohio city where McKinley was born. : NILES
29. Degree in education: Abbr. : EDB
30. Beamed out. : RAYED
32. Leveled off. : EVENED
34. Desert prince. : EMIR
36. Altar screen. : REREDOS
38. Skulking coward. : DASTARD
42. Historic city in India. : AGRA
43. Stowe character. : LEGREE
44. Corsica, to the French. : CORSE
47. Measurements in the lab. : CCS
50. Scarlet-leaved shrub. : SUMAC
51. Tint. : HUE
52. Fatigue symptoms. : ACHES
54. Molar: Comb. form. : MYLO
55. Tamarisk salt tree. : ATLE
57. Contemporary. : COEVAL
59. Among. : MID
60. Polish, for example. : SLAVIC
62. Half crescent, in geometry. : SEMILUNE
64. Visitor from outer space. : METEOR
65. Wayfarer. : TRAVELER
66. Breastbones. : STERNA
67. Drought result. : SERENESS
1. Joycean character. : DUBLINER
2. Deceptive. : ILLUSIVE
3. Blundering speaker. : STUMBLER
4. Frozen dish. : PIE
5. Prefix meaning "all." : OMNI
6. It joins the Rhone at Lyons. : SAONE
7. Put in accord. : ATTUNE
8. Made a face. : LEERED
9. Dear old pal. : BUDDY
10. Greek 7. : ETA
11. ___ out (fail, as a motor): Slang. : CONK
12. Home of certain insects. : APIARY
13. One with a claim against him. : LIENEE
14. Soda fountain order. : MALTED
21. Fix firmly. : EMBED
24. Epic hero. : AENEAS
28. Rough grass. : SEDGE
30. Stands. : RISES
31. Type of eraser. : ARTGUM
33. Beetle. : DOR
35. ___ du pays (homesickness): Fr. : MAL
37. Vanzetti's partner. : SACCO
39. Military mascot. : ARMYMULE
40. Straightens again. : REALINES
41. Cryptanalysts. : DECODERS
44. Abysses. : CHASMS
45. Electrical convenience. : OUTLET
46. Tell. : RELATE
48. Trunks. : CHESTS
49. Harsh. : SEVERE
52. Capital of Ghana. : ACCRA
53. Philippine Island. : SAMAR
56. Always. : EVER
58. In the flesh, on TV. : LIVE
61. ___ trap, TV tube brightener. : ION
63. Man's nickname. : LEN

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 13 debuted here and reused later, 4 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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