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New York Times, Friday, June 21, 1957

Author:
Jules Arensberg
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 32, Avg Word Len: 5.22, Missing: { J K Q Z }, Scrabble score: 313 (avg 1.62)
Open Squares: 79, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 9, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 12
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Across
1. Mechanical device. : PAWL
5. Playa clay. : ADOBE
10. Pahlevi. : SHAH
14. Butterine. : OLEO
15. Flower part. : CALYX
16. Carry on. : WAGE
17. Symbol of a rural community. : MAINSTREET
19. Seed coating. : ARIL
20. Game. : PINGPONG
21. Occurring haphazardly. : RANDOM
23. Without: Fr. : SANS
24. Manufacturer's mark. : LABEL
25. Golfer's iron. : MASHIE
28. Amazed. : WIDEEYED
31. Author Sinclair. : UPTON
32. Two-reel movie. : SHORT
33. Actor Wallach. : ELI
34. Worry. : FRET
35. Full of life: Slang. : BEANY
36. English river. : AVON
37. Outdo. : TOP
38. "Like Niobe, all ___."—Hamlet. : TEARS
39. Dress material. : CREPE
40. ___ of (for). : INBEHALF
42. Rancor. : HATRED
43. Tall tales. : YARNS
44. Italian port. : BARI
45. Compute. : CASTUP
47. Opposed to starboard. : PORTSIDE
51. Certain returns in tennis. : OUTS
52. Item on an editorial page. : OPENLETTER
54. Cordon ___, former French decoration. : BLEU
55. Jargon. : LINGO
56. "There ___ time like the present." : ISNO
57. Additional: Abbr. : SUPP
58. Bequeath. : ENDOW
59. Islets. : CAYS
Down
1. Splendor. : POMP
2. Asian mountain range. : ALAI
3. Hock, for example: Ger. : WEIN
4. Not by a ___. : LONGSHOT
5. Part of a play. : ACTONE
6. Mends. : DARNS
7. Designer Cassini. : OLEG
8. Unplayed hole in golf match. : BYE
9. Describing some wines. : EXTRADRY
10. Foster's river. : SWANEE
11. Refrain from a "Pinafore" song. : HARDLYEVER
12. Exchange premium. : AGIO
13. Wheel, rudder, etc. : HELM
18. "The Rain in ___." : SPAIN
22. Encourage. : ABET
24. Columbians. : LIONS
25. Civies. : MUFTI
26. Part of a stage. : APRON
27. Inchmeal. : STEPBYSTEP
28. Jetty. : WHARF
29. Wed in haste. : ELOPE
30. Supped. : DINED
32. Christmas ___. : SEALS
35. Tall, thin person. : BEANPOLE
36. Tasteful. : ARTISTIC
38. ___way. : THRU
39. Menu. : CARTE
41. Leaves nothing of. : EATSUP
42. Astronomer Shapley. : HARLOW
44. Kind of drum. : BONGO
45. Short, thick set horses. : COBS
46. Hawaiian tree. : AULU
47. Hang fire. : PEND
48. "___ Sin to Tell a Lie." : ITSA
49. Gainsay. : DENY
50. Cupid. : EROS
53. Brooch. : PIN

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 11 debuted here and reused later, 3 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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