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New York Times, Tuesday, July 26, 1955

Author: Fred C. Jaschob
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.85, Missing: { F Q X }, Scrabble score: 304 (avg 1.61)
Open Squares: 69, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 3, XRef: 1, Spans: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 8
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© 1955, The New York TimesNo. 2,219
Across Down
1. A Philippine island. : BATAN
6. Mention. : NAME
10. "I don't mind ___." : ABIT
14. Intense. : ACUTE
15. Welsh man's name. : OWEN
16. Ice cream holder. : CONE
17. Pitched. : THREW
18. Rock. : SANDSTONE
20. Biddy. : HEN
21. The "hot corner." : THIRD
23. Cheat. : COZEN
24. Ready to sail. : ABOARD
26. Hard to manage: Dial. : ORNERY
27. State capital. : ALBANY
29. Maple. : TREE
30. Access. : DOOR
31. Behold!: Fr. : VOILA
33. Crowd. : MOB
36. Famous James M. Cain suspense story and movie. : DOUBLEINDEMNITY
40. Likely. : APT
41. Lane on a tennis court. : ALLEY
42. Repute. : ODOR
43. Lozenge, for short. : JUBE
44. Began to blossom. : BUDDED
46. Hindu poet, Nobel Prize winner, 1913. : TAGORE
49. Drive onward. : PROPEL
51. Efface. : ERASE
52. Galsworthy heroine. : IRENE
53. Silkworm. : ERI
56. Christmas décor. : MISTLETOE
58. Name: Latin. : NOMEN
60. Rind. : PEEL
61. Resort to. : SEEK
62. Imbibed. : DRANK
63. In a different manner. : ELSE
64. Secy. Brucker's new post. : ARMY
65. Typical Scotsman. : SANDY
1. English spa. : BATH
2. More than a twinge. : ACHE
3. Reversal of course. : TURNABOUT
4. Companion of 62 Across. : ATE
5. Formulator of law of gravity. : NEWTON
6. Respectful denial. : NOSIR
7. Cup or medal. : AWARD
8. Improve. : MEND
9. Put a stop to. : END
10. Start of a play. : ACTONE
11. Bootlegger's wares. : BOOZE
12. Nearer the center. : INNER
13. Very small. : TEENY
19. Hilariously entertaining person. : SCREAM
22. Fodder. : HAY
25. Sharp projection. : BARB
26. Heraldic fillet. : ORLE
27. Tributary of the Po. : ADDA
28. Chicago business center. : LOOP
29. Rather large, as a sum. : TIDY
31. Wicked. : VILE
32. United. : ONE
33. Go-between. : MIDDLEMAN
34. Nebraskan Indian. : OTOE
35. U. S. Admiral and explorer. : BYRD
37. Bay tree. : LAUREL
38. River to the North Sea. : ELBE
39. Knob. : NODE
43. Shove. : JOSTLE
44. ___ ami. : BON
45. Turns over. : UPENDS
46. Vale sacred to Apollo. : TEMPE
47. Prospero's servant. : ARIEL
48. Chemists' concerns. : GASES
49. Preface. : PROEM
50. Smoky. : REEKY
52. Roman road. : ITER
54. Split. : REND
55. Black. : INKY
57. Wage-price agency. : ESA
59. ___ pro nobis. : ORA

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 7 debuted here and reused later, 3 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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