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New York Times, Wednesday, August 24, 1955

Author: John M. Holmes, Jr.
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 5.25, Missing: { J X Z }, Scrabble score: 300 (avg 1.59)
Open Squares: 77, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 4, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 18
John M. Holmes, Jr. has 6 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1955, The New York TimesNo. 2,248
Across Down
1. Roosevelt-Churchill conference scene. : QUEBEC
7. Pick. : CHOOSE
13. Opens. : UNSEALS
15. Headlong fall: Colloq. : CROPPER
16. Stuck fast. : ADHERED
17. Workers in haberdasheries. : HATTERS
18. Petition. : SUE
19. State bordering Burma and Tibet. : ASSAM
21. Catch. : NET
22. Recluse. : HERMIT
25. Arrogant: Colloq. : UPPISH
28. Pulver of "Mr. Roberts": Abbr. : ENS
29. A long time ago. : STONEAGE
32. Antler tip. : PRONG
35. Honest-visaged. : OPENFACED
36. One of the Inner Hebrides. : IONA
37. Between Tinker and Chance. : EVERS
38. Part of a boat's keel. : SKEG
39. Typical parts. : SPECIMENS
41. Term of address for a little girl. : MISSY
42. Stud poker term. : HOLECARD
43. Lily leaf. : PAD
44. Interest from investment. : USANCE
45. Warns. : ALERTS
49. River in England. : ALN
51. First name of Jefferson's V. P. : AARON
53. Trouble. : AIL
54. Stews. : RAGOUTS
57. Repay in kind. : REQUITE
60. An excess of type, in printing. : OVERSET
61. Brusquely. : BLUNTLY
62. Turned aside (with "off"). : WARDED
63. Fries. : SAUTES
1. Suppress. : QUASH
2. Excessive. : UNDUE
3. Town in Surrey. : ESHER
4. Spelling ___. : BEE
5. Attention. : EAR
6. Pieces of wood for belaying ropes. : CLEATS
7. Climbing irons. : CRAMPONS
8. High in the 90's. : HOT
9. See 7 Across. : OPT
10. Central Park horse-drawn coaches: 2 wds. : OPENHACKS
11. Dried out. : SERE
12. First: German. : ERST
14. Scientific degrees. : SDS
15. Fraternity branches. : CHAPTERS
20. Trousers support. : SUSPENDER
23. Film villains. : MENACES
24. Common suffix. : ING
26. Arm of the Army: Abbr. : INF
27. Strand. : SEASIDE
30. Agrees with: Slang. : GEES
31. Touchy. : EDGY
32. Impatient exclamation. : PISH
33. Preceded by "El," a comedian's cigar. : ROPO
34. Car with a single-cylinder engine: Slang. : ONELUNGER
35. Stitch to prevent raveling. : OVERCAST
37. Originated. : EMANATED
40. City in Peru. : ICA
41. ___ de mer. : MAL
43. TV specialties. : PANELS
46. Star in "Pajama Game." : RAITT
47. Right to ownership. : TITLE
48. Weaver's reeds. : SLEYS
49. In alignment. : AROW
50. Etna's output. : LAVA
52. Eye: Poetic. : ORB
55. Fort ___, California. : ORD
56. Exercise. : USE
58. Sine ___ non. : QUA
59. Burmese Premier. : UNU

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 15 debuted here and reused later, 5 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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