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New York Times, Friday, August 31, 1956

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 31, Avg Word Len: 5.39, Missing: { J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 264 (avg 1.36)
Open Squares: 72, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 12
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Students & seniors
Across
1. First word of Caesar's opus. : GALLIA
7. Easily erected building. : PREFAB
13. Third tone of a musical scale. : MEDIANT
14. Gypsy. : ROSELEE
16. Encroacher. : INVADER
17. Rooms for pitchers and linens. : EWERIES
18. Close. : NEAR
19. A firearm. : PIECE
21. Character in "I Remember Mama." : NELS
22. Samovar. : URN
23. One on the dean's list. : STUDENT
25. CIA's predecessor. : NIA
26. It is silent: Mus. : TACET
28. Infatuated. : MAD
29. Wood. : EBONY
31. Cricket team. : ELEVEN
33. Turkish Premier. : MENDERES
35. Household necessity. : IRON
37. One way of settling a dispute. : DUEL
38. Ancient Asians. : HITTITES
42. Flowers. : TULIPS
46. Pertaining to space. : AREAL
47. Copper: Lat. : AES
49. Victor ___ Hugo. : MARIE
50. Them: Span. : LOS
51. Country properties. : ESTATES
54. Magnetite. : ORE
55. Common suffixes. : ENTS
57. Variegated annual or perennial. : PHLOX
58. Hidden difficulty. : SNAG
59. Growth reached. : STATURE
61. Coat with metal again. : REPLATE
63. Tee___. : TOTALER
64. Figure in the match trust fraud. : KREUGER
65. Gained. : NETTED
66. Planned and carried out. : STAGED
Down
1. Lauris Norstad's rank. : GENERAL
2. Promote. : ADVANCE
3. Cousin of a dissembler. : LIAR
4. Youngster. : LAD
5. Awkward. : INEPT
6. Main room in a Roman house. : ATRIUM
7. Came before. : PRECEDED
8. Second-growth crop. : ROWEN
9. Common suffix. : ESE
10. House plant. : FERN
11. Conveyor of property. : ALIENOR
12. Shortest way to a place. : BEELINE
13. Kind of steak. : MINUTE
15. Tries. : ESSAYS
20. Cheese. : EDAM
23. Lacking in interest. : STERILE
24. Ancient hymns of praise. : TEDEUMS
27. Little Eva. : EVITA
30. Mrs. Spewack. : BELLA
32. Word in several Commandments. : NOT
34. Fruit of the litchi. : NUT
36. Tender of cattle. : NEATHERD
38. Healthiest. : HALEST
39. City in Lawrence County, Ohio. : IRONTON
40. Leaving a will. : TESTATE
41. Aquatic mammal. : SEAL
43. Archeological epoch. : IRONAGE
44. Violated a copyright. : PIRATED
45. American poet (1888–1916). : SEEGER
48. Wading birds. : STORKS
52. River flowing through Berlin. : SPREE
53. Exercise. : EXERT
56. Office copy: Colloq. : STAT
58. Bullet. : SLUG
60. Last month: Abbr. : ULT
62. ___ soup. : PEA

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 10 debuted here and reused later, 5 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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