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New York Times, Monday, September 5, 1955

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 31, Avg Word Len: 5.24, Missing: { B K Q V Y Z }
Open Squares: 78, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 6, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 15
PS notes: Uncorrectable grid mistake at 33-Down—entry should be ERST.
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© 1955, The New York TimesNo. 2,260
Across Down
1. Aglaia, Thalia and Euphrosyne. : 3GRACES
8. Describing the magic boots of folklore. : 7LEAGUE
15. Sandy. : ARENOSE
16. Mild disorder. : AILMENT
17. Be made up (of). : CONSIST
18. Former heavyweight in the ring. : GALENTO
19. Bushy clump of ivy. : TOD
20. Minor. : LESSER
22. Sign of the times. : NEON
23. Popular song of the past. : SMILES
25. Movable mountain. : OSSA
27. Nickname of Lincoln's son. : TAD
28. Group of unions. : CIO
29. ___ blanche. : CARTE
34. British C. I. C. in 1915. : HAIG
36. Participants in a seaside sport. : SURFRIDERS
38. Adds up (to). : AMOUNTS
40. Swizzle stick. : MUDDLER
41. Contenders for the Davis Cup. : TENNISTEAM
43. Ultimate. : LAST
44. Home of the Krupps. : ESSEN
45. Recognize. : OWN
46. Actor Harrison. : REX
47. Military assistant. : AIDE
49. Scholarly showoff. : PEDANT
52. "The Conning Tower" was ___ column. : FPAS
56. Steel beam. : GIRDER
58. Pinnacle. : TOR
59. Resort near San Diego, Calif. : LAJOLLA
61. Scholarly. : ERUDITE
63. Walking-on-air feeling. : ELATION
64. Certain students. : SENIORS
65. Suited to the occasion. : APROPOS
66. Members of a monastic order. : ESSENES
1. Playwright's usual scheme. : 3ACTS
2. Make neat or tidy. : GROOM
3. Performances. : RENDITIONS
4. The solution: Abbr. : ANS
5. Tortile. : COILED
6. Pronunciation hazards. : ESSES
7. Cliques. : SETS
8. From the cradle to the grave. : 7AGESOFMAN
9. Members of a famous Wisconsin club. : LIARS
10. Letter of the alphabet. : ELL
11. So be it. : AMEN
12. Actor Kelly. : GENE
13. Biblical preposition. : UNTO
14. ___ jacket. : ETON
21. Time of day: Fr. : SOIR
24. Shallow channel: Var. : LAGUNE
26. Chemical compound. : ACID
28. Caretakers. : CUSTODIANS
30. Mixed up. : ADDLED
31. Vacation objective. : RELAXATION
32. ___ jolie (very pretty): Fr. : TRES
33. Formerly: Arch. : ESRT
34. Shrink from. : HATE
35. Site of Iowa State. : AMES
36. Thoroughfares: Abbr. : STS
37. Card game: Var. : RUM
39. Heroine of "Strange Interlude." : NINA
42. Pitcher. : EWER
46. What TV viewers see late at night. : RERUNS
48. Northern dwelling. : IGLOO
49. Fathers of jeune filles. : PERES
50. ___ Dame. : NOTRE
51. Strand of hair. : TRESS
52. Chigger. : FLEA
53. Feeler. : PALP
54. Not in harmony. : AJAR
55. Hernando De ___. : SOTO
57. Companion of "dem." : DESE
60. Edge. : LIP
62. Fade away. : DIE

Answer summary: 9 unique to this puzzle, 6 debuted here and reused later, 1 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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