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New York Times, Monday, January 13, 1958

Author: Helen Delpar
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 4.90, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 290 (avg 1.52)
Open Squares: 71, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 0, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 4
Helen Delpar has 1 pre-Shortz puzzle in our database.
PS notes: Original 9-Down clue had "Entrepeneur"; corrected it to "Entrepreneur."
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© 1958, The New York TimesNo. 3,121
Across Down
1. Aeneas' African hostess. : DIDO
5. Imbue thoroughly. : STEEP
10. Schoolboy's trade. : SWAP
14. Parched. : ARID
15. More docile. : TAMER
16. Chief city of Hawaii Island. : HILO
17. Recent James Thurber opus (with "The"). : WONDERFULO
19. Preposition. : INTO
20. Compass point. : NNE
21. Parcels of land. : LOTS
22. Native of Ulan Bator. : MONGOL
24. Orderly arrangements. : SYSTEMS
26. Onward. : FORTH
27. Of all: Scot. : AVA
28. Teenagers' idol. : PATBOONE
31. Glitter. : GLARE
34. Members of the peerage. : DUKES
35. Prefix in German names. : VON
36. Complete defeat. : ROUT
37. Epistle writer. : PETER
38. Worker of a sort. : PEON
39. Begone! : OUT
40. Flies alone. : SOLOS
41. Shouts like a drill sergeant. : BARKS
42. City of central California. : STOCKTON
44. Busby. : HAT
45. Repasts. : MEALS
46. Describing certain walls. : PANELED
50. Rival of Athens. : SPARTA
52. Diminutive of Helen. : LENA
53. Englishman's beverage. : ALE
54. Very small quantity. : IOTA
55. One of an identical pair. : TWEEDLEDUM
58. Unsightly thing. : BLOT
59. Anglo-Saxon peasant. : CHURL
60. Actor Ray. : ALDO
61. Ago: Scot. : SYNE
62. Padded block on legs used in vaulting. : HORSE
63. Golf items. : TEES
1. Grows light. : DAWNS
2. Method of humorous expression. : IRONY
3. Has a meal. : DINES
4. Eccentric. : ODD
5. Cellular tissue. : STROMA
6. Cincinnati family. : TAFTS
7. Big birds. : EMUS
8. Moray. : EEL
9. Entrepreneur. : PROMOTER
10. Former state religion of Japan. : SHINTO
11. Kestrel. : WINGHOVER
12. Singer. : ALTO
13. Game. : POOL
18. French student. : ELEVE
23. Encircles: Poet. : ORBS
25. Dessert. : TART
26. Loops of coiled rope: Naut. : FAKES
28. Wore. : PUTON
29. Secluded spot. : NOOK
30. River into the Danube. : ENNS
31. Fat: Fr. : GROS
32. Boorish fellow. : LOUT
33. Lifelike mechanism. : AUTOMATON
34. Cyclades isle. : DELOS
37. Winter festival of Pacific Coast Indians. : POTLATCH
38. Head. : PATE
40. German card game. : SKAT
41. Trivial. : BANAL
43. Medicated wax ointment. : CERATE
44. Manipulate. : HANDLE
46. Looks inquiringly. : PEERS
47. Type of spoon. : LADLE
48. Avoid. : ELUDE
49. The people, in ancient Greece. : DEMOS
50. Brothers and sisters. : SIBS
51. More than one: Comb. form. : POLY
52. French pronoun. : LEUR
56. Song hit of the 1920's. : WHO
57. Consume. : EAT

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later, 4 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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