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New York Times, Saturday, January 18, 1958

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 37, Avg Word Len: 5.22, Missing: { B J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 285 (avg 1.52)
Open Squares: 86, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 7
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© 1958, The New York TimesNo. 3,126
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1. James Garner TV role. : MAVERICK
9. Ship's cable hole. : HAWSE
14. Southwestern city. : AMARILLO
15. Outdoor locale for a Western. : CANYON
16. North Carolina lighthouse site. : CAPEFEAR
17. Type of play. : ONEACT
18. American cuckoo. : ANI
19. Hard cash. : SPECIE
21. Four-in-hand. : TIE
22. Forded. : WADED
25. Light-hearted. : AIRY
26. Old salt. : TAR
27. Sheep. : MERINO
30. Printer's direction. : DELE
31. Jewish ram's horn: Var. : SHOFAR
33. Come up ___. : FORAIR
35. Color effect in printing. : DUOTONE
36. Outdoor locales for Westerns. : DESERTS
37. Came to terms. : AGREED
38. Outwit one's captors. : ESCAPE
39. Religious service. : MASS
40. TV satirist. : CAESAR
42. Anterior: Prefix. : PRE
43. Lodge. : ROOM
45. Western hero of the comics. : RYDER
49. Suppositions. : IFS
50. New York State lake. : ONEIDA
53. Honshu bay. : ISE
54. "He has ___ who never had a fear." : NOHOPE
56. James Arness TV vehicle. : GUNSMOKE
59. Do-___ (well-intentioned one). : GOODER
60. Unequal. : ONESIDED
61. One of the herd. : STEER
62. Early Westerners. : SETTLERS
1. Colorful parrot. : MACAW
2. "Give ___ horse he can ride . . . " : AMANA
3. Flavorless. : VAPID
4. Sooner than. : ERE
5. Morocco's hilly region. : RIF
6. French land bodies. : ILES
7. Give an ovation. : CLAP
8. Chosen native. : KOREAN
9. Carol of the musicals. : HANEY
10. One: Dial. : ANE
11. Hugh O'Brian TV role. : WYATTEARP
12. One of the four hundred. : SOCIALITE
13. People coming in. : ENTERERS
15. Coconut fiber. : COIR
20. Labor group contingent. : CIO
23. Enacts feelingly: Colloq. : EMOTES
24. Friday's creator. : DEFOE
28. Author of "Atlas Shrugged." : RAND
29. Dudgeon. : IRE
30. Bleak. : DREARY
31. Will Hutchins TV role. : SUGARFOOT
32. Basic equipment for Silver. : HORSESHOE
33. Actor Parker, alias Davy Crockett. : FESS
34. Tribute to Disney, et al. : OSCAR
35. Reductions in oscillations, in physics. : DAMPINGS
36. Letter. : DEE
40. Cedar Rapids college. : COE
41. Mexican bordertown cronies. : AMIGOS
43. Cowpuncher in action. : ROPER
44. Outstanding example: Slang. : ONER
46. Vacuum tube. : DIODE
47. Glacial ridge. : ESKER
48. Marsh grasses. : REEDS
51. Sandy hill. : DUNE
52. French town, home of Diane de Poitiers. : ANET
55. Relative of psalm or canticle. : ODE
57. Hissed exclamation. : SST
58. Wire measure. : MIL

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 4 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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