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New York Times, Friday, January 2, 1959

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 32, Avg Word Len: 5.22, Missing: { J Q }, Scrabble score: 287 (avg 1.49)
Open Squares: 81, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 9 Grid has both 90- and 180-degree symmetry.
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© 1959, The New York TimesNo. 3,458
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1. Chimney. : STACK
6. Fathers, in Eastern churches. : ABBAS
11. Scientific degree. : SCD
14. Infantry arm. : RIFLE
15. Explosion. : BLAST
16. Surprised exclamation. : OHO
17. Repressed: Colloq. : SATON
18. Warden in a medieval stronghold. : CASTELLAN
20. Medieval slave. : ESNE
22. Part of a globe. : NEAREAST
23. Moved rapidly. : CAREERED
26. 19th century French painter. : INGRES
27. Ring-shaped. : ANNULAR
28. War god. : ARES
29. Resting on. : ATOP
30. U. S. jet planes. : SABRES
32. Small flounder. : DAB
35. Relative of the elk. : MOOSE
37. Thus: Lat. : SIC
38. Triple. : TRINE
40. Massachusetts cape. : ANN
41. ___ dias (good day): Span. : BUENOS
44. Concluded. : OVER
45. Corded fabrics. : REPS
46. Permanent. : LASTING
48. Masonic regalia. : APRONS
51. Dreamers. : FANTASTS
52. Robert E. Lee's horse. : TRAVELER
54. Hindu garment : SARI
55. Twenty-four sections of the earth. : TIMEZONES
57. French statesman, five times Premiere before 1917. : RIBOT
60. Petty demon. : IMP
61. Lyric poem. : EPODE
62. Hero's attribute. : VALOR
63. Variety of lettuce. : COS
64. Polish again, as a floor. : REWAX
65. Antagonist. : ENEMY
1. Certain students: Abbr. : SRS
2. ___ Juana. : TIA
3. Après-midi. : AFTERNOON
4. Certain movie scenes. : CLOSEUPS
5. Rover's plaace. : KENNEL
6. Simple as ___. : ABC
7. Agreeable. : BLAND
8. Foundation. : BASE
9. Name synonymous with dancing. : ASTAIRE
10. Most rigorous. : STERNEST
11. Of the sun. : SOLAR
12. His portrait is on $10,000 bills. : CHASE
13. Prohibitions. : DONTS
19. Shanks. : LEGS
21. Ages. : ERAS
23. South African fox. : CAAMA
24. Composer Dvorák. : ANTON
25. Expunges. : ERASES
28. Small city in Illinois. : ARCOLA
31. Coal container. : BIN
32. Separable. : DIVISIBLE
33. With regard to. : ANENT
34. Concern of U. S. Ice Patrol. : BERGS
36. "Christmas Carol" character. : EBENEZER
39. International "service" clubman. : ROTARIAN
42. Rising ground. : UPSLOPE
43. Without: Fr. : SANS
45. Wander. : ROVE
47. Go hungry. : STARVE
48. Cockloft. : ATTIC
49. In music, first: Ital. : PRIMO
50. Sloping walks. : RAMPS
51. Girl's name meaning peace. : FREDA
53. Enough: Archaic. : ENOW
56. Gender. : SEX
58. Dutch uncle. : OOM
59. Essay. : TRY

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 7 debuted here and reused later, 3 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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