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New York Times, Wednesday, January 22, 1958

Author:
Helen Fasulo
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.79, Missing: { J Q V X Z }, Scrabble score: 283 (avg 1.51)
Open Squares: 68, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 0, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 4
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© 1958, The New York TimesNo. 3,130
Across
1. Pretense. : POSE
5. Fishing sloop. : SMACK
10. Rudiments of learning. : ABCS
14. Old Ireland. : ERIN
15. Baby food. : PUREE
16. Spoils. : LOOT
17. Famous name in movies. : WALTDISNEY
19. Florentine coin. : LIRA
20. Anita Loos heroine. : LORELEI
21. German prison camp. : STALAG
23. Australian ostrich. : EMEU
24. Bryce Canyon state. : UTAH
25. Zoo denizen. : HIPPO
28. Massanet opera. : MANON
30. Exclamation of triumph. : AHA
33. Bermuda product. : ONIONS
35. Connection. : LINK
36. Roman household god. : LAR
37. Rabbit's tail. : SCUT
38. U. S. A. F. Chief of Staff. : WHITE
40. Southern dish. : PONE
41. Lunch. : EAT
42. Pirate in "Peter Pan." : HOOK
43. Main cabin of a liner. : SALOON
45. Suffix in chemistry. : ASE
46. Ready for battle. : ARMED
48. Relative of Murder, Inc. : MAFIA
49. Current. : TIDE
50. Sacred bird. : IBIS
52. Means of identification. : PAPERS
55. Amplifier in radio. : BOOSTER
58. Knowledge. : LORE
59. Do-it-yourself maker of beverages. : MOONSHINER
62. By and by. : ANON
63. Short jackets. : ETONS
64. Peak of a volcano. : CONE
65. Word. : NEWS
66. Unduly curious: Colloq. : NOSEY
67. Domain of Gustav VI: Abbr. : SWED
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1. Church stall. : PEW
2. Spoken. : ORAL
3. Cylindrical farm structure. : SILO
4. French warehouse. : ENTREPOT
5. Mine timber. : SPILE
6. Art-lover's mecca. : MUSEUM
7. Indian buffalo: Var. : ARNI
8. Letter. : CEE
9. Main parts or principles. : KEYSTONES
10. Object of Kaaba worship. : ALLAH
11. Seethe. : BOIL
12. "Last of the Mohicans" heroine. : CORA
13. Extra man. : STAG
18. Rum, as personified by Carrie Nation. : DEMON
22. Fuel container. : TANK
24. Platoon. : UNIT
25. Between Daniel and Joel. : HOSEA
26. Quechan Indians. : INCAS
27. Western Indian. : PIUTE
29. Equally. : ALIKE
30. Upstage. : ALOOF
31. City on the Red River of Indo-China. : HANOI
32. Sports stadium. : ARENA
34. The Three Musketeers. : SWORDSMEN
39. Hearth. : HOME
40. Synthetic compounds. : PLASTICS
42. Extremely small degree. : HAIR
44. Members of a Mennonite sect. : AMISH
47. Famous Callander family. : DIONNE
49. School years. : TEENS
51. Domineering. : BOSSY
52. Blueprint. : PLAN
53. First-class. : AONE
54. Stem of a ship. : PROW
55. One form of audience reaction. : BOOS
56. Sufficient: Poet. : ENOW
57. M. Coty. : RENE
60. Sioux Indian. : OTO
61. Carmine. : RED

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 3 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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