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New York Times, Saturday, January 25, 1975

Author:
Harriet Gilson Rosenberg
Editor:
Will Weng
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 41, Avg Word Len: 5.41, Missing: { K Q V Z }, Scrabble score: 259 (avg 1.41)
Open Squares: 78, Cheaters: 12, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 5
Harriet Gilson Rosenberg has 24 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1975, The New York TimesNo. 9,296
Across
1. Copper : CENT
5. Time long past : YEARSAGO
13. On ___ (carousing) : ATEAR
15. Atoning : EXPIATORY
17. Goggle : STARE
18. Lipton or Beecham : SIRTHOMAS
19. Subway devices : TURNSTILES
21. Minnesota lake : NETT
22. Jerome of the Met : HINES
23. Part of a bird's beak : CERE
24. Confederate general Stuart : JEB
27. Neighbor of Ill. : IND
28. Rested : SAT
29. Prepare : ARRANGE
31. Kind of quartet : STRING
34. Bicker : WRANGLE
35. Pourers of molten steel : TEEMERS
37. Wrapped in mink : STOLED
38. Miss Francis et al. : ARLENES
39. Slipper size: Abbr. : MED
40. Four-in-hand : TIE
41. Farm animal : EWE
42. Mining nail : SPAD
44. Celts : GAELS
46. Coal, for one : FUEL
47. Serving utensil : TABLESPOON
52. Cantankerous : IRRITABLE
54. Greene of TV : LORNE
55. Takes after : RESEMBLES
56. Irish poet : YEATS
57. Lifesavers : RESCUERS
58. ___ machine : SLOT
Down
1. Playbill listing : CAST
2. "___, Brute!" : ETTU
3. Close to : NEAR
4. Mountain lake : TARN
5. Of course! : YESINDEED
6. Outcast : EXILE
7. After, in Paris : APRES
8. Scratches, in Britain : RITS
9. Czech measure : SAH
10. Formerly : ATONETIME
11. Pyle of early TV : GOMER
12. Spout forth : ORATE
14. Made roof repairs : RESHINGLED
16. Most-recently born: Abbr. : YST
20. Got a sensation of thrill : TINGLED
23. In a lax way : CARELESSLY
24. Gossip : JAW
25. Goes amiss : ERRS
26. Unbearable child : BRAT
28. Germ-free : STERILE
30. Incongruities : ANOMALIES
31. Like many D.P.'s : STATELESS
32. Hawaii's state bird : NENE
33. Prospered : GREW
36. Mariner's direction : SSE
42. More confident : SURER
43. Intrinsically : PERSE
44. Actor Clark : GABLE
45. More skilled : ABLER
46. Conifer : FIR
47. Prohibited : TABU
48. Edgar Allan et al. : POES
49. Kind of surgeon : ORAL
50. Hep : ONTO
51. ___ egg : NEST
53. Southwest institution: Abbr. : TMC

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later, 7 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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