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New York Times, Monday, October 27, 1958

Author: Helen Fasulo
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 5.11, Missing: { J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 295 (avg 1.56)
Open Squares: 80, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 1, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 3
Helen Fasulo has 94 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1958, The New York TimesNo. 3,408
Across Down
1. Frost work. : POEM
5. Long ago: Archaic. : ERST
9. Dramatist of robot fame. : CAPEK
14. Novelist Ferber. : EDNA
15. Bicentennial Webster. : NOAH
16. City of Old Castille. : AVILA
17. The Fighting Irish. : NOTREDAME
19. Diminutive of Eleanor. : NELLY
20. Nostrum. : CUREALL
21. House of Lancaster's symbol. : REDROSE
23. Founded. : ERECTED
24. Hitler-Mussolini coalition. : AXIS
25. Possessive pronoun. : HIS
26. Ground for belief. : EVIDENCE
30. Men of the Antilles. : CUBANS
33. Greek letter. : BETA
34. A thousand ages. : EON
35. City on the Oka. : OREL
36. Against. : CON
37. Island of Indonesia. : BALI
38. Afternoon function. : TEA
39. One-time mistress of melodrama. : GLYN
41. Somewhat: Colloq. : SORTOF
43. Concert composition. : SYMPHONY
45. Ovine animal. : EWE
46. Knight of the road. : HOBO
47. Popular card game. : CANASTA
51. Pharaoh. : RAMESES
54. Instigator. : ABETTOR
55. Praying figure. : ORANT
56. Most powerful position. : UPPERHAND
58. Alpine region. : TIROL
59. Exceptional. : RARE
60. Consequently: Lat. : ERGO
61. With cunning. : SLYLY
62. Site of the first Olympic Games. : ELIS
63. Raise. : REAR
1. Small English coins. : PENCE
2. Perfume, in London. : ODOUR
3. Between: Fr. : ENTRE
4. ___ Niel, yellow climbing rose. : MARECHAL
5. Infinite. : ENDLESS
6. Explorer Amundsen, first at South Pole, 1911. : ROALD
7. Bewhiskered uncle. : SAM
8. Poe classic. : THERAVEN
9. Katharine Cornell role. : CANDIDA
10. Reluctant. : AVERSE
11. Word element meaning "hair." : PILO
12. Additions to houses. : ELLS
13. The children's favorite comedian. : KAYE
18. Dine at home. : EATIN
22. Actor's withdrawal. : EXIT
26. Wood. : EBONY
27. Orderly. : NEAT
28. Where Pike's Peak is: Abbr. : COLO
29. Star in Pegasus. : ENIF
30. Barracks beds. : COTS
31. American scientist, 1934 Nobel Prize winner. : UREY
32. Radio signal. : BEAM
36. Object of great interest. : CYNOSURE
37. Respite from labor. : BREATHER
39. Supernatural. : GHOSTLY
40. Division of a leaf. : LOBE
41. U. S. naval engineers. : SEABEES
42. Company bigwig. : OWNER
44. Coal tar derivative. : PHENOL
47. Island in Bay of Naples. : CAPRI
48. Gaze rudely. : STARE
49. Vehicle of India. : TONGA
50. Zealousness. : ARDOR
51. Spoils. : ROTS
52. Seed coat. : ARIL
53. Schoolgirl of rhyme. : MARY
57. Boon companion: Slang. : PAL

Answer summary: 3 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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