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New York Times, Saturday, October 4, 1958

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 29, Avg Word Len: 5.44, Missing: { F H J Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 282 (avg 1.44)
Open Squares: 92, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 9, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 11
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© 1958, The New York TimesNo. 3,385
Across Down
1. Western Hemisphere. : AMERICAS
9. Newspaper section. : SPORTS
15. Subject of current headlines. : BASEBALL
16. Ernest Dowson's poetic inspiration. : CYNARA
17. That may be worn away. : EROSIBLE
18. Threw out a base runner: Colloq. : ERASED
19. Leo's nickname. : LIP
20. "Macbeth shall ___ more!" : SLEEPNO
22. Kiss-and-tell exponent. : CAD
23. Promissory notes. : IOUS
25. Abstract beings, in philosophy. : ENTIA
26. Satisfy. : SATE
27. Genus of geese. : ANSER
29. Pennant-winning time: Abbr. : SEP
30. Kelly of World War II. : COLIN
31. ___ Grange. : RED
33. Agnes and others. : DEMILLES
35. Flocks of partridges. : COVEYS
38. Penn ___. : RELAYS
39. Stadium in Los Angeles. : COLISEUM
41. Twitch. : TIC
42. Marble of tennis. : ALICE
43. Circuit. : LAP
45. Story teller of old. : AESOP
49. Score in tennis. : LOVE
50. ___ practice (blackboard briefing). : SKULL
52. Membrane enveloping the brain. : DURA
53. Anger. : IRE
54. Canvas on a full rigger. : SKYSAIL
56. Broadcast Music, Inc. : BMI
57. Former ruler of Viet Nam. : BAODAI
59. Nine-sided figure. : ENNEAGON
61. Comestible. : EDIBLE
62. Undergo again. : REENDURE
63. Kind of skate. : ROLLER
64. Poured. : STREAMED
1. Genus of honeysuckle. : ABELIA
2. Former Cardinal shortstop, Marty ___. : MARION
3. Creek of Ashokan Dam. : ESOPUS
4. A point: Lat. : RES
5. Wood ___, rare bird. : IBIS
6. ___ car. : CABLE
7. Mel and family. : ALLENS
8. Rained icy particles. : SLEETED
9. Division of an opera. : SCENA
10. Fire: Comb. form. : PYRO
11. "Three Men ___ Horse." : ONA
12. Base. : RASCALLY
13. Agreements. : TREATIES
14. Makes gloomy. : SADDENS
21. Musician of a sort. : PIPER
24. Tennis stroke. : SERVICE
26. Consoled. : SOLACED
28. L. A. Dodger. : REESE
30. Eyelashes. : CILIA
32. Color. : DYE
34. Encountered. : MET
35. Home of Rams and Buffaloes. : COLORADO
36. Useful cooking substance. : OLIVEOIL
37. What a trotter pulls. : SULKY
39. Gun bore. : CALIBER
40. German rifles. : MAUSERS
44. Mars. : PLANET
46. Kind of chow mein. : SUBGUM
47. "And three or four ___ . . . " : ORMORE
48. Offended. : PAINED
50. Winter sportsman. : SKIER
51. Hard-hit ball. : LINER
54. Box office business. : SALE
55. Phonetically smooth. : LENE
58. Box score entry: Abbr. : DBL
60. Oklahoma city. : ADA

Answer summary: 5 unique to this puzzle, 6 debuted here and reused later, 5 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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