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New York Times, Saturday, November 14, 1959

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.16, Missing: { F J K Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 290 (avg 1.52)
Open Squares: 75, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 1, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 7
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© 1959, The New York TimesNo. 3,774
Across Down
1. Ancient music halls. : ODEA
5. Gourd. : PEPO
9. Rival of Sparta and Athens. : ARGOS
14. Veteran sportscaster. : REDBARBER
16. Mexican type of transportation. : BURRO
17. Polygamous uxorcide. : BLUEBEARD
18. Magic akin to voodoo. : OBEAH
19. More of the same: Abbr. : ETC
20. Broody one. : HEN
21. Southern: Span. : SURENO
22. Man's guardian spirit. : DAEMON
24. Striking hard. : SMITING
26. Storage place of a kind. : ARSENAL
28. Work team. : CREW
30. Anything unfathomable. : ABYSS
33. Historic place in Ireland. : TARA
34. Cockney's dwelling. : OME
35. Angers. : IRES
36. Classifies. : SORTS
37. Slicker. : COAT
38. Relative of $. : DOL
39. Large amount: Colloq. : PILE
40. What one does "with faint praise." : DAMNS
41. Pointed tools. : AWLS
43. City famed for lace. : ALENCON
45. Cut nicks for scoring. : NOTCHED
47. Won the race. : OUTRAN
51. Between: Dial. : ATWEEN
52. Quick curtsy. : BOB
53. Exist. : ARE
54. Bailed. : LADED
55. "I'd rather see than be one!" : PURPLECOW
58. "Twelfth Night" role. : VIOLA
59. Dinner table choice. : WHITEMEAT
60. U. S. writer (1834–99). : ALGER
61. Contents of 26 Across. : ARMS
62. Sound effects on a cold day. : BRRS
1. Rounded. : ORBED
2. Airplane wing shape. : DELTA
3. Elicit. : EDUCE
4. Father of Tad. : ABE
5. Pretties up. : PREENS
6. Israeli notable. : EBAN
7. By. : PER
8. Civil War general. : ORD
9. All around. : ABOUT
10. Heading, possibly in red. : RUBRIC
11. Theatric meeting place. : GREENROOM
12. North-of-Ireland-er. : ORANGEMAN
13. Off-Piccadilly. : SOHO
15. Hates. : ABHORS
21. Wegg in "Our Mutual Friend." : SILAS
23. Kind of meeting. : MASS
24. Became knotted. : SNARLED
25. Fur. : MARTEN
27. Arc de Triomphe de l'___. : ETOILE
29. Foes of Prohibition. : WETS
30. Big night at the Met. : AIDA
31. Tussock moth. : BROWNTAIL
32. Kind of labor contract, now illegal: Slang. : YELLOWDOG
36. Warren of baseball. : SPAHN
37. Jargon. : CANT
40. Counterpart. : DOUBLE
42. Addison's colleague. : STEELE
44. Chooses as a fellow member. : COOPTS
46. Durable wood. : CEDAR
48. Track man. : RACER
49. Howling. : AROAR
50. Salamanders. : NEWTS
51. Edison's middle name. : ALVA
52. Edge. : BRIM
55. New Deal agency. : PWA
56. Clock: Ger. : UHR
57. Prohibition of trade: Abbr. : EMB

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 5 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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