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MEMORABILIA

New York Times, Sunday, February 9, 1958

Author:
W. E. Jones
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 73, Avg Word Len: 5.26, Missing: { J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 503 (avg 1.37)
Open Squares: 120, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 7, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 15
W. E. Jones has 95 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1958, The New York TimesNo. 3,148
Across
1. New Testament book. : ROMANS
7. Employed. : HIRED
12. Sound made by a cicada. : CHIRR
17. Zoologist's classification for sheep. : OVINAE
18. City on the Rio Grande. : ALAMOSA
21. Receiving sets. : RATIOS
23. Civil War song refrain. : TENTINGTONIGHT
25. Pass, as time. : ELAPSE
26. Poetic verb. : ART
27. Spoils. : LOOT
28. Agreements. : TREATIES
30. Noun suffix. : AST
31. Tense. : TAUT
33. Thong, in S. Africa. : RIEM
35. Poniard. : DIRK
36. Author Harte. : BRET
37. Bird. : EGRET
39. Walked on. : TROD
41. Surfeited (with "of"). : SICK
42. "Nutcracker ___." : SUITE
43. Telegrapher. : SENDER
45. "___ Fideles." : ADESTE
47. Upbraid. : BERATE
48. Booth's words, after shooting Lincoln. : SICSEMPERTYRANNIS
52. Organ stop. : CELESTE
56. "Just as ___ . . . " : IAM
57. Check. : REIN
58. Hero of "Victory." : AXEL
59. Shroud in vapor. : ENMIST
62. Union general at Chickamauga. : ROSECRANS
67. Talking bird of India: Var. : MINAH
69. California bulrush. : TULE
70. Substances in cookery. : FATS
71. Consumed. : EATEN
72. Confederate general's nickname. : STONEWALL
74. Double dagger, in printing. : DIESIS
76. ___ Lisboa. : NOVA
77. Bumpkin. : LOUT
78. Kind of rose. : TEA
79. Motorist's companion. : ROADMAP
81. Play at Ford's Theatre, April 14, 1865. : OURAMERICANCOUSIN
88. Tokens of honor. : PLUMES
89. Sprinted faster than. : OUTRAN
90. Oppose. : RESIST
95. State of mind. : HUMOR
96. Crazes. : FADS
98. Actual being. : ESSE
100. Chief Justice who rendered Dred Scott decision. : TANEY
101. Where Olympia was. : ELIS
102. Colombian city. : CALI
103. Shade. : TINT
105. Guy. : CHAP
106. Swedish county. : LAN
107. Spartacus, for example. : THRACIAN
111. Encircle. : GIRD
113. Son-in-law of Mohammed. : ALI
114. Where Torino is. : ITALIA
116. Famous antebellum debates. : LINCOLNDOUGLAS
119. Son of Anchises. : AENEAS
120. Transferee. : ALIENEE
121. Appearance. : ASPECT
122. Gaze intently. : STARE
123. Cornered. : TREED
124. Reserve supplies. : STORES
Down
1. Takes turns. : ROTATES
2. Surplus goods. : OVERAGE
3. Clipper ship tycoon of Civil War era. : MINTURN
4. Opposite of syn. : ANT
5. Seize: Colloq. : NAIL
6. Caballero. : SENOR
7. Confederate fort guarding Pamlico Sound. : HATTERAS
8. U. N. labor group. : ILO
9. Fanatic speech. : RANT
10. Eastern title. : EMIR
11. Relative of duce. : DOGE
12. Muskhogean. : CREEK
13. Dutch painter. : HALS
14. McKinley's wife. : ITA
15. Living on a river bank. : RIPARIAN
16. Author of "The Blessed Damozel." : ROSSETTI
19. More underhand: Colloq. : SHADIER
20. Classical. : ATTIC
22. Small sofas. : SETTEES
24. ___ alone. : GOIT
29. Trouble. : IRK
32. First name of famous Bosoxer. : TED
34. Form. : MODE
36. Scottish brook. : BURN
38. Durbeyfield's daughter. : TESS
40. Convey by will. : DEMISE
41. Prow. : STEM
42. Meeting. : SEANCE
44. A division of churches. : RITE
46. Tiff. : SPAT
47. Cheese. : BRIE
49. Nessus, slain by Hercules. : CENTAUR
50. Jogs. : TROTS
51. Respectful assents. : YESSIRS
52. Projections on shafts. : CAMS
53. Stage direction. : EXIT
54. Cotton fabric. : LENO
55. Eagerness. : ELAN
60. Many: Comb. form. : MULTI
61. Where New Salem is: Abbr. : ILL
62. Girl's name. : RAE
63. Author of "Atlas Shrugged." : RAND
64. Jot. : ATOM
65. Leningrad's river. : NEVA
66. Fillip. : SNAP
68. Ibsen's Nora. : HELMER
70. French hackney coach. : FIACRE
73. Tribulations. : WOES
74. Maiden name of Gen. Grant's wife. : DENT
75. Bon ___. : SOIR
78. Greek letters. : TAUS
80. Anise of the Bible. : ANET
81. Daughter of Polonius. : OPHELIA
82. Wails. : ULULATES
83. Buffalo, camel, or llama. : RUMINANT
84. Between Joel and Obadiah. : AMOS
85. Document modifying a will. : CODICIL
86. Hop kiln. : OAST
87. Anonymous. : UNSIGNED
91. Black Hawk was one. : SAC
92. Apparatus for filtering air. : INHALER
93. Long-fronded marine alga. : SEALACE
94. Office workers. : TYPISTS
96. Distant. : FAR
97. Ancient Greek battle cry. : ALALA
99. Chisolm Trail town. : ENID
102. Lincoln's first Sec'y of Treasury. : CHASE
104. Homeland of 119 Across. : TROAS
107. Crown: Var. : TIAR
108. Part of a monogram: Abbr. : INIT
109. Genus of maples. : ACER
110. ___ the less. : NONE
112. Earth. : DUST
115. Tributary of the Thames. : LEA
117. General at Gettysburg. : LEE
118. Mailing center: Abbr. : GPO

Answer summary: 6 unique to this puzzle, 9 debuted here and reused later, 6 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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