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New York Times, Wednesday, March 26, 1958

Author:
Walter H. Blum
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.85, Missing: { J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 293 (avg 1.55)
Open Squares: 67, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 4, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 6
Walter H. Blum has 2 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
David Steinberg notes:

Original 7-Across clue had "100b"; corrected it to "1006."

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© 1958, The New York TimesNo. 3,193

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Students & seniors
Across
1. Buggy driver's command. : GIDDAP
7. 1006. : MVI
10. Wife of Boaz. : RUTH
14. Site of Humboldt State College, California. : ARCATA
15. Help. : AID
16. Hebrew dry measure, ten omers. : EPHA
17. House: Fr. : MAISON
18. Hot day: Colloq. : SCORCHER
20. Slide on snow. : SKI
21. My goodness!: Fr. : MAFOI
23. Expiate. : ATONE
24. Peruvian. : LIMAN
25. G.I. offense. : AWOL
26. Professionally right. : ETHICAL
29. Superintended. : OVERSAW
32. Member of the family: Colloq. : GRAN
33. Kind of prisoner: Slang. : LIFER
35. British custom. : TEA
36. Peel. : RIND
37. Dawdles. : LOAFS
38. Forward. : PERT
39. Finish. : END
40. Rural deities. : FAUNS
41. Sandusky's waterfront. : ERIE
42. 1611 theatre production (with "The"). : TEMPEST
44. Maker of buhl furniture. : INLAYER
47. Morays. : EELS
48. Perfect example. : IDEAL
49. Argentina's Aramburu. : PEDRO
51. Scoff. : SNEER
52. ___ alone (not to mention). : LET
55. Was plentiful. : ABOUNDED
57. Discoverer of the Mississippi. : DESOTO
59. Lines. : ROWS
60. Anger. : IRE
61. Newspaper VIP. : EDITOR
62. ___ Frank. : ANNE
63. Number of Woman Suffrage Amendment. : XIX
64. Negative verbal contraction. : DOESNT
Down
1. Schools of whales. : GAMS
2. Turkey's neighbor: Var. : IRAK
3. 602. : DCII
4. "___ Kapital." : DAS
5. Part of A. E. C. : ATOMIC
6. Type of hat. : PANAMA
7. Stonecutter. : MASON
8. Caesar's "I conquered." : VICI
9. Form of Esperanto. : IDO
10. Church official. : RECTOR
11. Cushions, curtains, coverings, etc. : UPHOLSTERY
12. In that case. : THEN
13. Ingredient of Hasenpfeffer. : HARE
19. Bleaker. : RAWER
22. Problem for the A. E. C. : FALLOUT
24. Barnum's protégée. : LIND
25. Prayers. : AVES
26. Heron. : EGRET
27. Threefold. : TRINE
28. Second-born's heritage. : HANDMEDOWN
29. Football offense. : OFFSIDE
30. High home. : AERIE
31. ___ polo. : WATER
34. Scottish name. : IAN
37. Sweetheart for 34 Down. : LASS
38. Chime. : PEAL
40. Bill Sikes, for example. : FELON
43. Read carefully. : PERUSE
45. Required. : NEEDED
46. City SW of San Antonio. : LAREDO
48. Sine qua non for a textbook. : INDEX
49. Alongside of: Prefix. : PARA
50. Black. : EBON
51. Silk: Comb. form. : SERI
52. Land parcels. : LOTS
53. School allied with King's College. : ETON
54. Basis of a damage suit: Law. : TORT
56. Ten: Fr. : DIX
58. She: Ger. : SIE

Answer summary: 6 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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