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Bernice Gordon
Bernice Gordon

New York Times, Tuesday, March 4, 1958

Author: Bernice Gordon
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.79, Missing: { Q V Z }, Scrabble score: 291 (avg 1.56)
Open Squares: 71, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 5, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 4
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© 1958, The New York TimesNo. 3,171
Across Down
1. German organist and composer. : BACH
5. Chesterfield. : SOFA
9. Constrain. : IMPEL
14. Blunderbore. : OGRE
15. Common abbreviation. : ETAL
16. Daughter of Tantulus. : NIOBE
17. Wander about. : ROAM
18. Lake, in Italy. : LAGO
19. Musical groups. : TRIOS
20. Furnish with plate. : ARM
21. Character in "Romeo and Juliet." : PARIS
22. Mitigates. : EASES
23. Recent Broadway hit. : HAPPYHUNTING
26. Certain railways. : ELS
27. Palace-Museum in Rome. : LATERAN
31. Prop. : SHORE
34. Woeful sounds. : MOANS
36. River in England. : EXE
37. Fortune. : LUCK
38. Catches: Colloq. : LANDS
39. "___ hands I loved . . . " : PALE
40. Eastern title. : AGA
41. Gradual decline. : DECAY
42. Engineer's aide. : OILER
43. Engage in advance. : BESPEAK
45. Dawn goddess. : EOS
46. Popular song by Vernon Duke. : APRILINPARIS
52. Type of quartz. : AGATE
55. Amphibians. : NEWTS
56. Glucide. : OSE
57. German health resort. : BADEN
58. Citizen of U. S.: Abbr. : AMER
59. San ___. : JOSE
60. Large African antelope. : ELAND
61. Had on. : WORE
62. River into Tartary Strait. : AMUR
63. Game. : DARTS
64. Koko's weapon. : SNEE
65. Nautical chains. : TYES
1. Idahoan in the Senate, 1906–40. : BORAH
2. Assembly place of yore. : AGORA
3. Writer's ___. : CRAMP
4. Pause in speaking. : HEM
5. Words in the Psalms. : SELAHS
6. Hokkaido port. : OTARU
7. Fictional villain. : FAGIN
8. Novel by Willa Cather. : ALOSTLADY
9. True meanings. : INTENTS
10. Optical illusion. : MIRAGE
11. Peas: Fr. : POIS
12. Central American tree. : EBOE
13. Smaller portion. : LESS
21. Memorable reporter of W. W. II. : PYLE
24. Make (oneself) jaunty (with "up"). : PERK
25. Keith and Hunter. : IANS
28. Silver coin of Mexico. : REAL
29. Supporting crossbar. : AXLE
30. Poetic contraction. : NEER
31. Pitcher's plate. : SLAB
32. Immense. : HUGE
33. Tubers eaten like new potatoes. : OCAS
34. Short winter coats. : MACKINAWS
35. Not ___ bet. : ONA
38. Dramatic role. : LEAR
39. City in Italy. : PISA
41. Is in suspense. : DEPENDS
42. Slangy exclamation of dismay. : OOPS
44. Type of leather. : PATENT
45. Dinner course. : ENTREE
47. Flavoring agent. : LEMON
48. "If ___ King." : IWERE
49. Commodious. : ROOMY
50. Give out. : ISSUE
51. Predictors. : SEERS
52. Retired. : ABED
53. Festive. : GALA
54. Hebrew month. : ADAR
59. Native of the Punjab. : JAT

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 3 debuted here and reused later, 6 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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