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New York Times, Thursday, April 10, 1958

Author:
A. H. Drummond, Jr.
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.16, Missing: { J K Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 297 (avg 1.55)
Open Squares: 77, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 7, XRef: 0, Spans: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 11
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© 1958, The New York TimesNo. 3,208
Across
1. Golf stroke. : BAFF
5. Statistical diagram. : GRAPH
10. Englishman's surprised expression. : ISAY
14. Eskimo hut. : IGLU
15. Hoosier poet. : RILEY
16. Distribute (with "out"). : METE
17. Not once: Poet. : NEER
18. Upright. : ONEND
19. ___-cake. : PATA
20. Money-raising devices at charity bazaars. : GRABBAGS
22. Monkey. : RHESUS
24. Frau's name. : ERNA
25. Indicative or subjunctive. : MOOD
26. She sings Norma. : CALLAS
29. Photography pioneer. : DAGUERRE
33. Latin farewell. : ADIOS
34. Site of the Black Forest. : BADEN
35. Skirt part. : HEM
36. Vacillates. : BLOWSHOTANDCOLD
39. Adjective ending. : IAN
40. Czech hero. : BENES
41. Recipient. : DONEE
42. Omar Khayyám was born here. : NISHAPUR
44. Princeton's president. : GOHEEN
45. Hill dwellers. : ANTS
46. Elevator car. : CAGE
47. Heroine of "Private Lives." : AMANDA
50. Sliding descent of a snow slope. : GLISSADE
54. South ___. : BEND
55. Physician of 2d century A. D. : GALEN
57. Asteroid No. 7. : IRIS
58. Kind of china. : BONE
59. Popeye's girlfriend. : OLIVE
60. Term akin to prexy. : VEEP
61. M. P.'s concern. : AWOL
62. Called. : NAMED
63. Unhurried. : EASY
Down
1. Crosby. : BING
2. Mellowing agent. : AGER
3. Insect. : FLEA
4. Flounce. : FURBELOW
5. Mournful sounds. : GROANS
6. ___-rosy. : RINGA
7. Beverages. : ALES
8. Enclosure. : PEN
9. Lightest of all known substances. : HYDROGEN
10. Hinder. : IMPEDE
11. Seven ___. : SEAS
12. Aleutian island. : ATTU
13. Certain votes. : YEAS
21. Feature of most parades. : BRASSBAND
23. Members of the pack. : HOUNDDOGS
25. ___ a hatter. : MADAS
26. Resort dwelling. : CABIN
27. Stevenson. : ADLAI
28. Zoo dwellers. : LIONS
29. Office machine. : DATER
30. Geneva's river. : RHONE
31. He rode Traveller. : RELEE
32. North Sea port. : EMDEN
34. Extra reward. : BONUS
37. Seven-sided figure. : HEPTAGON
38. Sticking together. : COHESIVE
43. Almost exact contemporary of Bach. : HANDEL
44. Acquired. : GAINED
46. Familiar Ohio abbreviation. : CLEVE
47. Eban of Israel. : ABBA
48. Feline sound. : MEOW
49. ___ Domini. : ANNO
50. Light: Slang. : GLIM
51. Vicinity. : AREA
52. Withers. : DIES
53. Descry. : ESPY
56. ___ creole. : ALA

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 7 debuted here and reused later, 1 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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