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New York Times, Saturday, April 26, 1958

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 80, Blocks: 31, Avg Word Len: 4.85, Missing: { J Q W }, Scrabble score: 290 (avg 1.49)
Open Squares: 84, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 6
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© 1958, The New York TimesNo. 3,224
Across
1. Tall quadrupeds. : GIRAFFES
9. Rudimentary calculator. : ABACUS
15. German Chancellor. : ADENAUER
16. Testify. : DEPONE
17. Chemical solutions for photographic plates. : IODIZERS
18. Energetic. : ACTIVE
19. Law degree. : LLB
20. Samuel's mentor. : ELI
21. Exclamation of horror. : UGH
22. Gen. Shepherd's nickname. : LEM
23. Songbird. : LARK
25. Incline. : SLOPE
27. Nazi salute. : HEIL
28. "If you call ___ a leg, how many legs has a dog?" : ATAIL
30. Affirmative. : YES
31. Disconsolately. : SADLY
32. Based. : RESTED
34. Contradict. : REBUT
36. M. D.'s. : DRS
37. Lost and Found, for example. : ADS
39. Color. : TAN
40. Of long standing. : OLD
43. Dutch Premier. : DREES
45. Scottish seaport. : DUNDEE
47. Wading bird. : HERON
50. U. S. currency: Abbr. : DOL
52. Questions to be solved: Abbr. : PROBS
53. Assert. : AVER
54. Vehicles. : TAXIS
56. Amo, ___, amat. : AMAS
57. Goblin: Var. : NIS
58. One hundred years: Abbr. : CEN
59. Dine. : EAT
61. Nautical direction. : ENE
62. Sharpshooter. : SNIPER
64. Aardvark. : ANTEATER
66. Piece of pastry. : ECLAIR
67. Put earnings back into a business. : REINVEST
68. Obelisk. : NEEDLE
69. Turkish Premier. : MENDERES
Down
1. French Premier, Nov., 1957–April, 1958. : GAILLARD
2. Worshiper. : IDOLATER
3. Variety of bronze. : REDBRASS
4. Black bird. : ANI
5. Daunt: Colloq. : FAZE
6. Petroleum products. : FUELS
7. Weirdly. : EERILY
8. Upper classmen: Abbr. : SRS
9. Maxim. : ADAGE
10. Luxembourgian Premier. : BECH
11. Likely. : APT
12. Twisted. : COILED
13. Disclose. : UNVEIL
14. Decorous. : SEEMLY
21. Overturn. : UPSET
24. Frontiersman Carson. : KIT
26. Poetic contraction. : OER
27. Chapeau. : HAT
29. Ascertain. : LEARN
31. Dawn. : SUNUP
33. Initials of the C. in C. : DDE
35. Incorrect. : BAD
38. Vehicle. : SEDAN
40. Instrument to measure distance traversed. : ODOMETER
41. Near Easterner. : LEBANESE
42. Pies. : DESSERTS
43. Beetle. : DOR
44. Red or White ___. : SOX
46. New Deal initials. : NRA
47. Danish Premier. : HANSEN
48. Display. : EVINCE
49. Spring back. : RESILE
51. Property owner subject to a legal charge. : LIENEE
54. Earth: Fr. : TERRE
55. Shiny cloth. : SATIN
58. Furnish with an overhead inside finish. : CEIL
60. Take care of. : TEND
63. Tablet. : PAD
64. Branch. : ARM
65. Nickname of N. Y. Governor. : AVE

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 4 debuted here and reused later, 5 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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