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New York Times, Wednesday, April 30, 1958

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 4.90, Missing: { Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 308 (avg 1.61)
Open Squares: 69, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 7, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 6
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© 1958, The New York TimesNo. 3,228
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1. Rooters' utterances. : RAHS
5. Following, as in search of. : AFTER
10. Jacob's first wife. : LEAH
14. Help out. : ABET
15. Satiated and bored. : BLASE
16. Margin. : EDGE
17. Current novelist. : JAMESJONES
19. Yorkshire river. : AIRE
20. ___ loss. : ATA
21. ¼ bushel. : PECK
22. Wind one's way. : THREAD
24. Socrates' final cup. : HEMLOCK
26. Nkrumah's land. : GHANA
27. Actor Carney. : ART
28. Delayed. : SLOWEDUP
31. Accommodate. : ADAPT
34. Dark bluish-red color. : PLUM
35. Early Virginia. : DARE
36. ___ Yutang. : LIN
37. Chain of syllogisms, in logic. : SORITES
40. Damage. : MAR
41. Is profitable. : PAYS
43. Golf course markers. : PINS
44. Cotton thread. : LISLE
46. Abruptly and noisily: Colloq. : SLAMBANG
48. Hair pad. : RAT
49. Fur-bearing mammals. : SEALS
50. Expand. : DEVELOP
54. French girl's name. : YVETTE
56. Places: Lat. : LOCI
57. Wood sorrel. : OCA
58. ___ Hari. : MATA
59. Noted playwright of Abbey Theatre. : SEANOCASEY
62. Plant shoot. : CION
63. Apple implement. : CORER
64. Pod-bearing plant. : BEAN
65. "___ Christie." : ANNA
66. All over. : ENDED
67. British composer. : ARNE
1. Indian prince. : RAJAH
2. Let up. : ABATE
3. Weight lifter, for one. : HEMAM
4. Sault ___ Marie. : STE
5. Servile. : ABJECT
6. The sheep or the goats. : FLOCK
7. Container. : TANK
8. Compass point. : ESE
9. Place for convalescence. : RESTHOME
10. Well-informed. : LEARNED
11. Alias Daisy Mae. : EDIEADAMS
12. Where Shah Jehan ruled. : AGRA
13. Take notice. : HEED
18. Newspaper section. : SPORTS
23. Opposed to "gee." : HAW
25. ___ dog. : LAP
26. Supplies to excess. : GLUTS
28. Hurl. : SLING
29. Russian river. : URAL
30. Dumas ___. : PERE
31. Heidi's locale. : ALPS
32. Radio disk. : DIAL
33. She wrote "The Winthrop Woman." : ANYASETON
34. Heads of schools: Abbr. : PRINS
38. Show a play of colors. : OPALESCE
39. Major language group. : SLAVIC
42. He composed "The Bartered Bride." : SMETANA
45. Citizen of: Suffix. : ITE
47. Racket. : BAT
48. Hi-fi item. : RECORD
50. Recipient. : DONEE
51. Last one in. : LOSER
52. Vast expanse. : OCEAN
53. He wrote "Home, Sweet Home." : PAYNE
54. Organization founded by George Williams. : YMCA
55. Hollow: empty. : VAIN
56. Cooking substance. : LARD
60. A long time. : EON
61. Arab robe. : ABA

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 5 debuted here and reused later, 3 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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