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New York Times, Wednesday, May 28, 1958

Author:
Herbert Ettenson
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.03, Missing: { Q V X Z }, Scrabble score: 291 (avg 1.52)
Open Squares: 76, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 6, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 8
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Across
1. The style or cut of type. : FACE
5. Modern artist. : DALI
9. Ipso ___. : FACTO
14. Manchurian river. : AMUR
15. Land of Tralee. : ERIN
16. ___ all (as a whole). : ALLIN
17. Actress Kirk. : LISA
18. Teller's milieu. : BANK
19. Quench. : SLAKE
20. Wartime craft. : LST
21. Equal. : SAME
22. Summer rain. : SHOWER
23. Cause of power failure. : SHORTCIRCUIT
26. Board. : MEALS
27. Flourish. : PROSPER
31. Arab. : SEMITE
33. City on the Orne River. : CAEN
34. Wartime agency. : OPA
35. Native of Meshed. : IRANI
36. Holders of academic titles: Abbr. : DRS
37. Trojan prince. : PARIS
39. Movable cover. : LID
40. Execute, as an order. : OBEY
42. Side of bacon. : FLITCH
43. South Sea Islands. : OCEANIA
45. Steinbeck's Okies. : JOADS
46. Large butterflies. : SWALLOWTAILS
50. Lizards. : AGAMAS
53. Qualified. : ABLE
54. Slope. : DIP
55. Novel by Edna Ferber. : SOBIG
56. Yardstick. : RULE
57. Gauzy fabric. : LENO
58. Picasso. : PABLO
59. Perfume. : ODOR
60. Therefore: Lat. : ERGO
61. Dutch genre painter. : STEEN
62. Calls for silence. : TSTS
63. "The bird ___ the wing." : ISON
Down
1. Cascade. : FALLS
2. Followers of Jacob Amen. : AMISH
3. Specially manufactured. : CUSTOMMADE
4. Significant date. : ERA
5. Violent disruption. : DEBACLE
6. Musketeer. : ARAMIS
7. Relative of a fly. : LINER
8. Product of nut-gall. : INK
9. George Bryan Brummell, for one. : FASHIONPLATE
10. Distributes in portions. : ALLOTS
11. Forked end of a hammer. : CLAW
12. Small child: Colloq. : TIKE
13. Unicum. : ONER
21. Suburban vehicle. : STATIONWAGON
22. Indisputable. : SURE
24. Curb. : REIN
25. Tax experts: Colloq. : CPAS
28. Southpaws. : PORTSIDERS
29. "Beowulf," for example. : EPIC
30. Imprudent. : RASH
31. Fodder holder. : SILO
32. Actor Portman. : ERIC
33. "Eureka!" for one. : CRY
36. Big ___. : DEAL
38. Role for Zinka Milanov. : AIDA
41. Inclination. : BIAS
42. ___ "Modern English Usage." : FOWLERS
44. "With ___ and a Song." : ASMILE
45. Goods for sale as one quantity. : JOBLOT
47. Extols. : LAUDS
48. Dialect. : LINGO
49. Golf club. : SPOON
50. Vipers. : ASPS
51. Pan's prototype. : GOAT
52. Mrs. Cugat. : ABBE
56. Nonsense! : ROT
57. Garland. : LEI

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 6 debuted here and reused later, 4 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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