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New York Times, Wednesday, July 13, 1960

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 31, Avg Word Len: 5.11, Missing: { H Q X }, Scrabble score: 292 (avg 1.51)
Open Squares: 86, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 0, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 5
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© 1960, The New York TimesNo. 4,016
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1. Name in bowling's Hall of Fame. : NEDDAY
7. Forebodings. : PRESAGES
15. Attain success. : ARRIVE
16. "Bad guy" in a Western. : RENEGADE
17. Parts of a jigsaw puzzle. : PIECES
18. Prized. : ESTEEMED
19. Row. : TIER
20. Water mammal. : OTTER
21. One of David's mighty men. : IRA
22. Globes. : ORBS
23. Curious onlooker. : GAZER
24. Hide. : PELT
25. Silver coin of Bucharest. : LEU
26. Practiced deception. : FAKED
27. Vegetable dish. : PUREE
28. Started: Poet. : GAN
29. Navigator Tasman. : ABEL
30. One form of power. : MAN
31. Fire-dog. : ANDIRON
33. Cumulative stakes. : JACKPOT
37. Pitch. : TAR
38. Spanish mural painter. : SERT
39. Former capital of Burma. : AVA
40. Assumed a studied attitude. : POSED
43. Secluded hollows. : GLENS
44. Fish trap. : NET
45. Ancient Syria. : ARAM
46. Curtain. : DRAPE
47. Tiny opening, as in leaves. : PORE
48. Small: Dial. : LIL
49. Harness parts. : REINS
50. Koran chapter. : SURA
51. Directed by hand. : MOTIONED
53. Capital of 58 Across. : OTTAWA
55. Optional. : ELECTIVE
56. Hotel guest. : ROOMER
57. Pawn shop customer. : REDEEMER
58. United Nations member. : CANADA
1. Be off one's guard. : NAP
2. Citizen of Asmara. : ERITREAN
3. Triple alliance: Ger. : DREIBUND
4. Cubes. : DICES
5. Declare positively. : AVER
6. Word of affirmation. : YES
7. Popular biscuit. : PRETZEL
8. Took one's ease. : RESTED
9. Stage direction. : ENTER
10. Prophet. : SEER
11. Lifetime. : AGE
12. More highly flavored. : GAMIER
13. First woman English Channel swimmer. : EDERLE
14. Composed. : SEDATE
20. Of a certain durable wood. : OAKEN
22. Slavic girl's name. : OLGA
23. Family name in show business. : GABOR
24. Smoldering substance. : PUNK
26. Electrical unit. : FARAD
27. Peace instruments. : PACTS
30. River into the Seine. : MARNE
32. Separate article. : ITEM
33. Rugged vehicles. : JEEPS
34. Pictorial view. : PANORAMA
35. Cowed. : OVERAWED
36. American poet and critic. : TATE
38. Defamation. : SLANDER
40. Pilgrim from the Holy Land. : PALMER
41. Brightly colored bird. : ORIOLE
42. Cured. : SALTED
43. Sorrow. : GRIEVE
46. Coarse, twilled cotton. : DENIM
47. Assumed. : PUTON
49. Routine. : ROTE
50. Covered walk. : STOA
52. Dessert. : ICE
53. Dolphin whale. : ORC
54. Southern constellation. : ARA

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 3 debuted here and reused later, 1 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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