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New York Times, Friday, July 18, 1958

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 31, Avg Word Len: 5.39, Missing: { J Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 272 (avg 1.40)
Open Squares: 74, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 12
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© 1958, The New York TimesNo. 3,307
Across Down
1. Smartly stylish: Colloq. : CHIC
5. Slide sideways. : SKID
9. A simple game of ball. : CATCH
14. Constellation, the Harp. : LYRA
15. Evergreen. : PINE
16. "The Three-Penny ___." : OPERA
17. Attributes of those receptive to new ideas. : OPENMINDS
19. Ninth canonical hour. : NONES
20. A noisy ghost. : POLTERGEIST
22. Old name of Tokyo. : EDO
23. High: Comp. form. : ALTI
24. U. S. Air Force officer, W. W. II. : BRERETON
26. Harold Bluetooth was one. : DANE
28. Guardian. : TUTELAR
30. Full stop. : END
31. Hunting equipment. : GUNS
32. Personage. : FIGURE
36. Western mountains. : SIERRAS
38. Gave sovereignty to. : THRONED
39. Where Jaffa is. : ISRAEL
40. Kind of terrier. : SKYE
41. Acted. : DID
42. Platform at the head of a mast. : MAINTOP
44. Gambling game. : KENO
45. The Mediterranean. : GREATSEA
48. Not e'er. : NEER
50. Propeller turn: Colloq. : REV
51. Hackneyed expressions, for example. : STEREOTYPES
55. Winged. : ALATE
57. Clashing unmelodiously. : DISSONANT
58. Substances used for laboratory cultures. : MEDIA
59. The summer in Paris. : LETE
60. Lake of No. Ireland. : ERNE
61. Product of the crucible. : STEEL
62. Times of note. : ERAS
63. Destiny. : STAR
1. Hoof beat sound. : CLOP
2. Photographer's solution. : HYPO
3. Man of Erin. : IRELANDER
4. Rear part of a saddle. : CANTLE
5. Séance holder. : SPIRITUALIST
6. High card. : KING
7. Obligates: Rare. : INDEBTS
8. Want. : DESIRE
9. Au ___ (quite the opposite): Fr. : CONTRAIRE
10. G. I. address. : APO
11. Belief. : TENET
12. Set of opinions. : CREDO
13. Is wearing. : HASON
18. Encountered. : MET
21. States of automatic mesmerism. : SELFHYPNOSES
25. Therefore. : ERGO
26. Señor Arnaz. : DESI
27. Black birds. : ANIS
29. Gott mit ___: German motto. : UNS
31. Symbol on back of a dollar bill. : GREATSEAL
33. Subordinate role. : UNDERPART
34. Bridle strap. : REIN
35. Taro root. : EDDO
37. Royal name in Thailand. : RAMA
38. Victory in the ring. : TKO
40. More glassy-eyed. : STARIER
43. Tease persistently: Colloq. : NEEDLE
44. Noted English economist (1883–1946). : KEYNES
45. Metric weights. : GRAMS
46. Rent again. : RELET
47. Equivocate. : EVADE
49. Europe in the early '40s. : ETO
52. Part of "to be" in Spanish. : ESTA
53. City of central Sicily. : ENNA
54. Suffix meaning "one who." : STER
56. Male adornment. : TIE

Answer summary: 8 unique to this puzzle, 4 debuted here and reused later, 6 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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