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New York Times, Saturday, August 2, 1958

Author:
Jan and Mike Dubin
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 35, Avg Word Len: 5.28, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 252 (avg 1.33)
Open Squares: 76, Cheaters: 8, FITB: 6, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 13
Jan and Mike Dubin have 12 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
David Steinberg notes:

Original 25-Across had "pumpkin," but the line in the poem by James Whitcomb Riley is "The frost is on the punkin . . . "; corrected this.

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© 1958, The New York TimesNo. 3,322
Across
1. Continue in human memory. : LIVEON
7. Not much. : LITTLE
13. Phrase meaning "ceaselessly." : ONANDON
15. Hindu sacred city. : BENARES
16. Fishing port on Bay of Biscay. : SANTONA
17. Unaccented syllables. : ATONICS
18. Sibilant sound. : SST
19. Causes to stop, as a steed. : REINSIN
21. French season. : ETE
22. Greenland settlement. : ETAH
24. Assassinated. : SLAIN
25. "The frost ___ the punkin . . . " : ISON
26. Cheroot: Var. : SEGAR
28. And so on: Lat. Abbr. : ETC
29. Sleeper's sound. : SNORE
30. Rams of the flock. : WETHERS
32. Posters. : SIGNS
33. Wriggling. : EELY
34. Beast of burden. : MULE
35. Dire. : AWFUL
37. To make one's bed and have to ___. : LIEONIT
40. Expression of boredom. : HOHUM
41. Distress signal. : SOS
42. Conclude. : SUMUP
44. City on the Oka. : OREL
45. Embroidery silk. : FLOSS
47. Gaels' land. : EIRE
48. Row. : OAR
49. Hermit. : EREMITE
51. Explosive. : TNT
52. Tolled. : KNELLED
54. Legal matter. : LAWCASE
56. Conceited persons. : EGOISTS
57. Builder. : ERECTOR
58. Washes lightly. : RINSES
59. Roman bronze coin. : TRIENS
Down
1. Figures in red ink. : LOSSES
2. Be ___ (be worried): Colloq. : INASTEW
3. Point after deuce. : VANTAGE
4. Adjective and noun suffix. : ENT
5. Aroma. : ODOR
6. Roman calendar date. : NONES
7. Admit. : LETIN
8. ___ the ground floor. : INON
9. Sunburn. : TAN
10. Tests the fit of. : TRIESON
11. University readers. : LECTORS
12. Hebrew ascetic. : ESSENE
14. Place where spikes, tacks, etc., are made. : NAILERY
15. Fundamental. : BASIC
20. Washington ballplayers: Colloq. : NATS
23. Odious. : HATEFUL
25. Female theatrical role. : INGENUE
27. Catarrh. : RHEUM
29. Fodder holders. : SILOS
31. House addition. : ELL
32. Plead. : SUE
34. Grenade. : MISSILE
35. Highest peak in New Zealand. : AORANGI
36. At which. : WHEREON
37. Take shape. : LOOM
38. Ape. : IMITATE
39. Attacks suddenly. : TURNSON
40. ___-on (coupler). : HOOKER
41. Winter vehicles. : SLEDS
43. Wanes (with "out"). : PETERS
45. Chafes. : FRETS
46. Onset. : START
49. In addition. : ELSE
50. Pitcher. : EWER
53. Fleur-de-___. : LIS
55. 201. : CCI

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 10 debuted here and reused later, 4 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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