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New York Times, Friday, August 22, 1958

Author:
Charles Allen
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 5.05, Missing: { F Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 291 (avg 1.56)
Open Squares: 76, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 6, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 9
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© 1958, The New York TimesNo. 3,342
Across
1. Succor. : HELP
5. Certain college students: Colloq. : COEDS
10. The Middle ___. : AGES
14. Jai ___. : ALAI
15. Political name of 1956. : ADLAI
16. Ophelia, for instance. : ROLE
17. Rotational tournament. : ROUNDROBIN
19. Inlet. : COVE
20. Phrase for a joint proprietor. : PARTOWNER
21. Hart's "Heathen Chinee." : AHSIN
22. California peak. : SHASTA
23. Diminutives of a girl's name. : EMMIES
25. Swimming pool demonstration. : SWANDIVE
28. Supped. : ATE
31. Soon afterward. : THEN
32. Prepared for exhibition. : STAGED
35. "The Grapes of ___." : WRATH
37. Disc jockeys, for short. : DJS
39. Prominent labor union. : ILGWU
40. One of the Philippines. : NEGROS
42. River into the Seine. : OISE
44. Legislator: Abbr. : SEN
45. Name for the Twentieth Amendment. : LAMEDUCK
47. Denominate: Archaic. : BENAME
48. "Ten cents ___ . . . " : ADANCE
54. Curl. : TRESS
55. Fans of 37 Across. : LISTENERS
58. Toy. : YOYO
59. Dance of the ragtime era. : TURKEYTROT
60. "To a Skylark." : POEM
61. Robin of song. : ADAIR
62. Shout at a bacchanal. : EVOE
63. Ends' companions. : ODDS
64. Between 12 and 20. : TEENS
65. Small rooms. : DENS
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1. Accompaniment for heavenly choirs. : HARPS
2. God: Hebrew name in Book of Job. : ELOAH
3. Petrarch's lady. : LAURA
4. Measures of capacity. : PINTS
5. Automotive service. : CARWASH
6. Tooth: Comb. form. : ODON
7. River into the North Sea. : ELBE
8. Manchurian industrial city. : DAIREN
9. Wrong. : SIN
10. Of public records. : ARCHIVAL
11. Certain sports scores: Slang. : GOOSEEGGS
12. Name cherished by teen-agers. : ELVIS
13. Experienced. : SEEN
18. Part of the Morse Code. : DOT
21. Friendship: Fr. : AMITIE
24. Men of the caduceus: Abbr. : MDS
26. Espouse. : WED
27. Historical region of NW France. : ANJOU
28. Barley beard. : AWN
29. Three: Ital. : TRE
30. Keenly observant. : EAGLEEYED
31. Name meaning a twin. : THOMAS
33. Female animal. : EWE
34. Drab color. : DUN
36. Types of hinged windows. : TRANSOMS
38. "___ transit gloria mundi." : SIC
41. School: Abbr. : SEM
43. Rink patrons. : SKATERS
46. Beguile. : DELUDE
47. Bird's family. : BROOD
49. Ruler of old Algiers. : DEY
50. Chipped in. : ANTED
51. Give courage to. : NERVE
52. Sing, as a lullaby. : CROON
53. Colorado park. : ESTES
54. Newspaper error: Slang. : TYPO
56. Dies ___. : IRAE
57. Integument. : SKIN
59. Do ornamental netting. : TAT

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 6 debuted here and reused later, 5 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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