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New York Times, Friday, September 19, 1958

Author: Sidney Lambert
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 5.11, Missing: { J Q V Z }, Scrabble score: 304 (avg 1.61)
Open Squares: 73, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 8, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 8
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© 1958, The New York TimesNo. 3,370
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1. Metal beam of a certain shape. : TBAR
5. Newest. : LAST
9. In ___ (because). : THAT
13. Half: Prefix. : HEMI
14. Quechuan Indian. : INCA
15. Hindu title of respect. : SWAMI
16. "Sleep like ___." : ALOG
17. Corner. : NOOK
18. Malarky. : HOKUM
19. The latest in clothing. : WASHANDWEAR
22. Honshu bay. : ISE
23. Tupelo. : TREE
24. Fearful. : ALARMED
26. License. : PERMIT
29. Club steak. : TBONE
30. Seething. : ABOIL
31. Practical joker: Colloq. : PRANKSTER
35. One of the triplets. : TRIN
36. ___ blue. : ALICE
37. But: Span. : PERO
38. Restrains. : HOLDSBACK
40. ___ House in Washington. : BLAIR
41. Overact. : EMOTE
42. Elegant: Colloq. : DRESSY
43. Novel of 1759. : CANDIDE
46. Irish man's name. : SEAN
47. Brew. : ALE
48. Certain pitchers. : LEFTHANDERS
53. D. D. Emmett's song. : DIXIE
55. ___-Altaic languages. : URAL
56. Depart. : EXIT
57. Trinkets. : GAUDS
58. Vein of ore. : LODE
59. Deerlike animal of Asia. : NAPU
60. In ___ (existing). : ESSE
61. Of silver: Abbr. : STER
62. Federal agents. : TMEN
1. Unbend. : THAW
2. Early king of Hungary. : BELA
3. Hebrew prophet. : AMOS
4. Purposing well.. : RIGHTMINDED
5. Small finch. : LINNET
6. Positive terminal. : ANODE
7. Flat-bottomed boat. : SCOW
8. ___ seat (retire in favor of another): Colloq. : TAKEABACK
9. Deuce. : TWO
10. Moslem judge. : HAKIM
11. Divert. : AMUSE
12. Clocked. : TIMED
15. Contradicted. : SHRANK
20. Seed covering. : ARIL
21. Let ___ (not to mention). : ALONE
25. Lustrous. : RESPLENDENT
26. Footway. : PATH
27. Saragossa's river. : EBRO
28. Vex. : ROIL
29. Moment. : TRICE
31. Generous servings. : PLATEFULS
32. Afternoon affairs. : TEAS
33. Greek goddess. : ERIS
34. Hero of old ballad. : RORY
36. House. : ABODE
39. Is propitious. : SMILES
40. Type of cereal. : BRAN
42. Buyer and seller. : DEALER
43. Beg: Colloq. : CADGE
44. Otherwise named. : ALIAS
45. Link. : NEXUS
46. Comparative obscurity. : SHADE
49. Jogging pace. : TROT
50. School event. : EXAM
51. Consummate. : RIPE
52. Daze. : STUN
54. Suffix for chemical compound. : IDE

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 6 debuted here and reused later, 3 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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