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New York Times, Saturday, September 20, 1958

Author: Jack Luzzatto
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 32, Avg Word Len: 5.22, Missing: { Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 289 (avg 1.50)
Open Squares: 62, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 7, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 4
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© 1958, The New York TimesNo. 3,371
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1. Have a yearning. : ACHE
5. Schoolbook holder. : STRAP
10. Migrate : TREK
14. ___ Coward. : NOEL
15. "Cute" bear. : KOALA
16. Horse color. : ROAN
17. Bumper-to-bumper business. : TRAFFICJAM
19. Too. : ALSO
20. Interminable. : ENDLESS
21. Small bracelet. : CIRCLET
23. Code for order. : LAM
24. Turkish inn. : IMARET
26. Revolve. : SPIN
28. Growl. : GNAR
29. Where the owl and pussycat went. : TOSEA
33. Time for soliciting contributions. : TAGDAY
35. Speaking. : UTTERING
37. Anglo-Saxon letter. : EDH
38. Secondhand car. : TRADEIN
40. Agnus ___. : DEI
41. In a ___ (in a few words). : NUTSHELL
43. Grain food. : CEREAL
45. Liking. : TASTE
46. Ceramic piece. : TILE
48. Per se ___ (to be by itself): Lat. : ESSE
49. Utterly foolish. : INSANE
51. Lawyer: Abbr. : ATT
52. Outdoor. : OPENAIR
55. Province of the Calgary Stampede. : ALBERTA
59. Arrest of progress. : HALT
60. Highway intersection. : CLOVERLEAF
62. Eye appreciatively. : OGLE
63. Nautical cleat. : KEVEL
64. Informative talk: Abbr. : LECT
65. Be informed. : HEAR
66. Inflexible. : STONY
67. Wall Street items:Abbr. : STKS
1. Status quo ___. : ANTE
2. Midwest drop. : CORN
3. Beams in the night. : HEADLIGHTS
4. Titania's realm. : ELFLAND
5. Equipment for Lake Placid. : SKIS
6. The alarm. : TOCSIN
7. Sovereignty, in India. : RAJ
8. By the bill of fare. : ALACARTE
9. "Roof of the World," in central Asia. : PAMIR
10. Motor truck for hauling. : TRACTOR
11. Ship's motion. : ROLL
12. Simplicity. : EASE
13. Bow. : KNOT
18. Not many. : FEM
22. Pine-tar product. : RETENE
25. Effusively sentimental. : MAUDLIN
26. Old-time tax. : STENT
27. Home of Katharina the shrew. : PADUA
28. "Did ___ and gimble in the wabe . . . " : GYRE
30. Popular parking place. : SIDESTREET
31. Vergil's hero: Var. : ENEAS
32. Nimble. : AGILE
34. Olympian patron of arts. : ATHENA
36. Tempt: Dial. : TICE
39. Small shrine. : ALTARLET
42. Frugal one. : STINTER
44. Gives a new account. : RETELLS
47. Add yeast. : LEAVEN
50. Incites to attack. : SICKS
51. Shortened or condensed: Abbr. : ABR
52. Expression of great surprise. : OHOH
53. Attendant. : PAGE
54. Hurricane after Daisy. : ELLA
56. Dutch painter in England. : LELY
57. Zigzag course. : TACK
58. Times of day: Abbr. : AFTS
61. Ab ___(from the egg): Lat. : OVO

Answer summary: 4 debuted here and reused later, 13 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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