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New York Times, Monday, January 11, 1960

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 4.90, Missing: { J Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 285 (avg 1.49)
Open Squares: 66, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 9
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© 1960, The New York TimesNo. 3,832
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1. Farm enclosures. : STIES
6. Screen vamp of yore. : BARA
10. Single photograph. : SHOT
14. French aunt. : TANTE
15. Hero of “Green Mansions.” : ABEL
16. Israeli national dance. : HORA
17. Pungent vegetable. : ONION
18. Father. : FAMILYMAN
20. Farm product. : EGG
21. On the way. : OFF
23. Kimono sash. : OBI
24. Large deer. : ELK
25. Members of the family. : POORRELATIONS
29. Nautical. : MARINE
30. Reading for musicians. : NOTES
33. Medics. : DOCS
36. Where Fort Wayne is: Abbr. : IND
37. Faintest. : MEREST
38. Pronoun. : OUR
39. Pert. to pages. : PAGINAL
41. ___ loss. : ATA
42. Scrubs clean. : SCOURS
44. Horse and buggy. : RIG
45. 1944 date. : DDAY
46. Gleamed. : SHONE
47. ___ ergo sum (I think, therefore I am): Lat. : COGITO
49. Member of the family. : KISSINGCOUSIN
54. He wooed Mary Todd. : ABE
56. Little one. : TOT
57. Reptile. : ASP
58. Bluegrass genus: Bot. : POA
59. Member of the christening. : GODMOTHER
62. Popular children’s book. : HEIDI
64. Entertaining job. : ROLE
65. Be inclined. : TEND
66. April in Paris. : AVRIL
67. Alcohol used as a solvent. : AMYL
68. Raw materials. : ORES
69. Years of one’s life. : TEENS
1. Veranda, in So. Africa. : STOEP
2. Romantic dance. : TANGO
3. Architect Jones, of 17th C. England. : INIGO
4. Wartime initials. : ETO
5. Lady of the casa. : SENORA
6. Mystifying indeed. : BAFFLING
7. Bankers group: Abbr. : ABA
8. Indirect. : REMOTE
9. A popular defense in court. : ALIBI
10. Timid as a fawn. : SHY
11. Site for a pioneer. : HOMESTEAD
12. Not written. : ORAL
13. Swimming pool. : TANK
19. A Barrymore. : LIONEL
22. Spanish festivals. : FERIAS
26. Quantities of paper: Abbr. : RMS
27. Fireplace feature. : ANDIRON
28. And not. : NOR
31. This: Span. : ESTA
32. Linger. : STAY
33. ___ house, British flophouse. : DOSS
34. Exclamation of pain. : OUCH
35. Awry. : CROOKEDLY
37. Supernatural powers. : MAGICS
39. Magician’s word. : PRESTO
40. Skinflints. : NIGGARDS
43. One: Comb. form. : UNI
45. Dutch painter, pupil of Rembrandt. : DOU
47. Ancient lyrelike instrument. : CITHER
48. Formal headgear. : TOPHAT
50. ___ voce. : SOTTO
51. Pointed tower. : SPIRE
52. Antiseptic chemical. : IODIN
53. Symbol of hardness. : NAILS
54. Indian city visited by Ike. : AGRA
55. Upsurge in trade. : BOOM
60. Sportscaster Allen. : MEL
61. Easterly point. : ENE
63. Poetic time of day. : EVE

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 5 debuted here and reused later, 3 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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