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New York Times, Friday, January 12, 1962

Author: Cora Goodman
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 31, Avg Word Len: 5.39, Missing: { F J Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 277 (avg 1.43)
Open Squares: 76, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 3
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© 1962, The New York TimesNo. 4,564
Across Down
1. California crop. : GRAPES
7. Show up. : APPEAR
13. Karachi or Key West. : SEAPORT
14. Riot squad's weapon. : TEARGAS
16. Fed the pot. : ANTEDUP
17. Front hall furnishing. : HATRACK
18. Oahu neckwear. : LEI
19. Typewriter bars. : SPACERS
21. Ring decision. : TKO
22. "Money ___ everything." : ISNT
24. Chances. : TURNS
25. Jumbled, as type. : PIED
26. After sundown. : NIGHT
28. ___ detector. : LIE
29. Heroine of "The Flying Dutchman." : SENTA
30. State. : ASSERT
32. Bulwark. : BUTTRESS
34. Fly a plane. : AERO
36. State of mind. : MOOD
37. Relates (to). : PERTAINS
41. Light refractors. : PRISMS
45. In the open. : OVERT
46. Word element for "outside." : ECT
48. Tool material. : METAL
49. Nap. : PILE
50. Massenet opera. : THAIS
52. Part of a da Vinci title. : MONA
53. Landing boat. : LCI
54. Diet factor. : PROTEIN
56. Pencil of light. : RAY
57. Studio. : ATELIER
59. All the nobles. : PEERAGE
61. Abrogates. : REVOKES
62. Whole number. : INTEGER
63. Adulterate. : DEBASE
64. Cairo chief. : NASSER
1. From Adam to Joseph. : GENESIS
2. TV or campus topic. : RATINGS
3. Anthropoid. : APE
4. Hulls. : PODS
5. Break out violently. : ERUPT
6. "Twin" of Minneapolis. : STPAUL
7. Literary or scientific club. : ATHENEUM
8. Burrel and Seckel. : PEARS
9. Butter cuts. : PATS
10. Make a fluff. : ERR
11. Like quartz. : AGATINE
12. Bats for Pancho. : RACKETS
13. Salt bed. : SALINA
15. Munitions magnates of Czechoslovakia. : SKODAS
20. Slatted bin. : CRIB
23. Part of the Lincoln Center. : THEATRE
25. By the day. : PERDIEM
27. Negotiate. : TREAT
29. Blizzard. : STORM
31. Three: Prefix. : TRI
33. Zenith. : TOP
35. Small-town: Colloq. : ONEHORSE
37. Cottonwood. : POPLAR
38. Forced out. : EVICTED
39. Ease tension. : RELIEVE
40. Cat-chasing word. : SCAT
42. Safekeeping. : STORAGE
43. Executive. : MANAGER
44. Assassin. : SLAYER
47. Cravat ornament. : TIEPIN
50. Tall timber. : TREES
51. St. Catherine's home. : SIENA
54. Rabbit's relative. : PIKA
55. Certain fabrics. : NETS
58. Racket shot. : LOB
60. In medias ___. : RES

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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