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New York Times, Sunday, January 14, 1962

Author: Roberta Morse
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 62, Avg Word Len: 5.41, Missing: { Q X }, Scrabble score: 593 (avg 1.56)
Open Squares: 144, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 10, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 18
Roberta H. Morse has 64 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1962, The New York TimesNo. 4,566
Across Down
1. Relaxed. : ATREST
7. Italian condiment. : TAMARAS
14. U. N. VIP. : UTHANT
20. Tributary stream. : FEEDER
21. Mystical interpretation of the Bible. : ANAGOGE
22. A gender. : NEUTER
23. A couple of Glasses. : FRANNYANDZOOEY
25. Author Heyward. : DUBOSE
26. Wagner role. : ERDA
27. Flower parts. : STAMENS
28. Proper. : MEET
30. Degree in agriculture. : MSA
31. Lettuce. : COS
32. Scenes of action. : STAGES
33. Go up. : SOAR
34. Temperate. : MILD
35. Type of ship. : TRAMP
37. 1933 symbol. : NRA
38. Coach-and-___. : FOUR
39. Shirley Booth role. : HAZEL
40. Appear. : LOOM
42. Aardvark. : ANTBEAR
45. Cling. : COHERE
46. Danish islands. : FAEROES
49. Evade. : SHIRK
50. "Taffy ___ Welshman . . . " : WASA
51. Gourmet item. : ESCARGOT
53. Particle. : ION
54. Dennis opus. : LITTLEME
58. Law men: Abbr. : ATTYS
59. Voicing objection. : NOING
61. Bewilders. : DAZES
62. Tree. : LIN
63. Olympian. : ZEUS
64. 19th century stylist. : WALTERPATER
66. Card play. : MELD
67. Slip. : ERR
68. Crafts: Sp. : ARTES
69. Shakespearean scene. : ARDEN
70. Column part. : SOCLE
71. Treat lightly. : SNEEZEAT
73. Finial. : EPI
74. Dickens was one. : REPORTER
76. Rolls. : BUNS
77. Laughs. : HAHAS
79. Vanishes. : DEPARTS
80. Some citizens. : VOTERS
83. Old-time whaler. : DORYMAN
85. ___ contendere. : NOLO
86. "L'___," Molière satire. : AVARE
87. Trite ideas: Slang. : CORN
88. Take. : GET
90. Accounts: Abbr. : REPTS
93. Tree additive. : NEST
94. Biblical town. : CANA
95. Differs. : VARIES
97. Cut (off). : LOP
98. U. P. and S. P. : RRS
99. Nut used in extracts. : KOLA
100. Spumy. : FOAMING
102. Horn, for one. : CAPE
103. High conceptions. : IDEALS
105. Part of an Irving Stone title. : THEAGONYANDTHE
108. Shakespearean role. : JULIET
109. Obliteration. : ERASURE
110. Strip a plant for next year's crop. : DESEED
111. 102 Across and others. : NESSES
112. Seats. : SETTEES
113. Flashy. : SPORTY
1. Feign. : AFFECT
2. Pest: Colloq. : TERROR
3. Reprimands severely. : READSALECTURE
4. Miss Millay. : EDNA
5. Ginza coin. : SEN
6. Meeting. : TRYST
7. Figurine from anc. Boeotia. : TANAGRA
8. Ways ___. : ANDMEANS
9. Labyrinths. : MAZES
10. Greek contest. : AGON
11. Bush animals, for short. : ROOS
12. Moyen ___. : AGE
13. Henry VIII's Jane. : SEYMOUR
14. Bound by. : UNDER
15. German: Abbr. : TEUT
16. Center. : HUB
17. Spray. : ATOMIZE
18. German chemist. : NESSLER
19. Foot lever. : TREADLE
24. ___ end. : ATAN
29. Attention. : EAR
32. Tracks. : SPOORS
33. "The Old ___." : SOAK
34. Title of Shah Jahan's wife. : MAHAL
36. Food fish. : MORAYS
38. House plant. : FERN
39. Multitudes. : HOSTS
41. Miss March. : MEG
43. Poetic possessive. : THINE
44. Freeman's forte. : BIOGRAPHY
45. Supply food. : CATER
46. Worries: Dial. : FEAZES
47. Nautical term. : ASTERN
48. Musical works. : SONATAS
50. Dried up. : WIZENED
52. House sign. : TOLET
54. By and by. : LATER
55. Metal worker. : ELECTROPLATER
56. French painter. : MILLET
57. Bitter-___. : ENDERS
60. Possessive. : ITS
61. Pop. : DAD
64. Jenny and others. : WRENS
65. Husband of Hecuba. : PRIAM
66. Army's concern. : MORALE
68. Blue. : AZURE
70. Deep sleeps. : SOPORS
72. German president, 1919. : EBERT
73. Merit. : EARN
75. Sword's superior. : PEN
77. Time: Sp. : HORA
78. Indian chief. : SAGAMORE
80. Rembrandt. : VANRIJN
81. Tardy. : OVERDUE
82. Mortarboard décor. : TASSELS
83. Gives. : DONATES
84. Lilylike plants. : NERINES
87. ___. Tech. : CAL
89. Minute. : TINY
91. Place akin to hell. : TOPHET
92. Prompt. : SPEEDY
94. Outlays. : COSTS
95. Uncertain. : VAGUE
96. Mild oaths. : EGADS
99. Modern painter. : KLEE
100. Exploit. : FEAT
101. Kiln. : OAST
102. Member of a decorated group: Abbr. : CDSO
104. Sloths. : AIS
106. Otho I's realm: Abbr. : HRE
107. Fibrous knot. : NEP

Answer summary: 8 unique to this puzzle, 10 debuted here and reused later, 9 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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