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New York Times, Tuesday, January 19, 1960

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 4.90, Missing: { F J K Q X }, Scrabble score: 301 (avg 1.58)
Open Squares: 66, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 5, XRef: 1, Spans: 2, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 5
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© 1960, The New York TimesNo. 3,840

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Students & seniors
Across
1. Garment. : CAPE
5. Punctuation mark. : COMMA
10. Hoofbeat. : CLOP
14. Warwick’s river. : AVON
15. Large bay window. : ORIEL
16. Rake. : ROUE
17. ___ up (quickens): Slang. : PEPS
18. Beast of burden. : LLAMA
19. “_____ boy!” : ITSA
20. Bishop. : PRELATE
22. Good fellow: Colloq. : BROTHER
24. Without: Fr. : SAMS
25. Far. : REMOTE
26. British hunting cry. : CHEVY
28. Pronoun. : HER
29. One of the Marx brothers. : ZEPPO
32. ___ geranium. : ROSE
33. Year in Trojan’s reign. : CIV
34. Stout-hearted men. : HEROES
35. Increases: Colloq. : UPS
36. Worked in clay. : MODELED
38. Anglo-Saxon money of account. : ORA
39. Settled. : SEATED
41. System of rules. : LAW
42. Sound. : TRIG
43. Rendezvous. : TRYST
44. Look closely. : PRY
45. Short time. : WHILE
46. Large cravat worn in Scotland. : OERLAY
48. Ragged. : TORN
49. Post exchange. : CANTEEN
51. Heated shelter for chicks. : BROODER
54. Purposes. : AIMS
55. C’est ___ (that is to say): Fr. : ADIRE
57. Opera written in 1871. : AIDA
58. Before: Prefix. : PRAE
59. Black buck of India. : SASIN
60. Converts into leather. : TANS
61. City of N France. : SENS
62. Narrow groove of a certain shape. : TSLOT
63. Clothes fastener. : SNAP
Down
1. Contemporary cartoonist. : CAPP
2. Affirm. : AVER
3. Classic from 1733. : POPESESSAYONMAN
4. Enthrall. : ENSLAVE
5. Young animals. : COLTS
6. Escutcheon border. : ORLE
7. Italian pronoun. : MIA
8. Clubmen. : MEMBER
9. Danger signal. : ALARM
10. Domestic animal: Dial. : CRITTER
11. Quotation from 3 Down. : LOTHEPOORINDIAN
12. Yorkshire river. : OUSE
13. Fruit. : PEAR
21. One indifferently out of a number. : AMY
23. Seeped. : OOZED
25. Noisy festivity. : REVELRY
26. Piece of bread. : CRUST
27. Confident one. : HOPER
28. Secreted. : HID
30. Danger. : PERIL
31. River into the Missouri. : OSAGE
33. Massachusetts cape. : COD
34. Cut down. : HEW
36. Unit of length: Brit. sp. : METRE
37. Put down. : LAY
40. African insects. : TSETSES
42. Parts of necks. : THROATS
44. Himalayan animals. : PANDAS
45. Court. : WOO
47. Slightest. : LEAST
48. Little Nell’s last name. : TRENT
49. Top parts. : CAPS
50. Leeds’ river. : AIRE
51. Con ___ (with spirit): Mus. : BRIO
52. Novelist Ferber. : EDNA
53. File. : RASP
56. Manhattan, for one: Abbr. : ISL

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

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