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New York Times, Saturday, January 19, 1963

Author:
S. A. Kay
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 37, Avg Word Len: 5.22, Missing: { J K Q W Y }, Scrabble score: 273 (avg 1.45)
Open Squares: 68, Cheaters: 10, FITB: 2, XRef: 2, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 4
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Students & seniors
Across
1. Soundest. : SAFEST
7. Meaning. : DRIFT
12. This year. : MCMLXIII
14. Safari member. : BEARER
15. Pieces of furniture. : ARMOIRES
16. Capital of the Punjab. : LAHORE
17. Come home to ___. : ROOST
18. Aymer, in "Ivanhoe." : PRIOR
20. Poor Clare. : NUN
21. Certain negatives. : NONS
22. Smiling. : RIANT
23. Author of "A Man for All Seasons." : BOLT
24. Finial. : EPI
25. Torrid and temperate. : ZONES
26. Vegetable dish. : PUREE
27. Hussar's weapon. : SABER
29. Biblical tribe. : LEVITES
31. Aural. : OTIC
33. So much: Fr. : TANT
34. Cyrano's plume. : PANACHE
37. Knavish looks. : LEERS
40. Easy-to-catch items. : COLDS
41. Entreats earnestly. : URGES
43. Much-used abbreviation. : ETC
45. Vermin. : RATS
46. Steelhead. : TROUT
47. Large spotted fish of the Atlantic. : OPAH
48. German pronoun. : ICH
49. Guards. : TENDS
50. Eyelashes. : CILIA
51. Farriers. : SHOERS
53. Fit for food. : ESCULENT
55. Ring for attaching a leash. : TERRET
56. Caches. : SECRETES
57. Birds of a region. : ORNIS
58. Arranged in rows. : TIERED
Down
1. Rasping sounds. : SCROOPS
2. Ingredient in smelling salts. : AMMONIA
3. Soft silken plant fibers. : FLOSS
4. Subway sign. : EXIT
5. Gawain or Galahad. : SIR
6. Item of jewelry. : TIEPIN
7. Beloved. : DEAR
8. College cheer. : RAH
9. Important product of Minnesota. : IRONORE
10. Rods wielded by schoolmasters. : FERULES
11. Thirty: Fr. : TRENTE
12. Chalons' river. : MARNE
13. Near East republic. : ISRAEL
14. Eclipse (with "out"). : BLOT
19. 42 Down, for example. : INSET
22. Dewy. : RORIC
23. Small mountain. : BUTTE
25. Greek letters. : ZETAS
26. Lords of the forest. : PINES
28. Securities. : BONDS
30. Ruy Blas was one. : VALET
32. Stir by violent motion. : CHURN
34. Stealer of game. : POACHER
35. Band instrument. : ALTHORN
36. Gnaws away. : ERODES
38. Plentifully supplied. : REPLETE
39. Smirched. : STAINED
40. "The Count of Monte ___." : CRISTO
42. Triangular piece of a glove. : GUSSET
44. Confabulations. : CHATS
46. Touchstone. : TEST
47. Cargo ship of a sort. : OILER
49. Three, in Spain. : TRES
50. French priest. : CURE
52. Son of Gad. : ERI
54. Relative of 12 Across. : CCI

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 3 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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