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New York Times, Wednesday, January 27, 1960

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.16, Missing: { F J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 278 (avg 1.46)
Open Squares: 81, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 7
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© 1960, The New York TimesNo. 3,848
Across Down
1. Appear unexpectedly. : POPUP
6. Swallow eagerly. : GULP
10. Service women: Colloq. : WACS
14. Lacking sense. : INANE
15. Scene of Marco Polo’s travels. : ASIA
16. M. P.’s concern. : AWOL
17. Terse assurance of ability. : CANDO
18. Football’s Nittany Lions. : PENNSTATE
20. Relatives of chrysanthemums. : ASTERS
22. Device useful at a rink. : SKATEKEY
23. Constellation. : ORION
25. Imprisonment. : DURESS
26. Game like napoleon. : PAM
28. Middle East people. : ARABIANS
31. Mohammedan noble. : AMIR
33. Member of the family, for short. : GRAN
34. Ice-fishing device. : TIPUP
38. Lake in Italy. : COMO
39. Not copies: Abbr. : ORIGS
41. Charles ___ Gibson. : DANA
42. Trample. : TREAD
44. Odd: Scot. : ORRA
45. Remnants. : ENDS
46. Devices for catching large birds. : DRAWNETS
49. Little child. : TOT
50. Fiery. : REDHOT
53. Defense group with HQ at Bangkok. : SEATO
55. Removed utterly. : UPROOTED
58. Mourning hymns. : DIRGES
61. Keenly observant person. : SHARPEYES
63. City in France. : LILLE
64. Part of S. A. R. : SONS
65. River into Gulf of Finland. : NEVA
66. School in France. : ECOLE
67. Border. : EDGE
68. ___ coffee. : DRIP
69. Restrain by a threat. : DETER
1. Size of type. : PICA
2. Natives of Cape Horn. : ONAS
3. Form of theatrical spectacle. : PANTOMIME
4. In the shade of. : UNDER
5. City in Illinois. : PEORIA
6. Hiatus. : GAP
7. Employs. : USES
8. Connection. : LINK
9. Spanish bread pudding. : PANADA
10. Seashore. : WATERSIDE
11. Open-eyed. : AWAKE
12. Shelters for animals. : COTES
13. Weavers’ reeds. : SLEYS
19. Unusual feat: Colloq. : STUNT
21. Cereal grass grown for syrup, fodder, etc. : SORGO
24. Of little extent. : NARROW
26. Agreement. : PACT
27. Cupid. : AMOR
29. Lassie. : BAIRN
30. Great French painter. : INGRES
32. Mount that is not a hunter. : ROADHORSE
35. One conversant with all languages. : PANTOGLOT
36. Loosen. : UNDO
37. Days of yore. : PAST
40. Surfeited. : SATED
43. Languish. : DROOP
47. Be present at. : ATTEND
48. Moved along with dignity. : SAILED
50. Charlotte ___. : RUSSE
51. Jewish priestly garment. : EPHOD
52. Sturm und ___. : DRANG
54. Haul in and lash: Naut. : TRICE
56. Watcher. : EYER
57. Consort of Siva. : DEVI
59. French pronoun. : ELLE
60. Astrologer. : SEER
62. Vital fluid. : SAP

Answer summary: 5 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later, 5 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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