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New York Times, Saturday, January 28, 1961

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.03, Missing: { Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 286 (avg 1.50)
Open Squares: 67, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Spans: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 7
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© 1961, The New York TimesNo. 4,215
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1. Trencherman. : EATER
6. Slightly open. : AJAR
10. Marshal of 1914. : FOCH
14. Musical syllables. : TRALA
15. Prevailing character. : TONE
16. Kind of look. : OGLE
17. City in Ouachita Mountains. : HOTSPRINGS
19. Eurasian river. : URAL
20. "A rose ___ rose . . . " : ISA
21. Of the Vatican. : PAPAL
22. Graph indication. : TREND
23. File copy. : CARBON
25. Small European sharks. : TOPES
27. Celtic. : IRISH
29. Disquiet. : UNEASE
33. Shore bird. : STILT
36. Where Eisenhower and Khrushchev met. : CAMPDAVID
38. Attlee, for one. : EARL
39. Trigonometry ratios. : SINES
40. Musical event. : SING
41. East–West in Manhattan. : CROSSTOWN
43. Like a dell. : BOSKY
44. Right to possess something. : TENURE
45. Sioux City native. : IOWAN
47. Morning prayer. : MATIN
49. Where Strasbourg is. : ALSACE
53. Shore dinner dish. : CLAMS
56. Raised platform. : STAGE
58. German article. : DAS
59. Faith's companion. : HOPE
60. Charles Evans Hughes' birthplace, in N. Y. : GLENSFALLS
62. Completed. : OVER
63. Perky. : PERT
64. Practical, old style. : UTILE
65. Unites. : WEDS
66. Bones: Lat. : OSSA
67. Jacob's father-in-law. : LABAN
1. Moral code. : ETHIC
2. Popular ski resort in Switzerland. : AROSA
3. Siberian. : TATAR
4. Spanish articles. : ELS
5. Sympathetic understanding. : RAPPORT
6. On the toes. : ATIP
7. Popular TV comic. : JONATHANWINTERS
8. ___-Saxon. : ANGLO
9. In medias ___. : RES
10. One year. : FOURSEASONS
11. Fairy tale giant. : OGRE
12. Closely knit group. : CLAN
13. Cartoonist of the 1920's. : HELD
18. Indian princess. : RANI
22. Take care of. : TEND
24. Big League umpire. : BILLSUMMERS
26. Young seals. : PUPS
28. I know: Lat. : SCIO
30. Bird: Lat. : AVIS
31. Kitchen fixture. : SINK
32. Snappish. : EDGY
33. Amish, for one. : SECT
34. Fodder plant. : TARE
35. Symbol of strength. : IRON
37. Less: Music. : MENO
39. Printing term. : STET
42. Spanish ladies. : SRAS
43. Evil. : BALEFUL
46. Comical ones. : WAGS
48. Mull, Iona, Skye, etc. : ISLES
50. TV quip. : ADLIB
51. Lily. : CALLA
52. W. German city. : ESSEN
53. Breed of dog. : CHOW
54. Term of endearment. : LOVE
55. Mocked. : APED
57. N. Y. C. theatre. : ANTA
60. Post office: Abbr. : GPO
61. ___ loss. : ATA

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 5 debuted here and reused later, 4 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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