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New York Times, Monday, January 31, 1966

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 41, Avg Word Len: 5.11, Missing: { J Q X }, Scrabble score: 270 (avg 1.47)
Open Squares: 66, Cheaters: 8, FITB: 4, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 1
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© 1966, The New York TimesNo. 6,015
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1. Hat. : SAILOR
7. Decorate 12 Across. : FROST
12. Popular desserts. : CUPCAKES
14. Certain races. : RELAYS
16. Desire. : APPETITE
17. Admit as a member. : INDUCT
18. Contained. : HELD
19. Merited. : EARNED
21. Bird sound. : COO
22. Anger. : IRE
23. St. ___, English resort. : IVES
24. Wetback, perhaps. : PEON
25. Brims. : LIPS
27. Over again. : ANEW
28. Unsophisticated: Slang. : CORNY
29. Dallies. : LOITERS
31. Riverbed deposit. : SILT
33. Vaquero's rope. : REATA
34. Slide or glide. : COAST
37. Household effects. : RUGS
39. Members of a line-up. : BATTERS
41. Part of a gross. : DOZEN
44. Marx. : KARL
46. Gem. : OPAL
47. Azurite and others. : ORES
48. Opera role. : MIMI
49. ___ mala (birds of ill omen). : AVI
50. Cantor song. : IDA
51. Countenance. : VISAGE
53. French knight of Camelot tale. : EREC
54. First name in politics. : NELSON
56. Yarn. : TALLTALE
58. Capri attraction. : GROTTO
59. Put in office. : INSTATED
60. Bullock. : STEER
61. Churn part. : DASHER
1. Pre-eminent. : SUPERIOR
2. Popular dessert. : APPLEPIE
3. Like some beverages. : ICED
4. Old language: Abbr. : LAT
5. Steinbeck character. : OKIE
6. Keeps in mind. : RETAINS
7. Cooks. : FRIES
8. Split. : REND
9. Of long standing. : OLD
10. Piece of china. : SAUCER
11. Powerful businessman. : TYCOON
12. Electric typewriter inventor (1867–1934). : CAHILL
13. Tennis term. : SERVE
15. Inexorable. : STONY
20. TV program. : NEWS
24. One kind of salad. : POTATO
26. Goggles. : STARES
27. One of a Kipling trio. : ARAG
28. Coagulate. : CLOT
30. Vingt-___. : ETUN
32. Adjective suffix. : ICAL
35. Divide, as eggs. : SEPARATE
36. One on the wing. : TRAVELER
38. Sports gear. : SKIS
39. Jesse James. : BRIGAND
40. Like some bread. : SLICED
41. Working out. : DOING
42. Fraternities. : ORDERS
43. Fanatic. : ZEALOT
45. Violin maker. : AMATI
48. Under age. : MINOR
51. Suffrage. : VOTE
52. Operatic bride. : ELSA
53. Greenland base. : ETAH
55. Sault ___ Marie. : STE
57. Army men. : LTS

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