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New York Times, Wednesday, December 14, 1960

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.79, Missing: { K Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 290 (avg 1.55)
Open Squares: 67, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 7, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 5
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© 1960, The New York TimesNo. 4,170
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1. Easy pace. : AMBLE
6. ___ avis. : RARA
10. Panther: Poet. : PARD
14. LaGuardia, for one. : MAYOR
15. The first name. : ADAM
16. To the windward side. : ALEE
17. Marble. : AGATE
18. Companion of wine. : DINE
19. Split. : RIVE
20. Hebrew liquid measure. : HIN
21. Keats' name "was ___." : WRITINWATER
24. Brute in "Gulliver's Travels." : YAHOO
26. Help. : AID
27. Gain in one's affection or estimation. : GROWON
29. Pads. : TABLETS
33. Of a certain cereal. : OATEN
34. Uncivil. : SURLY
35. One: Prefix. : UNI
37. Well-known name in journalism. : OCHS
38. Brown ___. : BETTY
39. Treasury agent. : TMAN
40. Retainer. : FEE
41. Man's name meaning "royal." : LEROY
42. One of Edna Ferber's novels. : SOBIG
43. "Beautiful ___," Stephen Foster song. : DREAMER
45. Pours out. : SPILLS
46. Serviceman's group. : USO
47. Street of Handy's "blues." : BEALE
48. American painter (1856–1925). : JOHNSARGENT
53. Sorrow. : WOE
56. To me: Fr. : AMOI
57. Popular piano piece. : NOLA
58. Years of youth. : TEENS
60. Refuse from a wine press. : MARC
61. At any time. : EVER
62. President-___. : ELECT
63. Hillside near a loch. : BRAE
64. Exploit. : DEED
65. Bicycles. : RIDES
1. Oriental baby sitter. : AMAH
2. Christmas figures. : MAGI
3. "A rose ___ name . . . " : BYANYOTHER
4. Fortune. : LOT
5. Samuel Butler novel. : EREWHON
6. Forerunner of video. : RADIO
7. Mine entrance. : ADIT
8. Hindu queen. : RANI
9. In an agreeable manner. : AMENABLY
10. Procession. : PARADE
11. Landed. : ALIT
12. Dream: Fr. : REVE
13. Pronghorn. : DEER
22. Man's nickname. : RON
23. Sly. : WILY
25. Fills with respectful fear. : AWES
27. Make a silly mistake: Slang. : GOOF
28. Sped. : RACED
29. Instructor. : TUTOR
30. Bohemian. : ARTY
31. Wind-driven plant. : TUMBLEWEED
32. Slow-moving mollusk. : SNAIL
34. Withered. : SERE
36. Noun suffixes. : INGS
38. Lamented. : BEMOANED
39. Trouble's mate. : TOIL
41. "The ___ with the Delicate Air." : LASS
42. Splash. : SPATTER
44. One of the Kennedys. : EUNICE
45. Japanese coin. : SEN
47. Barber's concern. : BEARD
48. Side post of a doorway. : JAMB
49. Caliph's name. : OMAR
50. Hour: Span. : HORA
51. Wander. : ROVE
52. Merriment. : GLEE
54. Quondam. : ONCE
55. Adjective suffixes. : ESTS
59. Yale. : ELI

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

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