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New York Times, Monday, February 13, 1961

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 80, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.68, Missing: { Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 294 (avg 1.57)
Open Squares: 65, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 4
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© 1961, The New York TimesNo. 4,231
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1. Suffix denoting state of being. : DOM
4. Indian prince. : RAJA
8. Where the OAS charter was signed. : BOGOTA
14. Little ___. : EVA
15. Russian man-in-the-street. : IVAN
16. Region of NE Spain. : ARAGON
17. Secretary of Labor. : GOLDBERG
19. Secretary of Treasury. : DILLON
20. Capturer of Rome, 410 A. D. : ALARIC
21. Word: Comb. form. : LOGO
23. Also: Archaic. : EKE
24. Type of barrier, often broken. : SONIC
25. Happened to. : BEFELL
27. Mast. : POLE
29. Secretary of Agriculture. : FREEMAN
33. 1861 Southerner. : REB
36. Gives a party for. : FETES
38. Girl's name. : DORA
39. South American country: Abbr. : URU
40. Author of "A Passage to India." : FORSTER
43. First game of a rubber. : LEG
44. Regal address. : SIRE
46. Quickly. : APACE
47. Postmaster General. : DAY
48. Attorney General. : KENNEDY
51. ___ of Mexico. : GULF
53. Part of a modern apartment house. : GARAGE
55. Burst forth. : ERUPT
59. Sign at "Camelot." : SRO
62. Alone on stage, as an actress. : SOLA
63. Dodger. : EVADER
64. Secretary of Commerce. : HODGES
66. Secretary of Defense. : MCNAMARA
68. Abdul the Bul Bul and others. : AMEERS
69. He stands on Philadelphia's City Hall. : PENN
70. Law degree. : LLD
71. Unorthodoxy. : HERESY
72. Office copy, for short. : STAT
73. 1861 leader. : LEE
1. French painter. : DEGAS
2. Convex molding. : OVOLO
3. He succeeded Smuts. : MALAN
4. Secretary of HEW. : RIBICOFF
5. With: Fr. : AVEC
6. Leyden ___. : JAR
7. Oblique approach. : ANGLE
8. Browbeat. : BADGER
9. Baltimore ___. : ORIOLE
10. Sal, for instance. : GAL
11. Make eyes at. : OGLE
12. Rented. : TOOK
13. Queen, last of the Stuart monarch, 1702–14. : ANNE
18. Faucet problem. : DRIP
22. In the wings. : OFFSTAGE
25. Sell-out. : BETRAYAL
26. Directed. : LED
28. Zodiac sign. : LEO
30. Ceramist's item. : MOLD
31. Length by width. : AREA
32. Hungarian patriot. : NAGY
33. Secretary of State. : RUSK
34. Lake port. : ERIE
35. Flame. : BURN
37. Telepathy, for short. : ESP
41. Old French coin. : ECU
42. Germane. : RELEVANT
45. College course: Abbr. : ENG
49. Devices on looms for slackening threads. : EASERS
50. Full of slag. : DROSSY
52. Ship used by Nansen and Amundsen. : FRAM
54. Umbrellas. : GAMPS
56. Secretary of Interior. : UDALL
57. Mrs. Mesta. : PERLE
58. Business. : TRADE
59. Reza Pahlevi. : SHAH
60. Where Villa Borghese is. : ROME
61. Breslau's river. : ODER
63. Sicilian city. : ENNA
65. Letter. : GEE
67. This: Fr. : CET

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 3 debuted here and reused later, 4 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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