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New York Times, Friday, March 10, 1961

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 37, Avg Word Len: 5.22, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 290 (avg 1.54)
Open Squares: 68, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 2, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 11
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© 1961, The New York TimesNo. 4,256
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1. Part of a drama. : ACTI
5. Author of "The Fall." : CAMUS
10. What: Ital. : CHE
13. Road, in Germany. : BAHN
14. In agreement. : ATONE
15. Work hard. : TOIL
16. Namesakes of a president. : IKES
17. Darby's Joan, for example. : LOVINGWIFE
19. Kind of jazz. : BEBOP
21. Characterized by a mixture of languages. : MACARONIC
22. Removes, in printing. : DELES
24. Greek letters. : BETAS
25. Pirate. : SEAWOLF
27. Chesterfield. : COAT
30. High school course. : ART
32. Quote. : CITE
33. Allegro and andante. : TEMPOS
35. Most comfy. : HOMIEST
37. Escort: Colloq. : TAKEOUT
38. Loyal. : STANCH
39. Local position. : SITE
40. Attempt. : TRY
41. Wise. : ONTO
42. Furtiveness. : STEALTH
44. Faux pas. : ERROR
46. Blackthorns. : SLOES
48. Honed. : SHARPENED
52. Desert lily. : YUCCA
54. Enacted. : LEGISLATED
56. 1/16 of a catty. : TAEL
57. Grade school: Abbr. : ELEM
58. Miss Kett's namesakes. : ETTAS
59. Sea bird. : ERNE
60. Accomplished. : DID
61. Spoil. : TAINT
62. Colors. : DYES
1. Early name for Nisan. : ABIB
2. Formed into a hard mass. : CAKED
3. Current comedy. : THEBESTMAN
4. Shoe part. : INSOLE
5. Coolidge. : CAL
6. Jot. : ATOM
7. Changing in date from one year to the next. : MOVABLE
8. Important relief agency. : UNICEF
9. Legislature: Fr. : SENAT
10. Nickel. : COIN
11. True reproduction, for short. : HIFI
12. Tesla's field: Abbr. : ELEC
15. Couple. : TWOSOME
18. Popular princess. : GRACEKELLY
20. Feature of the New Frontier. : PEACECORPS
23. Rustle. : SWISH
26. Giant great. : OTT
28. Character in "Romeo and Juliet." : APOTHECARY
29. Sightseeing trip. : TOUR
30. Oohs and ___. : AHS
31. Picture section of a newspaper. : ROTO
33. Farewells, à la small fry. : TATAS
34. Place for Durocs. : STY
36. Meantime. : INTERIM
37. Stalemate. : TIE
39. Divisions of fugues, often the final sections. : STRETTI
42. "Moonlight ___." : SONATA
43. Praised highly: Colloq. : TOUTED
45. Sublease. : RELET
47. Part of 1 Across. : SCENE
48. Pung. : SLED
49. The sun: Comb. form. : HELI
50. Venerable. : AGED
51. College official. : DEAN
53. Pub drinks. : ALES
55. Summer time: Abbr. : DST

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 8 debuted here and reused later, 1 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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