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New York Times, Monday, March 12, 1962

Author: Helen Fasulo
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 37, Avg Word Len: 4.82, Missing: { J Z }, Scrabble score: 293 (avg 1.56)
Open Squares: 68, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 6
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© 1962, The New York TimesNo. 4,623
Across Down
1. Night club: Slang. : HOTSPOT
8. Palm Springs. : SPA
11. School: Abbr. : SEM
14. Shaded walk. : ALAMEDA
15. Used to be. : WAS
16. Initials of 1944. : ETO
17. Wire photos: Colloq. : TELEPIX
18. Ordnance depot. : ARSENAL
20. Than: Ger. : ALS
21. Carrying charges. : PORTERAGE
23. Saucy. : PERT
25. Famous Jolson song. : MAMMY
26. Followers: Suffix. : ITES
27. Platform. : DAIS
28. Forever. : AYE
29. Derisive laugh. : SNORT
30. Sine ___ non. : QUA
31. Forbidding. : STERN
33. Ancient harps. : LYRES
34. Violinist Leopold. : AUER
35. Work. : OPUS
37. Civil War general. : MEADE
40. Relish. : SAVOR
42. Greek letter. : CHI
45. Bedloe, for one. : ISLET
46. Where Fort Knox is: Abbr. : KEN
47. Close. : SHUT
48. Genevieve, Marie, etc.: Abbr. : STES
49. First-grader. : CHILD
51. Cereal. : OATS
52. Indiana city. : FORTWAYNE
54. Envoy: Abbr. : AMB
55. Weeping. : INTEARS
56. Summed up. : TOTALED
60. Dead heat. : TIE
61. Ziegfeld. : FLO
62. Deceive: Colloq. : TWOTIME
63. Deplorable. : SAD
64. Style: Fr. : TON
65. As a whole. : ENMASSE
1. Toque. : HAT
2. Diminutive suffix. : OLE
3. Mercury's winged sandals. : TALARIA
4. Fish dish. : SMELTS
5. Livens (up). : PEPS
6. I hate: Lat. : ODI
7. Mr. and Mrs. John Q. Public. : TAXPAYERS
8. Multitude. : SWARM
9. Social affair. : PARTY
10. Hartebeest. : ASSE
11. Washington personage. : SENATOR
12. Whatnot. : ETAGERE
13. Bothers. : MOLESTS
19. Avenging spirit of Greek myth. : ERINYS
22. Hebrew bushel. : OMER
23. Quickly: Slang. : PDQ
24. ___ de Cologne. : EAU
25. Petty officer. : MATE
29. Disparage. : SLUR
31. Fat. : SUET
32. Magazine feature. : NOVELETTE
34. "___ Fideles." : ADESTE
36. Small lake. : POND
37. Maladjusted ones. : MISFITS
38. Baltic land. : ESTONIA
39. Put on the qui vive. : ALERTED
41. Related. : AKIN
42. French white wine. : CHABLIS
43. Shack. : HUT
44. Possessive. : ITS
47. Whole organisms. : SOMATA
49. Monte ___. : CARLO
50. Green tea. : HYSON
53. Float on the breeze. : WAFT
54. Source of power. : ATOM
57. Acknowledge. : OWN
58. German spa. : EMS
59. Balmoral Castle's river. : DEE

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 4 debuted here and reused later, 1 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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