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New York Times, Thursday, March 17, 1960

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 35, Avg Word Len: 4.87, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 282 (avg 1.48)
Open Squares: 72, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 6, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 5
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© 1960, The New York TimesNo. 3,898
Across
1. Where Greenfield is: Abbr. : MASS
5. Ledger items: Abbr. : ACCTS
10. Autocrat. : TSAR
14. Diva's forte. : ARIA
15. Outriggers. : PROAS
16. Glory. : HALO
17. The green. : GOLFCOURSE
19. With: Fr. : AVEC
20. Gerald Greene and Graham Greene. : NOVELISTS
21. Ornament on a stocking. : CLOCK
22. Miscellanea. : ANA
23. Princely family of Italy. : ESTE
24. Famed physicist. : UREY
25. Veneration. : AWE
26. George S. Greene and Nathanael Greene. : GENERALS
30. Arranged like plants in a greenhouse. : AROW
33. Gettysburg companion of George S. Greene. : MEADE
34. Turmeric. : REA
35. Author of "The Green Archer," born in Greenwich. : WALLACE
38. Inveigled: Slang. : ROPEDIN
40. Fort ___, California. : ORD
41. Gentle people. : LAMBS
43. Greek peak. : OSSA
44. Part of Canada. : LABRADOR
46. Spanish article. : LAS
48. Beloved: Fr. : AIME
49. As neat as ___. : APIN
51. Mimic. : APE
54. Emerson's middle name. : WALDO
56. Theodore Green, for example. : USSENATOR
58. Retained. : HELD
59. Green Mountain boy. : ETHANALLEN
60. Type of test. : ORAL
61. French room. : SALLE
62. Trampolins. : MATS
63. Fashion. : MODE
64. Minty green plant. : THYME
65. Aide: Abbr. : ASST
Down
1. ___ cum laude. : MAGNA
2. Darling, in the "Green Isle." : AROON
3. Trees of a region. : SILVA
4. Strongbox. : SAFE
5. Balanced. : APOISE
6. Outer shell. : CRUST
7. Retinue. : CORTEGE
8. Cup: Scot. : TASS
9. Mariner's direction. : SSE
10. German dollar. : THALER
11. Martyn Green et al. : SAVOYARDS
12. One of the Waughs. : ALEC
13. Greenstone, for one. : ROCK
18. Ball of thread. : CLEW
21. Advance slowly. : CREEP
24. Open, as a parcel. : UNDO
25. Cobbler's tool. : AWL
27. Cup handles. : EARS
28. Garlands. : LEIS
29. Capital of Yemen. : SANA
30. Army term. : AWOL
31. ___ avis. : RARA
32. "Greensleeves," for example. : OLDBALLAD
33. Note. : MEMO
36. Poplar. : ALAMO
37. Suffix used with aqua, motor, etc. : CADE
39. Aurora. : EOS
42. With impudence. : BRASHLY
45. Puzzle. : RIDDLE
46. Relative of a garnishee. : LIENEE
47. ___ Katharine Green, former detective story writer. : ANNA
50. Source of "The Green Pastures." : PSALM
51. Brother of Prometheus. : ATLAS
52. Robert Green and John Greenleaf Whittier. : POETS
53. German name. : ERNST
54. Often misused pronoun. : WHOM
55. Concerned with aircraft. : AERO
56. Where the Green River flows. : UTAH
57. ___ mater. : ALMA
59. Superlative ending. : EST

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 3 debuted here and reused later, 4 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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