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New York Times, Tuesday, April 16, 1963

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.97, Missing: { J Q V Z }, Scrabble score: 293 (avg 1.55)
Open Squares: 73, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Spans: 2, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 2
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© 1963, The New York TimesNo. 5,007
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1. Beatnik word. : COOL
5. Mountainside detritus. : SCREE
10. One of T. E. Lawrence's names. : SHAW
14. Sailor's patron saint. : ELMO
15. More steadfast. : TRUER
16. Rabbit fur. : CONY
17. 1919 group. : LEAGUEOFNATIONS
20. Unable to carry a tune. : TONEDEAF
21. Young pigs. : SHOTES
22. Cartographer's abbreviation. : ALT
23. Washington group. : GMEN
24. Sticks fast. : STALLS
28. Group on the links. : FOURSOME
32. Pertaining to time. : HORAL
33. Came up. : AROSE
34. ___ de plume. : NOM
35. Central lines. : AXES
36. Native ___. : SON
37. Particle. : ATOM
38. Card game. : GIN
39. Member of Peter Rabbit's family. : MOPSY
41. Bored by pleasures. : BLASE
42. Where to find ophidians. : SNAKEPIT
44. Kukla or Ollie. : PUPPET
45. Sandy's namesake. : ALEC
46. Piece of music. : RAG
47. Hunter. : CHASER
50. Famous London thoroughfare. : PALLMALL
55. 1358 group. : HANSEATICLEAGUE
57. French river. : ORNE
58. Crude dwelling. : TEPEE
59. Spanish title. : DONA
60. Well being, old style. : WEAL
61. Put in vigorous action. : EXERT
62. Governor in Juneau. : EGAN
1. Hibernian. : CELT
2. Fatty stuff. : OLEO
3. Arabian sultanate. : OMAN
4. Theater part. : LOGE
5. Hardens. : STEELS
6. European. : CROAT
7. Trump. : RUFF
8. Poetic contraction. : EEN
9. Famous Dutch scholar. : ERASMUS
10. Descendants. : SCIONS
11. Bird call. : HOOT
12. Fatima's sister. : ANNE
13. Author of "Swiss Family Robinson." : WYSS
18. Cabinet member. : UDALL
19. Exclamation of satisfaction. : THERE
23. Large sea bird. : GOONY
24. Napped cloths. : SHAGS
25. Poisonous stuff. : TOXIN
26. Circus. : ARENA
27. Spanish article. : LAS
28. American poet. : FROST
29. Ready for use. : ONTAP
30. Fraternal member. : MOOSE
31. Robert ___ Sherwood. : EMMET
33. Meat jelly. : ASPIC
37. High peak. : ALP
39. Fracas. : MELEE
40. Manage or use. : OPERATE
41. Military alarm. : BUGLE
43. City in West Germany. : KASSEL
44. Poor bed. : PALLET
46. Speedy one. : RACER
47. Breed of dog. : CHOW
48. Run swiftly. : HARE
49. Coin of India. : ANNA
50. Boatswain's whistle. : PIPE
51. Constituted. : MADE
52. Excited. : AGOG
53. Moon goddess. : LUNA
54. Depend (on). : LEAN
56. Cowboy nickname. : TEX

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

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