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New York Times, Tuesday, April 2, 1963

Author:
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Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.03, Missing: { J Q X }, Scrabble score: 282 (avg 1.48)
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Students & seniors
Across
1. Tug's tow. : SCOW
5. Confers. : TALKS
10. W. W. II title. : SCAP
14. Equal: Prefix. : PARI
15. "___ Know Why." : IDONT
16. Island off Tuscany. : ELBA
17. Not genuine: Abbr. : IMIT
18. Victor Hugo's middle name. : MARIE
19. On one's guard. : WARY
20. Type of book: Abbr. : REF
21. Earth goddess. : DEMETER
23. Old auto. : REO
24. Namesakes of Roosevelt. : ALICES
26. Ancient Greek satirist. : LUCIAN
28. Branch of a union. : LOCAL
29. Representative: Abbr. : AGT
32. Uneven, as if gnawed. : EROSE
33. Petiole. : STEM
34. Adams and Adams, for example. : PRESIDENTS
36. Used empty threats. : BLUSTERED
38. Writing table. : ESCRITOIRE
41. Roman dates. : IDES
45. Expect. : AWAIT
46. Direction. : NNE
47. Part of a cask. : STAVE
48. Three lines that rhyme. : TERCET
50. Have equal billing. : COSTAR
51. River into the Rhine. : AAR
52. Entertained. : REGALED
56. Well-known monogram. : USA
57. Part of a hat. : BRIM
59. Belgian city. : NAMUR
60. Coffee grind. : DRIP
61. Prominent Virginians. : LEES
62. Fresh air. : OZONE
63. Acquire. : HAVE
64. Miscalculates. : ERRS
65. Greenery. : FERNS
66. Benefits of property. : USES
Down
1. Helices. : SPIRALS
2. Musical setting. : CAMELOT
3. Opening. : ORIFICE
4. Scintillating one. : WIT
5. Periods of history. : TIMES
6. One of the Smiths. : ADAM
7. Knowledge. : LORE
8. Unite. : KNIT
9. Major industry. : STEEL
10. Darn. : SEW
11. Clear and shrill. : CLARION
12. Side by side. : ABREAST
13. ___ way (share expenses). : PAYONES
21. State: Abbr. : DEL
22. ___ Rivoli. : RUEDE
25. Cotton fabric. : CAMBRIC
27. Accounting entries. : CREDITS
29. Incendiarism. : ARSON
30. Arrive. : GETIN
31. Hebrew vowel point. : TSERE
34. Fixed: Colloq. : PUT
35. Wrath. : IRE
37. Metric unit. : LITER
38. Fit for food. : EATABLE
39. Oath-taker. : SWEARER
40. Ship of a sort. : CARRIER
42. Strong-scented herbs. : DATURAS
43. Shifty. : EVASIVE
44. Mexican blankets. : SERAPES
47. Sward. : SOD
49. Just before the hour. : TENOF
50. See 21 Across. : CERES
53. Intense look. : GAZE
54. Cherub. : AMOR
55. Sally ___, tea cake. : LUNN
58. Editor's concern. : MSS
60. Roderick ___. : DHU

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