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New York Times, Saturday, April 20, 1968

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 27, Avg Word Len: 5.50, Missing: { J X Z }, Scrabble score: 316 (avg 1.60)
Open Squares: 92, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 5
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© 1968, The New York TimesNo. 6,825

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Students & seniors
Across
1. Come to an end. : PASSOFF
8. Betray: Slang. : CROSSUP
15. Seek information. : INQUIRE
16. Paraphrase. : RESTATE
17. Student's electives. : COURSES
18. Undertake. : ENTERON
19. Professional group. : AMA
20. Art lover. : ESTHETE
22. Tax expert. : CPA
23. Gem stone. : SARD
25. Uriah and others. : HEEPS
26. First word of a prayer. : HAIL
27. Slumber. : SLEEP
29. Beam of light. : RAY
30. ___ odds with (disagreed). : WASAT
31. Seafood specialist. : OYSTERER
33. Caprice. : WHIMSY
34. Uninspired. : ARID
35. Inadequate. : POOR
36. The apron-string complex. : MOMISM
39. Color. : BLOODRED
43. Make even. : ALINE
44. Washington initials. : CIA
45. City of Bombay. : POONA
46. Pesticides. : DDTS
47. ___ full. : CHOCK
49. Milieu for Corky Carroll. : SURF
50. Time zone. : CST
51. Typists' aids. : ERASERS
53. Map abbreviation. : LAT
54. Before. : AHEADOF
56. Green crops for fodder. : SOILAGE
58. Bishop or high priest. : PONTIFF
59. Overruns. : INVADES
60. Sonnet parts. : SESTETS
61. Most intimate. : NEAREST
Down
1. Noted artist. : PICASSO
2. Abnormality. : ANOMALY
3. Back numbers. : SQUARES
4. Over: Prefix. : SUR
5. River to the Seine. : OISE
6. Unforgotten. : FRESH
7. Rankled. : FESTERED
8. Eerie. : CREEPY
9. Leases. : RENTS
10. Bone: Prefix. : OSTE
11. Holy one: Abbr. : STE
12. Causticity. : SARCASM
13. Paradises. : UTOPIAS
14. Fine, for one. : PENALTY
21. Learn. : HEAR
24. Stops. : DETAINS
26. Beautician's concerns. : HAIRDOS
28. Intrinsically. : PERSE
30. Loud cry. : WHOOP
32. Edge. : RIM
33. Pay court. : WOO
35. ___ juxtaposition (compares). : PLACESIN
36. Reckless ones. : MADCAPS
37. Comfortable: Colloq. : OLDSHOE
38. Nursery rhyme items. : MITTENS
39. Life, from the Greek. : BIOS
40. Musical feature. : ROULADE
41. Maddens. : ENRAGES
42. Most foolish. : DAFTEST
44. Pokes fun at. : CHAFFS
47. Field, in England. : CROFT
48. Danish coin. : KRONE
51. An Adams. : EDIE
52. Hindu god. : SIVA
55. Lawyer: Abbr. : ATT
57. Ancient Roman deity. : LAR

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

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