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New York Times, Monday, April 22, 1963

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 4.74, Missing: { F J Q V X }, Scrabble score: 268 (avg 1.45)
Open Squares: 60, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 7, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 4
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© 1963, The New York TimesNo. 5,013
Across Down
1. Stage name. : GISH
5. Oriental name. : OMAR
9. Hogarth sunject. : RAKE
13. Theater group. : ANTA
14. Items in lights. : NAMES
16. Señorita's name. : INES
17. Vehicle seen on TV. : STAGECOACH
19. Insect. : GNAT
20. Alphabet character. : RUNE
21. Siamese. : TAI
22. Speck. : MOTE
23. Cousin of a cutlass. : SABER
25. Shows. : DISPLAYS
27. Nigerian people. : ARO
28. Sash. : OBI
30. Godunov, for one. : TSAR
31. Fixed limit. : DEADLINE
34. Insect. : BORER
38. Jean of "Mary, Mary." : KERR
39. Try-outs. : TESTS
42. Fabric. : LENO
43. ___ Methuselah. : OLDAS
45. Arrived. : SHOWEDUP
47. Dimness. : MIST
50. One: It. : UNO
51. Continue to be. : ARE
52. Legislating. : ENACTING
55. Regattas. : RACES
57. Piece of land. : PLOT
58. Burmese statesman. : UNU
59. ___ Secy. : ASST
60. His: Fr. : ALUI
61. Certain information. : DIRECTIONS
65. Austrian city. : LINZ
66. ___ no. : YESOR
67. Kind of coffee. : DRIP
68. In ___. : ESSE
69. Lesage's middle name. : RENE
70. Perceive. : ESPY
1. Fuel. : GAS
2. Exclamation: Abbr. : INT
3. Nautical term. : STARBOARD
4. Dutch capital (with "The"). : HAGUE
5. If ever. : ONCE
6. Chou's comrade. : MAO
7. Violin of value. : AMATI
8. Put in new actors. : RECAST
9. Nonsense. : RIGMAROLE
10. Vex. : ANNOY
11. Literary star. : KEATS
12. Punta del ___. : ESTE
15. Flying Dutchman and others. : SHIPS
18. Sign up. : ENROL
23. Rimsky-Korsakov opera. : SADKO
24. Staggering. : AREEL
25. Eat. : DINE
26. Chem ___. : LAB
29. One kind of part. : BIT
32. Act out. : DRAMATIZE
33. Sigmoid letter. : ESS
35. Editors. : REDACTORS
36. Harden. : ENURE
37. Special techniques. : ROPES
40. Criminal of sorts. : THUG
41. Familiar from of address. : SON
44. ___ transit . . . : SIC
46. Most severe. : WORST
48. Learn, as a part. : STUDY
49. Littler. : TINIER
52. N. Y. island. : ELLIS
53. Substantives. : NOUNS
54. Role in "Romeo and Juliet." : NURSE
56. Stage speech. : ASIDE
57. Whitish. : PALE
59. Piece of land. : ACRE
62. Time period. : EON
63. Benumb. : NIP
64. Caleb's role. : SPY

Answer summary: 4 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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