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New York Times, Friday, April 28, 1961

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.92, Missing: { J K Q X Y Z }, Scrabble score: 250 (avg 1.34)
Open Squares: 69, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 4, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 3
PS notes: In the original, the last Across clue should have been numbered 59 but was 69; fixed this.
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© 1961, The New York TimesNo. 4,305
Across
1. Part song. : GLEE
5. Mascagni heroine. : LOLA
9. "Stars and ___," C. S. A. flag. : BARS
13. Drum or cannon sound. : ROLL
14. Become prevalent. : SETIN
15. Eurasian range. : URAL
16. First of Lincoln's four sons. : ROBERTTODD
18. Bye-bye. : TATA
19. C. S. A. Vice President. : STEPHENS
20. Poster verb in 1861. : ENLIST
22. Heroine of Greek legend. : HERO
23. Indian of Canada. : CREE
24. Babble. : PRATE
26. Rendered innocuous. : DISARMED
30. Victor at Petersburg. : GRANT
31. ___ Bowl at Jacksonville. : GATOR
32. Poetic contraction. : EER
33. Common solecism. : AINT
34. Third word of Gettysburg Address. : SEVEN
35. Roman's adieu. : VALE
36. Landing boat. : LCI
37. Settled and steady. : STAID
38. Moisten. : BEDEW
39. Group of 66 in 1860. : SENATORS
41. Mr. Minuit. : PETER
42. Seato concern. : LAOS
43. Part of N. B. : BENE
44. Sec'y of State in 1861. : SEWARD
47. Longstreet, Sheridan, etc. : GENERALS
51. Incense or spice. : ODOR
52. Northerner in 1861. : FREESTATER
54. Same: Lat. : IDEM
55. Any small amount. : OUNCE
56. Historic caravel. : NINA
57. Damsel. : LASS
58. Hebrew letter. : RESH
59. Health resorts. : SPAS
Down
1. Kennel sound effects. : GRRS
2. Sack. : LOOT
3. Dresden's river. : ELBE
4. Political symbol for ninety years. : ELEPHANT
5. "And when I ope my lips, ___ dog bark." : LETNO
6. Oklahoma Indians. : OTOS
7. Cover. : LID
8. Defender of Fort Sumter. : ANDERSON
9. Last name of 17 Down. : BUTLER
10. Greek goddesses of destruction. : ARAI
11. Hamelin's problem. : RATS
12. Strip of wood. : SLAT
14. Cubic meter. : STERE
17. "G. W. T. W." character. : RHETT
21. Akin. : NEAR
23. Mentioned for military honors. : CITED
24. C. S. A. general. : PRICE
25. Arrested: Slang. : RANIN
26. C. S. A. President. : DAVIS
27. Union general at Gettysburg. : MEADE
28. Moray catcher. : EELER
29. Pulled aside or together. : DREW
30. Gas station abbreviation. : GALS
31. Wheels of a sort. : GEARS
34. Represented. : STOODFOR
35. Members of G. A. R. and U. C. V. : VETERANS
37. Symbol on the Confederate flag. : STAR
38. "John Brown's Body" poet. : BENET
40. Tocsins. : ALARMS
41. Think: Fr. : PENSE
43. Tree with three-cornered nuts. : BEECH
44. Free ___ Party of 1854–56. : SOIL
45. Icelandic tale. : EDDA
46. Sorrows. : WOES
47. Clan, in ancient Rome. : GENS
48. Relative of agog. : ATIP
49. Asian river. : LENA
50. Ladies of Spain: Abbr. : SRAS
53. Symbolic herb. : RUE

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later, 4 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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