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New York Times, Tuesday, April 5, 1960

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.97, Missing: { F J Q U Y Z }, Scrabble score: 275 (avg 1.46)
Open Squares: 67, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 3
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1. Oppositionist. : ANTI
5. Profound. : DEEP
9. Fields. : ACRES
14. Senior member. : DEAN
15. Flat plinth, in architecture. : ORLO
16. Restaurant compartment. : BOOTH
17. Type of candidate. : DARKHORSE
19. Wrathful. : IRATE
20. More trite. : STALER
21. Accompanied. : ATTENDED
23. Girl's name. : IRMA
25. Without: Lat. : SINE
26. Ruthless plunderers. : VANDALS
29. Immobile. : ATREST
33. Foreman's group. : GANG
34. Disrupt. : TEAR
36. Species of willow. : OSIER
37. Kind: Colloq. : ILK
38. Royalist of a sort. : TSARIST
40. 511. : DXI
41. Tooth. : MOLAR
43. Small coin of India. : PICE
44. Refuse approval to. : VETO
45. Before Pearl Harbor. : PREWAR
47. Young'uns. : SHAVERS
49. Imitated. : APED
51. Water pitcher. : EWER
52. Gadded about: Colloq. : TRAIPSED
56. Ezra, in the Apocrypha. : ESDRAS
60. Republic of Hispaniola. : HAITI
61. One of the three kingdoms. : VEGETABLE
63. Vicuña's habitat. : ANDES
64. Writer of the first century. : OVID
65. El Giza's river. : NILE
66. Without power to move. : INERT
67. Relatives of backseat drivers. : NAGS
68. Emperor. : TSAR
1. Says further. : ADDS
2. Tasteful. : NEAT
3. Ancient town of Ireland. : TARA
4. Hint. : INKLING
5. Figuratively, people who get stepped on. : DOORMATS
6. Slip. : ERR
7. "Wedding March" bride. : ELSA
8. Lowel and others. : POETS
9. See you soon: Fr. : ABIENTOT
10. Grover's ___, "Our Town." : CORNERS
11. Byway. : ROAD
12. Diminutive ending. : ETTE
13. Cast off. : SHED
18. Drove of cattle. : HERD
22. Aunt: Span. : TIA
24. ___ in the dark. : ALEAP
26. Prowess. : VALOR
27. Joint. : ANKLE
28. Oriental garments. : SARIS
30. Sea bird. : EIDER
31. Certain canonical hours. : SEXTS
32. Piece of music. : TRIO
33. Ribbonlike trimming. : GIMP
35. Nouveau ___. : RICHE
38. Cistercian monk. : TRAPPIST
39. Sargasso vegetation. : SEAWEEDS
42. Attendant. : AWAITER
44. Unsophisticated. : VERDANT
46. Home: Abbr. : RES
48. Tattersall garment. : VEST
50. Where Plymouth is. : DEVON
52. Indo-Chinese language. : THAI
53. ___ of Cutch, vast salt marsh of India. : RANN
54. Part of A.D.C. : AIDE
55. Good spirit, in Hindu myth. : DEVA
57. Batsman's forte: Abbr. : RBIS
58. In the manner of: Ital. : ALLA
59. Crystal-gazer. : SEER
62. Ship's boat. : GIG

Answer summary: 3 debuted here and reused later, 5 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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