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New York Times, Thursday, April 7, 1960

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 5.25, Missing: { J Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 273 (avg 1.44)
Open Squares: 71, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 9
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© 1960, The New York TimesNo. 3,919
Across Down
1. Hardwicke's co-star. : BERG
5. Puts into type. : SETS
9. Thicket. : CLUMP
14. Of the shoulder: Anat. : ALAR
15. City S of Kiev. : UMAN
16. Book before Joel. : HOSEA
17. City farther west than L. A. : RENO
18. Hook's vessel. : PIRATESHIP
20. Self-esteem. : AMOURPROPRE
22. Time. : ERA
23. ___ tube. : INNER
24. Resinous tree of Morocco. : ARAR
26. Judge. : DEEM
28. Distinguished. : EMINENT
31. Extinguishes. : SNUFFSOUT
35. More peculiar. : ODDER
36. Bolus. : PILL
37. Goes it alone. : SOLOS
39. Upward slope. : RISE
40. Sock-and-buskin man. : ACTOR
42. Creatures with feelings. : SENTIENTS
44. Change a trucker's course. : REROUTE
46. Adventure tale. : SAGA
47. Producers of Jupiter ICBM. : ARMY
48. Cowboy show. : RODEO
51. Earth's envelope: Abbr. : ATM
53. Cabinets of a sort. : BREAKFRONTS
58. King aided to the throne by Joan of Arc. : CHARLESVII
60. Give off fumes. : REEK
61. Hair-raising. : EERIE
62. Trammels. : NETS
63. Man of Judah, son of Bani. : IMRI
64. Percolates. : SEEPS
65. Old Testament book: Abbr. : ESTH
66. ___ St. Lawrence, Shaw's home. : AYOT
1. Name from the days of silent movies. : BARA
2. Oleoresin. : ELEMI
3. Kept talking. : RANON
4. What to "get in on." : GROUNDFLOOR
5. Quash. : SUPPRESS
6. Superior of a vizier. : EMIR
7. Pacific food staple. : TARO
8. Vigor. : SNAP
9. Salutation in London. : CHEERIO
10. Part of L.A. : LOS
11. Inaugurated. : USHEREDIN
12. Israeli Foreign Minister. : MEIR
13. Pop. : PAPA
19. Vehicle for a collier. : TRAM
21. Coral formation. : REEF
25. Genoese admiral-statesman of 16th c. : ANDREADORIA
27. Animal of Canada and Alaska. : MOOSE
28. Choir boys' collars. : ETONS
29. Hatchery. : NEST
30. ___ bien. : TRES
31. Pole. : SPAR
32. Subtle. : NICE
33. Foreign lands (literally, beyond the sea): Lat. : ULTRAMARE
34. Rubber tree. : ULE
38. Cousin of the sea urchin. : STARFISH
41. Fights, in gang slang. : RUMBLES
43. Stravinski. : IGOR
45. Phoenician metropolis. : TYRE
49. Antagonist. : ENEMY
50. Alamogordo's county. : OTERO
51. Star performers. : ACES
52. Poetic pronoun. : THEE
54. Feudal serf. : ESNE
55. The birds. : AVES
56. Actress from S.C. : KITT
57. Comic theatrical piece. : SKIT
59. "Sketch Book" character. : RIP

Answer summary: 6 unique to this puzzle, 3 debuted here and reused later, 4 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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