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New York Times, Thursday, June 1, 1961

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 33, Avg Word Len: 5.05, Missing: { Q Z }, Scrabble score: 311 (avg 1.62)
Open Squares: 74, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 7, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 8
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© 1961, The New York TimesNo. 4,339
Across Down
1. Numerical prefix. : DECA
5. Truckdrivers' compartments. : CABS
9. Michaelmas daisy. : ASTER
14. English county, for short. : OXON
15. Drug-yielding plant. : ALOE
16. Ex ___ (one-sided). : PARTE
17. Relative of a silver lining. : SUNNYSIDE
19. Virgin Mary, in art. : PIETA
20. Mischievous child. : ELF
21. River into the Seine. : AUBE
22. Raise: Colloq. : JACKUP
23. Square red flags with central black squares. : STORMSIGNALS
26. Press down. : RAM
27. ___ into (begins vigorously). : SAILS
28. Charwoman's item. : MOP
31. "Out, ___ spot!" : DAMNED
34. Baden-Baden. : SPA
35. Roof edge. : EAVE
36. Greek letter. : OMICRON
38. Fore-and-aft sail. : SPANKER
40. Contemporary poet. : NASH
41. Spick-and-span. : NEW
43. Lustrous surfaces. : SHEENS
44. Noun suffix. : ANT
45. Rolls a plane to a stop. : TAXIS
47. Noun suffixes. : ORS
48. Bull Run, for one. : BATTLEGROUND
52. Ump's call. : STRIKE
55. Meadows. : LEAS
56. Saint, in Brazil. : SAO
57. Fictional ship. : CAINE
58. Unusual. : DIFFERENT
60. Medieval helmet. : ARMET
61. Star in Pegasus. : ENIF
62. Part of a missile. : CONE
63. Two words on a check. : PAYTO
64. Realtors: Abbr. : AGTS
65. "___ Country." : AFAR
1. Portions. : DOSES
2. Jubilate. : EXULT
3. What Babbitt was. : CONFORMIST
4. Name meaning "grace." : ANN
5. ___ belli (event which leads to war): Lat. : CASUS
6. Certain pleas. : ALIBIS
7. Latin-American grocery stores. : BODEGAS
8. Make sure. : SEE
9. Dismays. : APPALS
10. Levantine boats. : SAICS
11. Arduous journey. : TREK
12. Caesar's penultimate words. : ETTU
13. Obtain as a reward. : REAP
18. Chatter: Colloq. : YAMMER
22. Drug-yielding plants. : JALAPS
24. Country place of a sort. : RANCH
25. Blights, as by frost. : NIPS
28. Employs. : MAKESUSEOF
29. Hot-air chamber. : OVEN
30. Kind of pronoun: Abbr. : PERS
31. Spanish lady. : DONA
32. To ___ (every one). : AMAN
33. Present. : DONATE
35. Counterpart of Janeiro. : ENERO
37. Nearest in place or position. : NEXT
39. ___ of another color. : AHORSE
42. Favorably disposed. : WILLING
45. Become fond of. : TAKETO
46. Choose to. : SEEFIT
48. French psychologist. : BINET
49. Relatives of boathooks. : GAFFS
50. Wife of Balder. : NANNA
51. Overloving parent, perhaps. : DOTER
52. Title once held by MacArthur. : SCAP
53. Capital before Dublin. : TARA
54. Frosty. : RIMY
58. Goddess: Lat. : DEA
59. Communications initials. : RCA

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 4 debuted here and reused later, 7 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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