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New York Times, Saturday, June 2, 1962

Author: Jack Luzzatto
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 30, Avg Word Len: 5.42, Missing: { F J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 264 (avg 1.35)
Open Squares: 74, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 2, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 6
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© 1962, The New York TimesNo. 4,705
Across Down
1. Snobbish. : HIGHHAT
8. Dip. : IMMERSE
15. Enjoying a furlough. : ONLEAVE
16. More clamorous. : NOISIER
17. Traveled on a sidewheeler. : STEAMED
18. Grandiose blacksmiths. : VULCANS
19. Touched, as the mark. : TOED
20. Responder to reveille. : RISER
22. Old man: Ger. : ALTE
23. Of the morning. : MATUTINAL
26. Menu item. : SALAD
29. Cafeteria cup. : MUG
30. Western uplands. : MESAS
34. Roped rings. : ARENAS
36. Enjoyable. : PLEASANT
38. Code book. : KEY
39. Willing to wait. : PATIENT
41. Customarily: Abbr. : USU
42. Having the right. : ENTITLED
44. Churchman. : DEACON
46. Fast writer. : STENO
47. Try tea. : SIP
49. Didn't usually. : USENT
50. Ring showmen. : WRESTLERS
53. Fete. : GALA
56. Annie ___, founder of Barnard. : MEYER
57. Adjoin. : ABUT
61. More on guard. : ALERTER
63. "All, all ___, the old familar faces."—Lamb. : AREGONE
65. Southern kerchief. : BANDANA
66. Sunrooms. : SOLARIA
67. Summer's magnet. : SEASIDE
68. Fine furs. : ERMINES
1. Party giver. : HOST
2. Inside. : INTO
3. Mirthful joy. : GLEE
4. Boss. : HEADMAN
5. Scene stealer. : HAM
6. Ward off. : AVERT
7. Sheer boredom. : TEDIUM
8. Cajole. : INVEIGLE
9. Bewail. : MOURN
10. Fine measure. : MIL
11. Ports of call: Fr. : ESCALES
12. Iranian coin. : RIAL
13. Enraptured by jazz. : SENT
14. Scottish-Irish. : ERSE
21. Simple Simon's strong point. : STUPIDITY
24. Adjusting device. : ADAPTOR
25. Unpaid devotee. : AMATEUR
26. Personal welfares. : SAKES
27. Verbal negative. : ARENT
28. Philippine island. : LEYTE
31. Hollandaise. : SAUCE
32. Man's name. : ANSON
33. Grandstand play. : STUNT
35. Drug salt. : SAL
37. Ultimate point. : END
40. Mosaic pieces. : TESSERAE
43. Internally. : INWARDS
45. A Zulu spear. : ASSAGAI
48. Be agreeable. : PLEASE
51. Correct written work. : EMEND
52. Incorrectness. : ERROR
53. Jabbers. : GABS
54. Wings. : ALAE
55. Longest Siberian river. : LENA
58. Brought forth. : BORN
59. Unicorn fish. : UNIE
60. Parties. : TEAS
62. Siamese. : TAI
64. Fine tree. : ELM

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 4 debuted here and reused later, 5 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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