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New York Times, Thursday, June 20, 1963

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 5.25, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 289 (avg 1.53)
Open Squares: 75, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 6
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© 1963, The New York TimesNo. 5,072
Across Down
1. ___ vestis (white garment): Lat. : ALBA
5. Pedro's bag. : SACO
9. Violinist Stern. : ISAAC
14. Spare. : LEAN
15. Uneven. : ALOP
16. Part of a quartet. : CELLO
17. Beethoven's Sixth. : PASTORALE
19. French school. : ECOLE
20. Study of extraordinary events. : PHENOMENOLOGY
22. Laboratory abbreviation. : ATNO
23. Mongolian. : SHAN
24. Rabble. : RAGTAG
27. Mean. : STANDFOR
31. Profoundly: Poet. : ADEEP
32. Excalibur. : SWORD
33. French pronoun. : LUI
34. Beloved, in Paris. : CHER
35. Baffle: Colloq. : STICK
36. Sisters. : NUNS
37. Dawn goddess. : EOS
38. Part of the evening: Colloq. : SHANK
39. City in Puerto Rico. : PONCE
40. Theater program entry. : SCENEONE
42. Warden. : RANGER
43. Served a winner. : ACED
44. River islands. : AITS
45. Grammatical factors. : PARTSOFSPEECH
50. Girl in a song. : LAURA
51. Happening every twenty years. : VICENNIAL
53. Noted name in finance. : ASTOR
54. Impetuous ardor. : ELAN
55. French town. : STLO
56. Ornate. : SHOWY
57. Ties. : REPS
58. Target centers. : EYES
1. Peak. : ALP
2. Hurdle. : LEAP
3. Wallop. : BASH
4. Insect-loving mammal. : ANTEATER
5. Garment. : SARONG
6. "Cradle of Texas liberty." : ALAMO
7. Porter. : COLE
8. Term used by sellers of silverware. : OPENSTOCK
9. Where Hekla rises. : ICELAND
10. Official assistant of a sort. : SECOND
11. Sleep like ___. : ALOG
12. Associate. : ALLY
13. Iowa college. : COE
18. Ready: Colloq. : ONTAP
21. "___, O hear! how thin and clear . . . " : OHARK
24. Bowie events. : RACES
25. Type of committee. : ADHOC
26. Sillies. : GEESE
27. Hogs. : SWINE
28. Hurled. : FLUNG
29. Weight gain for baby. : OUNCE
30. Word used with early or late. : RISER
32. Be postponed. : STANDOVER
35. Loafers. : SHOES
36. Poppycock! : NONSENSE
38. Nonconformist or dissenter. : SECTARY
39. Metal dish. : PATEN
41. Close; minute. : NARROW
42. Matures. : RIPENS
44. Musical acronym. : ASCAP
45. Heavy blow, old style. : PASH
46. The car. : AUTO
47. Dossier. : FILE
48. Hamlet's relative. : CITY
49. In the pink. : HALE
50. Them: Sp. : LAS
52. Them: Sp. : LOS

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later, 3 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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