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New York Times, Monday, July 11, 1960

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.16, Missing: { J V X Y }, Scrabble score: 267 (avg 1.40)
Open Squares: 81, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 2, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 4
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© 1960, The New York TimesNo. 4,014
Across Down
1. Birthstone for November. : TOPAZ
6. Country rich in oil. : IRAQ
10. Hawaiian thrush. : OMAO
14. Word of greeting. : ALOHA
15. Name on Japanese ships. : MARU
16. Visit. : CALL
17. Pretend: Colloq. : LETON
18. Girl's name. : ANNABELLE
20. Oriental laborer. : COOLIE
22. Kind of thin muslin. : TARLATAN
23. Nourishes. : FEEDS
25. Relative of a householder. : TENANT
26. 1st, 2d or 3d base. : BAG
28. Solar phenomena. : SUNSPOTS
31. Statue featured in British Exposition. : EROS
33. Palm. : COCO
34. Molasses. : SIRUP
38. Lively tune. : LILT
39. Expunge. : ERASE
41. Lady, in Spain. : DONA
42. Weighed down. : LADEN
44. Wife of Geraint. : ENID
45. Famous Mississippi bridge. : EADS
46. Great name in science. : EINSTEIN
49. Call for help. : SOS
50. Star: Lat. : STELLA
53. Long-legged bird. : STILT
55. Assets over certain liabilities. : NETWORTH
58. Continue, as in one kind of work. : STOPON
61. Opposed to centralized industry. : ANTITRUST
63. Penned. : WROTE
64. Coconut fiber. : COIR
65. Hodgepodge. : OLIO
66. Small Japanese receptacles. : INROS
67. Hinge-type joint. : KNEE
68. Have on. : WEAR
69. Gains public favor. : TAKES
1. French chalk. : TALC
2. Short for a bread spread. : OLEO
3. Imaginery treasure. : POTOFGOLD
4. Burn ___ in one's pocket. : AHOLE
5. Certain comedians. : ZANIES
6. "___ Yankee Doodle dandy . . . " : IMA
7. Talk nonsense. : RANT
8. Wild buffalo. : ARNA
9. Page size of a book. : QUARTO
10. Place for a summer resort. : OCEANSIDE
11. Island S of Sicily. : MALTA
12. Friend of Robin Hood. : ALLAN
13. Fragrant. : OLENT
19. Goes bad, as fruit. : BLETS
21. Elicit. : EDUCE
24. Harsh sounds. : SNORES
26. Shape of a flower. : BELL
27. "Elsa's Dream," for example. : ARIA
29. Sparse. : SCANT
30. Gifts from the garden. : POSIES
32. Composition of certain bridge cables. : STEELWIRE
35. Menu item. : ROASTPORK
36. Loosen. : UNDO
37. Narrow defile. : PASS
40. Works on a copy. : EDITS
43. Native of Aswan Dam region. : NILOT
47. Slender. : NARROW
48. No egghead, he. : NITWIT
50. Light repast. : SNACK
51. Fitting for a mortise. : TENON
52. Diminutive of a girl's name. : ETTIE
54. One of the Doones. : LORNA
56. Large bulrush. : TULE
57. First Chinese dynasty. : HSIA
59. County in Nebraska. : OTOE
60. Headland. : NESS
62. Relative of a crag. : TOR

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 3 debuted here and reused later, 10 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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