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New York Times, Tuesday, July 11, 1961

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 5.05, Missing: { J Q V X Z }, Scrabble score: 284 (avg 1.52)
Open Squares: 67, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 6
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Students & seniors
Across
1. Precepts. : LAWS
5. Stern-visaged. : GRIM
9. Put out of humor: Colloq. : MIFF
13. Taken ___ (disconcerted). : ABACK
15. Fastidious. : NICE
16. Leigh Hunt character. : ABOU
17. Symbol of organized labor. : UNIONLABEL
19. Do enough to deserve. : EARN
20. Cadillac founded it. : DETROIT
21. Flares up: Colloq. : SEESRED
23. Income in France. : RENTE
24. County in England. : KENT
25. Of the: Fr. : DES
26. Chinese tea. : CHA
28. Figure of speech. : TROPE
32. Emphatic. : LOUD
34. Pressed. : FLATIRONED
36. Jungfrau, for one. : ALP
37. Kind of triangle. : SCALENE
38. Work unit. : ERG
39. Pessimist's cousin. : SPOILSPORT
41. Not genuine: Colloq. : FAKE
42. Shrub yielding a dye. : HENNA
43. Sigmoid. : ESS
44. Was inactive. : SAT
45. Strip of stiffening material. : STAY
47. Albacores. : TUNAS
49. Kind of photo. : TINTYPE
52. Boat race. : REGATTA
54. Current craze of the younger set. : YOYO
55. Hope. : ASPIRATION
57. Pitcher. : EWER
58. Clever stratagem. : COUP
59. Coated with hoarfrost. : RIMED
60. Surfeit. : SATE
61. River into the Danube. : ENNS
62. Onion: Lat. : CEPA
Down
1. Panegyrize. : LAUD
2. Gen. Doubleday. : ABNER
3. Served. : WAITEDUPON
4. Disdained. : SCORNED
5. Midge. : GNAT
6. Josh. : RIB
7. Subject of popular Currier & Ives print. : ICESKATERS
8. Skirmish. : MELEE
9. Kapellmeister. : MAESTRO
10. Type of beam. : IBAR
11. Van. : FORE
12. Reserve supply. : FUND
14. Clove hitch and loop. : KNOTS
18. Be situated. : LIE
22. ___ nous. : ENTRE
26. See: Colloq. : CLAPEYESON
27. Nimbi. : HALOS
29. Singly. : ONEATATIME
30. Act jaunty. : PERK
31. Verge. : EDGE
32. Eye winker. : LASH
33. Ancient wine flask. : OLPE
34. French currency: Abbr. : FCS
35. Bank item: Abbr. : INT
37. Bluish-gray. : SLATY
40. Set aside for the future. : INSTORE
41. Overzealous one. : FANATIC
44. Sweeten. : SUGAR
46. Quickly. : APACE
47. ___ in die (thrice a day): Lat. : TER
48. Veranda, in South Africa. : STOEP
49. Nautical chains. : TYES
50. Heartland of American agriculture. : IOWA
51. Well-known veto word. : NYET
52. Moves with speed: Colloq. : RIPS
53. "With a Smile ___ Song." : ANDA
56. A form of wit. : PUN

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 3 debuted here and reused later, 5 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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