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New York Times, Saturday, July 15, 1961

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 80, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.72, Missing: { F J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 279 (avg 1.48)
Open Squares: 65, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 6, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 5
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© 1961, The New York TimesNo. 4,383
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1. Holes made in pipes for branches. : TAPS
5. Kind of pipe. : CLAY
9. UAR capital. : CAIRO
14. One-eyed god of Norse myth. : ODIN
15. French river. : OISE
16. Per ___. : ANNUM
17. Rodgers & Hammerstein show. : PIPEDREAM
19. City on the Meuse. : LIEGE
20. T. S. Eliot's middle name. : STEARNS
21. Relative of aqua. : EAU
23. Celebrated piper. : PAN
24. Pindaric. : ODIC
25. Draws, as for TV commercials. : ANIMATES
27. Golf term. : PAR
29. Gare du ___, Paris. : NORD
31. Hebrew letter. : MEM
32. Verb ending. : ING
33. Beyond. : ABOVE
35. Popular opera. : TOSCA
39. Euphemistic oath. : EGAD
41. Opposite of 43 Across. : STERN
43. Part of a pipe. : STEM
44. British seaside tracts. : DENES
46. Tebaldi specialties. : ARIAS
48. Raw material. : ORE
49. Also: Archaic. : EKE
51. Man's nickname. : BERT
52. Otto ___ Bismarck. : VON
53. Highland favorites. : BAGPIPES
57. Portal. : GATE
59. Electrical unit. : REL
60. Tenth anniversary symbol. : TIN
61. Mexican state on the Pacific. : CHIAPAS
64. Combining form for Fanfani's state. : ITALO
66. Home-building necessity. : DRAINPIPE
68. Set up a fund for. : ENDOW
69. Exaggerated: Colloq. : TALL
70. Fencing sword. : EPEE
71. Is grating. : RASPS
72. Make eyes (at). : OGLE
73. Newspaper office job. : DESK
1. The best: Slang. : TOPS
2. Mine entrance. : ADIT
3. Church feature. : PIPEORGAN
4. Veteran golfer. : SNEAD
5. Kinds of pipes. : CORNCOBS
6. Fabrications. : LIES
7. ___ rule. : ASA
8. UAR Imamate. : YEMEN
9. Peacepipe. : CALUMET
10. Black bird. : ANI
11. Foolish. : INEPT
12. Wrinkles, in zoology. : RUGAE
13. Albatrosses, for example. : OMENS
18. Yugoslav river. : DRINA
22. Purpose. : AIM
25. Now, never, etc. : ADVERBS
26. ___ Bronson Alcott. : AMOS
27. Like a certain piper. : PIED
28. French angel. : ANGE
30. List. : ROTA
34. 87th city of U. S., in 1960 census. : ERIE
36. Kind of hat of a century ago. : STOVEPIPE
37. Big mackerel. : CERO
38. Verily. : AMEN
40. Intense. : DEEP
42. Oriental smoking pipe. : NARGHILE
45. Aids for winter sportsmen. : SKITOWS
47. Tint. : STAIN
50. Finial. : EPI
53. Kind of pipe. : BRIER
54. 10,758-ft. volcano. : AETNA
55. Showy flowers, for short. : GLADS
56. Put an ___ (stop). : ENDTO
58. Recorded. : TAPED
61. Stop, as a baseball game. : CALL
62. Gibbons. : APES
63. Resort to. : SEEK
65. Cut off. : LOP
67. Piece of music. : RAG

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 4 debuted here and reused later, 4 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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