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New York Times, Thursday, July 19, 1962

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.97, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 284 (avg 1.50)
Open Squares: 69, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 5, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 6
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Students & seniors
Across
1. Oriental country. : SIAM
5. Transvaalers. : BOERS
10. The team to watch. : METS
14. Vagabond's cousin. : HOBO
15. Jargon. : ARGOT
16. Buttery oil. : OLEO
17. Is obliged for. : OWES
18. Cheroot. : CIGAR
19. Allow use of. : LEND
20. Coach and four. : TALLYHO
22. Actual: Lat. : DEFACTO
24. Quits. : EVEN
25. Leather punchers. : AWLS
26. "Desert Fox" of 1941–43. : ROMMEL
29. Doubter. : AGNOSTIC
33. "But ___ on forever." : IGO
34. Amiens' river. : SOMME
36. What "Margaret" means. : PEARL
37. Brief autobiographical sketch. : VITA
39. Song of a sort. : ROUND
41. German naval commander. : SPEE
42. City of Old Castile. : AVILA
44. Group of eight. : OCTAD
46. ___ spot. : INA
47. Part of Paris. : LEFTBANK
49. Humdinger. : ROUSER
51. Sea birds. : ERNS
52. Shopping bag contents: Abbr. : PKGS
53. Big bird. : OSTRICH
56. Pasqueflower. : ANEMONE
60. Reliable. : SURE
61. Pivotal point. : HINGE
63. Señorita's name. : INES
64. Trudge doggedly. : SLOG
65. Dutch physicist, Nobelist of 1913. : ONNES
66. Geographical location: Abbr. : NLAT
67. Sedan. : AUTO
68. Section of an orchestra. : REEDS
69. "Is one with Nineveh and ___!" : TYRE
Down
1. Small pellets. : SHOT
2. Where Sioux City is. : IOWA
3. W. H. Hudson hero. : ABEL
4. Islamite. : MOSLEM
5. No lady's man. : BACHELOR
6. Mythical hunter. : ORION
7. Humpty Dumpty. : EGG
8. Highwayman. : ROADAGENT
9. Scattered about. : STREWN
10. Sorghum. : MOLASSES
11. Source of power: Abbr. : ELEC
12. Marquee. : TENT
13. "And ___ I." : SODO
21. Actor Montand. : YVES
23. Broadway tragedy. : FLOP
26. Antagonist. : RIVAL
27. Pointed arch. : OGIVE
28. Theme, in art. : MOTIF
29. Run ___. : AMUCK
30. Carpet: Fr. : TAPIS
31. Netherlands princess. : IRENE
32. Weather forecast. : CLEAR
35. Mountain spirits. : MOONSHINE
38. Boon companion. : ALTEREGO
40. Nightfall. : DARKNESS
43. Hillside dugout: Fr. : ABRI
45. Dignitary of old Venice. : DOGE
48. Marine's insignia. : ANCHOR
50. Money-making establishment. : USMINT
52. Summoned by intercom. : PAGED
53. Greek peak. : OSSA
54. Moro tribesman. : SULU
55. Hambletonian gait. : TROT
57. Sole. : ONLY
58. Approach. : NEAR
59. Town near Padua. : ESTE
62. Compass reading. : NNE

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 5 debuted here and reused later, 1 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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