It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker. Please consider supporting our site by purchasing an account.

New York Times, Saturday, July 29, 1961

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.92, Missing: { Z }, Scrabble score: 307 (avg 1.64)
Open Squares: 69, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 8, XRef: 1, Spans: 3, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 9
1
G
2
A
3
T
4
H
5
D
6
A
7
M
8
P
9
E
10
N
11
C
12
I
13
D
14
O
R
O
S
15
E
T
O
I
L
E
16
A
L
A
17
T
O
O
T
18
B
R
I
N
K
S
19
S
L
Y
20
H
U
B
21
Q
U
E
S
T
22
S
23
R
I
24
A
S
A
25
L
U
T
E
T
O
26
S
U
M
M
27
E
28
R
29
M
E
D
I
A
30
E
N
S
I
L
E
31
A
L
32
P
33
H
34
O
35
R
N
36
R
I
A
37
A
38
S
39
U
M
M
E
R
F
E
S
40
T
41
I
V
A
L
42
S
I
N
43
C
H
A
F
E
R
S
44
I
T
A
45
L
46
I
A
47
E
P
48
E
49
E
50
S
51
A
U
T
U
M
N
52
I
53
N
54
N
55
E
W
Y
O
R
K
56
T
I
P
57
D
O
O
M
S
58
C
E
E
59
C
60
H
I
61
A
62
H
O
R
S
E
63
J
E
N
A
64
P
E
R
65
L
O
N
G
E
R
66
A
N
O
N
67
A
X
E
68
A
R
T
E
R
Y
69
Y
E
W
S
© 1961, The New York TimesNo. 4,397
Across Down
1. Goliath's city. : GATH
5. Moisten. : DAMPEN
11. FBI in London. : CID
14. Golds: Span. : OROS
15. French star. : ETOILE
16. ___ carte. : ALA
17. Horn sound. : TOOT
18. Edges. : BRINKS
19. Foxy. : SLY
20. Wheel part. : HUB
21. Search. : QUEST
22. Title in India. : SRI
24. Seasonal tribute of 1 Down. : ASALUTETOSUMMER
29. Madison Avenue concern. : MEDIA
30. Store (fodder). : ENSILE
31. Colorful Swiss artifact. : ALPHORN
36. Estuary: Span. : RIA
37. New York. : ASUMMERFESTIVAL
42. Envy, for one. : SIN
43. Rose bugs. : CHAFERS
44. Where Roma is. : ITALIA
47. Swords. : EPEES
51. Vernon Duke song. : AUTUMNINNEWYORK
56. End. : TIP
57. Sentences. : DOOMS
58. Letter. : CEE
59. Greek letter. : CHI
61. "Three Men on ___." : AHORSE
63. German city. : JENA
64. Through. : PER
65. More tedious. : LONGER
66. Presently. : ANON
67. Have an ___ to grind. : AXE
68. Main road. : ARTERY
69. Trees. : YEWS
1. Empire City. : GOTHAM
2. Stir. : AROUSE
3. Phrase of commiseration. : TOOBAD
4. Presidential monogram. : HST
5. Social event. : DEBUT
6. "___ Grows in Brooklyn." : ATREE
7. Damp. : MOIST
8. Pony. : PINTO
9. Shoe leather. : ELK
10. "___ Dorma," aria from "Turandot." : NESSUN
11. 17th cen. King of Poland : CASIMIRV
12. Poorly. : ILL
13. Time period. : DAY
21. Misgiving. : QUALM
23. Abbr. in real estate ads. : RMS
25. Irish man's name. : LIAM
26. Feel. : SENSE
27. Lamb. : ELIA
28. Actual. : REAL
32. Nut. : PECAN
33. Royal title: Abbr. : HRH
34. ___ kind (alike). : OFA
35. Ring official: Abbr. : REF
37. Global area. : ASIA
38. In ___. : SITU
39. Undress. : UNATTIRE
40. Traditional Scots garb. : TREWS
41. Children's game. : ISPY
45. Him: Fr. : LUI
46. Large antelope. : IMPALA
48. Geological period. : EOCENE
49. Heretofore. : ERENOW
50. Daggers of old Scotland. : SKEANS
52. "___ Care." : IDONT
53. Neighbor of Sverige. : NORGE
54. Dead wind: Slang. : NOSER
55. Corundum. : EMERY
59. Man of figures. : CPA
60. Bewitch: Colloq. : HEX
62. Not vert. : HOR
63. Blue bird. : JAY

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 5 debuted here and reused later, 3 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

Found bugs or have suggestions?

|