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New York Times, Saturday, August 1, 1959

Author: Jan Dubin
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 35, Avg Word Len: 5.14, Missing: { B J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 267 (avg 1.41)
Open Squares: 78, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 5, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 5
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© 1959, The New York TimesNo. 3,669
Across Down
1. Proportions. : RATIOS
7. Certain living quarters. : TRAILERS
15. Dessert flavoring. : ORANGE
16. Admonition. : REPROVAL
17. Employe. : WORKER
18. Au courant. : UPTODATE
19. Sixth sense: Abbr. : ESP
20. Clean the board. : ERASE
22. Indian's word for a colonial friend. : NETOP
23. Fall faller. : LEAF
25. Acolyte's place. : ALTAR
27. Blasting mixture. : TNT
28. Utah-Wyoming range. : UINTA
30. Street light. : LAMP
33. Quips. : SALLIES
35. ___ march (gains secret advantage). : STEALSA
39. "Whosoever shall compel thee to go ___, go twain." : AMILE
40. ___ Rivières, Quebec. : TROIS
41. Knowing "the price of everything and the value of nothing." : CYNICAL
44. Contends. : STRIVES
46. Coin of Puebla. : PESO
47. Faulkner's forte. : PROSE
48. Equality. : PAR
51. Thickened soup. : PUREE
53. Poetic verb. : HAST
56. Dutch cheeses. : EDAMS
59. Propelled a gig. : ROWED
61. Cry of contempt. : PHO
62. City on San Diego Bay . : CORONADO
64. Friend of the Kirbys. : TOPPER
66. Runs. : OPERATES
67. Short order dish. : OMELET
68. Most precipitous. : STEEPEST
69. Operatic soprano. : PETERS
1. Spiked wheel. : ROWEL
2. "Only ___." : AROSE
3. Waterproof canvas. : TARPAULIN
4. Cuttlefish's camouflage. : INK
5. Curved molding. : OGEE
6. Like a saw. : SERRATE
7. Reliance. : TRUST
8. Abrogates. : REPEALS
9. Appropriate. : APT
10. Ferrum. : IRON
11. Ore deposit. : LODE
12. Australian statesman. : EVATT
13. Mickey Mouse's name in Mexico. : RATON
14. Siestaed. : SLEPT
21. Dear me! : ALAS
24. Stimulus. : FILLIP
26. Marmot's relative. : RAT
29. Elizabeth II to Edward VIII. : NIECE
31. Parisian subway. : METRO
32. County, in Louisiana. : PARISH
33. Gen. Power's group. : SAC
34. Leicester's wife in "Kenilworth." : AMY
36. Tomato. : LOVEAPPLE
37. She: Ger. : SIE
38. Sancho Panza's steed. : ASS
42. Viper. : ASP
43. Town of Bernadette's grotto. : LOURDES
44. Eject, as lava. : SPEW
45. Baby's perch in rhyme. : TREETOP
48. ___ Bill, legendary cowboy. : PECOS
49. Take as one's own. : ADOPT
50. Kind of portable peep show. : RAREE
52. Lodging. : ROOST
54. Downright. : SHEER
55. Certain legal matters. : TORTS
57. In addition. : MORE
58. Clicking sound. : SNAP
60. Cynosure of Capitol Hill. : DOME
63. Had a bite. : ATE
65. Fit of peevishness. : PET

Answer summary: 5 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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