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New York Times, Thursday, September 22, 1960

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 32, Avg Word Len: 5.08, Missing: { J Q V }, Scrabble score: 311 (avg 1.61)
Open Squares: 73, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 2, XRef: 0, Spans: 2, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 3
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© 1960, The New York TimesNo. 4,087
Across Down
1. Ganymede's predecessor. : HEBE
5. Big hit on the rialto. : SMASH
10. Between John and Romans. : ACTS
14. Dramatist's direction. : EXIT
15. Arctic wear. : PARKA
16. Watery fall. : PLOP
17. City on the Mississippi. : STLOUISMISSOURI
20. 100 centavos in Peru. : SOL
21. Paris' land. : TROY
22. Bell of London. : BIGBEN
23. Blissful. : ELYSIAN
25. Dancer Nelson. : GENE
26. Kittiwake. : GULL
27. Rules of conduct. : PRECEPTS
31. Hooch. : BOOZE
33. Where the Androscoggin flows. : MAINE
34. Richard of legal fame. : ROE
35. On vacation. : AWAY
36. Becomes gentle and tender. : MELTS
37. It follows epsilon. : ZETA
38. Hire out. : LET
39. Shoshone ___, in Snake River. : FALLS
40. Mannequin. : MODEL
41. Stimulates. : INSPIRES
43. Fiesta. : GALA
44. ___ homo. : ECCE
45. Plume on a helmet. : PANACHE
48. Cut canines. : TEETHE
51. Tunisian VIP's. : BEYS
52. Musician's asset. : EAR
53. City on the Mississippi. : STPAULMINNESOTA
56. Side road of the Appian Way. : ITER
57. Slow and stately, in music. : LARGO
58. Colors. : HUES
59. Penury. : NEED
60. Warmth of emotion. : ARDOR
61. Existence: Lat. : ESSE
1. Where Wiesbaden is. : HESSE
2. Sing the praises of. : EXTOL
3. Members of genus Capra. : BILLYGOATS
4. Wartime theatre: Abbr. : ETO
5. Helix. : SPIRAL
6. Jar used in home canning. : MASON
7. Lyman L. Lemnitzer's sphere. : ARMY
8. Do a slalom. : SKI
9. Former VIP's. : HASBEENS
10. Apex. : APOGEE
11. Shillelagh. : CLUB
12. Lacerated. : TORE
13. Quick ride. : SPIN
18. Practical, old style. : UTILE
19. Subsequently to. : SINCE
24. One of the Wongs. : SUZY
25. Breakfast food in Dixie. : GRITS
27. Becomes insipid. : PALLS
28. Living on prey. : PREDACEOUS
29. Transport: Colloq. : TOTE
30. Marine animal. : SEAL
31. Indonesian island. : BALI
32. Author Wister. : OWEN
33. Brawl. : MELEE
36. Girl's name. : MARCELLA
37. Dreyfus' defender. : ZOLA
39. Three-cornered cape. : FICHU
40. Parsonage. : MANSE
42. Firecracker. : PETARD
43. First Academy Award actress. : GAYNOR
45. Former Hungarian monetary unit. : PENGO
46. Objects of aversion. : HATES
47. Use part of a pencil. : ERASE
48. Old Chinese dynasty. : TSIN
49. Suffix used with cigar. : ETTE
50. "On guard!" weapon. : EPEE
51. Limpkin or lapwing. : BIRD
54. Calendar abbreviation. : MAR
55. Haggard heroine. : SHE

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later, 4 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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