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New York Times, Wednesday, September 23, 1959

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 4.90, Missing: { J Q V X Z }, Scrabble score: 274 (avg 1.43)
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Students & seniors
Across
1. London tourist mecca. : TOWER
6. Strip of wood. : SLAT
10. Arab attire. : ABAS
14. Wrought up. : IRATE
15. Actor from England. : CARYGRANT
17. Paginated. : PAGED
18. Library of Congress treasures. : AMERICANA
19. ___-Aztecan. : UTO
20. Business group: Abbr. : CORP
22. Peninsula of Asia. : MALAY
23. Five-year periods. : PENTADS
25. Tag on certain merchandise. : SOLD
27. Red ___. : TAPE
28. He wrote "Dere Mable." : STREETER
32. Daughter of Oceanus. : DORIS
34. Famous street in London. : FLEET
35. Hero of "Exodus." : ARI
36. Type of type: Abbr. : ITAL
37. Ill-mannered ones. : BOORS
38. Prunes-and-prismy one. : PRIG
39. ___ Upsilon. : PSI
40. Depicted. : DRAWN
41. Juvenile transportation. : BIKES
42. Time tellers. : SUNDIALS
44. City in Colombia. : CALI
45. Receptacles. : URNS
46. Ancient money units. : TALENTS
49. Irish county. : CLARE
52. Window part. : SILL
53. Hiatus. : GAP
54. Republican Senator from Pennsylvania. : HUGHSCOTT
57. Bandleader Shaw. : ARTIE
59. Artificial. : UNNATURAL
60. Was prominent. : SHONE
61. Injure. : MAIM
62. Old-time wizard. : MAGE
63. Harmonized. : TONED
Down
1. Constructed like theatre seats. : TIPUP
2. Declaim. : ORATE
3. One of the Westerns. : WAGONTRAIN
4. Soissons summer. : ETE
5. Luggage toters. : REDCAPS
6. Marks of battle. : SCARS
7. Source of light. : LAMP
8. Auxiliary verb. : ARE
9. Son of Odin. : TYR
10. Passageway with shops. : ARCADE
11. False god. : BAAL
12. Four pice. : ANNA
13. Pause. : STAY
16. Boring tool. : GIMLET
21. Lyric poem. : ODE
24. Caudal appendage. : TAIL
25. Where the poop is. : STERN
26. Smeltery substances. : ORES
28. Reduces 48 Down. : SLOWS
29. Hoosier literateur. : TARKINGTON
30. Great Lakes port. : ERIE
31. Fits out. : RIGS
32. Slopes down. : DIPS
33. City near Kyoto. : OTSU
34. Young farm animals. : FOALS
37. Cattle feed. : BRAN
38. Beam supporting a dock. : PILE
40. Most dreadful. : DIREST
41. Ship stabilizer. : BALLAST
43. Where U. of New Hampshire is. : DURHAM
44. Presidential nickname. : CAL
46. ___ role. : TITLE
47. French historian. : TAINE
48. Velocity. : SPEED
49. Friend: Colloq. : CHUM
50. Selene's Roman counterpart. : LUNA
51. Vedic god. : AGNI
52. Social affair. : STAG
55. ___ laude. : CUM
56. Old English coin. : ORA
58. Phi ___ Sigma. : RHO

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

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