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New York Times, Friday, September 27, 1963

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 37, Avg Word Len: 5.22, Missing: { J K Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 266 (avg 1.41)
Open Squares: 70, Cheaters: 8, FITB: 7, XRef: 3, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 7
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© 1963, The New York TimesNo. 5,171

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Students & seniors
Across
1. Co-star in forthcoming film version of "Becket." : OTOOLE
7. See 1 Across. : PETER
12. See 55 Across. : OFARABIA
14. Half of a comedy team. : LAUREL
16. Stealing, in a way. : PIRATING
17. 1844 opera. : ERNANI
18. Famous: Abbr. : CEL
19. One adjective for Rome. : ETERNAL
21. Jose or Juan. : SAN
22. Golfer's concern. : IRONS
24. Fit. : MEET
25. Refusing to plead: Law. : MUTE
26. Cast (an actor) repeatedly in the same kind of role. : TYPE
27. First, for one. : BASE
28. Type of nylon hosiery. : NORUN
29. "Say ___." : WHEN
31. Layette necessity. : DIAPERS
33. Assail. : SETON
35. Grove of small trees. : COPSE
36. ___ age. : ACTONES
38. Man's nickname. : MOSE
39. Resembling: Suffix. : PHANE
40. ___ marché (cheap): Fr. : ABON
42. White House name. : TAFT
46. Parts of theaters. : PITS
47. Dutch ___. : OVEN
48. With reference to. : ASFOR
49. Actor Wallach. : ELI
50. Suffer from the heat. : SWELTER
52. Where Altdorf is. : URI
53. Region in the Vosges mountains. : ALSACE
55. Another role for 1 Across. : LAWRENCE
57. Star of "Irma La Douce." : LEMMON
58. One kind of income. : UNEARNED
59. Brief pauses in reading. : RESTS
60. Leading man in "She Loves Me." : MASSEY
Down
1. Rabbit with right-angled ears. : OARLOP
2. Musical syllable. : TRA
3. Plotter of 1678. : OATES
4. Newspaper term. : OBIT
5. Football player. : LINEMAN
6. Tidal waves in an estuary. : EAGRES
7. Box ___. : PLEAT
8. One of the Warrens. : EARL
9. Wine cask. : TUN
10. Deletions. : ERASURES
11. Restore, as a certain type of alcohol. : RENATURE
12. In the work quoted: Lat. abbr. : OPCIT
13. Like Hotspur. : FIERY
15. Wardrobe items. : LINENS
20. Obligation. : NEED
23. ___ law of motion. : NEWTONS
25. Children. : MOPPETS
27. Good, in Italy. : BENE
28. Ancient Greek temple. : NAOS
30. Sharpen. : HONE
32. Monumental portrait statue. : ICON
33. Great poet and dramatist. : SCHILLER
34. State socialism, in France. : ETATISME
36. Attraction. : APPEAL
37. Except. : SAVE
38. Where Glacier National Park is. : MONTANA
41. War: Lat. : BELLUM
43. "___ Thing Happened," etc. : AFUNNY
44. Effectiveness. : FORCE
45. True's partner. : TRIED
47. Famous American track star. : OWENS
48. Screen of tapestry. : ARRAS
50. Macbeth, for one. : SCOT
51. Farm animals. : EWES
54. Times of day, for short. : AMS
56. Poetic conjunction. : ERE

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

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