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New York Times, Thursday, September 7, 1961

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 35, Avg Word Len: 5.28, Missing: { F Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 282 (avg 1.48)
Open Squares: 78, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 6, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 2
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© 1961, The New York TimesNo. 4,437

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Students & seniors
Across
1
Trend or course. : STREAM
7
From head to toe. : CAPAPIE
14
Brazilian rubber tree. : SERINGA
15
One furthering a course of action. : AGITANT
16
Capered. : PRANCED
17
Paragon: Var. : NONSUCH
18
Rose's spouse. : ABIE
19
Sailor. : SEADOG
21
Mauna ___. : LOA
22
Irving character. : RIP
23
Fetid. : OLID
24
Delineate. : LIMN
25
Soviet press agency. : TASS
27
"Metamorphoses" author. : OVID
28
Receiver. : DONEE
29
Pasqueflowers. : ANEMONES
31
American naval hero. : JONES
32
City of Hungary. : EGER
33
Praise. : LAUD
34
Takes it easy. : IDLES
36
Deliver. : HANDOVER
40
White poplar. : ABELE
41
Type of sugar. : CANE
42
Repute. : NAME
43
Impost. : LEVY
44
Person: Colloq. : BODY
45
Raises. : UPS
46
Son of Bela. : IRI
47
Paris or Priam. : TROJAN
49
Japanese box. : INRO
50
Surrenders. : GIVESUP
52
Stage direction. : REENTER
54
Recount. : NARRATE
55
Pre-dawn status. : DARKEST
56
Scoffer. : SNEERER
57
Violins of a sort. : STRADS
Down
1
Slav. : SERBIAN
2
Gad: Colloq. : TRAIPSE
3
Russian hemp. : RINE
4
Book of knowledge: Abbr. : ENC
5
Middle ___. : AGES
6
Remodeled. : MADEOVER
7
Kind of camera. : CANDID
8
"So shines ___ deed . . . " : AGOOD
9
Sharp sound. : PING
10
Bowlers, to a cockney. : ATS
11
Girl of the "Perils." : PAULINE
12
Stipends. : INCOMES
13
Inodorous gas. : ETHANE
14
Capital of Laconia. : SPARTA
20
Baba and others. : ALIS
24
"Sea Wolf" author. : LONDON
26
See 23 Across. : SMELLY
27
Certain persons. : ONES
28
Mamie's maiden name. : DOUD
30
Molding. : OGEE
31
Mrs. Rochester. : JANE
33
Nautical ropes. : LANYARDS
34
Native of Portugal. : IBERIAN
35
Joie ___. : DEVIVRE
36
Pilgrimage to Mecca. : HADJ
37
Bragged of. : VAUNTED
38
Eugenie, for one. : EMPRESS
39
Hyannis, for one. : RESORT
40
Adjusts. : ALIGNS
41
Barrel maker. : COOPER
44
Et tu, ___. : BRUTE
47
Ruler. : TSAR
48
Unadulterated. : NEAT
49
"___ Dinka Doo." : INKA
51
Before. : ERE
53
Misstate. : ERR

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 8 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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