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New York Times, Tuesday, January 11, 1966

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 4.90, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 287 (avg 1.50)
Open Squares: 66, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 2, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 5
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© 1966, The New York TimesNo. 5,995
Across Down
1. Ut ___ (as directed): Lat. abbr. : DICT
5. Preschoolers. : TOTS
9. English race track. : ASCOT
14. Actor Sharif. : OMAR
15. Cyma recta. : OGEE
16. Sawfish's snout. : SERRA
17. River of Normandy. : ORNE
18. New York City landmark. : GRANTSTOMB
20. Item of income. : REVENUE
22. Be beholden to. : OWE
23. Modern: Prefix. : NEO
24. Nipa palm. : ATAP
25. Shakespearean role. : PROSPERO
27. Early Greek writer. : AESOP
29. Smart: Colloq. : CLASSY
30. Speak like a child. : LISP
31. Brazil's neighbor: Abbr. : URU
32. Girl, in the good old days. : TOMBOY
36. Fury. : IRE
37. Famous movie horse. : TRIGGER
39. Poetic conjunction. : ERE
40. Play by Sardou. : FEDORA
42. Roof angle. : HIP
43. Poker term. : CALL
44. State. : KANSAS
46. Ruthless. : CRUEL
47. Bridegroom. : BENEDICT
50. Baby coach. : PRAM
51. Nepal peak. : API
52. War area of 1944. : ETO
53. Weapon in civil rights struggle. : BOYCOTT
56. Doorkeepers. : CONCIERGES
59. Region of the patella. : KNEE
60. Theater of old. : ODEON
61. Danube tributary. : ENNS
62. Millay. : EDNA
63. Homes of a kind. : NESTS
64. Tenderfoot. : DUDE
65. Secretary. : DESK
1. French window. : DOOR
2. Hungarian name. : IMRE
3. Took a poll. : CANVASSED
4. Place for 63 Across. : TREETOP
5. Dress: Colloq. : TOGUP
6. Bugaboo. : OGRE
7. Kind of rose. : TEA
8. Dueña, perhaps. : SENORA
9. Appraiser. : ASSESSOR
10. Social group. : SET
11. Harridan. : CRONE
12. Abalone. : ORMER
13. Forbidden. : TABOO
19. Dance. : TWOSTEP
21. Pile of velvet. : NAP
25. Old-style headwear: Colloq. : PLUGHAT
26. English statesman of the 1600's. : PYM
27. Arabic letter. : ALIF
28. Innisfail. : EIRE
29. Dernier ___. : CRI
31. Opaque mineral. : URANITE
33. Fashionable society. : BEAUMONDE
34. Fillet on a crest. : ORLE
35. Rhythmic cheer. : YELL
37. Used cars. : TRADEINS
38. Yanks. : GIS
41. Slangy "yes." : OKE
43. Made (a joke): Slang. : CRACKED
45. Made a point. : SCORED
46. Watchword. : CRY
47. English scientist of the 1200's. : BACON
48. Style of lyric verse. : EPODE
49. Certain teams. : NINES
50. Outlaw's nemesis. : POSSE
53. Curve. : BEND
54. Greenbacks. : TENS
55. Oriental tree. : TEAK
57. Small house: Poet. : COT
58. Wildebeest. : GNU

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

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