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New York Times, Monday, January 13, 1964

Author: Walter Colt
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 4.90, Missing: { Q X }, Scrabble score: 296 (avg 1.55)
Open Squares: 72, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 1, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 11
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© 1964, The New York TimesNo. 5,279
Across Down
1. Twist. : KINK
5. Wife of Pompey. : JULIA
10. Little pest. : FLEA
14. Widely quoted author, for short. : ANON
15. Forecasts. : OMENS
16. Geometric points. : LOCI
17. Vapor: Prefix. : ATMO
18. Captain Edward Teach. : BLACKBEARD
20. Prepares by steeping. : BREWS
22. Biblical lion. : ARI
23. See 19 Down. : REMUS
24. High rating with Dun & Bradstreet. : AAA
25. Cricket bowler. : TRUNDLER
28. Army man: Abbr. : LIEUT
30. Musical talent. : EAR
31. Bank abbreviation. : ACC
34. Worship of: Suffix. : OLATRY
36. Artist. : ENGRAVER
38. Mix, in pharmacy. : MISCE
39. Doer: Suffix. : IST
40. Sun-dried clay. : ADOBE
41. Necessities for colonial writers. : INKHORNS
43. Nonelectronic computer. : ABACUS
44. Souchong. : TEA
45. Dye-yielding tree of the P. I. : TUA
46. Uniquely coated animal. : ZEBRA
47. Game of East Indian origin. : PARCHESI
49. Game of ancient origin. : TAG
52. Sea duck. : SCAUP
55. Coal product. : TAR
56. Linen cloth. : TOILE
58. Historic fortress of 1942. : CORREGIDOR
61. French menu item. : POIS
62. Against. : ANTI
63. Ballet by Agnes De Mille. : RODEO
64. Type of fastener. : TNUT
65. Two or more workhorses. : TEAM
66. Positive pole. : ANODE
67. Bones: Lat. : OSSA
1. Moslem shrine. : KAABA
2. Within: Prefix. : INTRA
3. Address for some new U. S. citizens. : NOMEALASKA
4. Recognize. : KNOW
5. Responsibility. : JOB
6. German diacritical mark. : UMLAUT
7. Find out. : LEARN
8. Happening. : INCIDENT
9. Query. : ASK
10. Grimace coarsely. : FLEER
11. Good soil. : LOAM
12. Light tan. : ECRU
13. Helps. : AIDS
19. Character in folk tales. : BRERRABBIT
21. Hi-fi production. : STEREOTAPE
26. Spaniard's name. : RUY
27. Fall behind. : LAG
29. Just cause for a scratch. : ITCH
31. Hobbies. : AVOCATIONS
32. Leyte's neighbor. : CEBU
33. Musical abbreviation. : CRES
34. Fail to mention. : OMIT
35. Salesman's offerings. : LINE
36. Letter. : ESS
37. Town of Judah. : ADAR
39. Operating. : INACTION
42. Capek classic. : RUR
43. Ancient bronze. : AES
46. ___ in (on target). : ZEROED
47. Jewish festival. : PURIM
48. Humpback salmon. : HADDO
50. Another: Lat. : ALIUS
51. Doings: Lat. : GESTA
52. Away! : SCAT
53. Geometric solid. : CONE
54. Ionian gulf. : ARTA
57. Vision: Prefix. : OPTO
59. Irish "sweetheart." : GRA
60. Caviar. : ROE

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 7 debuted here and reused later, 4 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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