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New York Times, Friday, October 10, 1975

Author:
Remley
Editor:
Will Weng
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 5.40, Missing: { J Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 279 (avg 1.48)
Open Squares: 71, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Spans: 2, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 11
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© 1975, The New York TimesNo. 9,554
Across
1. Counterfeit : SHAM
5. Youths : LADS
9. Pedagogy degree : MPD
12. Words for Pauline's plight : DIREPERIL
14. Actor Lew : AYRES
16. Experiences trouble : GETSINTOASCRAPE
18. Parking-lot menace : FENDERBENDERS
19. "Not ___ bet!" : ONA
21. Parisian's laugh : RIS
22. Scram! : BEATIT
23. Kind of pen : POISON
25. Wallach : ELI
27. Tennis score : LOVE
28. One acting for another : SURROGATE
30. Soak : RET
31. S.R.O. shows : SMASHHITS
35. Brooch : PIN
38. Farmyard leavings : CORNHUSKS
42. Honor cards : ACES
44. Sounds made for a doctor : AHS
45. Artemis's Wonder : TEMPLE
46. Missive : LETTER
48. Associate teaching degree : AED
49. Successor to F.D.R. : HST
50. Like certain jinxed people : ACCIDENTPRONE
54. Heading for the Stockholm and Andrea Doria : COLLISIONCOURSE
57. Wash out : ELUTE
58. Decree in advance : PREORDAIN
59. Sound units: Abbr. : DBS
60. Tailor's concern : SEAM
61. River to North Sea : ELBE
Down
1. Railroad spur: Abbr. : SDG
2. Hasten : HIE
3. Cultural event : ARTFAIR
4. Greek music tone : MESE
5. ___ hand (helping) : LENDINGA
6. TV's Johnson et al. : ARTES
7. Fashion name : DIOR
8. Thick slice : SLAB
9. Economist Gunnar : MYRDAL
10. Roman judge : PRAETOR
11. Withhold from : DEPRIVE
13. Bowlers' hangout : PINROOM
14. Facial outbreak : ACNE
15. Sonnet closing : SESTET
17. Fat: Prefix : SEBI
19. Harvest goddess : OPS
20. "___ turn" (traffic sign) : NOU
24. Graduating class: Abbr. : SRS
25. Group character : ETHOS
26. Annealing oven : LEHR
29. Writer Sholom : ASCH
32. Two-way sound hookup : INTERCOM
33. Show ___ (see out) : THEDOOR
34. Aggregate : SUM
35. Buckingham, for one : PALACE
36. Drink-peddler's cry : ICECOLD
37. Tennis group : NETCLUB
39. Like a globe : SPHERAL
40. Metric units: Abbr. : KLS
41. Harden : SET
43. Clowns' walking props : STILTS
44. God of war : ARES
47. Miss Adams : EDIE
48. Asphyxia : APNEA
51. Quick drinks : NIPS
52. Hurried : TORE
53. Undraped : NUDE
55. Kinsman : SIB
56. Compass point : ENE

Answer summary: 7 unique to this puzzle, 4 debuted here and reused later, 9 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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