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New York Times, Saturday, October 15, 1966

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 5.14, Missing: { J Q X }, Scrabble score: 301 (avg 1.63)
Open Squares: 59, Cheaters: 8, FITB: 1, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 10 Grid is asymmetric.
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© 1966, The New York TimesNo. 6,272
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1. One dubbed "Leapin'." : LENA
5. Press one's suit. : WOO
8. Speech part: Abbr. : ADV
11. J. Strauss was so dubbed. : WALTZKING
13. Some "of society" is so dubbed. : DREGS
16. Snobbish soprano might be so dubbed. : HIGHTONED
17. Girl of song. : DINAH
18. Opposite of "amo." : ODI
19. Adjectival suffix. : EST
20. Harmful item, in ancient superstition. : EVILEYE
22. Ladder of a kind. : RUN
23. Historical record. : CHRONICLE
25. Records, so dubbed. : LPS
26. One: Ger. : EIN
27. Create a todo. : STIRUP
30. "The Turn of the ___." : SCREW
32. Some are dubbed stars of this. : CINEMA
33. Word of mouth. : PAROL
36. Live fluid. : SAP
38. Scary beings. : OGRES
39. Girl's name. : ADELA
40. Toys with adult appeal. : TRAINS
42. Inflorescence. : RACEME
44. Types of elec. current. : DCS
45. Teacher's degree. : PDB
48. Chant, so dubbed. : AMBROSIAN
51. Australian animal: Colloq. : ROO
52. French Post-impressionist. : BONNARD
54. Old exclamation. : FIE
55. Item often inflated or deflated. : EGO
56. Dye work. : BATIK
57. Beekeepers. : APIARISTS
60. Where Cnossus is. : CRETE
61. Show anger toward. : LASHOUTAT
62. Bad: Prefix. : DYS
63. N.Y.C. or Bost. : SPT
64. Urban problem. : SMOG
1. Stored away. : LAIDUP
2. Certain marbles, so dubbed. : ELGINS
3. Degree, so dubbed. : NTH
4. Old Western Hemisphere people. : AZTEC
5. Coldest. : WINTRIEST
6. Part of a million. : ONE
7. Nash. : OGDEN
8. Strong inclination. : ADDICTION
9. Oil field activities. : DRILLINGS
10. Specialized wood worker. : VENEERER
11. Convolution. : WHORL
12. Certain foods, so dubbed. : KOSHER
14. So Paree is dubbed. : GAY
15. Novel title. : SHE
21. Title: Abbr. : VISC
24. Ahead. : ONWARDS
28. Asian apricot. : UME
29. Sires, so dubbed: Colloq. : PAS
30. Impressiveness. : SOLEMNITY
31. Political rallies, so dubbed. : CLAMBAKES
33. Value, sometimes dubbed. : PAR
34. Oklahoma city. : ADA
35. Took back what one said. : RECANTED
37. Nonviolent one, so dubbed. : PACIFIST
41. Prophet. : ISAIAH
43. Be wrong. : ERR
45. Tempo. : PRESTO
46. Certain neckware. : DOGTAG
47. Push up: Colloq. : BOOST
49. East Indian vines. : ODALS
50. Wolfe and others. : NEROS
52. Telly's initials. : BBC
53. Boat aid. : OAR
58. Infant food. : PAP
59. Chemical suffix. : IUM

Answer summary: 6 unique to this puzzle, 4 debuted here and reused later, 6 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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