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New York Times, Tuesday, October 23, 1962

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 37, Avg Word Len: 5.08, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 276 (avg 1.47)
Open Squares: 78, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 5, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 4
PS notes: 56-Across clue had "Certain" capitalized in original; assumed this was an error and changed it.
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© 1962, The New York TimesNo. 4,848
Across Down
1. Town near Cannes, perfumery center. : GRASSE
7. City on the Clyde. : GLASGOW
14. Not worth mentioning. : TRIVIAL
15. Ancestry. : LINEAGE
16. City near Po delta. : RAVENNA
17. Thing complete in itself. : INTEGER
18. Magical means of ingress. : OPENSESAME
20. Tiny. : WEE
21. City on the Wabash. : PERU
22. Young Cratchit. : TIM
23. Very mush. : FAR
25. Succés d'___. : ESTIME
28. Out by ___. : AMILE
31. White robe. : ALB
34. Curve. : ARC
35. Given as a discount. : REBATED
37. Robber of a sort. : PIRATE
39. English dramatist. : PINERO
40. High spot. : EVEREST
42. Heavy wave. : SEA
43. Gypsy. : ROM
44. Diplomat of Ben Franklin's day. : DEANE
45. Hang (over). : IMPEND
48. Range of vision. : KEN
49. "For Me and My ___." : GAL
50. Speck. : ATOM
54. Compass point. : SSE
56. Mecca of certain "stamp" collectors. : CHAINSTORE
59. Person with few resources. : HAVENOT
62. Washington. : CAPITAL
63. Including everything. : OVERALL
64. Issue. : EMANATE
65. In defensible manner. : TENABLY
66. Hang down. : DANGLE
1. Kind of fruit. : GRAPE
2. Po or Si. : RIVER
3. Way of approach. : AVENUE
4. Pride, envy, etc. : SINS
5. Level-headed. : SANE
6. Adaptable. : ELASTIC
7. Faint idea. : GLIMMER
8. Cable. : LINE
9. Insect. : ANT
10. Archiepiscopate. : SEE
11. Comic's right-hand man. : GAGWRITER
12. S-shaped curve. : OGEE
13. No longer are. : WERE
14. Too much: Fr. : TROP
19. Intention. : AIM
23. English socialist. : FABIAN
24. To ___ (everybody). : AMAN
26. Fabric. : SATEEN
27. Uno, dos, ___. : TRES
29. Dodecanese island. : LERO
30. Also known as Mount Seir. : EDOM
31. Copied. : APED
32. Of present interest. : LIVE
33. Have equal outgo and return. : BREAKEVEN
36. Dueling equipment. : EPEE
38. "Rule Britannia" composer. : ARNE
41. So as to be snug. : TIGHTLY
42. Woven together. : SPLICED
46. Ovine sound. : MAA
47. Teen-age activity. : DATING
51. Aggregate. : TOTAL
52. Speechify. : ORATE
53. Hawaiian chant. : MELE
54. Marksman. : SHOT
55. Except. : SAVE
56. Place of learning: Abbr. : COLL
57. Hottentot tribesman. : NAMA
58. Extend over. : SPAN
60. Time. : ERA
61. Catch. : NAB

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

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