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New York Times, Friday, October 5, 1962

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 5.05, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 303 (avg 1.62)
Open Squares: 58, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 8, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 7
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Students & seniors
Across
1. Exchequer, old style. : FISC
5. Oklahoma city. : ADA
8. Rounded hill. : KNOB
12. To the form of. : INTO
13. Harlequin in "Pagliacci." : BEPPO
16. Roman ___. : NOSE
17. Omri's successor. : AHAB
18. No drizzle, this. : CLOUDBURST
20. Assume. : SAY
21. Doctrine. : ISM
22. Banker's abbreviation. : PERCT
23. Lobster delicacies. : CLAWS
25. Persian lamb. : ASTRAKHAN
29. " . . . land ___." : OFTHEFREE
31. Juvenile heroine. : ELSIE
32. ___ pro nobis. : ORA
33. Powerful substance. : TNT
35. Counting-out word. : EENY
36. E. L. Thayer poem. : CASEYATTHEBAT
40. Alone: Prefix. : MONO
41. Bohemia's neighbor: Abbr. : SIL
42. Part of the Marshall Plan. : ECA
43. ___ foi (good faith). : BONNE
45. Think of afterwards. : RECOLLECT
50. Smelly gum resin from the Orient. : ASAFETIDA
52. Let. : ALLOW
53. City of Lombardy. : MILAN
54. Remain inactive. : SIT
56. Constellation. : LEO
57. Omissions. : OVERSIGHTS
60. Heavy metal: Abbr. : MERC
61. Horizontal band, in heraldry. : FESS
62. Dictators. : TSARS
63. Alms box. : ARCA
64. Iambs. : FEET
65. Trinket. : TOY
66. Textile worker. : DYER
Down
1. Flop. : FIASCO
2. Into two fair shares. : INHALF
3. ___-home. : STAYAT
4. Part of an ear. : COB
5. First grade material. : ABCS
6. Viña ___. : DELMAR
7. Away from: Prefix. : APO
8. Wavering pitch. : KNUCKLEBALL
9. Part of the Atlantic. : NORTHSEA
10. W. W. II agency. : OSS
11. You ___! : BET
14. Outdoorsman's haven. : PUPTENT
15. Wroclaw's river. : ODER
19. Hillside along the Clyde. : BRAE
21. Rhone tributary. : ISERE
24. Abbott and Costello routine. : WHOSONFIRST
26. Fixed. : SETTLED
27. Is not. : AINT
28. Duc d'Elchingen, French marshal. : NEY
30. Elves. : FAYS
34. Presidential name: Abbr. : THEO
36. Sounds from a cote. : COOS
37. People of Saigon. : ANNAMESE
38. Pleasure drives. : AIRINGS
39. Acclaim. : ECLAT
40. College degree. : MBA
44. Food fish. : EELS
46. Latin-American figure. : CASTRO
47. Queen. : ELLERY
48. Force. : COERCE
49. ___ garage. : TWOCAR
51. Archbishop of Canterbury, 1869–82. : TAIT
55. Paris suburb. : ISSY
57. On the way. : OFF
58. Acute angle. : VEE
59. Receptacle for contributions. : HAT
60. Extravagant. : MAD

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 4 debuted here and reused later, 3 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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