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New York Times, Monday, October 5, 1964

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 41, Avg Word Len: 5.11, Missing: { J Q Y Z }, Scrabble score: 285 (avg 1.55)
Open Squares: 70, Cheaters: 10, FITB: 2, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 3
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© 1964, The New York TimesNo. 5,545
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1. Beau, old style. : SPARK
6. Washingtonians, circa 1910. : TAFTS
11. Signal light. : BEACON
12. Narrow passages. : THROATS
14. Close friend: Fr. : INTIME
15. Dancer, for one. : REINDEER
17. Shuttlecock. : BIRD
18. Complained. : WHINED
20. Common prefix. : PRO
21. Lanterloo. : LOO
22. Relative of the Three R's. : ABCS
23. Type of star. : NOVA
24. Well-known name, before Stanley. : ERLE
26. Kind of part song. : GLEE
27. Twilled fabric. : DENIM
28. Rabbits' tails. : SCUTS
30. Amateur. : NOVICE
31. Argue. : DISCUSS
34. Unpunctual. : BELATED
35. To a certain extent. : INPART
36. Confused. : MIXED
37. Take as one's own. : ADOPT
38. Part of a degree. : LITT
39. See 11 Down. : ACTS
43. Nibble. : BITE
44. Spray. : MIST
45. Luck: Archaic. : HAP
46. Fond du ___. : LAC
47. Time of day. : SUNSET
49. Farm edifice. : SILO
50. Painting the town red. : ONASPREE
52. Went to Gretna Green. : ELOPED
54. Part of the street scene. : ASHCANS
55. Impart polish to. : REFINE
56. Track term. : HEATS
57. Denoted. : MEANT
1. Campus figure. : SENIOR
2. Eight Boy Scouts. : PATROL
3. Chemical. : ACID
4. Type of type: Abbr. : ROM
5. Was aware of. : KNEW
6. From that time. : THENCE
7. Constellation. : ARIES
8. Loving. : FOND
9. Little one. : TAD
10. Hurry up! : STEPONIT
11. King James Version. : BIBLE
12. Sioux and others. : TRIBES
13. Tennis term. : SERVICE
16. Went hither and yon. : ROAMED
19. Hesitates. : HALTS
23. Three electoral votes. : NEVADA
25. Go over the wall. : ESCAPE
26. Squall. : GUST
27. Give (out) sparingly. : DOLE
29. Short. : CURT
30. Subsequently. : NEXT
31. Devil: Sp. : DIABLO
32. 13 electoral votes. : INDIANA
33. Ready money. : SPOTCASH
34. Please: Ger. : BITTE
36. Certain garment sizes. : MISSES
38. Housewife's concern. : LINENS
40. Contribute: Colloq. : CHIPIN
41. Natural gift. : TALENT
42. Fine china. : SPODE
44. Napoleon I's brother-in-law. : MURAT
47. Society started by Henry Bergh. : SPCA
48. Word or phrase. : TERM
49. Davenport. : SOFA
51. Novel title. : SHE
53. Edgar ___ Masters. : LEE

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