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New York Times, Monday, November 13, 1967

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 5.05, Missing: { J Q V Y }, Scrabble score: 275 (avg 1.47)
Open Squares: 73, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 7, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 3
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© 1967, The New York TimesNo. 6,666
Across Down
1. Dress goods. : LACE
5. So long! : TATA
9. Tennis stroke. : SMASH
14. Sit ___ (attend). : INON
15. Dance. : REEL
16. Fault: Lat. : CULPA
17. Vitality, mod style. : ZING
18. Irish expletive. : ARRA
19. Relative. : INLAW
20. "The King ___." : ANDI
21. Officers. : COMMANDERS
23. Type of school: Abbr. : INST
25. Hydrocarbon in petroleum. : OCTANE
26. Indefinite date. : SOMETIME
30. Part of pewter. : TIN
31. Corrida cheer. : OLE
32. Company dinner. : ROAST
34. Yorkshire city. : LEEDS
38. Cupid's title. : DAN
39. Seat. : INSTALL
41. Totem pole. : XAT
42. Repeatedly. : OFTEN
44. Brown shade. : SEPIA
45. A pair, in Scotland. : TWA
46. Mellow. : AGE
48. Capable of feeling. : SENTIENT
50. Figaro, for one. : BARBER
53. Seed. : GERM
54. Obstacle: Var. : HINDERANCE
57. Chooses. : OPTS
60. Old-time shopping center. : AGORA
61. Word with some or score. : FOUR
62. Mrs. Helmer. : NORA
63. From sun ___. : TOSUN
64. London gallery. : TATE
65. Norse name. : ERIC
66. Slows down, in skiing. : STEMS
67. Lean-to. : SHED
68. Lectern. : DESK
1. Judy's daughter. : LIZA
2. Have ___ with. : ANIN
3. Cook's choice. : CONDIMENT
4. Car part. : ENGINE
5. The act of drawing. : TRACTION
6. Plane. : AERO
7. Semester. : TERM
8. Something to "remember." : ALAMO
9. Sparkle. : SCINTILLATE
10. Worldly. : MUNDANE
11. American novelist. : ALLEN
12. Type of tire. : SPARE
13. Certain vocal sounds. : HAWS
22. Perform. : ACT
24. Tall thin kids. : STRINGBEANS
26. "And ___ I." : SODO
27. Norse name. : OLAF
28. Assemble. : MASS
29. ___ Park. : ESTES
33. Ticker strip. : TAPE
35. Without previous preparation. : EXTEMPORE
36. Time of day. : DAWN
37. Type of photo. : STAT
40. Remained. : LINGERED
43. Tympanum. : EARDRUM
47. Always: Poet. : EER
49. Did a household job. : IRONED
50. Narrow-minded one. : BIGOT
51. "___ for news." : ANOSE
52. Catamarans. : RAFTS
54. Porkpies. : HATS
55. First ship builder. : NOAH
56. Cunning. : CUTE
58. Thrice: Prefix. : TRIS
59. Mail holder. : SACK

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later, 5 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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