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New York Times, Friday, November 15, 1974

Author:
Remley
Editor:
Will Weng
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.16, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 284 (avg 1.49)
Open Squares: 75, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 6, XRef: 0, Spans: 2, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 10
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Students & seniors
Across
1. Miss Costello of screen : DOLORES
8. Chance ___ lifetime : OFA
11. Word with roaring : RIP
14. Period following Stone and Bronze : IRONAGE
15. Insurance scheme : TONTINE
17. Drizzly quip : NICEDAYFORDUCKS
19. Seaweed product : AGAR
20. Compass reading : NNE
21. Check : ARREST
22. Certain escaped convicts, in a way : LOOSEWOMEN
25. Deceive : HOCUS
27. By way of : VIA
28. Tennis and golf: Abbr. : SPS
31. Originated : AROSE
32. Depend, with "on" : LEAN
34. Trifle : DOIT
35. Weary : PALL
36. River area : DELTA
37. "Pompeii" heroine : IONE
38. Strategy : PLOY
39. Life of ___ : EASE
40. Dull finish : MATTE
41. Suffix with saw or law : YER
42. Chess pieces: Abbr. : KTS
43. Loathe : ABHOR
44. Actors' burdens : REHEARSALS
48. Distance horse, e.g. : STAYER
51. Bantu : RUA
52. Apiece : EACH
55. Sticky question : HOTENOUGHFORYOU
58. "___ House," Pulitzer play : ALISONS
59. Mitigate : RELIEVE
60. Cumberland, for one : GAP
61. Formerly named : NEE
62. Showed contempt : SNEERED
Down
1. Miss Merrill : DINA
2. Not a copy: Abbr. : ORIG
3. Certain descriptive writing : LOCALCOLOR
4. In an oppressive way : ONEROUSLY
5. Heating unit: Abbr. : RAD
6. Alaskan governor et al. : EGANS
7. French resort : SEYNE
8. Siouan Indian : OTO
9. Bone orifices : FORAMINA
10. ___ Doria : ANDREA
11. Staple food : RICE
12. Print-shop supplies : INKS
13. Mosquito, for one : PEST
16. Plow up soil : TURN
18. " . . . owed by so many to so ___" : FEW
23. Chemical suffix : OSE
24. Egg-shaped : OVATE
25. Mrs. Rockefeller : HAPPY
26. Papal cape : ORALE
28. Expert on the future : SOOTHSAYER
29. Western horse : PINTO
30. Ranch animal : STEER
32. Contract : LEASE
33. Letters : ELS
34. Satanic activity : DIABLERIE
36. Remove from high office : DETHRONE
40. Lamb's cry : MAA
42. Enamored with : KEENON
44. Liquors : RYES
45. S. A. country : ARG
46. German region and river : RUHRS
47. Render harmless : SAFEN
48. Moppy hair : SHAG
49. Indian weight : TOLA
50. "Take ___ from me" : ATIP
53. Pirates' hideout : COVE
54. Having color : HUED
56. Exploit : USE
57. Corrida cry : OLE

Answer summary: 5 unique to this puzzle, 5 debuted here and reused later, 6 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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