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New York Times, Tuesday, November 2, 1965

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 5.40, Missing: { J W X Z }, Scrabble score: 278 (avg 1.47)
Open Squares: 72, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 2
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© 1965, The New York TimesNo. 5,925

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Students & seniors
Across
1. Tie. : CRAVAT
7. Least dangerous. : SAFEST
13. Church dignitary. : PRELATE
14. Originated. : CREATED
16. Sports event. : REGATTA
17. Campaign specialty. : ORATORY
18. Name in Arthurian legend. : ENID
19. Exonerate. : ACQUIT
21. Cognizance. : KEN
22. Machine piece. : CAM
23. Relatives of hogans. : HUTS
24. Suffix with Neo or Mio. : CENE
25. Citizens of: Suffix. : ITES
27. Black and White, among others. : SEAS
28. Monceau and others. : PARCS
29. Certain names on ballots. : SENATORS
31. Legislative assembly. : HOUSE
32. Lies. : FALSITIES
34. Cooking direction. : SCALD
36. Grumbled. : MUTTERED
40. Unadorned. : STARK
41. Darlings, for short. : HONS
42. Dry. : SERE
43. Moslem magistrate. : CADI
44. Foot: Suffix. : PEDE
45. Reckoning: Colloq. : TAB
46. Ever, old style. : AYE
47. Joyous songs. : CAROLS
49. "David and ___." : LISA
50. Marked with stripes. : LINEATE
52. Lloyd's of London, for example. : ENSURER
54. Repeat performances. : ENCORES
55. Flying objects. : SAUCERS
56. People of high estate. : GENTRY
57. Promotes. : SPEEDS
Down
1. Notched, as leaves. : CRENATE
2. System. : REGIMEN
3. "When I was ___ . . . " : ALAD
4. Large cask. : VAT
5. "___ boy!" : ATTA
6. Members of an important profession. : TEACHERS
7. Seekers of new talent. : SCOUTS
8. Edge, as in a molding. : ARRIS
9. Accomplishment. : FEAT
10. Consume. : EAT
11. Firemen. : STOKERS
12. Roman writer of comedies. : TERENCE
13. Summary. : PRECIS
15. Units of force. : DYNES
20. Nobelist in literature, 1959. : QUASIMODO
24. Brings about. : CAUSES
26. African expedition. : SAFARI
27. Marketed. : SOLD
28. Lindsay, for one. : POET
30. Filibuster's forte. : TALK
31. Singles or doubles. : HITS
33. Unmelodious. : TUNELESS
34. Holding out: Colloq. : STAYING
35. Rhythm. : CADENCE
37. Out of circulation. : RETIRED
38. Certain office supplies. : ERASERS
39. Prohibits. : DEBARS
40. Climb. : SCALE
41. Unorthodox doctrine. : HERESY
44. Eton boy's father. : PATER
47. Vehicle for apples. : CART
48. Easy job. : SNAP
49. Well-known publisher. : LUCE
51. Period of time. : EON
53. Girl of song. : SUE

Answer summary: 2 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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