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New York Times, Friday, November 8, 1974

Author:
James Barrick
Editor:
Will Weng
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 42, Avg Word Len: 4.69, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 277 (avg 1.51)
Open Squares: 62, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 8, XRef: 0, Spans: 4, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 2
James Barrick has 13 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1974, The New York TimesNo. 9,218

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Students & seniors
Across
1. Wings : ALAE
5. At the center : MID
8. French play part : ACTE
12. Something to bite : DUST
13. Adjust : ALINE
15. Tchaikovsky's "March ___" : SLAV
16. Like Pearl White's rescuer : INTHENICKOFTIME
19. Asian people : TAI
20. Bartok : BELA
21. Pariah : LEPER
22. Hindu incarnation : RAMA
23. Con man : LIAR
25. Early morning fare : SEVENOCLOCKNEWS
32. Arabian Sea gulf : ADEN
33. Pointed arch : OGEE
34. Tombstone initials : AET
35. Kind of straits : DIRE
36. Animal sounds : BRAYS
38. Alaskan island : ATKA
39. Prohibition org. : ATS
40. Protein source : MEAT
41. Play the lead : STAR
42. Midnight : THEWITCHINGHOUR
47. Toward shelter : ALEE
48. Fishing vessel : DORY
49. Stone chip : SPALL
52. Fashion : MODE
53. Sanctified woman: Abbr. : STE
56. Low entry on a frequency chart : ONCEINABLUEMOON
60. " . . . ghoul-haunted woodland of ___" : WEIR
61. ___ hat : BRASS
62. Voice : ALTO
63. Beer : SUDS
64. Dunce : ASS
65. "Ballad of Reading___" : GAOL
Down
1. Mine entrance : ADIT
2. Moon goddess : LUNA
3. Italian wine city : ASTI
4. Icelandic letter : ETH
5. Silicate : MICA
6. Sign : INK
7. ___ volente : DEO
8. Position on a ship : ASTERN
9. Football foul : CLIP
10. Manageable : TAME
11. Invariably : EVER
13. Wind: Prefix : ANEMO
14. Walt Whitman flower : LILAC
17. Israeli statesman : EBAN
18. Snow unit : FLAKE
22. Descartes : RENE
23. Sluggish : LOGY
24. Does a bakery job : ICES
25. Cairo name : SADAT
26. Wharton : EDITH
27. Familiarize oneself with : VERSE
28. Reluctant : LOATH
29. ___ excess (gorge) : EATTO
30. Laughing owl : WEKAU
31. Belle or Ringo : STARR
36. ___ noire : BETE
37. Vie in a way : RACE
38. Pale : ASHY
40. Thousand: Prefix : MILLI
43. Australian horses : WALERS
44. False gods : IDOLS
45. Complication : NODUS
46. Superiority, in Scotland : GREE
49. Plants : SOWS
50. Tire, in Paris : PNEU
51. Kind of test : ACID
52. College degrees : MBAS
53. Soil layers : SOLA
54. Oz-book dog : TOTO
55. Organic compound : ENOL
57. Knicks' org. : NBA
58. "___ longa . . . " : ARS
59. Newsstand purchase: Abbr. : MAG

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 4 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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