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New York Times, Saturday, March 27, 1965

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 37, Avg Word Len: 5.53, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 277 (avg 1.47)
Open Squares: 84, Cheaters: 11, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Spans: 2, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 9
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© 1965, The New York TimesNo. 5,718
Across Down
1. Last word of "Sweet and Low." : SLEEPS
7. Mythical first mortal woman. : PANDORA
14. Canton in N. Switzerland. : AARGAU
15. Only 1/6th of a drachma. : ONEOBOL
16. Objective, from Presidential address. : THEGREATSOCIETY
19. Social affairs in Paris. : BALS
20. Beginning of anything. : DAWN
21. Aberdeen's river. : DEE
22. Gone by. : AGO
23. Treats maliciously. : SPITES
25. Time period. : ERA
26. Procrastinator. : CUNCTATOR
28. Pursue a course. : STEER
30. Bowlers. : KEGLERS
31. The stage. : BOARDS
32. Mineral salt in soils: Abbr. : ALK
33. Monarch: Abbr. : EMP
34. Steeples. : SPIRES
37. ___ a pikestaff. : PLAINAS
41. Flying objects. : KITES
42. Impure kind of sodium chloride. : GREENSALT
44. Wrath. : IRE
45. Soft and smooth. : CREAMY
46. Shooting match: Fr. : TIR
47. Viscous liquid. : TAR
48. Garden grubber. : HOER
49. ___ wide swath (appear important). : CUTA
50. Objective of recent plot. : STATUEOFLIBERTY
55. Country surrounded by another country. : ENCLAVE
56. Place. : LOCALE
57. Puzzled completely. : STUMPED
58. Left port. : SAILED
1. Lounged. : SATBACK
2. Cape of NW France, near Cherbourg. : LAHAGUE
3. Soon: Poet. : ERELONG
4. Missiles, at times. : EGGS
5. Nominal value. : PAR
6. Girl of song. : SUE
7. Great Scot, for one. : POTATO
8. Reply. : ANSWER
9. Store signs. : NEONS
10. Term of informal address. : DOC
11. Broad sash. : OBI
12. Cervine animal. : ROEDEER
13. Changed. : ALTERED
17. Colliery entrances. : ADITS
18. A long time. : YEARS
23. Pillars of stone. : STELES
24. Recreation places. : PARKS
27. County in Ireland. : CLARE
28. In ___ words. : SOMANY
29. Carpet. : TAPIS
31. Seaport of Brazil. : BELEM
34. Vaudeville acts. : SKITS
35. Men of Penzance. : PIRATES
36. Repeating. : ITERANT
37. Singer Bailey. : PEARL
38. Pianoforte key. : NATURAL
39. Quite ___ (more than a meager supply of). : ALITTLE
40. Rambled. : STRAYED
42. Fixed routine. : GROOVE
43. Reduced sail. : REEFED
45. Of little account. : CHEAP
49. This: Fr. : CECI
51. Texas campus. : TCU
52. City on the Danube. : ULM
53. French pronoun. : ILS
54. Type of neckwear. : BOA

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 5 debuted here and reused later, 5 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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