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New York Times, Monday, April 15, 1968

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 80, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 4.63, Missing: { J Z }, Scrabble score: 318 (avg 1.72)
Open Squares: 73, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 9, XRef: 2, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 5
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© 1968, The New York TimesNo. 6,820
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1. Resorts. : SPAS
5. For ___ (for ever so long). : ANAGE
10. Part of an interview: Abbr. : QUES
14. Knew, old style. : WIST
15. Automatic man. : ROBOT
16. Hindustani. : URDU
17. Site of Waikiki. : OAHU
18. "I'd walk ___ . . . " : AMILE
19. Current playwright. : INGE
20. Corker. : ONER
21. Strip of shoe leather. : RAND
22. Beat the favorite. : UPSET
23. Punster's folk opera. : PORGYANDBASS
26. Lunch. : EAT
27. Blvd. : AVE
28. Case. : BAG
31. Cushion stuff. : KAPOK
34. Eye teeth. : FANGS
36. Ear: Prefix. : OTO
37. Team members. : OXEN
38. Sorties. : RAIDS
39. Kick. : BOOT
40. Golfers' term. : LIE
41. Favorite sons. : HEIRS
42. Pizazz of the 1920's. : OOMPH
43. Quiz. : ASK
44. Put one's ___ in. : OAR
45. Polish river. : SAN
46. Fishy exclamation. : HOLYMACKEREL
52. MPH. : SPEED
55. "The ___ has come . . . " : TIME
56. Dossier. : FILE
57. Scot's name. : ALEX
58. Old German. : SAXON
59. "Winnie ___ Pu." : ILLE
60. Congo river. : UELE
61. Wide-awake. : ALERT
62. Timetable, for short. : SKED
63. Namesakes of Arthurian knight. : KAYS
64. Roman goddess. : CERES
65. Fowl. : HENS
1. Pounce (upon). : SWOOP
2. Soft: Mus. : PIANO
3. Son of Jacob. : ASHER
4. "Needs no urgin'" according to Nash. : STURGEON
5. Historic peak. : ARARAT
6. "___ is an island." : NOMAN
7. In ___ (in trouble). : ABIND
8. Wedding rings. : GOLDBANDS
9. French season. : ETE
10. Jokes. : QUIPS
11. Keats's subject, and others. : URNS
12. Strop. : EDGE
13. Bird food. : SUET
22. Applications. : USES
24. Response to 10 Down: Slang. : YAK
25. Batters' records: Abbr. : AVGS
28. Loud noise. : BOOM
29. Sleep like ___. : ATOP
30. Old German. : GOTH
31. African tree. : KOLA
32. Straight line. : AXIS
33. Sly glance. : PEEK
34. Lie: Colloq. : FAIRYTALE
35. Smog ingredient. : AIR
38. Existing. : REAL
39. Florida catch. : BONEFISH
41. Bonnet. : HOOD
42. Wood. : OAK
45. Perfume business. : SCENTS
46. Pennsylvania Dutch specialties. : HEXES
47. Kitchen device. : MIXER
48. Con ___. : AMORE
49. German poet. : RILKE
50. Scott character. : ELLEN
51. West Riding city. : LEEDS
52. Indian tribe. : SAUK
53. Court action. : PLEA
54. Hard to hold. : EELY
58. See 52 Down. : SAC

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 4 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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