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New York Times, Monday, April 25, 1977

Author: Samuel H. Barkan
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.79, Missing: { Q Z }, Scrabble score: 277 (avg 1.48)
Open Squares: 68, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 2, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 3
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Across Down
1. "Hamlet" has five : ACTS
5. Wolf sound : HOWL
9. Relative of an atoll : ISLET
14. Chimney part : FLUE
15. Eight, in Madrid : OCHO
16. Form : SHAPE
17. Movie dog : RINTINTIN
19. Judge's demand : ORDER
20. Three from four : ONE
21. Not messy or mussy : NEAT
22. Resident (in Tarrytown?) : ABIDER
23. Line crossing two others : TRANSVERSAL
26. Give out : METE
27. Kennedy tenant : AIRLINE
31. Device using light rays : LASER
34. Bridge-table calls : BIDS
35. 16½ feet : ROD
36. Unlocked : OPEN
37. Nice Nellie : PRUDE
39. Indicative or imperative : MOOD
40. Bering, for one : SEA
41. Bit part : MAID
42. ___-panky : HANKY
43. Quotation : EXTRACT
45. Bat a gnat : SWAT
47. Of certain manipulators : OSTEOPATHIC
51. Apportions : ALLOTS
54. Old-school method : ROTE
55. Merry, in Metz : GAI
57. Pan-fried : SAUTE
58. Gagmen : JOKESTERS
60. Between: Prefix : INTER
61. Humdinger : ONER
62. Pawnee's friend : OTOE
63. Forecasters : SEERS
64. The "old man" : BOSS
65. Cob or drake : MALE
1. Type of hairdo : AFRO
2. Actor Eastwood : CLINT
3. Spinet specialist : TUNER
4. Clique : SET
5. Truthful : HONEST
6. Musical interval : OCTAVE
7. "Whizzer" of the Supreme Court : WHITE
8. Actor Chaney : LON
9. Weather-map lines : ISOBARS
10. High-pitched : SHRILL
11. Actor Alan: 1913–64 : LADD
12. Fencing sword : EPEE
13. Alas. in 1958 : TERR
18. Kind of circle : INNER
22. Open secret onstage : ASIDE
24. Sobeit : AMEN
25. Commando action : RAID
28. Bridal-shower gift : IRON
29. Cranny's counterpart : NOOK
30. Whirlpool : EDDY
31. Be bested or worsted : LOSE
32. Top : APEX
33. Stock-exchange membership : SEAT
34. Rose-to-be : BUD
37. Treaties : PACTS
38. Baptism is one : RITE
39. School subj. : MATH
41. Golf tournament at Augusta : MASTERS
42. Dislikes intensely : HATES
44. Member of a cheering squad : ROOTER
45. Radii of wheels : SPOKES
46. Dilutes : WATERS
48. Site of U. of Maine : ORONO
49. "___ Kick Out of You" : IGETA
50. Song of praise : CAROL
51. In present condition : ASIS
52. Where many a strike occurs : LANE
53. Minstrel's companion : LUTE
56. Fortune-teller's words : ISEE
58. Task : JOB
59. Swift or Seaver : TOM

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