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New York Times, Monday, May 1, 1967

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 32, Avg Word Len: 5.22, Missing: { J Q V X Z }, Scrabble score: 302 (avg 1.56)
Open Squares: 78, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 3, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 7
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© 1967, The New York TimesNo. 6,470
Across
1. Energetic action: Colloq. : HUSTLE
7. Fabric pattern. : CHECKS
13. Cantankerous one. : HOTHEAD
14. Promising prospect: Colloq. : HOTLEAD
16. Adjusted. : ATTUNED
17. An understanding. : ENTENTE
18. Incense. : SCENT
19. On the job. : AWAKE
21. Partner of tuck. : NIP
22. Sharper tasting. : TARTER
24. Temperance group. : ATS
25. Daring deed. : FEAT
26. Piece (out). : EKE
27. Swinging items. : DOORS
29. Cultivation of the soil. : TILTH
30. "The Apostle of Rome." : NERI
32. Law degree. : LLM
33. Does a lesson in grammar. : PARSES
34. Two words of a maxim. : COLDHANDS
37. Automobile part. : BRAKES
40. Compass point. : ENE
41. Two-year-old sheep. : TEGS
45. Descartes and others. : RENES
46. Fact. : DATUM
48. Have a meal. : SUP
49. Superlative suffixes. : ESTS
50. Beaver. : FUR
51. Part of M. A. : MASTER
53. "___ du lieber Augustin." : ACH
54. Winnows. : SIFTS
56. Northern Europeans. : NORSE
57. Simmer down. : COOLOFF
59. ___ cucumber. : COOLASA
61. TV personality. : HUNTLEY
62. Scraped. : ABRADED
63. Works of an American painter. : RYDERS
64. Came close. : NEARED
Down
1. Breakfast item. : HOTCAKE
2. Speaker. : UTTERER
3. Turn aside. : SHUNT
4. Canvas-covered. : TENTED
5. New Guinea port. : LAE
6. Old Norse literature. : EDDA
7. Hoodwinks. : CHEATS
8. Toots. : HONKS
9. A diminutive suffix. : ETTE
10. Another diminutive suffix. : CLE
11. Lodging for boxers. : KENNELS
12. Surfeit. : SATIATE
13. Be quick. : HASTEN
15. Innermost parts. : DEPTHS
20. See 34 Across. : WARMHEART
23. Revolves. : ROLLS
25. Principal. : FIRST
28. Immemorial. : OLD
29. Child. : TAD
31. Sec. of the Interior, 1933–46. : ICKES
33. Type of tire: Abbr. : PNEUM
35. Letters. : OES
36. Insect. : ANT
37. Infringement. : BREACH
38. Cleanse again. : RESCOUR
39. Eden. : ANTHONY
42. Platform. : ESTRADE
43. Supposed. : GUESSED
44. Jam or jelly. : SPREAD
46. Tavern of radio fame. : DUFFYS
47. "Are you a ___ mouse?" : MANORA
50. Player with a drum corps. : FIFER
52. Of the sun. : SOLAR
54. Fish. : SOLE
55. Scrutinize. : SCAN
58. Business abbreviation. : LTD
60. Initials of a British order. : OBE

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 6 debuted here and reused later, 8 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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