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New York Times, Wednesday, May 17, 1967

Author: Jane Coon
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.92, Missing: { J Q V X }, Scrabble score: 324 (avg 1.73)
Open Squares: 71, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 5, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 6
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© 1967, The New York TimesNo. 6,486
Across Down
1. Expression of doubt. : HUMPH
6. Baths. : TUBS
10. Royal nickname. : MEG
13. S. A. macaw. : ARARA
14. Greenland outpost. : ETAH
15. Say ___ (deny). : NOTO
16. Cyclades isle. : MELOS
17. Biblical king. : REBA
18. Run ___. : INTO
19. Indications. : SYMPTOMS
21. Connect with. : LINKUP
23. Chops. : HEWS
24. Mass of ice. : FLOE
25. Historic capital of Picardy. : AMIENS
28. Region east of Alaska. : KLONDIKE
32. Area of Los Angeles. : WATTS
33. Was acquainted with. : KNEW
34. On the deep. : ASEA
35. Collections of anecdotes. : ANAS
36. Snoops. : PRIES
37. Nobelist in Physics, 1957. : YANG
38. Normandy town. : STLO
39. Handle. : HAFT
40. Belgian violinist. : YSAYE
41. Figure on a dress tag. : HALFSIZE
43. Wrecker. : TOWCAR
44. Well-known emcee. : DALY
45. Comme ci, comme ça. : SOSO
46. Eradicate. : UPROOT
49. Diva's forte. : HIGHNOTE
53. London locale. : SOHO
54. Jewish month. : ELUL
56. Lazybones. : IDLER
57. Quahog. : CLAM
58. Brioche. : ROLL
59. Stoop (to). : DEIGN
60. Political monogram. : GOP
61. Move, in a way. : SWAY
62. Came into view. : AROSE
1. Virginia products. : HAMS
2. Discoverer of heavy hydrogen. : UREY
3. Limestone. : MALM
4. Pessimists. : PROPHETSOFDOOM
5. Quickens. : HASTENS
6. Conditions of a contract. : TERMS
7. Indians. : UTES
8. Girl's nickname. : BAB
9. Sea or river places. : SHALLOWS
10. Trappist. : MONK
11. Famous last words. : ETTU
12. Gelett Burgess's invention. : GOOP
15. Sensation of a sort. : NINEDAYSWONDER
20. Cries of surprise. : OWS
22. Electrified particle. : ION
24. London street. : FLEET
25. Floating. : AWASH
26. Skate. : MANTA
27. Get away from ___. : ITALL
28. Machete. : KNIFE
29. Biblical patriarch. : ISAAC
30. Indian Ocean land. : KENYA
31. Species of "beaver." : EAGER
33. ___ Kat. : KRAZY
36. Love potions. : PHILTERS
40. Postwar Japanese premier. : YOSHIDA
42. ___ Luis, Brazil. : SAO
43. Dress up (with "out"). : TOG
45. Absurd. : SILLY
46. Seagoing initials. : USCG
47. Game. : POLO
48. Piece of music: Abbr. : RHAP
49. Dance. : HULA
50. Mixture. : OLIO
51. Two-year-old sheep. : TEGS
52. Osprey's cousin. : ERNE
55. Partner of sweet. : LOW

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 3 debuted here and reused later, 7 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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