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New York Times, Monday, May 19, 1975

Author: Elaine D. Schorr
Editor: Will Weng
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 4.87, Missing: { K Q V X Y }, Scrabble score: 283 (avg 1.53)
Open Squares: 69, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 7, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 3
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© 1975, The New York TimesNo. 9,410
Across Down
1. Kind of sack or iron : SAD
4. Kind of holiday : LEGAL
9. Actress Goldie : HAWN
13. Watery sound : PLOP
15. Hole ___ (ace) : INONE
16. Hautboy : OBOE
17. Father, in the Mideast : ABOU
18. Novice-cook's candy : FUDGE
19. Uris : LEON
20. Gadabout : RAMBLER
22. Move like a duck : WADDLE
24. Come-on : LURE
25. Traffic situations : JAMS
26. Crises on Wall St. : PANICS
29. Shortens : CURTAILS
33. In reserve : ONICE
34. Lily-pad's milieu : POND
35. Author Harte : BRET
36. Family of 16 Across : REED
37. Gunpowder, etc., e.g. : PLOTS
38. San ___ : REMO
39. Noun suffix : ENCE
40. Pro ___ : RATA
41. Focus, as blame : PINON
42. Famed muckraker of early 1900's : STEFFENS
44. General Nathaniel : GREENE
45. N.Y.C. river : EAST
46. ___ off (loaf) : GOOF
47. Thirty, in Paris : TRENTE
50. Bullying one : RUFFIAN
54. Wallace of silents : REID
55. Greatest depression time : NADIR
58. Undeceived : ONTO
59. ___ of Cleves : ANNE
60. TV-cook Julia : CHILD
61. Certain payment : RENT
62. Nobleman : PEER
63. Kind of scout : EAGLE
64. Albee's "The ___ Story" : ZOO
1. Bandy words : SPAR
2. Love song : ALBA
3. Condemn : DOOM
4. Some prisoners : LIFERS
5. Accustom : ENURE
6. Odin or Thor : GOD
7. Sharp-cornered: Abbr. : ANG
8. Sheltered sides : LEEWARDS
9. Gives moral support to : HOLDSABRIEFFOR
10. Not yet up : ABED
11. Vicuña product : WOOL
12. Hawaiian goose : NENE
14. Pleader for the poor : PUBLICDEFENDER
21. Henry or Clare : LUCE
23. Sum: Abbr. : AMT
25. Post-coup d'état group : JUNTA
26. Studies closely : PORES
27. Regarding : ANENT
28. Relative : NIECE
29. Water birds : COOTS
30. Musical-comedy revival : IRENE
31. Washout : LEMON
32. Former U.S. Chief Justice : STONE
34. Do a spring garden chore : PLANT
37. Demeanor : PRESENCE
41. Campus figure, for short : PROF
43. Kind of chance : FAT
44. Flask, in France : GOURDE
46. Put to severe questioning : GRILL
47. Fairway feature : TRAP
48. Tennis star Lacoste : RENE
49. German article : EINE
51. Don Juan's mother : INEZ
52. ___ risk (safely) : ATNO
53. Back: Prefix : NOTO
56. Cry of triumph : AHA
57. Taunting remark : DIG

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

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