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New York Times, Tuesday, June 17, 1969

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Will Weng
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.92, Missing: { W }, Scrabble score: 314 (avg 1.68)
Open Squares: 69, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 8, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 6
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© 1969, The New York TimesNo. 7,248

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Students & seniors
Across
1. Chemical endings. : ATES
5. Said, of yore. : QUOTH
10. Wear out. : JADE
14. Upcoming. : NEXT
15. Exorbitant interest. : USURY
16. Roman poet. : OVID
17. Familiar. : ACQUAINTED
19. Unyielding. : HARD
20. Goes back and forth. : SHUNTS
21. Peace. : SERENITY
23. Where the Adige flows. : ITALY
25. Friendship. : AMITY
26. Annie Oakley. : PASS
28. Red ink item. : IOU
30. Italian numeral. : SEI
31. "___ was saying . . . " : ASI
32. Rebuffs. : SNUBS
34. Turkish soldier. : NIZAM
38. Siamese. : CAT
39. Stranded, as a ship. : AGROUND
41. Gershwin. : IRA
42. Show obeisance. : KNEEL
44. Wise ones. : SAGES
45. ___ grata. : NON
46. Auto tag: Abbr. : LIC
48. Draw off. : TAP
49. Tunisian seaport. : SFAX
50. Cliburn's forte. : PIANO
52. Vaquero gear. : REATA
54. Blameworthy. : CULPABLE
57. Dolce far ___. : NIENTE
60. G.I. addresses. : APOS
61. Terrorist. : NIGHTRIDER
63. Not taped. : LIVE
64. Heep. : URIAH
65. Curiosity Shop girl. : NELL
66. Decamped. : FLED
67. Sample. : TASTE
68. Sly: Br. dialect. : SLEE
Down
1. Miscellanies. : ANAS
2. Georgia ___. : TECH
3. Perfected. : EXQUISITE
4. Attention-getters. : STUNTS
5. Traitor. : QUISLING
6. Gob's monogram. : USN
7. Ump's calls. : OUTS
8. Larch or Carob. : TREE
9. Freshwater polyps. : HYDRAS
10. Polish king. : JOHNIII
11. Had, in France. : AVAIT
12. Squalid. : DIRTY
13. Charybdis feature. : EDDY
18. ___ loss. : ATA
22. Corrects. : EMENDS
24. Pronoun. : YOURS
26. Organized group. : PACK
27. ___ example. : ASAN
29. W. W. II marine threat. : UBOAT
32. Salt marsh. : SALINA
33. Sweeten. : SUGAR
35. Red table wine. : ZINFANDEL
36. Venezuelan copper center. : AROA
37. Tailless cat. : MANX
40. Pain-killer. : NEPENTHE
43. Slipped by. : ELAPSED
47. European hazel. : COBNUT
49. Mugs. : STEINS
50. Eye part. : PUPIL
51. "The Man ___." : ILOVE
53. Give the ___. : AIR
54. Farm animal. : CALF
55. Money on the Corso. : LIRA
56. Sponsorship. : EGIS
58. Prefix with vise and cast. : TELE
59. A Gardner. : ERLE
62. Topper. : HAT

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 3 debuted here and reused later, 4 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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