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New York Times, Tuesday, June 2, 1964

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.79, Missing: { J K Q Z }, Scrabble score: 285 (avg 1.52)
Open Squares: 68, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 7, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 3
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© 1964, The New York TimesNo. 5,420
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1. Bedouin headband. : AGAL
5. Luggage. : TRAPS
10. Merchantman. : SHIP
14. Adriatic port of Italy. : BARI
15. Veteran actor of stage and screen. : HALEY
16. Ruckus. : TODO
17. Ramshackle. : TUMBLEDOWN
19. Modern Christiania. : OSLO
20. Historic town of the Old West. : LARAMIE
21. Water witch. : DOWSER
23. Son of Isaac. : ESAU
24. Tree. : PINE
25. "Not worth ___." : AMITE
28. Polo. : MARCO
30. Boys' group. : BSA
33. Western Communist. : CASTRO
35. Bartlett. : PEAR
36. Part of L. A. : LOS
37. European Communist. : TITO
38. Grassland of South Africa. : VELDT
40. Bisque. : SOUP
41. ___ aboard! : ALL
42. Andean republic. : PERU
43. Sensational revelation. : EXPOSE
45. Compass point. : SSE
46. ___ stew. : IRISH
48. Type style. : ROMAN
49. Mal de ___. : TETE
50. Munich's river. : ISAR
52. Historic July date. : FOURTH
55. ___ night (remain as guest). : STAYTHE
58. Tantrum. : RAGE
59. Keen interest. : ENTHUSIASM
62. ___ la! : OHLA
63. T square. : RULER
64. Asiatic palm. : NIPA
65. Runyon characters. : GUYS
66. Largest of the Kuriles. : ETORO
67. Author of "Three Weeks." : GLYN
1. German composer. : ABT
2. Frenchman. : GAUL
3. First word of the "Aeneid." : ARMA
4. Important part of a musical. : LIBRETTO
5. Topic: Lat. : THEMA
6. Discovery of 1898. : RADIUM
7. African lily. : ALOE
8. Church bench. : PEW
9. Newspaper chain. : SYNDICATE
10. Novelist of 100 years ago. : STOWE
11. Cayuse. : HOSS
12. Pointless. : IDLE
13. Inferior. : POOR
18. Light device. : LASER
22. ___ about. : ONOR
24. Part of a sentence: Abbr. : PRED
25. Perform the functions of. : ACTAS
26. Posts. : MAILS
27. Cordage fiber. : ISTLE
29. Very high grade. : APLUS
30. Flower. : BLOOM
31. Famous bandmaster. : SOUSA
32. Colorado ski resort. : ASPEN
34. Memorable patriotic song. : OVERTHERE
39. Canal of 1825. : ERIE
40. Fair. : SPORTING
42. Magpie. : PIET
44. Discovery of 1895. : XRAYS
47. Nearer. : HITHER
49. Officer: Abbr. : TREAS
51. Lizard: Prefix. : SAURO
52. Ornamental braid loop. : FROG
53. Waikiki site. : OAHU
54. Ill-favored. : UGLY
55. Historic French city. : STLO
56. Weather word. : HAIL
57. Make out. : ESPY
60. Meat of a sort. : NUT
61. Exclamation akin to "Boy!" : MAN

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later, 3 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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