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New York Times, Tuesday, June 20, 1967

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 33, Avg Word Len: 5.19, Missing: { F J K Q X }, Scrabble score: 291 (avg 1.52)
Open Squares: 80, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 2, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 5
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Students & seniors
Across
1. Minds. : OBEYS
6. Petrol. : GAS
9. Certain Buddhists. : LAMAS
14. Keep going. : RUNON
15. Baseball VIP. : UMP
16. That is: Lat. : IDEST
17. Perfect type. : BEAUIDEAL
19. Holy city. : MECCA
20. Letterhead abbreviation. : INC
21. Field. : PASTURE
23. Razorback. : HOG
24. Relative of toodle-oo. : TATA
26. Roads of old Rome. : ITERA
27. Postern. : GATE
28. Girl of song. : SAL
30. Magyar. : UGRIAN
32. Canine in the comics. : SNOOPY
35. Bobolink. : REEDBIRD
38. Twister. : TORNADO
40. Business letter salutation. : DEARSIR
41. City on Long Island. : GLENCOVE
43. Jazz dance of the Twenties. : SHIMMY
44. Old codger. : GEEZER
45. Cultivate. : HOE
46. Caledonian. : SCOT
48. A sister of Calliope. : ERATO
50. Magic object of old tale. : LAMP
54. Steel measure. : TON
55. Come into ___. : ONESOWN
57. Estuary: Sp. : RIA
58. Poppy product. : OPIUM
60. Park specialty. : AMUSEMENT
62. Middle Easterner. : IRANI
63. Egyptian king, for short. : TUT
64. Character in many fairy tales. : WITCH
65. Biblical verb. : CANST
66. Govt. system. : SSS
67. Kilmer classic. : TREES
Down
1. Space Age term. : ORBIT
2. Good: Sp. : BUENA
3. Portray. : ENACT
4. Pronoun. : YOU
5. Cut. : SNIP
6. Caller. : GUEST
7. Dilettante. : AMATEUR
8. Embarked on a spending spree. : SPLURGED
9. Linden tree. : LIME
10. American humorist. : ADE
11. Engine parts. : MECHANISM
12. Berkshire racecourse. : ASCOT
13. Leg of a journey. : STAGE
18. Gymnastics of a kind. : DAILYDOZEN
22. Street performances. : RAREESHOWS
25. "A moment's monument."—Rossetti. : ASONNET
27. Evangeline's lost love. : GABRIEL
29. Swiftly. : APACE
31. Snake River country. : IDAHO
32. Sterling: Abbr. : STG
33. ___-pros. : NOL
34. Man from Klamath Falls. : OREGONIAN
36. Brink. : RIM
37. Uninteresting. : DRY
39. Emulates a gourmand. : OVEREATS
42. Dutch scholar and humanist. : ERASMUS
46. Impassive one. : STOIC
47. Source of cocoanut oil. : COPRA
49. Praises highly: Colloq. : TOUTS
51. Relative of a hogback. : ARETE
52. Kind of pie. : MINCE
53. Trails. : PATHS
55. Overlook. : OMIT
56. Triton. : NEWT
59. German pronoun. : UNS
61. Village of old Russia. : MIR

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 3 debuted here and reused later, 8 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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