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New York Times, Friday, June 3, 1966

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 45, Avg Word Len: 4.74, Missing: { J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 276 (avg 1.53)
Open Squares: 54, Cheaters: 10, FITB: 5, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 7
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© 1966, The New York TimesNo. 6,138
Across
1. Johnny of TV. : CARSON
7. Dancers can do it. : TAP
10. Stars can do it. : ACT
13. Kind of jacks, at times, wild. : ONEEYED
15. Parent Co. of N.B.C. : RCA
16. Rude ones do it. : BOO
17. They're both before and after the fact. : ACCESSORIES
19. Kind of deal: Slang. : RAW
20. Lake Mich. port. : CHI
21. Peach or pear. : TREE
22. Tunisian port. : SFAX
24. Arizona Indian. : HOPI
26. Physician who developed an ism. : MESMER
28. Track services: Abbr. : RRS
29. Falsifiers can do it. : BELIE
30. Feminine suffix. : ETTE
34. Word with wise or worldly. : OTHER
36. Unsubstantial. : TENUOUS
38. ___ d'oeuvre. : LECHEF
40. Shanghai, in a way. : KIDNAP
41. Ready for mailing. : STAMPED
43. Faith: Abbr. : RELIG
44. Salvador. : DALI
45. Part of the giblets. : LIVER
47. Common German prefix. : AUS
49. In the Land of Nod. : ASLEEP
51. Profits. : NETS
53. ___ but not forgotten. : GONE
55. Waste allowance. : TRET
57. Patrons do it. : TIP
58. Word manipulation. : PUN
59. Symbol of purity. : CAESARSWIFE
63. Catchall abbreviation. : ETC
64. Sea character. : TAR
65. ___ enough alone. : LETWELL
66. One can do it with one's head. : USE
67. Classmen: Abbr. : SRS
68. Beer mug. : SEIDEL
Down
1. Rockne could do it. : COACH
2. Marine emblem. : ANCHOR
3. Kind of trade agreement. : RECIPROCAL
4. Poker players do it. : SEE
5. Scot's grandchildren. : OYS
6. Kind of egg. : NEST
7. ___ out (tests something). : TRIESIT
8. Crack player. : ACE
9. Old hat. : PASSE
10. Part of a magician's phrase. : ABRA
11. Wheedlers do it. : COAX
12. Tugs can do it. : TOW
14. Window. : DORMER
18. Barn dancers can do it. : REEL
23. Kind of slip. : FREUDIAN
25. Native of Panama. : ISTHMIAN
27. More humble. : MEEKER
29. Happened. : BEFELL
31. At a loss for words. : TONGUETIED
32. Latin possessive. : TUA
33. Mind readers have it. : ESP
35. Not square: Slang. : HEP
37. Nothing at all. : NIL
38. Hallucinatory drug. : LSD
39. Greek letter. : ETA
42. Choosy eaters. : DIETERS
43. Finale of the Volstead Act. : REPEAL
46. ___ libre. : VERS
48. Quell. : STIFLE
50. Parties. : SECTS
52. Puzzle solvers can do it. : SPELL
53. Nerve: Slang. : GUTS
54. Whenever. : ONCE
56. Three, in Spain. : TRES
58. Little: Fr. : PEU
60. Swiss river. : AAR
61. Marie or Anne: Abbr. : STE
62. 1914–18. : WWI

Answer summary: 5 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later, 1 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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Crosswords published prior to Nov. 21, 1993 are provided by David Steinberg and The Pre-Shortzian Puzzle Project.

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