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New York Times, Monday, June 30, 1975

Author: Beverly J. Seward
Editor: Will Weng
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.79, Missing: { Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 302 (avg 1.61)
Open Squares: 66, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 7, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 3
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© 1975, The New York TimesNo. 9,452
Across Down
1. Creations by Mr. Kenneth : COIFS
6. Steep height, in Africa : AMBA
10. Misdoes : ERRS
14. Elbow connections : ULNAS
15. Small duck : TEAL
16. Cozy place : NOOK
17. Marital fraction : BETTERHALF
19. Hungarian hero : NAGY
20. Arthur of the court : ASHE
21. Turnpike fee : TOLL
22. Items for a troller : LURES
23. Chemical compound : ESTER
25. Follower of a Chinese religion : TAOIST
27. Psychic initials : ESP
29. Like many letter-signers : SINCERE
31. J. Fred Muggs, e.g. : CHIMP
33. Sweetie-pie : LAMBCHOP
38. Supper, in Madrid : CENA
39. June moon or May day, e.g. : RHYME
41. Enthusiastic review : RAVE
42. Hoover Dam's byproduct : LAKEMEAD
44. Tippecanoe's associate : TYLER
45. Set free : UNLEASH
48. Boxcar contents: Abbr. : FRT
49. "A loaf of bread, ___ wine . . . " : AJUGOF
52. Michelangelo work : PIETA
54. Stage conveniences : PROPS
55. Handyman's item : TOOL
57. Miscellany : OLIO
60. Les Etats ___ : UNIS
61. Certain bridge holdings : SINGLETONS
63. Scofflaw's burden : FINE
64. Friend, in France : AMIE
65. Loved ones : DEARS
66. Word with song or slug : FEST
67. Lawford, to friends : PETE
68. "Valachi Papers" subject : MAFIA
1. Neighbor of the Keys : CUBA
2. Arena calls : OLES
3. Hale and hearty : INTHEPINK
4. Destinies : FATES
5. Vane point : SSE
6. ___ in one's side : ATHORN
7. Lardner's "You know ___" : MEAL
8. Yankees or Reds : BALLTEAM
9. Landon : ALF
10. Boredom : ENNUI
11. Sounds from a pride : ROARS
12. Thesaurus maker : ROGET
13. "The ___ the limit" : SKYS
18. Maine-Florida artery, mapwise : RTEI
22. Leopold's crime partner : LOEB
24. Small dosage: Abbr. : TSP
26. French weapon : ARME
27. O.T. book : ECCL
28. La Guardia Airport's neighbor : SHEA
30. Bonnie's friend : CLYDE
32. Miss Murray : MAE
34. Johnnie Ray song : CRY
35. Improvement on none : HALFALOAF
36. Done with : OVER
37. Sprightly : PERT
39. Western city : RENO
40. Game intermission : HALFTIME
43. Alehouse units : MUGS
44. Article : THE
46. Orbital point : APOGEE
47. Window part : SILL
49. Golfer Palmer : ARNIE
50. Enlists in : JOINS
51. Against-the-odds victory : UPSET
53. "When I Take My Sugar ___" : TOTEA
54. Variety of pastry : PUFF
56. "You can bet ___!" : ONIT
58. Initials for Jesus : INRI
59. Pelion's neighbor : OSSA
61. Sugar-maple yield : SAP
62. Graduate degree : EDM

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later, 6 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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