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New York Times, Thursday, July 2, 1964

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 80, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.68, Missing: { Q V X Z }, Scrabble score: 294 (avg 1.57)
Open Squares: 60, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 5, XRef: 2, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 6
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Students & seniors
Across
1. Hungarian man's name. : IMRE
5. Hindustani. : URDU
9. Faithful: Scot. : LEAL
13. "The Universe and ___." : DREINSTEIN
15. Arctic dwelling. : IGLU
16. Creator of 62 Across. : IANFLEMING
17. Doctor in 1955 headlines. : SALK
18. Philadelphia building. : MINT
19. Korean soldier. : ROK
20. P.M. of 1945. : ATTLEE
22. Ivy Leaguer. : ELI
23. Author of "The Doctor's Dilemma." : GBS
24. One kind of works. : FIRE
25. New Deal act. : NRA
27. TV program. : THENURSES
32. Point of view. : ANGLE
34. Heraldic term. : ORLE
35. School group. : PTA
36. Companion of the flowers. : BEES
37. Type of lace. : CLUNY
39. Roof of a railroad car. : DECK
40. Make a faux pas. : ERR
41. Pleasures. : JOYS
42. Pocket: Fr. : POCHE
43. Type of manufacturer. : DISTILLER
46. 12th cent. date. : MCI
47. Wood wind. : OBOE
48. Coddles item. : EGG
50. Doctors' group. : AMA
53. Man on the links. : PLAYER
56. Japanese herb. : UDO
57. Lament for Yorick. : ALAS
58. Full house, for example. : HAND
59. Famous fictional doctor. : ARROWSMITH
62. A James Bond antagonist. : DRNO
63. TV medico. : DRBENCASEY
64. Hunting boat. : SKAG
65. Medical suffix. : OSIS
66. Preposition. : INTO
Down
1. Construction beam. : IRAIL
2. Drs. Karl and William. : MENNINGERS
3. Crack. : RIFT
4. Not a draftee: Abbr. : ENL
5. Extreme degree. : UTMOST
6. One of Dr. Freud's pupils. : REIK
7. Kipling hero. : DIN
8. Awkward. : UNGAINLY
9. Antisepsis pioneer. : LISTER
10. Equal: Fr. : EGAL
11. Every: Ger. : ALLE
12. Paul's "beloved physician." : LUKE
13. Product of 18 Across. : DIME
14. South European. : SERB
21. Rightful. : TRUE
23. Go: Scot. : GAE
24. Moonwort. : FERN
26. Dr. Jekyll's creator. : RLS
28. ___ call. : HOUSE
29. Type of doctor. : SPECIALIST
30. Practice an art. : ETCH
31. Japanese drink. : SAKE
32. Retired. : ABED
33. Italian saint. : NERI
37. Gov. Love's home. : COLORADO
38. Man's name. : LYLE
39. One of Snow White's friends. : DOC
41. Harmonize: Colloq. : JIBE
42. Cabinet post: Abbr. : PMG
44. Pekingese, for example. : TOYDOG
45. Alters. : REDOES
49. Surgical garb. : GOWN
51. San ___, Cal. : MATEO
52. Pale looking. : ASHY
53. Certain doctors. : PHDS
54. Frolic: Colloq. : LARK
55. King Mongkut's tutor. : ANNA
56. ___ et orbi (to the city and to the world): Lat. : URBI
57. To ___ (everybody). : AMAN
60. Trains: Abbr. : RRS
61. Medicine, for one: Abbr. : SCI

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 4 debuted here and reused later, 7 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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