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New York Times, Tuesday, July 25, 1967

Author: Leonard Sussman
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.85, Missing: { J Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 291 (avg 1.54)
Open Squares: 67, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 2, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 4
Leonard Sussman has 40 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1967, The New York TimesNo. 6,555
Across Down
1. Wants very much. : HOPES
6. Type of writer. : HACK
10. Deck post. : BITT
14. Remarque. : ERICH
15. Unpleasant symptom. : AGUE
16. Medical suffix. : EMIA
17. Climber's challenge. : MATTERHORN
19. Chooses. : OPTS
20. Strand of yarn. : PLY
21. Of the dawn. : EOAN
22. Flaherty's Eskimo. : NANOOK
24. Musical work. : OPUS
25. Egyptian king, 3400 B.C. : MENES
26. Parisian hoodlum. : APACHE
29. Go through a renewal process. : MOLT
30. Headgear. : TAM
33. British theatrical name. : CARTE
34. Menuet, for one. : DANSE
35. Swiss canton. : URI
36. Scandalmonger's forte. : RUMOR
37. Choler. : IRE
38. One of the Days. : DORIS
40. O.T. book. : ISA
41. Ship's gear. : DAVIT
43. Intellectual results. : IDEAS
44. Weatherman's abbreviation. : DEG
45. Like coal: Fr. : EBON
46. Very smooth. : GLASSY
47. Bird. : EGRET
49. Part of RSVP. : VOUS
50. Unassuming. : MODEST
52. Russian city. : KIEV
53. Wife of Thor. : SIF
56. Bookmaker's concern. : ODDS
57. Electronic miracle. : TRANSISTOR
60. Uncles: Sp. : TIOS
61. Unctuous. : OILY
62. Mowgli's wolf. : AKELA
63. ___ account. : ONNO
64. Irritate. : ROIL
65. City of S France. : NIMES
1. Fiber. : HEMP
2. Viva-voce. : ORAL
3. Sympathy. : PITY
4. Outside: Prefix. : ECT
5. Cattlemen's adversaries. : SHEEPHERDERS
6. Cheerful sounds. : HAHAS
7. Balanchine ballet. : AGON
8. Canine. : CUR
9. Animal homes. : KENNELS
10. "I'd rather see than ___." : BEONE
11. Deceptions. : IMPOSTURES
12. Belgrade VIP. : TITO
13. Stint. : TASK
18. Dissolute fellow. : ROUE
23. Primitive. : ANTEDILUVIAN
24. Numerical prefix. : OCTO
25. Claude of art. : MONET
26. Stinging. : ACRID
27. Hesitate. : PAUSE
28. Great crucial conflict. : ARMAGEDDON
29. Well-known water-colorist. : MARIN
31. Soprano's forte. : ARIAS
32. Nickname for a little girl. : MISSY
34. Piece of turf. : DIVOT
39. Harem rooms. : ODAS
42. Crime condoner. : ABETTOR
46. What anything does. : GOES
48. Plaster of Paris. : GESSO
49. Form of plastic. : VINYL
50. Marquand sleuth. : MOTO
51. Norse deity. : ODIN
52. Evil spirit of the Hindus. : KALI
53. Goblet part. : STEM
54. Hercules' girl. : IOLE
55. Monks. : FRAS
58. Cruise port. : RIO
59. Sports term. : SKI

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 3 debuted here and reused later, 4 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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