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New York Times, Wednesday, July 28, 1965

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.03, Missing: { F J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 281 (avg 1.47)
Open Squares: 77, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 6
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© 1965, The New York TimesNo. 5,841
Across Down
1. U.S. outpost. : GUAM
5. Platter. : DISC
9. One of the Cyclades. : MELOS
14. Biblical preposition. : UNTO
15. Jacta est ___ (the die is cast). : ALEA
16. Cottonwood. : ALAMO
17. Satellite. : EARLYBIRD
19. Native of Asia. : TATAR
20. Detective Sam. : SPADE
21. Dwelling of sorts. : TENEMENT
23. Heavenly gatekeeper. : STPETER
26. Purposeful. : TELIC
27. Marriages, for example. : RITES
29. Published. : GOTOUT
32. Warp yarns. : ABBS
35. One kind of joint. : CLIP
37. Andante, for example. : TEMPO
38. Excited and merry. : GAY
39. Guessing game. : CHARADE
41. Corn holder. : EAR
42. Phrase used in blackjack. : HITME
44. Strange: Prefix. : XENO
45. Bear: Lat. : URSA
46. European capital. : ATHENS
48. When the alarm rings. : SEVEN
50. Diminutive endings. : ETTES
52. Tars. : SEADOGS
56. Calls to arms. : ORDERSUP
59. Rope halter: Sp. : RAMAL
60. American author. : OHARA
61. Late. : NOTONTIME
64. Kind of post. : NEWEL
65. Leonard Marks' new post. : USIA
66. Arthurian lady. : ENID
67. Manages. : TENDS
68. High point. : PEAK
69. Dapper ___. : DANS
1. Estimate. : GUESS
2. Not disposed. : UNAPT
3. Set ___. : ATRAP
4. Crumbles away. : MOLDERS
5. Soupçon. : DAB
6. Sinkiang river. : ILI
7. Spanish painter. : SERT
8. Student. : CADET
9. Fish dish with wine, etc. : MATELOTE
10. Ancient Asian. : ELAMITE
11. Theatergoer of a kind. : LATECOMER
12. Part of Arabia. : OMAN
13. Separate and itemize. : SORT
18. Snow man of Nepal. : YETI
22. Photographic plate: Abbr. : NEG
24. Do art work. : ETCH
25. Loosen. : RELAX
28. Stud horses. : SIRES
30. Poison tree. : UPAS
31. The Pentateuch. : TORA
32. Eastern title. : AGHA
33. Angler's purchase. : BAIT
34. "___'s early light . . . " : BYTHEDAWN
36. Facets. : PANES
39. Certain switchboards. : CENTRALS
40. Controversial Picasso picture. : DOVE
43. Measured. : METERED
45. Like some mail. : UNDATED
47. French possessive. : SES
49. Get. : EARN
51. Early time. : SUNUP
53. Auguries: Lat. : OMINA
54. Child on the loose. : GAMIN
55. Aleut transportation. : SLEDS
56. Camel, Kipling style. : OONT
57. Korean name. : RHEE
58. Baffle. : POSE
62. Older woman: Sp. : TIA
63. Wood. : OAK

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later, 5 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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