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New York Times, Wednesday, July 3, 1963

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 32, Avg Word Len: 5.22, Missing: { J K Q V Z }, Scrabble score: 272 (avg 1.41)
Open Squares: 81, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 7, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 4 Grid has both 90- and 180-degree symmetry.
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Students & seniors
Across
1. Where Horatius held the bridge. : TIBER
6. Church dignitaries: Abbr. : ABPS
10. Carriage. : TRAP
14. Accustom. : INURE
15. ___-garou (werewolf): Fr. : LOUP
16. Hearty's partner. : HALE
17. Heavy-duty Titan. : ATLAS
18. Anti-Tammany reformers of 1835. : LOCOFOCOS
20. Lead-tin alloy. : SOLDER
22. Habitation. : TENEMENT
23. Certain nonvoters. : MINORS
25. Captures by arts. : SNARES
26. Where Zagreb is. : CROATIA
28. Fabulous flyers. : ROCS
29. Plunder. : LOOT
30. Reliquary. : SHRINE
32. Greensward. : SOD
35. Overthrow. : UPSET
37. Untidy bundle. : WAD
38. Bunchgrass genus. : STIPA
40. "___ baby bunting . . . " : BYE
41. Gay. : ELATED
44. Freshly. : ANEW
45. Weigh heavily (on). : PREY
46. Abdicates. : RESIGNS
48. Aptitude. : TALENT
51. Besides. : ASWELL
52. Says again. : ITERATES
54. Most judicious. : SAGEST
57. Splinter party voters of 1892. : POPULISTS
59. Not now. : LATER
60. Caucho trees. : ULES
61. Agrippina's son. : NERO
62. Halting-place: Fr. : ETAPE
63. Jeune fille's parent. : PERE
64. Hoary. : GRAY
65. Printed versions. : TEXTS
Down
1. Spanish aunts. : TIAS
2. Run ___. : INTO
3. Splinter party voter of 1912. : BULLMOOSE
4. Shoot out light. : ERADIATE
5. Feel put upon. : RESENT
6. Totality. : ALL
7. Companions of saddles. : BOOTS
8. Color. : PUCE
9. Canoe's air chamber. : SPONSON
10. Doubting ___. : THOMAS
11. Type of contestant. : RACER
12. Without a sharer. : ALONE
13. Banes. : PESTS
19. Mend one's ___. : FENCES
21. French rulers. : ROIS
24. New Jersey city. : RAHWAY
26. Social group : CLUB
27. Glutinous. : ROPY
28. Sly legislative amendments. : RIDERS
31. V.M.I. freshman: Slang. : RAT
32. Political party inspired by Henry George. : SINGLETAX
33. Not filled. : OPEN
34. Grackles. : DAWS
36. Threefold. : TERNAL
39. Wagon's back door. : TAILGATE
42. Hiring out. : LETTING
43. Becomes moist. : DEWS
45. Study closely. : PERUSE
47. Body of water. : SEALET
48. Ice-fishing rig. : TIPUP
49. Porridge of Spanish America. : ATOLE
50. Father Damien's concern. : LEPER
51. Ad ___ (to the stars): Lat. : ASTRA
53. Danish weights. : ESER
55. Harbinger of Oct. : SEPT
56. ___ bien. : TRES
58. Kind of bean. : SOY

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 3 debuted here and reused later, 8 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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