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New York Times, Monday, July 6, 1964

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.97, Missing: { J Z }, Scrabble score: 286 (avg 1.51)
Open Squares: 77, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 7
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© 1964, The New York TimesNo. 5,454
Across Down
1. Sound of dismay. : GASP
5. Wing brace. : SPAR
9. Jeweled chaplet. : TIARA
14. Italian harp. : ARPA
15. First-rate: Colloq. : AONE
16. Founder of the Ottoman empire. : OSMAN
17. T.R.'s associate in civic works. : RIIS
18. Calendar abbreviation. : TUES
19. Run-of-the-mill. : PLAIN
20. Sidewalk, in the South. : BANQUETTE
22. German poet. : HEINE
23. Nobel prize chemist, 1934. : UREY
24. Type of post office: Abbr. : RPO
26. Greek goddess of night. : NYX
27. Traduce. : MALIGN
30. City of Old Castile. : AVILA
32. Unique. : ALONE
33. Grand march. : PROMENADE
37. Greek arcade. : STOA
38. Looped curves, in geometry. : FOLIA
39. River into the Elbe. : EGER
40. Of first rank. : TOPDRAWER
42. Rocky places. : SCARS
43. Slackens. : EASES
44. Ingenious device. : GADGET
45. Military man: Abbr. : CSO
48. Vessel: Abbr. : STR
49. Palm tree. : COCO
50. Style of type. : RUNIC
52. Surfaces, as roads, runways, etc. : BLACKTOPS
57. Superlative. : ULTRA
58. O'Neill's daughter. : OONA
59. Pastoral verse. : IDYL
60. Scandinavian toast. : SKOAL
61. Ancient stringed instrument. : ASOR
62. Concert number. : SOLO
63. Roman and others. : TYPES
64. Pavilion. : TENT
65. Sequoia. : TREE
1. Clothe. : GARB
2. ___ da capo. : ARIA
3. Short pleasure ride. : SPIN
4. Lampoon. : PASQUINADE
5. Lining material. : SATEEN
6. Sulking. : POUTY
7. Swiss-French author. : ANET
8. Large supply. : RESERVOIR
9. First-class, in London. : TOPHOLE
10. Key. : ISLE
11. In full force: Poet. : AMAIN
12. One kind of day. : RAINY
13. Added part. : ANNEX
21. Insist upon. : URGE
25. Arizona Indian. : PIMA
27. Topgallant. : MAST
28. Choir member. : ALTO
29. Figure eight part. : LOOP
30. Rhone city. : ARLES
31. Raconteur. : ANECDOTIST
33. Launch. : POWERBOAT
34. Amalekite king. : AGAG
35. "___ Mable." : DERE
36. Whilom. : ERST
38. Religious observance. : FAST
41. Runners "around the rugged rock." : RASCALS
42. Dry white wine. : SACK
44. Stroller. : GOCART
45. Piece of bread. : CRUST
46. Racing gig. : SULKY
47. Successful. : ONTOP
49. Cathedral dignitary. : CANON
51. Dies ___. : IRAE
53. Go down. : LOSE
54. Bouquet. : ODOR
55. Memorable war correspondent. : PYLE
56. Blackthorn. : SLOE

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

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