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New York Times, Tuesday, August 25, 1964

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 32, Avg Word Len: 5.22, Missing: { J Q X }, Scrabble score: 315 (avg 1.63)
Open Squares: 81, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 5, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 9 Grid has both 90- and 180-degree symmetry.
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Students & seniors
Across
1. Desert plants. : CACTI
6. Possessive pronoun. : HERS
10. Duck. : TEAL
14. Tree fruit. : ACORN
15. Hedonistic cry. : EVOE
16. Something trite: Var. : OLDY
17. Breadfruit. : RIMAS
18. Educational. : PEDAGOGIC
20. Experts. : ADEPTS
22. Family member. : RELATIVE
23. Revokes, as a legacy. : ADEEMS
25. One of the Du Ponts. : IRENEE
26. Magnificent array. : PANOPLY
28. Evening, in Paris. : SOIR
29. Within: Prefix. : ENDO
30. Shows disapproval. : FROWNS
32. Way of doing. : HOW
35. In a temper. : ANGRY
37. Done ___ turn. : TOA
38. Mohammedan nymph. : HOURI
40. Constellation. : LEO
41. Geometrical figure. : OBLONG
44. Mood. : VEIN
45. Runner: Var. : SKEE
46. Asians. : KOREANS
48. Connective tissue: Anat. : FASCIA
51. Nautical term. : ASTERN
52. Consecrated. : ANOINTED
54. ___-down. : HANDME
57. Admit. : RECOGNIZE
59. Homework in 13 Down. : LECON
60. Raise ___. : CAIN
61. Don Juan's mother, in Byron. : INEZ
62. In the near future. : EARLY
63. Cupid. : EROS
64. "Mary, Mary" author. : KERR
65. Pointed: Prefix. : STYLO
Down
1. Dear, in Italy. : CARA
2. Sharp. : ACID
3. What seasons do. : COMEANDGO
4. Egress of a sort. : TRAPDOOR
5. Part of a foot. : INSTEP
6. Wise: Slang. : HEP
7. One of a famous baseball trio. : EVERS
8. Traveled. : RODE
9. Marine mammal. : SEALION
10. Horn-blower. : TOOTER
11. ___ Marbles, in British Museum. : ELGIN
12. Take ___. : ADIVE
13. French prep school. : LYCEE
19. Showy. : GARISH
21. Ego. : SELF
24. Plant. : MYRTLE
26. Ring. : PEAL
27. Bancroft. : ANNE
28. Acts in a showy manner: Slang. : SWANKS
31. Scoreboard trio. : OOO
32. Uproar. : HUEANDCRY
33. O'Neill character. : ORIN
34. Gains. : WINS
36. Uniting. : YOKING
39. Fastidious. : OVERNEAT
42. Dweller in a pad. : BEATNIK
43. Teuton. : GOTH
45. Descendants. : SCIONS
47. Former Spanish coins. : REALES
48. Type of play. : FARCE
49. Close: Poet. : ANEAR
50. One of the ologies. : SOCIO
51. Wielder of a certain tool. : ADZER
53. German article. : EINE
55. Defoe heroine. : MOLL
56. Greek goddess of war. : ENYO
58. O. T. book: Abbr. : EZR

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 6 debuted here and reused later, 5 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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