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New York Times, Monday, September 14, 1964

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.16, Missing: { J Q W Y }, Scrabble score: 312 (avg 1.63)
Open Squares: 71, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 6, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 6
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© 1964, The New York TimesNo. 5,524
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1. Musical marvel. : HIFI
5. Craze. : RAGE
9. Up. : RISEN
14. Similar to. : AKIN
15. Out of balance. : ALOP
16. Oats: Lat. : AVENA
17. Whereabouts unknown. : LOST
18. Unpleasant consequences. : ILLEFFECTS
20. For. : ONTHESIDEOF
22. "A man ___ mouse." : ORA
23. Nights before. : EVES
24. One of the Barrymores. : LIONEL
26. Sounded loudly. : BOOMED
29. ___ board. : BEDAND
31. Detective Arsène. : LUPIN
32. Bride-___. : TOBE
33. Not that. : THIS
36. Not new. : USED
37. Dependent. : MINOR
38. Yarn supply. : HANK
39. Improve. : MEND
40. Utopian place. : EDEN
41. One of Spaak's names. : HENRI
42. Scheduled. : SLATED
44. Bring on the blues. : SADDEN
45. Sternutation. : SNEEZE
47. As far as. : UPTO
48. Greek letters. : PIS
49. Outdid: Slang. : TOOKTHECAKE
55. Embitter. : EXACERBATE
57. Draw together. : KNIT
58. Funny. : COMIC
59. Unusual thing: Slang. : ONER
60. Inner: Prefix. : ENTO
61. Bent pieces, as of wood. : KNEES
62. See 32 Across. : ETRE
63. Chosen: Poet. : TAEN
1. Ring of light. : HALO
2. Representation. : IKON
3. Handwriting: Slang. : FIST
4. Halfway through. : INTHEMIDDLE
5. Increased. : RAISED
6. "___ calm . . . " : ALLIS
7. ___ flow, U.S. concern. : GOLD
8. Fencing weapon. : EPEE
9. Palm fiber. : RAFFIA
10. Common verbal contraction. : IVE
11. Watch part. : SECONDHAND
12. ___ nous. : ENTRE
13. Of a sense organ. : NASAL
19. Filing adjunct. : FOLDER
21. Uniform. : EVEN
25. Scheduled, as for hearing. : ONTHEDOCKET
26. French Socialist statement. : BLUM
27. River into the Humber. : OUSE
28. Unfailing password. : OPENSESAME
29. Filleted. : BONED
30. Very dark. : EBON
32. Time's partner. : TIDE
34. Concerning. : INRE
35. Pachyderm's feature. : SKIN
37. Shooting star. : METEOR
41. Dislike utterly. : HATE
43. Mexican people. : AZTECS
44. Globe. : SPHERE
45. Mite. : SPECK
46. GOP name. : NIXON
47. Unqualified. : UTTER
50. Wind instrument. : OBOE
51. German philosopher. : KANT
52. Coin of India. : ANNA
53. Child's plaything. : KITE
54. English school. : ETON
56. French business abbreviation. : CIE

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 4 debuted here and reused later, 3 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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