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New York Times, Friday, September 16, 1966

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.16, Missing: { J W X }, Scrabble score: 327 (avg 1.71)
Open Squares: 77, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 2, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 6
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© 1966, The New York TimesNo. 6,243
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1. Sun Valley gear. : SKIS
5. Out of. : FROM
9. Certain poems. : RIMES
14. Ibsen role. : NORA
15. Function. : ROLE
16. Fill with joy. : ELATE
17. Scandinavian name. : OLAF
18. Girl's name. : INEZ
19. Status symbol. : YACHT
20. Thirteen. : BAKERSDOZEN
23. Light upon. : HIT
24. Gilbert and Sullivan role. : KOKO
25. Cupidity. : AVARICE
27. Beautiful. : COMELY
30. Winter month: Sp. : ENERO
31. Shakespearean role. : ARIEL
32. Prejudice that one is unaware of. : BLINDSPOT
36. Irritate. : RASP
37. Impression. : PRINT
38. She: Fr. : ELLE
39. Make old. : ANTIQUATE
41. Range. : SCOPE
42. Important worker. : NURSE
43. Arcturus's constellation. : BOOTES
44. Generosity. : LARGESS
47. Soothe. : LULL
48. Leading man, Cockney style. : ERO
49. Describing delicatessen items. : READYCOOKED
54. Part of a play. : ACTII
56. Firm support. : ROCK
57. Storm. : RAVE
58. Thrust. : SHOVE
59. ___ et mon droit. : DIEU
60. Power source: Abbr. : ELEC
61. Car essentials, in the U.K. : TYRES
62. Pace. : STEP
63. Lectern. : DESK
1. Name dropper's cousin. : SNOB
2. Nut of a tropical tree. : KOLA
3. Where Baghdad is. : IRAK
4. Protection. : SAFEKEEPING
5. Gamboling. : FRISKY
6. Musical composition. : RONDO
7. Grocery item. : OLEO
8. Theater section. : MEZZANINE
9. Fabled fox. : REYNARD
10. Longshoremen's group. : ILA
11. Speed-of-sound term. : MACHI
12. Moral. : ETHIC
13. Italian "seven." : SETTE
21. Wallow (about). : ROLL
22. Contingency. : EVENT
26. Optimistic. : ROSECOLORED
27. Dear: It. : CARA
28. Algerian port. : ORAN
29. Obscurant. : MIST
30. Type of type. : ELITE
32. Armbands. : BRASSARDS
33. Conspire. : PLOT
34. Old Greek wine vessel. : OLPE
35. Letters. : TEES
37. Sum of money. : PURSE
40. Asks. : QUERIES
41. Unaccompanied. : SOLO
43. Encourage: Colloq. : BUCKUP
44. Slightest. : LEAST
45. Creation of Don Marquis. : ARCHY
46. Mechanical part. : ROTOR
47. Prep school: Fr. : LYCEE
50. ___ now. : DOIT
51. Garden green. : KALE
52. Nights before. : EVES
53. Make ornate. : DECK
55. Adjective ending. : IVE

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

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