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New York Times, Friday, September 24, 1965

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.85, Missing: { K Z }, Scrabble score: 314 (avg 1.66)
Open Squares: 71, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 8, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 3
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© 1965, The New York TimesNo. 5,898
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1. Try: Colloq. : STAB
5. French soldier. : POILU
10. Half of a child's train. : CHOO
14. Traffic channel. : LANE
15. Frequent. : OFTEN
16. ___ apparent. : HEIR
17. Exhibits in an étagère. : OBJETSDART
19. Unhurried. : EASY
20. Court. : WOO
21. And elsewhere: Abbr. : ETAL
22. Kind of camera. : REFLEX
24. English poet laureate. : SOUTHEY
26. ___ pro quo. : QUID
27. Poetic contraction. : OER
28. What "en plein air" means. : OUTDOORS
32. Adjective ending. : ESQUE
35. Nonsense: Slang. : BLAH
36. Part of "esse." : ERAT
37. Their: Fr. : LEUR
38. Causes surfeit. : CLOYS
39. Annapolis. : USNA
40. Guide. : LEAD
41. Drags along. : LUGS
42. To have: Fr. : AVOIR
43. Each ___ : ANDEVERY
45. Portuguese title: Abbr. : SNR
46. Dictum. : FIAT
47. Approve. : VOTEFOR
51. Sound effect in convention halls. : UPROAR
54. Yorkshire river. : AIRE
55. Dollar bill. : ONE
56. Lizard: Suffix. : SAUR
57. Meal out, of a sort. : TABLEDHOTE
60. Assorted: Abbr. : MISC
61. Pea pods. : HULLS
62. Scandinavian name. : OLAF
63. Commedia dell'___. : ARTE
64. Let him go forth: Lat. : EXEAT
65. Recipe abbreviations. : TSPS
1. Brakes. : SLOWS
2. Not sanctioned. : TABOO
3. Wine region of France. : ANJOU
4. Rural gathering. : BEE
5. Advertisement. : POSTER
6. The time ___. : OFDAY
7. Type: Abbr. : ITAL
8. Brythonic sea god. : LER
9. Dissimulations. : UNTRUTHS
10. Masterpiece. : CHEFDOEUVRE
11. Get better. : HEAL
12. River in France. : OISE
13. African antelope. : ORYX
18. Laugh. : TEHEE
23. Image: Prefix. : EID
25. Feat of skill. : TOURDEFORCE
26. Moles. : QUAYS
28. Science, humorously speaking. : OLOGY
29. Thereabouts. : ORSO
30. Hindu queen. : RANI
31. Etoile. : STAR
32. She: Sp. : ELLA
33. Detected. : SEEN
34. One of four. : QUAD
35. Say impulsively (with "out"). : BLURT
38. ___ way (prepare for). : CLEARTHE
42. Paid (up). : ANTED
44. Passing through. : VIA
45. Most sensitive. : SOREST
47. Country place. : VILLA
48. "What ___ these mortals be!" : FOOLS
49. Available. : ONTAP
50. Marine hazards. : REEFS
51. West Point. : USMA
52. Poker holding. : PAIR
53. Reddish hue. : RUST
54. Competent. : ABLE
58. "___ armes, citoyens!" : AUX
59. Very controversial. : HOT

Answer summary: 3 debuted here and reused later, 6 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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