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New York Times, Monday, September 27, 1965

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 5.11, Missing: { J K Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 268 (avg 1.42)
Open Squares: 63, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 6
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© 1965, The New York TimesNo. 5,899
Across
1. Electrical term. : OHMS
5. Illegal escapade: Slang. : CAPER
10. Miner's implement. : GAD
13. Water bird. : COOT
14. Arch. : OGIVE
15. Site of first Olympic games. : ELIS
17. Tossed: Naut. : HOVE
18. Repeated knocking. : RATATATTAT
20. Hurry! : STEPONIT
22. Ball team. : ANGELS
23. Poet Wystan. : AUDEN
24. Extreme weather conditions. : RIGORS
25. Assistant. : HELPER
27. Numerical prefix. : MILLI
28. "But ___ on forever." : IGO
29. Dreams: Fr. : REVES
31. American poet. : ENGLE
35. Nautical rope. : VANG
37. Ate. : DINED
39. Trappings. : GEAR
40. Garden tool. : EDGER
42. More refined. : PURER
44. Stannum. : TIN
45. Reader's choice. : TALES
47. Assumes as a fact, in logic. : POSITS
49. Fur. : BEAVER
51. American novelist. : ALLEN
52. Metal band or ring. : COLLET
53. Prose pictures of people. : PROFILES
56. ___ to (run counter to). : GOCONTRARY
58. Unless: Lat. : NISI
59. Go ___ (enter). : ONIN
60. Do over a garden chore. : REHOE
61. Sicilian city. : ENNA
62. Man's name: Abbr. : EDG
63. Facilitated. : EASED
64. Appear to be. : SEEM
Down
1. Well-known name in journalism. : OCHS
2. Avian sound. : HOOT
3. Advice to loiterers. : MOVEALONG
4. Increase speed. : STEPUP
5. Forced into an awkward position. : CORNERED
6. Second time. : AGAIN
7. Early British statesman. : PITT
8. Stowe character. : EVA
9. Kind of store. : RETAIL
10. On your way! : GETGOING
11. Change. : ALTER
12. Numbered disks. : DIALS
16. City ways: Abbr. : STS
19. Fish. : ANGLE
21. Breslau's river. : ODER
24. Vertical steam pipe. : RISER
25. Apiary unit. : HIVE
26. Old-time oath. : EGAD
27. Cook's concern. : MENUS
30. Copperhead. : VIPER
32. Form a queue. : GETINLINE
33. Milk: Fr. : LAIT
34. Osprey's cousins. : ERNS
36. Make progress. : GETALONG
38. Spread out. : DEPLOYED
41. Bird. : RAVEN
43. Early Norse chieftain. : ROLF
46. Billet doux, perhaps. : LETTRE
48. Nets. : SEINES
49. Early American name. : BOONE
50. Spanish hero. : ELCID
51. Island group off New Guinea. : ARROE
52. Freight: Abbr. : CGO
53. Exclamations of disbelief. : PAHS
54. Laborer, feudal style. : ESNE
55. Tuptim's land. : SIAM
57. Govt. agency. : REA

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 4 debuted here and reused later, 9 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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