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New York Times, Monday, February 5, 1951

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 84, Blocks: 37, Avg Word Len: 4.48, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 287 (avg 1.53)
Open Squares: 56, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 13 Grid has repeated answers.
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 596
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1. Founder of "Dogpatch" community. : CAPP
5. London's ___ Mall. : PALL
9. Where King Solomon's mines were. : OPHIR
14. The "A" in A. D. : ANNO
15. "Una Voce Poco Fa," for instance. : ARIA
16. She weds Duke Orsino. : VIOLA
17. The witch's cat in "Bell, Book and Candle." : PYEWACKET
19. Month of showers. : APRIL
20. Adam's ale in Auriol's land. : EAU
21. Miss Lillie. : BEA
22. Governor ___ Peterson of Nebraska. : VAL
24. Dupe. : SAP
25. Chinese Red head. : MAO
27. River nymph. : NAIS
29. Everyone. : EACH
30. Excited. : AGOG
32. Mongolian. : ASIATIC
34. Battleship. : MANOFWAR
36. Visigoth conqueror of Rome. : ALARIC
40. Mr. Yale. : ELI
41. Author Yutang. : LIN
42. Money player. : PRO
43. One of Pindar's works. : ODE
44. An experienced sailor. : SEADOG
46. Governor of Mountain State. : PATTESON
48. Ascent toward a better state. : UPGRADE
50. Breton. : CELT
51. Coleridge's friend. : LAMB
54. Fifty-five million square miles. : LAND
55. Cloistress. : NUN
56. Where March 15th collections go: Abbr. : IRO
57. Clucker. : HEN
58. Be folded over. : LAP
60. Neckpiece. : BOA
63. River of forgetfulness. : LETHE
65. Mao's followers. : CHINAREDS
68. By-and-by. : LATER
69. Painter Holbein. : HANS
70. Makes angry. : IRES
71. Miss Massey of the footlights. : ILONA
72. Former queen of Greece. : OLGA
73. Fe, fi, fo, fum. : OGRE
1. Hatteras, for instance. : CAPE
2. ___ Seton, author of "Foxfire." : ANYA
3. Aureomycin chases it. : PNEUMONIA
4. Prisoner of war. : POW
5. U. S. Army Secretary. : PACE
6. Wonder Stater. : ARKANSAN
7. Top UN-er. : LIE
8. Home of the Letts. : LATVIA
9. Ellipsoidal. : OVAL
10. Humdinger. : PIP
11. Brother of Hengist, leader of the Jutes. : HORSA
12. Of ancient Troy. : ILIAC
13. Mr. Bellamy. : RALPH
18. Swedish name for Finnish seaport, Turku. : ABO
23. Semitic goddess. : ASTARTE
26. Past. : AGO
28. Secretary Finletter's department. : AIR
29. Administrator Foster's bureau. : ECA
30. Home of Iowa State College. : AMES
31. Between 25 and 75 miles per hour. : GALE
32. Wrigglesome. : AWIGGLE
33. Isle: Var. : ILOT
35. Play with no future. : FLOP
37. The Pentagon's "first lady." : ROSENBERG
38. Totem. : IDOL
39. Mint item. : CENT
42. Canoeman's exercise. : PADDLING
45. Strike with a sword in conferring knighthood. : DUB
46. Goat god. : PAN
47. Small shield. : ECU
49. Poor man's hacienda. : RANCHO
51. Mrs. Rex Harrison. : LILLI
52. Regional. : AREAL
53. E pluribus unum, for instance. : MOTTO
55. 1951 version of WPB. : NPA
57. Wife and sister of Zeus. : HERA
59. Roman handle. : ANSA
61. Stettin's river. : ODER
62. Hartebeest. : ASSE
64. Biddy. : HEN
66. Mr. Newhouser. : HAL
67. President Vargas' capital. : RIO

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 9 debuted here and reused later, 5 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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