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New York Times, Thursday, January 11, 1951

Author: Henry A. Wolfe
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 33, Avg Word Len: 5.05, Missing: { G J K Q X }, Scrabble score: 282 (avg 1.47)
Open Squares: 78, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 4, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 10
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 571
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1. Senator from New Mexico. : CHAVEZ
7. Entertainer. : ARTISTE
14. N. Y. State Supreme Court Justice. : AURELIO
16. Ringgold W. ___. : LARDNER
17. Campaign policies of a party. : PLATFORM
19. Sara ___ Roosevelt. : DELANO
20. Invalid food. : PAP
21. Nine: French. : NEUF
23. Streaks in marble. : VEINS
24. Imitate. : APE
27. Long furpiece. : STOLE
29. Canada ___, actor. : LEE
30. Detests. : ABHORS
33. Girl's name. : ELISA
35. Popular indoor sport. : CROSSWORDS
37. Cougar. : PUMA
41. Popular ragtime dance. : ONESTEP
42. City in France, on the Marne. : EPERNAY
44. Princess Margaret ___. : ROSE
45. Lessen in value. : DEPRECIATE
47. Part of an opera: Ital. : SCENA
49. Adviser to Secretary Acheson. : DULLES
50. Young 'un. : LAD
53. Dutch news service. : ANETA
55. Appoint. : SET
56. Sour. : ACERB
58. City on the Tiber. : ROMA
60. Consume. : EAT
63. Physical injury; shock. : TRAUMA
65. Chopin composed in this form. : NOCTURNE
68. Poultry farm. : HENNERY
70. Parts of flowers. : STAMENS
71. Gist. : ESSENCE
72. Napped leathers. : SUEDES
1. Creator of Li'l Abner. : CAPP
2. Dance, usually wearing a lei. : HULA
3. Indians, now in Oklahoma and Wyoming. : ARAPAHOES
4. Member of A. V. C. : VET
5. Airy creature. : ELF
6. Palestine. : ZION
7. The Busher's friend, according to 16 Across. : AL
8. Radical: Abbr. : RAD
9. City on the Moselle River. : TREVES
10. Slothful. : IDLE
11. Sluggard. : SNAIL
12. Tawny color. : TENNE
13. Worn away. : EROSE
15. Cinnabar, pyrites, etc. : ORES
18. More muffled. : MUTER
22. Cover for papers. : FOLDER
25. Bands of men to assist sheriffs. : POSSES
26. Formerly. : ERST
28. Spoke imperfectly. : LISPED
30. Acidity. : ACOR
31. Capital of Moravia. : BRNO
32. Country with a new king. : SWEDEN
34. Spring month: Italian. : APRILE
36. First contributor to a jackpot. : OPENER
38. Without change. : UNALTERED
39. Merchant marine officer. : MATE
40. Affirmatives. : AYES
43. Old French coins. : ECUS
46. He wrote "Cry, the Beloved Country." : PATON
48. Taxi drivers. : CABMEN
50. Machine tool. : LATHE
51. Land in general. : ACRES
52. College officials. : DEANS
54. Man's name meaning burden. : AMOS
57. Hieroglyphic symbol. : RUNE
59. Book of the New Testament. : ACTS
61. Bluebeard's sister-in-law. : ANNE
62. Thomas Hardy heroine. : TESS
64. Clara Barton founded it, 1881. : ARC
66. Greek letter. : TAU
67. Japanese apricot. : UME
69. Old-fashioned pronoun. : YE

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 6 debuted here and reused later, 7 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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