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New York Times, Saturday, January 27, 1951

Author:
Leonard Goldberg
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 32, Avg Word Len: 4.95, Missing: { F Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 308 (avg 1.60)
Open Squares: 73, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 2, XRef: 0, Spans: 6, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 16
Leonard Goldberg has 21 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 587

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Students & seniors
Across
1. Onetime boss of Memphis. : CRUMP
6. F-86's. : JETS
10. Sir John ___, former British Field Marshal. : DILL
14. Sharpens. : HONES
15. Senator from the Empire State. : IVES
16. United: French. : UNIE
17. He wrote "Hotel Splendide." : LUDWIGBEMELMANS
20. Chemical suffixes. : OSES
21. Wife of Zeus. : HERA
22. Army officers: Abbr. : CAPTS
23. Ever: Contr. : EER
24. A soft, earthy deposit. : MARL
25. Handful of straw. : WISP
26. Ready: French. : PRET
28. German exclamations. : ACHS
30. Subject of Betty MacDonald's first book. : EGG
33. Where the Han River flows. : KOREA
35. Very pale. : ASHY
36. A color: French. : BLEU
37. Aimlessly; without purpose. : UNINTENTIONALLY
40. Dream: French. : REVE
41. Grow together. : KNIT
42. Crude, vulgar. : CRASS
43. Three: Prefix. : TRI
44. Mentally acute. : KEEN
45. Director of Selective Service for New York City. : COBB
46. Conduct. : LEAD
48. Tibetan gazelles. : GOAS
50. Girl's name. : IMA
53. F. B. I. man. : AGENT
55. Lethal explosive charges : TNTS
56. Strike heavily with fist or bat. : SLUG
57. Reproducing photos by a former method, on a silver plate. : DAGUERREOTYPING
60. State as a fact. : AVER
61. French river. : OISE
62. Other: French. : AUTRE
63. Ancient Persian. : MEDE
64. Mr. Tweed, for instance. : BOSS
65. City in Oklahoma. : PRYOR
Down
1. Heroine of a sentimental song. : CHLOE
2. Awaken. : ROUSE
3. Characteristic of slum children. : UNDERPRIVILEGED
4. Set of stables about a court. : MEWS
5. Greek letter. : PSI
6. Scoffer. : JIBER
7. Endlessness. : EVERLASTINGNESS
8. A musical theme. : TEMA
9. Reading on a compass. : SSE
10. Author of "Camille." : DUMAS
11. State of lacking the right of appeal. : INAPPELLABILITY
12. Fluff. : LINT
13. Minus. : LESS
18. Where the Hindus cremate their dead. : GHAT
19. Landing boats for foot soldiers. : LCIS
24. Major item in everyone's budget. : MEAT
25. Signal cry of a former N. Y. C. gang. : WHYO
27. M. Pleven, of France. : RENE
29. Voucher of money owed for food, drink, etc. : CHIT
31. Gelatinous substances. : GELS
32. "___ and Dolls." : GUYS
33. Man's name. : KURT
34. An unusual person: Colloq. : ONER
35. Prince Charlie's sister. : ANNE
36. Part of a fishhook. : BARB
38. Pieced out. : EKED
39. Sergeants, corporals, etc.: Abbr. : NCOS
44. Miss Smith. : KATE
45. Allot parts to actors. : CAST
47. Harden; habituate. : ENURE
49. Sioux Indians. : OTOES
51. Writer whose pen name was "Saki." : MUNRO
52. Earthwork or mound of ancient Rome. : AGGER
53. Mr. Smith, who wrote "Wealth of Nations." : ADAM
54. Donated. : GAVE
55. The Andrews Sisters. : TRIO
56. Short branch railroad track. : SPUR
58. Plunder. : ROB
59. One of the Caroline Islands. : YAP

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 13 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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