It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker. Please consider supporting our site by purchasing an account.

New York Times, Wednesday, October 10, 1951

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 35, Avg Word Len: 4.87, Missing: { J Q U X Z }, Scrabble score: 276 (avg 1.45)
Open Squares: 70, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 3, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 15
1
P
2
L
3
A
4
T
5
E
6
S
7
W
8
O
9
W
10
A
11
B
12
B
13
Y
14
R
E
V
I
V
E
15
I
R
E
16
M
I
R
E
17
O
N
E
M
A
N
18
N
A
T
19
I
O
N
A
L
20
D
A
R
M
S
T
21
A
D
T
22
S
N
A
I
L
23
A
Y
E
24
I
S
E
25
R
E
26
T
S
E
27
F
28
A
G
29
C
L
O
S
E
30
B
E
E
R
31
B
R
E
32
A
33
T
H
E
R
34
P
35
I
E
36
I
N
S
T
E
A
D
37
G
E
O
R
38
G
39
E
40
S
41
T
R
I
42
W
R
A
N
G
L
E
R
43
P
44
A
45
S
S
46
S
47
P
I
E
L
48
A
N
A
49
A
S
H
50
B
E
R
N
E
51
M
52
A
D
53
S
H
A
54
K
O
55
I
S
R
56
A
E
L
I
57
T
58
E
59
S
O
M
E
R
60
S
E
T
61
L
A
G
O
O
N
62
I
R
A
N
63
P
R
O
64
O
T
E
L
L
O
65
M
E
N
S
66
Y
E
N
67
E
Y
R
I
E
S
© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 843

Support XWord Info today

Access this site for a full year:

  1. Select your level
  2. Choose how to pay

Learn about support levels.

$50 — Angel

Full access + download

$20 — Regular User

Full access, limited Finder

$10 — Casual User

Students & seniors
Across
1. Household articles. : PLATES
7. Exclamation of excitement. : WOW
10. Girl's nickname. : ABBY
14. Bring back to Broadway. : REVIVE
15. Resentment. : IRE
16. Involve in difficulties. : MIRE
17. Devoted to an individual, as a ___ dog. : ONEMAN
18. Common to the whole country. : NATIONAL
20. City in Germany, capital of Hesse. : DARMSTADT
22. Slow mover. : SNAIL
23. Yes. : AYE
24. French river from the Alps to the Rhone. : ISERE
26. Initials of famous American-English poet. : TSE
27. Weary. : FAG
29. The precinct of a cathedral. : CLOSE
30. Rathskeller specialty. : BEER
31. A short respite. : BREATHER
34. Missile of Mack Sennett comedies. : PIE
36. In place of. : INSTEAD
37. M. Simenon, creator of Inspector Maigret. : GEORGES
41. Three: Prefix. : TRI
42. Tender of horses at the Rodeo. : WRANGLER
43. Football play. : PASS
46. Side-show barker's talk. : SPIEL
48. Mrs. Pauker of Rumania. : ANA
49. Hard wood. : ASH
50. Capital of Switzerland. : BERNE
51. Infatuated. : MAD
53. Military cap with a visor and plume. : SHAKO
55. Descendant of Jacob. : ISRAELITE
59. Mr. Maugham's middle name. : SOMERSET
61. Shallow lake on an atoll. : LAGOON
62. The country with the oil. : IRAN
63. In favor of. : PRO
64. Verdi opera. : OTELLO
65. Type of ware that haberdashery is. : MENS
66. Money in Kobe. : YEN
67. Eagles' nests. : EYRIES
Down
1. Goad. : PROD
2. Miss Horne. : LENA
3. Quantities indicating batters' skills. : AVERAGES
4. Man's nickname. : TIMMY
5. Enlarging gradually, as chimneys. : EVASE
6. Delivered. : SENT
7. Royal house of George VI. : WINDSOR
8. Holds forth on the platform. : ORATES
9. One in favor of 25 Down. : WET
10. Egyptian god. : AMON
11. Growing in pairs, as leaves. : BINATE
12. Brown and stew slowly. : BRAISE
13. Cheerer. : YELLER
19. Bay of Honshu Island. : ISE
21. Was not well. : AILED
25. The undoing of the Volstead Act. : REPEAL
27. Hoover's outfit. : FBI
28. Governor in Topeka. : ARN
29. Two-wheeled vehicle. : CHAISE
30. Patty ___, golf champion. : BERG
32. Lawyers: Abbr. : ATTS
33. What Alaska still is: Abbr. : TER
35. Part of an electrolyte. : ION
37. Famous first name in Hollywood. : GREER
38. Brilliantly colored flowers. : GLADIOLI
39. Even: Poet. : EEN
40. Senora: Abbr. : SRA
42. ___ Salem, North Carolina. : WINSTON
43. Here and there, as in a book. : PASSIM
44. Not aboard. : ASHORE
45. Medicine man. : SHAMAN
47. Prayer: French. : PRIERE
50. Polish general of World War II. : BOR
51. Full of substance. : MEATY
52. Author of innumerable boys' books. : ALGER
54. Understands: Scot. : KENS
56. Century plant. : ALOE
57. Narrated: Dial. : TOLE
58. Man's name. : ENOS
60. Member of G-2. : SPY

Answer summary: 15 debuted here and reused later, 1 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

Found bugs or have suggestions?

Crosswords published prior to Nov. 21, 1993 are provided by David Steinberg and The Pre-Shortzian Puzzle Project.

|