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New York Times, Monday, October 8, 1951

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 33, Avg Word Len: 5.19, Missing: { K Q V X }, Scrabble score: 289 (avg 1.51)
Open Squares: 70, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 2, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 16
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 841
Across Down
1. Member of the State Department. : JESSUP
7. Import secretly. : SMUGGLE
14. Fruit of the buttercup. : ACHENE
15. Europe's newest king. : BAUDOUIN
16. Typewriter roller. : PLATEN
17. Haughty. : ARROGANT
18. Attention. : EAR
19. Concerning: Dial. : ANENT
21. Man's name meaning rich. : OTTO
22. Goulash, ragout, etc. : STEWS
24. Plug. : STOPPLE
27. Result of the war of nerves. : HYSTERIA
29. Lady of the house: Colloq. : MOM
32. Okinawa, for instance. : BASE
35. Always: Poet. : EER
36. Winter fodder. : SILAGE
38. Criminals usually have several. : ALIASES
40. Parchment rolls. : SCROLLS
41. Indicating the 118 lb. class in boxing. : BANTAM
42. Letter of the alphabet. : CEE
43. Greek goddess of earth. : GAEA
44. Compass point. : ENE
45. Miss Harlowe, Samuel Richardson's heroine. : CLARISSA
48. London's La Guardia Field. : CROYDON
50. Out of favor: Colloq. phrase. : INBAD
54. This holds linoleum down. : GLUE
56. Red Sox infielder who retired this season. : DOERR
58. Girl's name. : ONA
59. Member of the W. A. F. : AIRWOMAN
62. President of 11 Down. : ARBENZ
64. The Four ___. : FREEDOMS
65. Spenser's "Queene." : FAERIE
66. Attaches. : FASTENS
67. Dissertations presented for advanced degrees. : THESES
1. Comedian's quips. : JAPES
2. Brilliance. : ECLAT
3. Participate. : SHARE
4. Jelled. : SET
5. Perturbed. : UNEASY
6. Founder of Gov. Fine's state. : PENN
7. Humorous term for a tailor. : SARTOR
8. Wall: French. : MUR
9. Herb eaten by the Japanese. : UDO
10. 19th century Russian novelist and dramatist. : GOGOL
11. Central American republic. : GUATEMALA
12. Fluff. : LINT
13. Inner: Comb. form. : ENTO
15. Good-humored jesting. : BANTER
20. First name of author of "Crime in America." : ESTES
23. It was shipped to India after Congressional battle. : WHEAT
25. Twelfth sign of the zodiac, the Fishes. : PISCES
26. Holding of little value in poker. : PAIR
28. Decorous. : SEEMLY
30. Stare coquettishly. : OGLE
31. Land formation. : MESA
32. Mrs. Zaharias, golf star. : BABE
33. Mr. Mowbray, actor. : ALAN
34. Remunerative offices requiring little work. : SINECURES
37. Director of "South Pacific." : LOGAN
39. Port of entry in Maine. : SACO
40. River of the "Left Bank." : SEINE
42. Emulates Crosby. : CROONS
46. Contemporary macabre cartoonist. : ADDAMS
47. Uncomplimentary term of address. : SIRRAH
49. Dampen again. : REWET
51. Natives of Transvaal. : BOERS
52. Ethel Merman's famous role. : ANNIE
53. Bewilders. : DAZES
54. Hook for landing large fish. : GAFF
55. 100 centesimi. : LIRA
57. Float. : RAFT
60. Form of lyric poem. : ODE
61. Hoot ___! : MON
63. Insect. : BEE

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 15 debuted here and reused later, 5 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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