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New York Times, Wednesday, December 12, 1951

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 5.11, Missing: { F J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 250 (avg 1.32)
Open Squares: 75, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 0, XRef: 2, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 8
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 906
Across Down
1. Central figure in church-state controversy. : CLARK
6. The whaler in "Moby Dick." : AHAB
10. Snare for bear. : TRAP
14. British-born poet, now an American citizen. : AUDEN
15. Game in which mallets are used. : POLO
16. A kind of blanket. : ROBE
17. Topic of 3 Down. : TRADE
18. View from Riverside Drive. : PALISADES
20. One-half of an academic year. : SEMESTER
22. Marshall's successor. : LOVETT
23. Pope wrote one on "Man." : ESSAY
24. Alma mater of 22 Across. : ELI
25. Breakfast dish. : OATMEAL
28. Schoolbook. : READER
32. Where Tuscaloosa is: Abbr. : ALA
33. Pontiac's group. : TRIBE
36. Monumental slab. : STELA
37. Destroys insidiously. : SAPS
39. Type of drum. : SNARE
41. Border on. : ABUT
42. Lets forth. : EMITS
44. Outdoor cooking device. : GRILL
46. Fresh-water fish. : IDE
47. A brown horse. : SORREL
49. Chose. : ELECTED
51. Indian U. S. is now paying. : UTE
52. Part of an opera. : SCENA
53. Nebraska river flowing into the Missouri south of Omaha. : PLATTE
56. Good-for-nothings. : WASTRELS
60. Commager is one. : HISTORIAN
62. Ancient Troy. : ILION
63. Arrow poison. : INEE
64. Girl's nickname. : ERMA
65. Blackmore's heroine. : LORNA
66. "Every inch a king." : LEAR
67. Lower house of Eire's Parliament. : DAIL
68. Perpendicular. : STEEP
1. Siamese, Manx, etc. : CATS
2. Decoy. : LURE
3. Economist Smith. : ADAM
4. Liberate. : REDEEM
5. Israel's Parliament. : KNESSET
6. Evoking sympathy. : APPEALING
7. Gray with age. : HOARY
8. The aggregate. : ALL
9. Apparatus for steam heating. : BOILER
10. Verdi's Violetta Valery. : TRAVIATA
11. Emulated Arcaro. : RODE
12. Be an accomplice. : ABET
13. Town that has been part of Hungary's capital since 1873. : PEST
19. Jobs for the shoemaker. : SOLES
21. Peter I, Nicholas II, etc. : TSARS
25. Stopovers for caravans. : OASES
26. Where Davy Crockett died. : ALAMO
27. Large animal of South America. : TAPIR
29. Item in red ink. : DEBIT
30. Be an artful dodger. : ELUDE
31. Gave an exam mark. : RATED
34. Measure, in music. : BAR
35. DeWitt Clinton's project, opened in 1825. : ERIECANAL
38. Drum majorette. : STRUTTER
40. They: French. : ELLES
43. Bout. : SETTO
45. Ingredients for a soup. : LENTILS
48. Gave a sly look. : LEERED
50. Place to buy a jalopy. : CARLOT
52. Hindu religious teacher. : SWAMI
53. Mr. Silvers of "Top Banana." : PHIL
54. Football team's "forward wall." : LINE
55. Puzzled. : ASEA
57. De Valera is its Premier. : EIRE
58. Standing apart. : LONE
59. Photo. : SNAP
61. Man's name meaning watcher. : IRA

Answer summary: 8 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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