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New York Times, Thursday, March 15, 1951

Author: Robert Hegler
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 27, Avg Word Len: 5.50, Missing: { J Z }, Scrabble score: 303 (avg 1.53)
Open Squares: 94, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 2, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 19
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 634
Across Down
1. Premier of France. : QUEUILLE
9. Swimming star and former movie Tarzan. : CRABBE
15. North on the Hudson. : UPSTREAM
16. Descriptive of a baseball stratagem. : HITRUN
17. Their capital is Shillong. : ASSAMESE
18. Arabian chieftains. : EMEERS
19. Depot or terminal: Abbr. : STA
20. Olivia de Havilland. : ACTRESS
22. Alvin York's rank. : SGT
23. Former motion picture czar. : HAYS
25. Nazi greetings. : HEILS
26. Circus performer. : FLEA
27. Build. : ERECT
29. Political party: Abbr. : DEM
30. Seaboard. : COAST
31. Passage of music or song. : STRAIN
33. Pluto's palace. : DOGHOUSE
35. First name of great batsman. : TRIS
37. Right of membership in the Stock Exchange. : SEAT
38. Excuses. : PRETEXTS
42. Most mature. : RIPEST
46. Hobbled. : LAMED
47. Fruiting spike. : EAR
49. Portuguese colony in S. China. : MACAO
50. Affirm confidently. : AVER
51. Hauled. : HALED
53. Village. : DORP
54. Shooting-match: French. : TIR
55. Quarry for obtaining a certain rock. : LIMEPIT
57. Escape: Slang. : LAM
58. Bob Lemon, for instance. : TOSSER
60. Yankee Doodle with his feather. : MACARONI
62. Girl's name. : ELOISE
63. Anklebone. : ASTRAGAL
64. Successful pitch at horseshoes. : RINGER
65. Hollywood actress. : STANWYCK
1. Sets aside, as an indictment. : QUASHES
2. Parvenu. : UPSTART
3. One who attempts. : ESSAYER
4. Miss Hagen. : UTA
5. Marie Wilson's role. : IRMA
6. Hanger-on. : LEECH
7. Endured. : LASTED
8. Filed one's finger nails. : EMERIED
9. Larry Evans' game. : CHESS
10. Rolls around the edge, as of a golf cup. : RIMS
11. Put on the feedbag. : ATE
12. City in Poland, on the Oder. : BRESLAU
13. Actor Meredith. : BURGESS
14. Induct into office. : ENSTATE
21. St. ___ fire, electrical phenomenon. : ELMOS
24. Disperse. : SCATTER
26. Walking robber. : FOOTPAD
28. Weary. : TIRED
30. Israel's Weizmann. : CHAIM
32. No: Slang. : NIX
34. Adenauer's country: Abbr. : GER
36. Power for Fulton's "Clermont." : STEAM
38. Disk jockey's stock in trade. : PLATTER
39. Stuffed shells of thin noodle dough. : RAVIOLI
40. TV star. : EMERSON
41. Florida and West Indian fishes. : SALEMAS
43. A branch of biology. : ECOLOGY
44. Adirondack lake. : SARANAC
45. Nourishing beverage. : TOPMILK
48. Feast. : REPAST
51. Personnel manager. : HIRER
52. Judicial opinions. : DICTA
55. ___ majesté. : LESE
56. Mountain pool. : TARN
59. John Hancock: Abbr. : SIG
61. Inclement. : RAW

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 16 debuted here and reused later, 3 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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