It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker. Please consider supporting our site by purchasing an account.
This web browser is not supported. Use Chrome, Edge, Safari, or Firefox for best results.

New York Times, Wednesday, March 28, 1951

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 37, Avg Word Len: 5.22, Missing: { J K Q U W X Z }, Scrabble score: 265 (avg 1.41)
Open Squares: 70, Cheaters: 10, FITB: 5, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 9
1
S
2
O
3
B
4
I
5
G
6
S
7
O
8
L
9
V
10
E
11
R
12
P
I
R
A
T
E
13
S
14
P
A
H
L
E
V
I
15
A
B
A
L
O
N
E
16
A
V
I
A
T
E
D
17
T
E
T
E
18
T
A
19
T
T
O
O
20
E
R
G
21
E
R
O
D
22
E
23
P
I
T
Y
24
C
R
E
E
25
S
I
R
26
L
27
O
O
N
Y
28
G
L
A
S
S
29
A
S
30
T
A
I
R
E
31
G
R
A
N
T
32
H
I
L
T
33
H
A
I
R
34
S
35
T
O
N
Y
36
D
O
L
L
A
37
R
38
S
39
S
T
E
L
E
40
P
E
T
A
L
41
E
C
42
A
43
H
O
L
E
44
S
L
A
B
45
S
46
O
L
A
R
47
O
M
A
48
C
H
A
L
E
49
T
50
F
A
L
L
51
L
A
M
52
P
O
O
N
53
D
R
54
A
F
T
E
E
55
E
T
O
I
L
E
S
56
S
A
T
E
E
N
S
57
M
A
N
N
E
R
58
P
E
R
S
E
© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 647

Support XWord Info today

Pay now and get access for a year.

1. Select account level
2. Choose how to pay
Across
1
Edna Ferber's Pulitzer Prize novel, 1925. : SOBIG
6
You. : SOLVER
12
Branch Rickey's men. : PIRATES
14
Shah who married a commoner. : PAHLEVI
15
Sea ear. : ABALONE
16
Toured the skyway. : AVIATED
17
Head: French. : TETE
18
"The Rose ___." : TATTOO
20
Work unit. : ERG
21
Eat away. : ERODE
23
Have compassion. : PITY
24
Indian of Manitoba. : CREE
25
___ Oliver Franks. : SIR
26
Pixilated. : LOONY
28
"Father" of the Federal Reserve System. : GLASS
29
Star of "Royal Wedding." : ASTAIRE
31
___ Wood, artist. : GRANT
32
Handle of a sword. : HILT
33
Recipient of much tonic. : HAIR
34
Obdurate. : STONY
36
Folding money. : DOLLARS
39
Pillarlike monument. : STELE
40
Part of a rose. : PETAL
41
William C. Foster's agency. : ECA
43
Part of a doughnut. : HOLE
44
Flat piece of marble. : SLAB
45
Proceeding from the sun. : SOLAR
47
Ezzard Charles' T. K. O. victim. : OMA
48
Abode in Switzerland. : CHALET
50
Figure in the Teapot Dome scandals, 1924. : FALL
51
Harvard's font of humor. : LAMPOON
53
Future soldier. : DRAFTEE
55
Stars: French. : ETOILES
56
Lining fabrics. : SATEENS
57
Fashion. : MANNER
58
Dark blue or purple. : PERSE
Down
1
Symbol of slavery. : SIBERIA
2
Clay, Webster, etc. : ORATORS
3
Made into bundles. : BALED
4
Former Japanese statesman. : ITO
5
Man: Humorous. : GENT
6
Famous London hostelry. : SAVOY
7
Governor Lausche's state. : OHIO
8
Bluestocking's degree, in arts. : LLA
9
Campaigner. : VETERAN
10
Symbol of height. : EVEREST
11
Corduroy has them. : RIDGES
12
Heads: Humorous. : PATES
13
New York City is the world's largest. : SEAPORT
14
Budge ___, Wimbledon tennis champion. : PATTY
19
Part of a comb. : TINE
22
She loved Lancelot. : ELAINE
24
Miss Bow of the silents. : CLARA
27
Smooth in manner. : OILY
28
Submits to persistent questioning. : GRILLS
30
Fulcrum for an oar. : THOLE
31
Mardi Gras, for instance. : GALA
33
Places favoring rapid growth. : HOTBEDS
34
Minute orifices in leaves. : STOMATA
35
Colossal figure of a man, used as a column. : TELAMON
36
Do business with. : DEAL
37
Connects. : RELATES
38
A kind of triangle. : SCALENE
39
Author Asch. : SHOLEM
40
Projects. : PLANS
42
French city on the Rhone. : ARLES
44
Farrier. : SHOER
46
Proposal of marriage. : OFFER
48
Nat "King" ___. : COLE
49
Pitfall. : TRAP
52
Flag staff on a golf course. : PIN
54
Took potluck. : ATE

Answer summary: 9 debuted here and reused later, 3 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.

|