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WHAT'S IN A NAME?

New York Times, Sunday, March 31, 1957

Author: Jules Arensberg
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 174, Blocks: 84, Avg Word Len: 5.11, Missing: { Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 673 (avg 1.51)
Open Squares: 118, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 13, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 19
Jules Arensberg has 95 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1957, The New York TimesNo. 2,833
Across Down
1. Mrs. Doud's grandson. : DAVID
6. ___ California. : BAJA
10. Biblical land. : SABA
14. Catty remark. : MEOW
18. What ___! : ALIFE
19. Signature on many poems. : ANON
20. Foyers. : ATRIA
22. Over-all. : ENTIRE
25. Author of "Richard Carvel." : WINSTONCHURCHILL
28. Purloined. : STOLEN
29. Depot: Abbr. : STA
30. Present day Eve. : ARDEN
31. Curtain material. : IRON
32. Territory of Europe. : SAAR
34. Jockey's concern: Abbr. : LBS
35. Antimacassar. : DOILY
37. Among which the Afton flows. : BRAES
39. Paper measures: Abbr. : RMS
40. Schubert song. : ADIEU
42. Channel swimmer. : EDERLE
44. Uninteresting job: Colloq. : GRIND
45. Bolivar or napoleon. : COIN
46. Be still! : PEACE
47. Droops. : LOLLS
48. Pirate shortstop. : GROAT
49. Baby shoe. : BOOTEE
51. A year in the future. : MMC
52. West Point. : ARMY
53. Grr. : GROWL
54. Thong. : LEASH
55. Visit, as a hotel. : STOPAT
58. Spanish aunt. : TIA
59. Doxology. : PAEAN
60. Excess. : WASTE
61. Ryukyu island. : OKINAWA
62. City 35 miles west of Knoxville. : HARRIMAN
64. Luggage. : BAGS
65. Barn appurtenances. : VANES
67. "___ Sylphides." : LES
68. Part of "to be": Lat. : ERAT
69. Philippine island. : CEBU
70. Catcher of cyclostomes. : EELER
71. Residuum. : REST
72. Ghastly. : ASHEN
75. Units of illumination. : FOOTCANDLES
78. Modern flattop. : LEYTE
79. Cuisinier. : CHEF
80. Baseballs: Slang. : PILLS
81. Schism. : RENT
82. Poetic pronoun. : THEE
84. Crushed bark of oak trees. : TAN
85. Peep show. : RAREE
86. Object of thought. : IDEA
87. Thoroughfare in Boston. : BROADWAY
91. Little Russia. : UKRAINE
93. Fanatical. : RABID
95. Successors. : HEIRS
96. ___ Tussaud. : MME
97. "___ Place." : PEYTON
98. Eyelashes. : CILIA
99. Supports. : HELPS
100. Desserts. : ICES
101. It precedes Sun. : SAT
102. Wore away. : ERODED
104. Aladdin's friend. : GENIE
105. Supine. : PRONE
106. Chair part. : SPLAT
108. Yorkshire-born theologian. : INGE
109. Allotment. : SHARE
110. Pianos. : GRANDS
111. First Emperor of Brazil, 1822–31. : PEDRO
112. Some or any. : ONE
113. Grimed. : SOOTY
114. Famous name in China. : SOONG
115. Sweep. : OAR
116. Clay cement. : LUTE
118. Sacred bull. : APIS
119. Timid. : FAINT
121. Curved piece in an arch. : RIB
124. Triples. : TRINES
126. Poet: "The Omnipresence of the Deity." : ROBERTMONTGOMERY
130. Withdraw from. : SECEDE
131. Glistered. : SHONE
132. Whether ___ (in any case). : ORNO
133. Not at all. : NEVER
134. British battle cruiser sunk by the Bismarck. : HOOD
135. Speechless. : MUTE
136. British protectorate. : ADEN
137. Scandinavian. : SWEDE
1. Corvine birds. : DAWS
2. Came down. : ALIT
3. Suburb of Valparaiso, Chile. : VINADELMAR
4. Conditions. : IFS
5. Minutiae. : DETAILS
6. Give and take. : BANDY
7. Noun suffix. : ANCE
8. He wrote "Rab and His Friends." : JOHNBROWN
9. Babylonian sky god. : ANU
10. Beatified. : SACRED
11. Peninsula of Greece. : ATHOS
12. Stick of a fan. : BRIN
13. Trouble. : AIL
14. Table: Span. : MESA
15. Besnare. : ENTRAP
16. Ear: Comb. form. : OTO
17. He wrote "Moral Philosophy." : WILLIAMPALEY
21. American League ballplayer. : ALSMITH
23. Character in "Rosmersholm." : REBECCAWEST
24. Follow. : ENSUE
26. Heraldic fillet. : ORLE
27. Laughing. : RIANT
33. Newspapermen's group: Abbr. : ASNE
36. French airport. : ORLY
38. Moroccan coin. : RIAL
39. Football Giant, ___ Grier. : ROOSEVELT
41. Evil spirit. : DEMON
42. Israeli port. : ELATH
43. Genoese admiral (1468–1560). : DORIA
44. Agonized sound. : GROAN
45. Paint over. : COAT
48. It happened in Chicago, 1871. : GREATFIRE
49. Mrs. H. S. T. : BESS
50. Geological ridge. : ESKER
53. Vasco da ___. : GAMA
54. Ernesto de ___, Panamanian President. : LAGUARDIA
56. Poet's word. : TIS
57. Liking. : TASTE
59. Bobbin for thread. : PIRN
60. Radio call letters. : WABC
61. It denotes Ensign. : ONESTRIPE
63. Great Barrier. : REEF
64. Parlays. : BETS
66. Quaff. : ALE
69. ___-Taylor, English composer (1875–1912). : COLERIDGE
70. County seat of Jackson County, Tex. : EDNA
71. Retiring Justice. : REED
72. Be refractory. : ACTUP
73. Famous Notre Dame footballer. : SHAKESPEARE
74. Oxford dean, composer, architect, etc. (1647–1710). : HENRYALDRICH
76. Spanish "bravo." : OLE
77. If ___ be. : NEED
78. Grasslands. : LEAS
80. Fabric. : PANNE
83. ___ de saison. : HORS
85. Dolores del ___. : RIO
86. Two words at bridge. : IBID
87. Misrepresent. : BELIE
88. Signature of English inventor of a rocket. : WMCONGREVE
89. Correct. : AMEND
90. Affirmatives. : YESES
92. Rose oil. : ATTAR
94. Nautical term. : ALEE
95. Pittsburgh Steeler. : HENRYFORD
98. Readers. : CONNERS
99. Kind of wave. : HEAT
100. Where Meshed is. : IRAN
103. Rumbullion. : RIOT
104. Role in "Hamlet." : GHOST
105. Atomic nuclei. : PROTONS
106. Patches. : SPOTS
107. Mike diSalle's city. : TOLEDO
109. Gathering of guests. : SOIREE
110. Tam-tam. : GONG
113. Without energy. : SPENT
114. Squelch. : SITON
117. Worn. : USED
118. Arabic name. : ABOU
120. Mrs. Lindbergh. : ANNE
122. Incensed. : IRED
123. Cow barn. : BYRE
125. Modernist. : NEO
127. German physicist. : OHM
128. Extinct bird. : MOA
129. Gull. : MEW

Answer summary: 11 unique to this puzzle, 8 debuted here and reused later, 4 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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