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New York Times, Tuesday, April 10, 1951

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 5.11, Missing: { J Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 303 (avg 1.60)
Open Squares: 81, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 2, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 18 Grid has both 90- and 180-degree symmetry.
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 660
Across Down
1. Parts of plays. : ACTS
5. Where Shakespeare's statue is, in Central Park. : MALL
9. Proposal. : OFFER
14. Black patch. : BLOT
15. Red Chinese port opposite Formosa. : AMOY
16. Desire strongly. : CRAVE
17. Meet with by chance: 2 wds. : RUNACROSS
19. Capital of French Indo-China. : HANOI
20. Vehicles of war. : AMTRACKS
21. Hawked; peddled. : VENDED
22. He wrote a well-known baby book. : SPOCK
23. Small Spanish gunboat. : BARCA
24. She played Rosalind. : HEPBURN
28. First word of Poe's "The Raven." : ONCE
31. Kansas' ex-Governor Landon. : ALF
34. Hummed, as bees. : DRONED
35. Where Reykjavik is: Abbr. : ICEL
36. Stupid one: Slang. : GOOF
38. Agreement. : UNITY
39. Dispose of. : SELL
40. Cupid. : AMOR
41. Fanny Brice's alter ego. : SNOOKS
43. Mr. ("Where's Charley?") Bolger. : RAY
44. Appraise. : RATE
45. Small barracudas. : SENNETS
47. Send back. : REMIT
49. Texas shrine, in San Antonio. : ALAMO
53. Bowls, as Rose, Sugar, etc. : STADIA
55. Its capital is Sofia. : BULGARIA
58. Tributary of the Rio Grande. : PECOS
59. People having faith. : BELIEVERS
60. Turkish flags. : ALEMS
61. Crown Prince of Norway. : OLAF
62. Arrow poison. : INEE
63. Pert: Slang. : SASSY
64. Kind of hit on the diamond. : BASE
65. Ill-bred fellows. : CADS
1. Canyon mouths, in the Southwest. : ABRAS
2. Cluster of trees. : CLUMP
3. The Lone Ranger's Indian friend. : TONTO
4. Laundry substance. : STARCH
5. Mr. Blitzstein, playwright. : MARC
6. Frenziedly. : AMOK
7. Failure to win. : LOSS
8. River in France and Belgium. : LYS
9. Yellow pigment. : OCHER
10. First name of former President Faure, of France. : FRANCOIS
11. Sally Rand's profession. : FANDANCER
12. Cry of exhilaration. : EVOE
13. Designer of the U. S. flag, 1818. : REID
18. Hardened. : CAKED
21. Trim pointed beard. : VANDYKE
23. Native of Brittany. : BRETON
25. Berlin is its capital. : PRUSSIA
26. French ambassador to U. S. : BONNET
27. ___ of South Africa. : UNION
29. That: French. : CELA
30. Girl's nickname. : ELLY
31. Culture medium made from seaweed. : AGAR
32. Broad-topped hill, in Arizona or New Mexico. : LOMA
33. Track events held at Madison Square Garden. : FOOTRACES
37. F. D. R. named four. : FREEDOMS
42. Where 24 Across shines. : STAGE
46. A language of Europe. : SLAVIC
48. Nickname for Marguerite LeHand, F. D. R.'s secretary. : MISSY
50. Boxing ring. : ARENA
51. Bogged down. : MIRED
52. Desert wells. : OASES
53. Vichy, Aix-les-Bains, Evian, etc. : SPAS
54. A tissue: Anat. : TELA
55. The eerie Mr. Lugosi. : BELA
56. Rubber trees. : ULAS
57. "___ with Father." : LIFE
59. Pitcher Lemon. : BOB

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 17 debuted here and reused later, 4 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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