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New York Times, Saturday, April 14, 1951

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 32, Avg Word Len: 4.95, Missing: { V }, Scrabble score: 330 (avg 1.71)
Open Squares: 73, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 3, XRef: 1, Spans: 6, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 14
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 664
Across
1. Turkish military commander. : PASHA
6. Mighty warrior of the Greeks before Troy. : AJAX
10. Good name for a dog. : SPOT
14. Dismay. : APPAL
15. Take it easy. : LOLL
16. Press; importune. : URGE
17. Jessamyn West's new novel. : THEWITCHDIGGERS
20. The voice of a clock. : TICK
21. One of the Hebrides islands. : IONA
22. Where caravans stop. : OASES
23. Disciple; adherent. : IST
24. Baghdad is its capital. : IRAQ
25. Trading center. : MART
26. Lloyd Douglas' best seller (with The). : ROBE
28. Indians. : UTES
30. Questions; doubts. : IFS
33. Greeting with a lei. : ALOHA
35. Loose earth. : DIRT
36. Slothful. : IDLE
37. Lack of systematic arrangement. : DISORGANIZATION
40. Bows. : ARCS
41. Sea animals. : ORCS
42. Carried on, as a battle. : WAGED
43. Mystery man of Red China. : MAO
44. The late Mr. Long. : HUEY
45. Language of the Buddhist scriptures. : PALI
46. Conspire. : PLOT
48. Nautical term for hailing. : AHOY
50. ___ Day at Yale. : TAP
53. Of bees. : APIAN
55. False god. : IDOL
56. Dining hall: Span. : SALA
57. He wrote "The Voice of Bugle Ann." : MACKINLAYKANTOR
60. Baby coach. : PRAM
61. Novel by Jane Austen, 1816. : EMMA
62. French river. : SAONE
63. Department store event. : SALE
64. Game fish. : BASS
65. Binge. : SPREE
Down
1. Famous soprano of the 19th century. : PATTI
2. Genus of plant lice. : APHIS
3. Pertaining to an instrument used to disperse light beams. : SPECTROSCOPICAL
4. Bird of prey. : HAWK
5. Oriental name. : ALI
6. Town in Blount Co., Tenn. : ALCOA
7. Our sixth President. : JOHNQUINCYADAMS
8. He's in "Guys and Dolls." : ALDA
9. 41. : XLI
10. Mr. Robinson. : SUGAR
11. John Mulholland, for instance. : PRESTIDIGITATOR
12. Fairy tale character. : OGRE
13. She of the D'Urbervilles. : TESS
18. Nonskid item. : TIRE
19. Gazelles of Tibet. : GOAS
24. Steel girder shaped like a letter. : IBAR
25. Fortress city in N. E. France. : METZ
27. Exclamations. : OHOS
29. Mr. Speaker. : TRIS
31. Oversize ice cube. : FLOE
32. Transmit. : SEND
33. William Dillard's role. : ADAM
34. Money in 36 Down. : LIRA
35. Challenge. : DARE
36. Sforza's country: Abbr. : ITAL
38. Affliction that attacks the big toe. : GOUT
39. Off. : AWAY
44. "___ soit qui mal y pense." : HONI
45. Our eleventh President. : POLK
47. One of Lily Pons' roles. : LAKME
49. Georgetown students. : HOYAS
51. Apart from others. : ALONE
52. Gay ___. : PAREE
53. Units of electric current: Abbr. : AMPS
54. Rubber city, also called Belém. : PARA
55. Girl's name. : ILMA
56. Fastener. : SNAP
58. Beak. : NEB
59. Sure-footed beast. : ASS

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 11 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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Crosswords published prior to Nov. 21, 1993 are provided by David Steinberg and The Pre-Shortzian Puzzle Project.

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