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New York Times, Tuesday, April 17, 1951

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 80, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.72, Missing: { Q Z }, Scrabble score: 304 (avg 1.61)
Open Squares: 64, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 1, XRef: 2, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 13
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 667
Across
1. Exclamations of triumph. : AHAS
5. Sugar bowl of the world. : CUBA
9. Member of Red Rolfe's ball team. : TIGER
14. She won an Oscar. : JUDY
15. Woeful cry. : ALAS
16. Girl's name. : ADELA
17. The 22d, limiting the Presidential term to 8 years. : AMENDMENT
19. Consternation. : PANIC
20. Deliver from danger. : RESCUE
21. Scottish Gaelic. : ERSE
23. Food fish. : IDE
24. Siouans now living in Oklahoma. : OTOS
26. Friends from Canberra. : AUSSIES
28. Very wet. : SOPPY
31. Secular member of a monastery. : OBLATE
33. Winglike parts. : ALAE
34. Beetle. : DOR
35. Violation of a contract or promise. : BREACH
39. Schnapps. : GIN
40. At long last. : FINALLY
42. Red China's bigwig. : MAO
43. Attendants at the "Green Pastures" fish fry. : ANGELS
45. Compete. : VIE
46. Broadcaster's necessity. : MIKE
47. Military subject of best seller by Desmond Young. : ROMMEL
49. Pilot Stengel of the Yanks. : CASEY
50. Where Dr. Gainza Paz found refuge. : URUGUAY
53. Remote. : AFAR
55. ___ Beta Kappa. : PHI
56. Inexperienced person. : TYRO
58. Where the Canadian Parliament sits. : OTTAWA
62. Burn the surface of. : SINGE
64. Number of states that ratified 17 Across. : THIRTYSIX
66. Place on the record. : ENTER
67. Connect. : LINK
68. Small stream. : RILL
69. There are 16 of them in the American and National Leagues. : TEAMS
70. Long periods of time. : EONS
71. Bargain hunter's delight. : SALE
Down
1. Out of harmony. : AJAR
2. Receiver of a famous letter. : HUME
3. Fruit drinks. : ADES
4. Elision of a sound from the middle of a word. : SYNCOPE
5. Gem carved in relief. : CAMEO
6. Rubber tree. : ULE
7. A thing that ruins or spoils. : BANE
8. Like the Milky Way. : ASTRAL
9. Work of art, woven by hand. : TAPESTRY
10. Wife of Banjo Eyes. : IDA
11. Demons or spirits. : GENII
12. Slur over, as a final vowel. : ELIDE
13. Jamaica doings. : RACES
18. Custom House levy. : DUTY
22. Liable to a legal process. : SUABLE
25. Without delay. : SOON
27. Examine. : SEE
28. Norse narrative. : SAGA
29. Senator Johnston of South Carolina. : OLIN
30. Sudden pain. : PANG
32. Member of Manager Southworth's ball team. : BRAVE
34. Sudden loss of courage. : DISMAY
36. Friends from Paree. : AMIS
37. Devil's food. : CAKE
38. Senator from North Carolina. : HOEY
40. Scoffers. : FLOUTERS
41. Movieland's Miss Lee. : LILA
44. Unit of work. : ERG
46. Sacrificers for a cause. : MARTYRS
48. California laurel. : MYRTLE
49. Famous suffragette (1859–1947). : CATT
50. Put out of normal condition. : UPSET
51. Cologne's river. : RHINE
52. Mountains in Utah. : UINTA
54. Divides into branches. : FORKS
57. It ratified 17 Across. : OHIO
59. Largest part of the Eastern Hemisphere. : ASIA
60. Mr. Rogers. : WILL
61. Part of an automobile. : AXLE
63. Any perfect or rare object. : GEM
65. Halfway house. : INN

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

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