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New York Times, Tuesday, April 24, 1951

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 5.05, Missing: { F J K Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 269 (avg 1.44)
Open Squares: 69, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 8, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 10
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 674
Across Down
1. Winner of the Masters Tournament. : HOGAN
6. Native of a great peninsula. : ARAB
10. He painted "The Laughing Cavalier." : HALS
14. Of birds. : AVINE
15. Resort near Venice. : LIDO
16. Unsymmetrical. : ALOP
17. It measures intensity of radiant energy. : RADIOMETER
19. Leader in production of eggs, corn and oats. : IOWA
20. Superabundance. : PLETHORA
21. Veep between Curtis and Wallace. : GARNER
23. Budget item. : RENT
24. Symbol of tyranny. : HITLER
25. Silvery white metal important in steel-making. : COBALT
28. Island of The Netherland Indies. : BALI
29. Where Mount Hood is: Abbr. : ORE
30. Slow: Musical direction. : LENTO
33. Pays one's part. : ANTES
37. Discontinue. : CEASE
39. Greek undergrounders. : EAM
40. Prime Minister of India. : NEHRU
41. He was advised to speak for himself. : ALDEN
42. Monastery head. : ABBOT
44. Brazilian rubber tree. : ULE
45. Baron Munchausen. : LIAR
47. Licia Albanese, for instance. : SINGER
49. Handshakes. : CLASPS
51. Backgammon equipment. : DICE
52. The Red Cross needs it. : PLASMA
53. "Be ___": Boy Scouts motto. : PREPARED
57. Los Angeles pro footballers. : RAMS
58. Lily Pons, for instance. : COLORATURA
60. Goddesses of destruction. : ARAI
61. Stack. : HEAP
62. ___ Rapids, Iowa. : CEDAR
63. Nothing more than. : MERE
64. Man's name. : ERNO
65. Appointment to meet. : TRYST
1. One of the Marx brothers plays it. : HARP
2. Harvard Stadium. : OVAL
3. Late French writer of great renown. : GIDE
4. Her dance is part of the "Peer Gynt Suite." : ANITRA
5. Practice of ancient Greek ideals in modern life or art. : NEOHELLENISM
6. On the qui vive. : ALERT
7. "Rio ___." : RITA
8. His "fables" amused America. : ADE
9. Another example of 24 Across. : BORGIA
10. Narrow color striping, in textiles. : HAIRLINE
11. Unaccompanied. : ALONE
12. ___ house, as opposed to Senate. : LOWER
13. Coast Guard Reserve girl. : SPAR
18. ___ Cassino, famous abbey in Italy. : MONTE
22. Historic defense alliance of 1949. : ATLANTICPACT
24. A. E. C. project. : HBOMB
25. TV star. : COCA
26. Russian city on the Oka River. : OREL
27. Part of a necklace. : BEAD
31. Approaches. : NEARS
32. Label. : TAB
34. Cutthroat. : THUG
35. First name of a whodunit author. : ERLE
36. One who prosecutes. : SUER
38. Haile ___, Lion of Judah. : SELASSIE
43. Willow used in basketry. : OSIER
46. Parisian underworld member. : APACHE
48. More tasteful. : NEATER
49. Mrs. Luce. : CLARE
50. Truman's birthplace, in Missouri. : LAMAR
51. Red Sox outstanding rookie of '50. : DROPO
52. Princess Anne rides in one. : PRAM
53. Schuman ___. : PLAN
54. "Vagabond lover" of early radio days. : RUDY
55. Significant periods. : ERAS
56. Cupid's weapon. : DART
59. "___ the ramparts we watched . . . " : OER

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 9 debuted here and reused later, 5 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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