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New York Times, Saturday, April 28, 1951

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 5.11, Missing: { J Q X }, Scrabble score: 302 (avg 1.60)
Open Squares: 79, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Spans: 4, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 11
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 678
Across Down
1. Popular haircuts. : BOBS
5. Where both useful and useless things are put. : SHELF
10. Headgear. : CAPS
14. Pianist Templeton. : ALEC
15. Tumble-down dwelling. : HOVEL
16. Girl's name. : OPAL
17. Historical violinist. : NERO
18. Witless. : INANE
19. Hollywood's Miss Powers. : MALA
20. George III's problem. : CONTINENTALARMY
23. Playing card. : TREY
24. Nickname of a famous kite flyer. : BEN
25. Like better. : PREFER
28. Jerks. : TWITCHES
33. Stylish clothing on the ranch. : LEVIS
34. Interval between acts. : WAIT
35. Blood: Comb. form. : HEMO
36. Single entity. : UNIT
37. Reprove. : CHIDE
38. Mr. Roper of the polls. : ELMO
39. City in France, scene of many battles. : METZ
40. Showroom samples. : LINE
41. One bird to another. : TWEET
42. Not running or flowing. : STAGNANT
44. Hobo's home. : SHANTY
45. Spike of corn. : EAR
46. Louise ___, heroine of the Heart Fund. : BAER
47. One of baseball's immortals. : GEORGEHBABERUTH
55. 100 centesimi. : LIRA
56. Trygve Lie, for example. : NORSE
57. Receptacle worn at girdle by Japanese. : INRO
58. River flowing into the Caspian. : URAL
59. Bright and shining. : CLEAR
60. Thor's father. : ODIN
61. Take care of. : TEND
62. Gov. Long and Gov. Warren. : EARLS
63. A castle, in chess. : ROOK
1. Judge's bench. : BANC
2. Kitchen economy. : OLEO
3. Capital city in Europe. : BERN
4. Literary phenomenon. : SCOTTFITZGERALD
5. Golden minnow. : SHINER
6. Term of affection. : HONEY
7. Man of Cardiff. : EVAN
8. Forty days. : LENT
9. Trifling annoyance. : FLEABITE
10. Frequent villain in Western movies. : COMANCHEWARRIOR
11. Armadillo. : APAR
12. ___ Springs, California resort. : PALM
13. Destroy. : SLAY
21. Enrages. : IRES
22. Rent. : LET
25. Extra dividends, usually large. : PLUMS
26. Catch again. : RENET
27. Buenos Aires belle. : EVITA
28. 'Tisn't. : TAINT
29. Of great extent. : WIDE
30. First name of a great actress. : HELEN
31. Irish patriot (1778–1803). : EMMET
32. Smoggy. : SOOTY
34. Furze. : WHIN
37. Play by Booth Tarkington. : CLARENCE
41. One Quaker to another. : THEE
43. Pony. : NAG
44. Weapons. : SABERS
46. Fundamental. : BASAL
47. Fill to excess. : GLUT
48. Five-sixths of an island. : EIRE
49. Algerian port. : ORAN
50. Cry of warning: Var. : HOLA
51. ___ Rabbit. : BRER
52. Open. : UNDO
53. Wynken, Blynken and Nod, for instance. : TRIO
54. One taxi to another. : HONK

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 8 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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