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New York Times, Monday, April 30, 1951

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 33, Avg Word Len: 5.33, Missing: { J Q }, Scrabble score: 289 (avg 1.51)
Open Squares: 74, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 5, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 11
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 680

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Students & seniors
Across
1. Chairman of New York's Anti-Crime Commission. : BRADEN
7. What landlords mustn't do to tenants. : COERCE
13. Replace inner surfaces. : RELINE
14. Victoria de Los ___, Met's Cio-Cio-San. : ANGELES
16. Big Four program. : AGENDA
17. Charles of France. : DEGAULLE
19. Proceed with pep. : ZIP
20. Throw; scatter: Archaic. : STROW
22. Laws: Latin. : LEGES
23. Mischief makers. : IMPS
25. Golfer who made comeback. : HOGAN
27. Darn it! : DRAT
28. Sierra ___, in Africa, capital is Freetown. : LEONE
30. City leader. : MAYOR
32. Actress Gardner. : AVA
33. Original name of the Alaska Highway. : ALCAN
35. Winter apple. : RUSSET
37. Our Chief of Naval Operations. : SHERMAN
40. How to win a trick at bridge. : FINESSE
41. A corroding influence. : CANKER
42. Captain Alvin Dark, for instance. : GIANT
43. ___ Razmara, late of Iran. : ALI
44. Raises. : REARS
46. 2300-mile river to the Bering Sea. : YUKON
50. Minimum values. : LOWS
52. Footwear for wedding ushers. : SPATS
54. Read closely. : PORE
55. Deputy. : AGENT
57. Small picture in a larger one. : INSET
59. Nehru's U. N. delegate. : RAU
60. Sold to the public. : RETAILED
62. Pare off. : RESECT
64. Lillian ___, Wagnerian soprano (1859–1914). : NORDICA
65. Breathe out. : EXHALE
66. Capsized. : KEELED
67. Kitchen device. : STONER
Down
1. Coffee country. : BRAZIL
2. System of government. : REGIME
3. Syria's second city. : ALEPPO
4. Noise. : DIN
5. Terminals. : ENDS
6. Under: Poetic. : NEATH
7. Permanent British U. N. man. : CADOGAN
8. Sign for motorists. : ONEWAY
9. Oeuf. : EGG
10. Authentic. : REAL
11. Rolled thread into a ball. : CLUED
12. Coarse shoreline verdure. : EELGRASS
15. Tangled skeins. : SLEAVES
18. Condition in life. : ESTATE
21. Native of the Holy City. : ROMAN
24. Lewis Carroll's imaginary animal. : SNARK
26. Water wheel. : NORIA
29. Commentator Davis. : ELMER
31. Too liquid, as dough. : RUNNY
34. Worries. : CARES
36. Framed fight. : SETUP
37. Ladderlike. : SCALAR
38. Element like chlorine. : HALOGEN
39. Pacific atomic proving ground. : ENIWETOK
40. Hand weapons. : FISTS
42. Spencer Tracy's current role. : GRANDAD
45. For each. : APIECE
47. R. O. K. : KOREAN
48. Forecaster. : ORACLE
49. One of the genders in grammar. : NEUTER
51. Noose for catching a hare. : SNARE
53. Dries with age. : SERES
56. Bay of Fundy phenomenon. : TIDE
58. Sermon subject. : TEXT
61. "___ Abner." : LIL
63. Southern exclamation. : SHO

Answer summary: 11 debuted here and reused later, 7 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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