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New York Times, Saturday, April 7, 1951

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 30, Avg Word Len: 5.27, Missing: { X }, Scrabble score: 310 (avg 1.59)
Open Squares: 75, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 9, XRef: 0, Spans: 4, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 22
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 657
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1. Central Park ways. : PATHS
6. Trent didn't solve his last one. : CASE
10. Slightly open. : AJAR
14. City in Wisconsin. : ELROY
15. Quiet time. : LULL
16. ___ Montez. : LOLA
17. Quebec landmark. : PLAINSOFABRAHAM
20. Simpleton. : OAF
21. Playwright Ronald ___. : GOW
22. Streams, in England. : BOURNES
23. MacArthur's Chief of Staff. : ALMOND
26. A wagon: Poet. : WAIN
27. Phils' infield star. : GOLIAT
29. Non-original bid in bridge. : OVERCALL
33. Where the "Lost Chord" was found. : ORGAN
34. Stripped of nonessentials. : STARK
35. Mrs. Nussbaum's query. : NOO
36. Pair of horses. : TEAM
37. Is dressed in. : WEARS
38. Hamlet is in 5. : ACTS
39. Harold: Abbr. : HAR
40. ___ and the Pirates. : TERRY
41. Its capital is Canea. : CRETE
42. Condensed and held. : ADSORBED
44. Noted counter man. : GEIGER
45. Who: Latin. : QUIS
46. Noted Italian statesman. : SFORZA
48. Shield-shaped. : SCUTATE
51. Of age: Lat. abbr. : AET
52. Greek letter. : RHO
55. Cabinet member. : CHARLESFBRANNAN
58. Distinctive atmosphere. : AURA
59. Inner lane in a race. : RAIL
60. Sally, ___ and Mary. : IRENE
61. Snyder's investigators. : TMEN
62. Unfailing. : SURE
63. Balms. : NARDS
1. Pumpkin, squash, melon, etc. : PEPO
2. The late Nazimova. : ALLA
3. Where the lions guard Nelson. : TRAFALGARSQUARE
4. ___ polloi. : HOI
5. Notable Korean first name. : SYNGMAN
6. Madison Square performer. : CLOWN
7. ___ Wiedersehen. : AUF
8. Where the pitcher's toe goes. : SLAB
9. Nudgers. : ELBOWERS
10. He conquered Rome. : ALARIC
11. Aging citizen of Uvalde, Texas. : JOHNNANCEGARNER
12. Wings. : ALAE
13. Fordham men. : RAMS
18. New Yorkers breathe in much. : SOOT
19. Popular columnist. : RUARK
24. The fabulous O'Flaherty. : LIAM
25. People in second childhood. : DOTARDS
27. Almanach de ___. : GOTHA
28. Nymph. : OREAD
30. Change. : VARY
31. Recently retired singer, ___ Lehmann. : LOTTE
32. He pays up. : LOSER
34. Dry. : SERE
37. Dictionaries. : WEBSTERS
38. Sunset State: Abbr. : ARIZ
40. Kafka novel (with The). : TRIAL
41. Cocksure. : CERTAIN
43. Lasted longer. : OUTRAN
44. Traveler. : GOER
47. La Fontaine story. : FABLE
48. Scarecat's exclamation. : SCAT
49. Buddy. : CHUM
50. Birthright seller. : ESAU
53. Federal Judge Learned ___. : HAND
54. Singles. : ONES
56. Evergreen. : FIR
57. Gen. Johnson headed it. : NRA

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 19 debuted here and reused later, 9 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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