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New York Times, Monday, April 9, 1951

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 35, Avg Word Len: 5.28, Missing: { F J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 273 (avg 1.44)
Open Squares: 74, Cheaters: 8, FITB: 4, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 14
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 659
Across Down
1. He says "Oyez! Oyez!" : CRIER
6. Baltimore baseball players. : ORIOLES
13. Senate's G. O. P. floor leader. : WHERRY
14. Czar of musicdom. : PETRILLO
16. Mountain gorge. : RAVINE
17. Site of Army Ordnance Proving Grounds. : ABERDEEN
18. Uneven, as if eaten away. : EROSE
19. Miss Bow or Miss Barton. : CLARA
20. High-test or regular. : GAS
21. Completely. : ALL
22. Goes swiftly: Colloq. : SCOOTS
24. Enjoy. : HAVE
25. Benjamin Franklin's flyer. : KITE
27. Migrant fruit picker. : OKIE
28. Stephen Vincent or William Rose. : BENET
29. Got away. : ESCAPED
31. Abbie an' ___ of the comics. : SLATS
32. The makings of perjury. : LIES
33. Dress shirt decoration. : STUD
34. Oodles. : SCADS
36. Evening parties. : SOIREES
39. Minute groove. : STRIA
40. Cogitate (with over). : MULL
41. He started with 6 Across in 1914. : RUTH
43. Take heed. : HEAR
44. Marks of excellence. : MERITS
46. Understand. : SEE
47. Hold by right. : OWN
48. Hidden store. : HOARD
49. Kind of abstinence. : TOTAL
51. Where atoms are split in Tennessee. : OAKRIDGE
53. Fire bomb used in Korea. : NAPALM
54. John W. Snyder's responsibility. : TREASURY
55. Parts of a jigsaw puzzle. : PIECES
56. Bundles of hay or straw. : TRUSSES
57. Genus of typical geese. : ANSER
1. Chan or McCarthy. : CHARLIE
2. Mutinies. : REVOLTS
3. Goddess of the rainbow. : IRIS
4. Sea birds. : ERNES
5. Ham on ___. : RYE
6. Milky and translucent, like a cat's-eye. : OPALOID
7. Allow as a discount. : REBATE
8. Roman roads. : ITERS
9. Odd: Scot. : ORRA
10. Movable cover. : LID
11. Superior in quality. : ELEGANT
12. Divides into filaments, as silk. : SLEAVES
13. Execute in vengeance. : WREAK
15. Beginning. : ONSET
19. Soda fountain specialties. : COKES
23. Long mantles worn over albs. : COPES
24. Double ___. : HEADER
26. Delicious dessert. : ECLAIR
28. Smudge. : BLUR
30. Opera set in Egypt. : AIDA
31. Long-legged marsh bird. : STILT
33. Three-dimensional. : SOLID
34. Star in "Harvey." : STEWART
35. Hurdy-gurdy player. : CRANKER
36. Popular vehicles of grandma's day. : SURREYS
37. Mr. Tilley of the "New Yorker." : EUSTACE
38. Filcher. : STEALER
39. Take the altitude of a heavenly body. : SHOOT
40. Scanty. : MEAGRE
42. Tillers. : HELMS
44. ___ operandi. : MODUS
45. Dye. : STAIN
48. Sound of escaping steam. : HISS
50. Opens: Poet. : OPES
52. U. N. delegate from India. : RAU
53. Manly Fleischmann's agency. : NPA

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 12 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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