It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker. Please consider supporting our site by purchasing an account.

New York Times, Tuesday, May 15, 1951

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 33, Avg Word Len: 5.33, Missing: { F J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 272 (avg 1.42)
Open Squares: 76, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 2, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 20
1
P
2
R
3
A
4
G
5
U
6
E
7
M
8
C
9
C
10
A
11
B
12
E
13
R
E
M
O
T
E
14
O
R
I
G
I
N
15
A
16
L
17
E
V
E
N
E
R
18
T
I
D
E
R
A
C
E
19
N
I
N
E
20
I
21
S
I
S
22
E
D
M
A
N
23
S
E
T
24
B
E
A
V
E
25
R
26
S
O
D
A
27
A
W
A
28
K
E
29
M
E
S
A
30
S
31
R
E
P
32
A
R
33
R
A
S
34
B
I
35
R
E
M
E
36
D
37
A
N
T
O
N
38
P
A
R
O
D
Y
39
D
E
P
T
H
S
40
G
E
T
U
P
41
U
S
P
42
A
I
43
S
L
E
44
P
E
45
D
46
A
47
L
48
M
A
L
49
T
50
E
V
E
R
51
T
S
52
U
R
I
53
O
P
E
R
54
A
55
E
A
S
E
56
O
S
L
O
57
N
I
P
A
P
58
A
L
M
59
A
60
U
S
T
I
N
61
T
O
I
L
E
T
T
E
62
E
L
A
I
N
E
63
E
A
S
T
E
D
64
D
A
R
N
E
L
© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 695
Across
1. Where Gottwald is Premier. : PRAGUE
7. Former Federal Reserve chief. : MCCABE
13. Far away. : REMOTE
14. Novel. : ORIGINAL
17. Steadier. : EVENER
18. Strong current. : TIDERACE
19. Number of Muses. : NINE
20. Egyptian goddess. : ISIS
22. Columbia professor, author of "Philosopher's Quest." : EDMAN
23. Fix the alarm hour. : SET
24. Broadtailed dam builder. : BEAVER
26. Product of a fountain. : SODA
27. Not in dreamland. : AWAKE
29. Range-country plateaus. : MESAS
31. Sometime companion of Sen. : REP
32. Tapestry. : ARRAS
34. Two-banked galley of ancient Rome. : BIREME
36. Guillotined French Revolutionist. : DANTON
38. Burlesque. : PARODY
39. The sounding sea. : DEPTHS
40. Strange costume. : GETUP
41. Druggist's pharmacopeia guide: Abbr. : USP
42. Theatre lane. : AISLE
44. Bike treadle. : PEDAL
48. Source of beer. : MALT
50. Turns inside out. : EVERTS
52. Swiss canton. : URI
53. Bing's forte. : OPERA
55. Facility. : EASE
56. King Haakon's capital. : OSLO
57. Tropical tree yielding thatch leaves. : NIPAPALM
59. U. S. voice in U. N. : AUSTIN
61. Personal grooming. : TOILETTE
62. Last Mrs. John Barrymore. : ELAINE
63. Sailed away from the sun. : EASTED
64. Weed in grainfields. : DARNEL
Down
1. Dr. Gainza Paz's paper. : PRENSA
2. Critic's copy. : REVIEW
3. Catkins. : AMENTA
4. Departed. : GONE
5. Western Indian. : UTE
6. Hackle-raising. : EERIE
7. Moving impulses. : MOTIVES
8. Cabinet troubles in various countries. : CRISES
9. Criminal division, Scotland Yard. : CID
10. Askew. : AGEE
11. Heavier-than-air fliers. : BIRDS
12. Bewitched. : ENAMORED
15. West Point. : ACADEMY
16. Delaware Indian. : LENAPE
21. The rain tree. : SAMAN
24. Gun named for Frau Krupp. : BERTHA
25. Seaport of French Morocco. : RABAT
28. German philosopher. : KANT
30. Pancake makeup. : SIRUPS
33. ___ the Riveter. : ROSIE
35. Cowboy's equipment. : ROPE
36. Tammany Hall sachem. : DESAPIO
37. All-American dessert. : APPLEPIE
38. Members of the House of Lords. : PEERS
39. Television tycoon. : DUMONT
40. Flashed. : GLEAMED
43. Sylphlike. : SVELTE
45. William Farnum's brother. : DUSTIN
46. Actress Judge. : ARLINE
47. Mr. Barrymore. : LIONEL
49. "The flowers that bloom in the spring, ___." : TRALA
51. Snacked at five. : TEAED
54. Zoo dwellers. : APES
56. Glacial ridges. : OSAR
58. Criminal lawyer: Abbr. : ATT
60. Diminutive suffix. : ULA

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 19 debuted here and reused later, 5 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

Found bugs or have suggestions?

Crosswords published prior to Nov. 21, 1993 are provided by David Steinberg and The Pre-Shortzian Puzzle Project.

|