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New York Times, Wednesday, May 23, 1951

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.03, Missing: { F J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 288 (avg 1.51)
Open Squares: 70, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 1, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 14
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 703
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1. Refused to support one's party. : BOLTED
7. The latest in submarines. : SNORKEL
14. Reluctant. : AVERSE
15. They wall off the Spanish peninsula. : PYRENEES
17. Editors do it. : REVISE
18. One way to order a dinner. : ALACARTE
19. Tricky: Slang. : SNIDE
20. V. I. P. : LION
21. Ceremony. : RITE
22. "The Perfect Fool." : EDWYNN
24. Joseph Short's White House assignment. : PRESS
25. Mr. Baruch. : BERNARD
28. Auction. : SALE
30. Flourish exceedingly. : RIOT
31. One of the orders on a firing range. : AIM
33. Popular German biographer. : LUDWIG
37. Prepare for effective use. : ARM
38. Goods in steady demand. : STAPLES
40. Golfer's hole-in-one. : ACE
41. Scarcity. : DEARTH
43. Speaker Rayburn. : SAM
44. Norse name. : SVEN
45. Player in hypothetical bridge game. : EAST
47. Ben Hogan's triumph at Augusta. : MASTERS
49. Describing a soda fountain specialty. : MALTY
52. Smoother. : EVENER
54. Agreeable scent. : ODOR
55. Stassen's title: Abbr. : PRES
56. Jansen, for instance. : GIANT
60. Samoset was one. : SAGAMORE
62. Fanning device used in India. : PUNKAH
63. The flag of France. : TRICOLOR
64. Greek from Argos. : ARGIVE
65. Donald Oenslager's forte. : SCENERY
66. Non-professionals. : LAYMEN
1. Browning automatics. : BARS
2. Part of a range. : OVEN
3. Noted Italian author. : LEVI
4. Britannia's emblem of sea mastery. : TRIDENT
5. Chariot of old times. : ESSEDA
6. River in Scotland. : DEE
7. Where Toledo is. : SPAIN
8. They have denier sizes. : NYLONS
9. African seaport. : ORAN
10. Kind of secretary: Abbr. : REC
11. Burred, like wood. : KNARRED
12. Spine-chilling. : EERIE
13. People behind the Iron Curtain. : LETTS
16. Discerns. : SEES
20. King Croesus' domain. : LYDIA
23. Violent angers. : WRATHS
24. Having a greater value than usual. : PLUS
25. Man's nickname. : BRAD
26. Republic since April 18, 1949. : EIRE
27. Einaudi's capital. : ROMA
29. Miguel of Mexico. : ALEMAN
32. Special policemen. : MPS
34. She's in the navy. : WAVE
35. Cooling device. : ICER
36. People: French. : GENS
38. Sojourn. : STAY
39. Ornamental fabrics with metal threads. : LAMES
42. Go back step by step. : RETRACE
44. Thin and long. : STRINGY
46. Weapon of a dictator. : TERROR
48. Champion tennis player. : SEGURA
49. Nearly: Colloq. : MOST
50. Months in Jewish calendar. : ADARS
51. The science of reasoning. : LOGIC
53. The Wilson's thrush. : VEERY
55. Native of Lwow. : POLE
57. Mr. Tamiroff of the movies. : AKIM
58. Center of a wheel. : NAVE
59. At that time. : THEN
61. ___ Wallgren, former Governor of Washington. : MON
62. Sidekick. : PAL

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 13 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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