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New York Times, Thursday, May 24, 1951

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 33, Avg Word Len: 5.05, Missing: { B J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 281 (avg 1.46)
Open Squares: 72, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 3, XRef: 2, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 14
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 704
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1. Subject of Braden investigation. : CRIME
6. Behold: Latin. : ECCE
10. Menu item. : SLAW
14. The language of Homer. : IONIC
15. Girl's name meaning honor. : NORA
16. City in S. W. Colombia. : CALI
17. Officer who checks expenditures. : CONTROLLER
19. For both pros and amateurs. : OPEN
20. Greek letter. : ETA
21. Collective bargainers. : UNIONS
22. Former Japanese naval base in the Carolines. : TRUK
23. Soaks. : RETS
25. Anglo-Saxon slave. : ESNE
26. Let it stand. : STET
27. Echo was one. : OREAD
29. Denoting a purpose. : TELIC
31. The tang in cheese. : NIP
33. Horizontal. : LEVEL
35. Sarah Blanding's domain. : VASSAR
37. Slipped away. : ESCAPED
40. Captain's command. : COMPANY
41. Trifling ornament: Colloq. : DOODAD
42. One of the Marx brothers. : HARPO
43. Spa in Germany. : EMS
44. Fast car. : RACER
46. Forte of 54 Across. : SONGS
50. Homme d'___. : ETAT
52. Bauxite, cinnabar, etc. : ORES
54. Composer of "Ol' Man River." : KERN
55. Portland's spouse. : FRED
56. In India, servants or disciples, as Kim was to the wise man. : CHELAS
58. Murmuring sound. : COO
59. ___ of Man. : ISLE
60. Tennessee Williams' latest. : ROSETATTOO
62. Dickens heroine. : NELL
63. Goddess of discord. : ERIS
64. Overwhelm. : SWAMP
65. Portico. : STOA
66. Summers, on the Riviera. : ETES
67. Fond of the race track. : HORSY
1. His orations were a pre-college requisite. : CICERO
2. Member of the cheering section. : ROOTER
3. Existing from birth. : INNATE
4. With: German. : MIT
5. Pongee color. : ECRU
6. Kind of man the G. I. is. : ENLISTED
7. Rank of MacArthur's physician, Canada. : COLONEL
8. Open space of a battlement. : CRENEL
9. What little pitchers have. : EARS
10. Ex-Senator Lucas. : SCOTT
11. Mourned by the newspaper world. : LAPRENSA
12. U. S. A. 1200-mile archipelago. : ALEUTIAN
13. Twinkle. : WINK
18. United. : ONE
24. Dieter's delight. : SALAD
26. Rascals. : SCAMPS
28. Take leave. : DEPART
30. Man's name. : IVOR
32. Move with a lever. : PRY
34. The four Books of Wisdom: Hindu. : VEDA
36. Ghost. : SPOOK
37. Member of British Cabinet. : EDE
38. First name of author of "The Moon and Sixpence." : SOMERSET
39. Television attraction in March. : COSTELLO
40. Negligent. : CARELESS
42. Unorthodox opinion: French. : HERESIE
45. Group of warriors. : COHORT
47. Honey is made out of this. : NECTAR
48. Racing stable men. : GROOMS
49. Inclined to sly prowling. : SNOOPY
51. ___ Rogers St. John. : ADELA
53. Was in session. : SAT
55. Projecting ribs of a radiator. : FINS
56. Algonquin tribe. : CREE
57. Cummerbund. : SASH
61. Proverbially, this is 40 Across. : TWO

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 13 debuted here and reused later.

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