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New York Times, Tuesday, May 29, 1951

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.03, Missing: { J Q }, Scrabble score: 299 (avg 1.57)
Open Squares: 71, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 17
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 709
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1. Spanish surrealist. : DALI
5. Girls named after Miss Chase. : ILKAS
10. Grate. : RASP
14. Adam Smith's subject: Abbr. : ECON
15. Senator taking Vandenberg's place. : MOODY
16. Girl's nickname. : ETTA
17. In company with. : AMID
18. Prerequisite for joining the P. T. A. : PARENTHOOD
20. Turncoat. : RENEGADE
22. Good bridge cards. : TRUMPS
23. Where rings are worn. : EARS
24. Louise ___, heroine of the heart fund. : BAER
25. Learned man. : PUNDIT
28. Varnish sprayed on drawings. : FIXATIVE
32. Blackbird. : ANI
33. Dogma. : TENET
35. Fore-and-aft rigged sailing vessel. : SLOOP
36. Short space of time: Colloq. : TICK
38. Italian literary figure. : DANTE
40. Girl's nickname. : EDIE
41. Miss Waters. : ETHEL
43. Cake decorators. : ICERS
45. ___ de France. : ILE
46. Empower again. : REENABLE
48. Weapons carried by cavalrymen. : LANCES
50. Man's name. : OTIS
51. Celestial regions, in Old English. : SKIE
52. Weasel-like animal. : MARTEN
55. First two words of well-known spiritual. : SWINGLOW
59. A wandering from the norm. : ABERRATION
61. Operatic heroine. : AIDA
62. He founded Stoicism. : ZENO
63. Enter again in ship's diary. : RELOG
64. Feminine suffix. : TRIX
65. Eden's school. : ETON
66. Squeals. : YELPS
67. First word of counting-out rhyme. : EENY
1. First word of most letters. : DEAR
2. Highest point. : ACME
3. Cut of meat. : LOIN
4. Well! : INDEED
5. Gave. : IMPARTED
6. Encumbers. : LOADS
7. Persephone's other name. : KORE
8. He wrote "Fables in Slang." : ADE
9. Sentence structure. : SYNTAX
10. Jump again. : REHURTLE
11. Word in everyone's vocabulary. : ATOM
12. Traffic sign. : STOP
13. Shoulder shapers. : PADS
19. Corporation officer: Abbr. : TREAS
21. Manner of walk. : GAIT
24. Please: German. : BITTE
25. Walter ___, essayist and stylist. : PATER
26. Come together. : UNITE
27. Place for a statue. : NICHE
28. Receiver of stolen goods. : FENCE
29. What seaweed is. : IODIC
30. Summer dress goods. : VOILE
31. Fencing swords. : EPEES
34. Carpenter's equipment. : NAILS
37. Vacuum tube used in television. : KENOTRON
39. Mischievous spirits in German folklore. : ERLKINGS
42. Not now. : LATER
44. Pitcher for the Boston Braves. : SAIN
47. Consisting of two things. : BINARY
49. Cancel out. : NEGATE
51. Sweep down. : SWOOP
52. Labyrinth. : MAZE
53. Encourage. : ABET
54. City on the Truckee. : RENO
55. Part of a window. : SILL
56. Money in Leghorn. : LIRE
57. One-eyed Norse god. : ODIN
58. Shiny, as floors. : WAXY
60. Mark in quoits. : TEE

Answer summary: 5 unique to this puzzle, 12 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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