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New York Times, Wednesday, May 9, 1951

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.03, Missing: { F J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 286 (avg 1.50)
Open Squares: 77, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 2, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 12
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 689
Across Down
1. King of Greece. : PAUL
5. A new drug. : ACTH
9. Roomy. : AMPLE
14. Contemporary cartoonist. : ARNO
15. Lake drained by Niagara River. : ERIE
16. Republic south of Turkey. : SYRIA
17. May 1 paraders. : REDS
18. Apparatuses for bombarding atoms. : CYCLOTRONS
20. Singleton lead at bridge, for instance. : SNEAK
22. Crime of treason. : ESPIONAGE
23. Bird that gets more worms. : EARLIER
25. Eva Perón's title: Abbr. : SRA
26. Maker of steam engines (1736–1819). : WATT
27. Mountain in China, sacred to Buddhists. : OMEI
29. Dunk. : SOP
32. Big event for a junior or senior. : PROMENADE
35. Sharp-witted. : ACUTE
37. Go by plane. : AERO
38. Copycats. : APERS
40. One of the chief seaports of Samoa. : APIA
41. Ravel's "La ___." : VALSE
43. Creator of the Joads. : STEINBECK
45. Ye olde dayes. : ELD
46. Vera Zorina's are talented. : TOES
48. Laugh loudly. : ROAR
49. Bounder. : CAD
50. Part of Fred Astaire's skill. : HEELTAP
53. Popular movie, one of Gary Cooper's best. : BEAUGESTE
58. Andean burden bearer. : LLAMA
59. Akron, Ohio. : RUBBERCITY
61. Stage direction. : EXIT
62. In the back. : AREAR
63. Before: Prefix. : ANTE
64. Network of nerves. : RETE
65. Middle: Law. : MESNE
66. Yields a return. : PAYS
67. Geological ridges. : OSAR
1. Solve grammatically. : PARSE
2. Rome's Colosseum. : ARENA
3. Realm spotlighted by Kefauver. : UNDERWORLD
4. Site of atomic project. : LOSALAMOS
5. Group supervising 4 Down. : AEC
6. Town's news shouter: Var. : CRYER
7. Twitches. : TICS
8. Befriend. : HELP
9. Part of Queens. : ASTORIA
10. Miss Loy. : MYRNA
11. Canoe of Malaysia. : PROA
12. Species of burbot. : LING
13. "The life of Reilly." : EASE
19. Tributary of the Seine. : OISE
21. Bird of prey. : KITE
24. It has a record of more than 120 eruptions. : ETNA
27. He wrote "The Country Girl." : ODETS
28. Pure and simple. : MERE
29. "Extras" for the upper-bracket group. : SUPERTAXES
30. Of the ear. : OTIC
31. Shasta is one. : PEAK
32. Steam rollers do. : PAVE
33. Not humbug. : REAL
34. Part of a church. : APSE
36. Spanish gentleman. : CABALLERO
39. King's title. : SIRE
42. Cabinet for bric-à-brac. : ETAGERE
44. First name of author of "Cavalcade." : NOEL
47. River flowing into the Baltic. : ODER
49. Kid Gavilan, for example. : CUBAN
50. Adam Bede's love. : HETTY
51. Japanese Buddhist god. : AMITA
52. Mater's mate. : PATER
53. ___ Stoker, author of "Dracula." : BRAM
54. Another tributary of the Seine. : EURE
55. Messrs. Burrows and Lyman. : ABES
56. Ridgway's new designation. : SCAP
57. Girl's nickname. : TINA
60. I do. : YES

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 10 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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