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New York Times, Monday, June 18, 1951

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 35, Avg Word Len: 5.43, Missing: { B J X Z }, Scrabble score: 263 (avg 1.38)
Open Squares: 80, Cheaters: 8, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 14
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 729
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1. Burden of an old-time song. : SMILE
6. Washington, Madison, or Times. : SQUARE
12. MacArthur's physician. : CANADA
14. Window blinds. : SHUTTERS
16. Tail part of a jet. : RUDDER
17. Montana is the ___ State. : TREASURE
18. Canton in E. Switzerland. : URI
19. Fairly close by. : NEARISH
21. Girl's nickname. : NAN
22. Pike's in Colorado. : PEAK
24. Fragrant. : OLENT
25. Phenomenon of Chicago. : WIND
26. Miss Horne, actress and singer. : LENA
27. Peak in S. W. California. : LOWE
28. Wear away. : ERODE
29. Guarantors. : ENSURERS
31. Luxuriant. : DENSE
32. Nickname for a plump boy. : FATS
33. ___ Nez, French English Channel point. : GRIS
35. Feathery. : PLUMY
38. Caves. : GROTTOES
42. Princesses of India. : RANAS
43. Stuff. : CRAM
44. Overgrown. : LUSH
45. Green land. : ERIN
46. Member of the Hindu trinity, represented with many arms. : SHIVA
47. Girl's nickname. : ETTA
48. Major baseball league: Abbr. : NAT
49. Wealthy. : OPULENT
51. Something that pacifies. : SOP
52. Kindergarten finger-painters. : SMEARERS
54. Element occurring in sea water. : IODINE
56. Eisenhower's "Columbine." : AIRPLANE
57. Seaport in Morocco. : AGADIR
58. Natural fats. : ESTERS
59. Genus of the elands. : OREAS
1. Conscientious reluctance. : SCRUPLE
2. Miss Stapleton of "The Rose Tattoo." : MAUREEN
3. Cleveland's baseball team. : INDIANS
4. Arthur MacArthur, for instance. : LAD
5. British statesman. : EDEN
6. Hallowed place. : SHRINE
7. Search. : QUEST
8. J. Bracken Lee is its Governor. : UTAH
9. Siamese coins. : ATS
10. Festival in June. : REUNION
11. Jobs for messenger boys. : ERRANDS
13. Tiny area of a leaf. : AREOLET
14. Scatters. : STREWS
15. Signer for a telegram. : SENDEE
20. Then: French. : ALORS
23. Co-author of "The Man Who Came to Dinner." : KAUFMAN
25. What the Dusek brothers do. : WRESTLE
28. Wield a blue pencil. : EDIT
30. Violet and gamma. : RAYS
33. Serious. : GRAVE
34. Bucharest is its capital. : ROMANIA
35. Printing press: Spanish. : PRENSA
36. City in Wyoming. : LARAMIE
37. Joiners. : UNITERS
38. Young salmon. : GRILSE
39. Edge of home plate farthest from the batter. : OUTSIDE
40. Tallinn is its capital. : ESTONIA
41. Modelers. : SHAPERS
43. Butter beaters. : CHURNS
46. What a super carries. : SPEAR
49. A bearing: Heraldry. : ORLE
50. Wallace Irwin's Jap schoolboy. : TOGO
53. ___ to rent. : APT
55. Patriotic society. : DAR

Answer summary: 14 debuted here and reused later, 5 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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