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New York Times, Friday, June 22, 1951

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.03, Missing: { F J Q V }, Scrabble score: 322 (avg 1.69)
Open Squares: 77, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 6, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 16
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 733

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Students & seniors
Across
1. First name in the field of animated pictures. : WALT
5. Looks amazed. : GAPES
10. Native village, in South Africa. : STAD
14. Hebrew lyre. : ASOR
15. Macaw or cockatoo. : ARARA
16. Cougar. : PUMA
17. Type of blond Casey waltzed with. : STRAWBERRY
19. Epochal. : ERAL
20. Levers for moving cars. : PINCHBARS
21. Marshal Pétain of France. : HENRI
22. To consume, as time. : KILL
23. Diplomacy. : TACT
24. Small one-seeded fruit. : ACHENE
27. Braggart: Slang. : BLOWHARD
31. Very cautious. : CHARY
32. Practical joke. : PRANK
33. Resident of an apiary. : BEE
34. Long periods of time. : EONS
35. "We sail the ocean blue and our ___ ship's a beauty." : SAUCY
36. Good-sized slice. : SLAB
37. Disencumber. : RID
38. Tributary of the Oise. : AISNE
39. ___ Bara, former movie vampire. : THEDA
40. Where Makoko, the great ape, lived and died. : BRONXZOO
42. Industrialist Henry J. : KAISER
43. Assumed part. : ROLE
44. Vitrifying chamber used in ceramics. : KILN
45. Tidal flood. : EAGRE
47. Pictorial photograph. : PHOTOGRAM
52. Tie score. : DRAW
53. New York City's jewelry trade center. : MAIDENLANE
54. Girl's name. : GINA
55. Place of sacrifice. : ALTAR
56. One of Adam's grandsons. : ENOS
57. Evenly divided between opposing sides, as ___ aces. : EASY
58. Classroom furniture. : DESKS
59. ___ Andrews, actor. : DANA
Down
1. Stinger. : WASP
2. Site of famous Italian vineyards. : ASTI
3. Forsaken; bereft. : LORN
4. Bloodhounds, for instance. : TRACKERS
5. Rapid unintelligent talk. : GABBLE
6. Pertaining to a region. : AREAL
7. Young salmon. : PARR
8. Goes astray. : ERRS
9. Second word of "The Star-Spangled Banner." : SAY
10. Fourth of July function. : SPEECH
11. Roundhouse equipment. : TURNTABLES
12. Swedish measures. : AMAR
13. Ultra-modernist painter. : DALI
18. Querulous. : WHINY
21. Bob of the radio. : HAWK
23. Samuel Weller's father. : TONY
24. Sharp and harsh. : ACERB
25. Hall-Johnson singers. : CHOIR
26. Music-makers of the big city. : HANDORGANS
27. Mr. Walter of the "Met." : BRUNO
28. What Cluny is famous for. : LACE
29. He wrote "Peg Woffington." : READE
30. Preclude. : DEBAR
32. El ___, Texas. : PASO
35. Magnitude. : SIZE
36. Roofed with thin slabs. : SHINGLED
38. Roller-skate part. : AXLE
39. Eagle's claw. : TALON
41. Where Stavanger is. : NORWAY
42. Raisers of fictitious stock market credit. : KITERS
44. Cousin of a Brownie. : KODAK
45. Part of a razor blade. : EDGE
46. Risë Stevens specialty. : ARIA
47. Beyond the ___. : PALE
48. Texas leaguers. : HITS
49. Genus of frogs. : RANA
50. Presently. : ANON
51. Tableland. : MESA
53. March hares are. : MAD

Answer summary: 6 unique to this puzzle, 10 debuted here and reused later, 1 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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