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New York Times, Saturday, June 30, 1951

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 30, Avg Word Len: 5.13, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 291 (avg 1.49)
Open Squares: 75, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 7, XRef: 0, Spans: 6, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 13
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 741
Across Down
1. Male lead of G. W. T. W. : GABLE
6. Redolence. : ODOR
10. Time of Caesar's assassination. : IDES
14. Revoke legally. : ADEEM
15. Astrologer's stock in trade. : HOROSCOPE
17. "The biggest show on earth." : BARNUMANDBAILEY
19. Toward the center. : INTO
20. Peter the Cartoonist. : ARNO
21. Brazilian seaport city, on the Pará river. : BELEM
22. Correlative. : NOR
23. Tarry. : STAY
24. Law of Moses: Var. : TORA
25. At a loss. : ASEA
27. Ink stain. : BLOT
29. Agency that electrified farm areas. : REA
32. Country in Indo-China. : ANNAM
34. Snakeless land. : ERIN
35. Month of Jewish calendar. : ADAR
36. English prudery of the middle 1800's. : MIDVICTORIANISM
39. Japanese perfume receptacle. : INRO
40. Wild ox. : ANOA
41. Diarist who wrote in shorthand (1633–1703). : PEPYS
42. India's U. N. representative. : RAU
43. Horny bill. : BEAK
44. Orange or Cotton, for instance. : BOWL
45. Mr. Musial. : STAN
47. Henry ___. : FORD
49. Chester Bowles headed this. : OPA
52. Japanese immigrant in U. S. : ISSEI
54. Dog-headed ape sacred to the Egyptian god Thoth. : AANI
55. Last word of a prayer. : AMEN
56. Cannan. : THEPROMISEDLAND
59. Sunstroke, in medical parlance. : CALENTURE
60. Former diplomat ___ Straus. : OSCAR
61. Matter, in philosophy. : HYLE
62. Formerly. : ERST
63. Writer who was also doctor, whaler, athlete, spiritualist. : DOYLE
1. Jean ___, French actor. : GABIN
2. Scene of a Hersey novel. : ADANO
3. Nobel Prize winner in 1950. : BERTRANDRUSSELL
4. Gauzy fabric. : LENO
5. Flightless bird. : EMU
6. Maureen of Dublin. : OHARA
7. Riotous affairs formerly held in Ireland. : DONNYBROOKFAIRS
8. ___ naturae (natural sequence): Lat. : ORDO
9. Scott's hero, ___ Roy. : ROB
10. More frigid. : ICIER
11. Foreign dealings for monetary gain. : DOLLARDIPLOMACY
12. Fencing weapon. : EPEE
13. 435-mile river in the Ukraine. : SEYM
16. Wooden shoe. : SABOT
18. ___ Hari. : MATA
23. Approximately half. : SEMI
24. Girl's nickname. : TONI
26. Jimmy ___, pantomimist. : SAVO
28. Coin of Italy. : LIRA
30. Imaginary street of prosperity. : EASY
31. What Venus lacks. : ARMS
32. Prince of Afghanistan. : AMIR
33. Smallest of Columbus' vessels. : NINA
34. Volcano, 10,758 ft. high. : ETNA
35. Over again. : ANEW
37. Seaport in northern France. : CAEN
38. Footless animal. : APOD
43. Child, in Scotland. : BAIRN
44. Cheese made in France. : BRIE
46. Sitting Bull slept here. : TEPEE
48. Beginning. : ONSET
50. Of punishment. : PENAL
51. In cahoots with Benedict Arnold. : ANDRE
52. Restless hankering. : ITCH
53. The Deacon's one-horse vehicle. : SHAY
54. River forming north border of Manchuria. : AMUR
55. Likewise. : ALSO
57. Inhabitant of: Suffix. : OTE
58. Die used in making pipe. : DOD

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 10 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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