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New York Times, Thursday, June 7, 1951

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 32, Avg Word Len: 5.22, Missing: { F J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 293 (avg 1.52)
Open Squares: 79, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 0, XRef: 0, Spans: 2, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 14
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 718
Across
1. Famous aircraft carrier. : WASP
5. Silver salmon. : SMOLT
10. Hudson River delicacy. : SHAD
14. Genus of maple trees. : ACER
15. Grecian goddesses of the seasons. : HORAE
16. Footloose worker. : HOBO
17. Hoosier author. : THEODOREDREISER
20. Not out of this world. : TEMPORAL
21. New diamond star. : MANTLE
22. Animal stalked by another. : PREY
23. Indicate for decoration. : CITE
24. Sturgeon roe. : CAVIAR
27. Disliker. : DETESTER
31. Hot places. : OVENS
32. Contriver of signals. : CODER
33. Mohammedan name. : ALI
34. Large marine fish. : LING
35. Fountain drinks. : COLAS
36. College course: Abbr. : BIOL
37. Equal: Comb. form. : ISO
38. Appreciate discriminatingly. : SAVOR
39. Where the deer and the antelope play. : RANGE
40. Samuel Barber or David Diamond. : COMPOSER
42. Gave utterance to. : VENTED
43. Brown color. : RUST
44. Placed. : LAID
45. House and garden. : ESTATE
48. Advertised opportunities. : BARGAINS
52. Another Hoosier author. : BOOTHTARKINGTON
54. Tree trunk. : BOLE
55. Mint plant with pungent leaves. : THYME
56. Light shade. : ECRU
57. Bette or Betelgeuse. : STAR
58. Slaves of the Anglo-Saxons. : ESNES
59. Heavy rough woolen fabric. : SHAG
Down
1. He was inspired by a tea kettle. : WATT
2. Long for. : ACHE
3. Look to be. : SEEM
4. Bolstering. : PROPPING
5. Bolsterer. : SHORER
6. Eel valued as food. : MORAY
7. City between Moscow and Kharkov. : OREL
8. Barefoot boy. : LAD
9. Eaters of furniture. : TERMITES
10. Is unusually bright. : SHINES
11. Landlord of an inn. : HOST
12. He died before his brother. : ABEL
13. Mr. Schary of Hollywood. : DORE
18. Theodora and Dorothea. : DORAS
19. Diner. : EATER
23. Tree; then chest. : CEDAR
24. Baby's stomachache. : COLIC
25. Intelligence dispatch. : AVISO
26. Malice. : VENOM
27. Sadness. : DOLOR
28. Sully. : TAINT
29. Eulogy. : ELOGE
30. Irritated. : RILED
32. Desire without due regard to the rights of others. : COVET
35. Photographic film holder. : CASSETTE
36. First-aid items. : BANDAGES
38. Part of the U. S. : SOUTH
39. Edward VIII's was 326 days. : REIGN
41. Indulger in foolish talk. : PRATER
42. Undergoes change. : VARIES
44. Delibes' coloratura heroine. : LAKME
45. Recedes. : EBBS
46. Element of smog. : SOOT
47. Indian weight. : TOLA
48. Half of a Pennsylvania college. : BRYN
49. Uneasy or restless longing. : ITCH
50. Miss Bayes. : NORA
51. Comfortable. : SNUG
53. Exclamations. : AHS

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

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Crosswords published prior to Nov. 21, 1993 are provided by David Steinberg and The Pre-Shortzian Puzzle Project.

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