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New York Times, Saturday, June 9, 1951

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 32, Avg Word Len: 4.95, Missing: { J K Q V Z }, Scrabble score: 272 (avg 1.41)
Open Squares: 73, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 7, XRef: 0, Spans: 6, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 8
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 720
Across
1. Shout aloud. : HOLLO
6. Ridgway has an extra one. : STAR
10. Move in a circle, as cattle. : MILL
14. Arctic or Indian. : OCEAN
15. Popular cartoonist. : ARNO
16. Celebes ox. : ANOA
17. He wrote "Winterset," "Elizabeth the Queen," etc. : MAXWELLANDERSON
20. New Haven reuners. : ELIS
21. Bone of the arm. : ULNA
22. Please: German. : BITTE
23. Algonquian Indian. : SAC
24. "The Seven ___ of Man." : AGES
25. He won heavyweight title from Primo Carnera. : BAER
26. Poetic eyes. : ORBS
28. Marshall ___. : PLAN
30. City on the Danube. : ULM
33. Radio's "Fibber." : MCGEE
35. Any false god. : BAAL
36. French friend. : AMIE
37. Creator of "Charlie Chan." : EARLDERRBIGGERS
40. Server. : TRAY
41. "Light-Horse Harry," and Francis Lightfoot. : LEES
42. Scottish writer, whose pseudonym was Saki. : MUNRO
43. Snake charmer's pet. : ASP
44. Mild expletive. : DARN
45. Trilby's claim to fame. : FEET
46. The tip of South America. : HORN
48. Sea swallow. : TERN
50. Yarn for the warp. : ABB
53. Miss Shearer, British ballerina. : MOIRA
55. Status quo ___ bellum. : ANTE
56. African lily plant. : ALOE
57. Lack of understanding. : INCOMPREHENSION
60. Mr. Laurel. : STAN
61. Silver coin in Acapulco. : PESO
62. French river, tributary of the Oise. : AISNE
63. How Odom flew. : SOLO
64. Back talk. : SASS
65. American general, defeater of Burgoyne, 1777. : GATES
Down
1. Concern of the F. H. A. : HOMES
2. City in central Florida. : OCALA
3. Describing Dr. Johnson's most famous work. : LEXICOGRAPHICAL
4. Statutes. : LAWS
5. Pronoun. : ONE
6. Room: French. : SALLE
7. Translucidness; diaphanousness. : TRANSPARENTNESS
8. O'Neill's "___ Christie." : ANNA
9. Gangster's gat. : ROD
10. Hammerstein's "Rose ___." : MARIE
11. Nathan Milstein or William Kapell. : INSTRUMENTALIST
12. Booty. : LOOT
13. Fixed route for ships. : LANE
18. Drags along. : LUGS
19. Israel's Ambassador to the U. S. : EBAN
24. Retired. : ABED
25. "South Pacific" song, "___ Ha'i." : BALI
27. Depend. : RELY
29. College workshops. : LABS
31. Commuter's line to N. Y. C. : LIRR
32. In the middle: Comb. form. : MESO
33. Diminutive of Margaret. : META
34. Parking problems. : CARS
35. "___ Rabbit." : BRER
36. Fit of shivering. : AGUE
38. Spirit. : ELAN
39. Federal operatives. : GMEN
44. Apothecaries' weight. : DRAM
45. At liberty. : FREE
47. Where the University of Maine is. : ORONO
49. Character of a people. : ETHOS
51. Famous name in Kentucky. : BOONE
52. Famous name in Czechoslovakia. : BENES
53. Mademoiselle. : MISS
54. Upon. : ONTO
55. Two-dimensional extent. : AREA
56. Land of strife. : ASIA
58. Letter writer's afterthought. : PPS
59. Henpeck. : NAG

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 7 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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