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New York Times, Wednesday, July 11, 1951

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 80, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 4.63, Missing: { J Q W X }, Scrabble score: 270 (avg 1.46)
Open Squares: 73, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 6, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 8
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 752
Across Down
1. Yogi Berra's disguise. : MASK
5. Small venomous snake. : ADDER
10. H. H. Munro's pseudonym. : SAKI
14. River in Irish Free State. : ERNE
15. Lift and throw. : HEAVE
16. In the middle of. : AMID
17. Follower of Ananias. : LIAR
18. Creator of Iris March. : ARLEN
19. Capital city of South America. : LIMA
20. Man. : BEING
22. Elizabeth ___, heroine of "Pride and Prejudice." : BENNET
24. Why some people leave town in August. : ALLERGY
26. Girls named after a Spanish saint. : TERESAS
30. Gambling game. : LOO
31. Wagner opera, based on Bulwer-Lytton romance. : RIENZI
32. Small shield. : ECU
35. Clown in "The Merchant of Venice." : GOBBO
39. Kind of whip. : KNOUT
40. Novel by Emile Zola. : NANA
42. Iron: Comb. form. : FERRO
44. Distinctive atmosphere. : AURA
45. River in northern France. : AISNE
47. Stool pigeons, in British mysteries. : NARKS
49. Territory: Abbr. : TER
50. Balance in one's favor. : CREDIT
52. British defense group. : RAF
54. Bullfighters on foot. : TOREROS
56. Kneecap. : PATELLA
60. Put in the post again. : REMAIL
62. Mrs. Irving Berlin. : ELLIN
63. Meadows. : LEAS
66. City on the Rhone. : ARLES
68. Product of Cluny. : LACE
69. Man's name. : ELMO
70. Twit. : TAUNT
71. Send forth. : EMIT
72. She wrote "Three Weeks." : GLYN
73. First two words of an anthem. : OHSAY
74. Pro ___. : RATA
1. Soprano remembered on the menu. : MELBA
2. He served Prospero. : ARIEL
3. Slow-paced individual. : SNAIL
4. Central part of anything. : KERNEL
5. Exclamation of discovery. : AHA
6. What Count Turf won. : DERBY
7. Mr. Carnegie. : DALE
8. Circumstance. : EVENT
9. Former President of Austria. : RENNER
10. Hero of "The Young Visitors," by Daisy Ashford. : SALTEENA
11. Friend. : AMI
12. Recent Kipling movie. : KIM
13. Gilbert and Sullivan's "Princess ___." : IDA
21. Sailors' drink. : GROG
23. Ben Hecht's "___ Dorn." : ERIK
25. Ninny. : GOOF
27. Muzzle. : SNOUT
28. Blue. : AZURE
29. Hindu guitar. : SITAR
32. Represent on the stage. : ENACT
33. King Farouk's capital. : CAIRO
34. Our: German. : UNSER
36. Mr. Franklin. : BEN
37. Lady's garment: Colloq. : BRA
38. Lord Boyd ___. : ORR
41. Eugenie ___, our Ambassador to Denmark. : ANDERSON
43. Soup ingredient. : OKRA
46. Country that has recently changed premiers. : EIRE
48. Surfeit. : SATE
51. Star of the kitchen garden. : TOMATO
53. Pitcher of three no-hit games. : FELLER
55. Miss Churchill. : SARAH
56. Full assemblies. : PLENA
57. Woolly-haired South American animal. : LLAMA
58. Permitted. : LICIT
59. Dutch news service. : ANETA
61. Son of Tros, founder of Troy. : ILUS
63. Part of a sailing race. : LEG
64. House addition. : ELL
65. Unhappy wife in "Kenilworth." : AMY
67. Farm enclosure. : STY

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 7 debuted here and reused later, 3 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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