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New York Times, Saturday, July 14, 1951

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.85, Missing: { Q }, Scrabble score: 316 (avg 1.67)
Open Squares: 78, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 5, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 18
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 755
Across Down
1. The "dahling" of radio. : TALLULAH
9. Scandinavian arm of the sea. : FJORD
14. "Streetcar" director. : ELIAKAZAN
16. East Indian tree. : MAHUA
17. Apparently. : EVIDENTLY
18. J. Scott ___, "The Fat Man." : SMART
19. Jesse Donaldson's department. : MAIL
20. Small case. : ETUI
22. Scottish hill. : BRAE
23. Men named after the discoverer of Greenland. : ERICS
26. Pledges health in a toast. : SKOALS
28. Mr. Westrum of the Giants. : WES
31. Military building: Abbr. : ARS
32. ___ Nelson Bradley. : OMAR
33. Bring into harmony. : ATTUNE
35. Interprets incorrectly. : MISREADS
39. He played Gerard with Henry Morgan. : STANG
40. "A ___ in Calico." : GAL
41. The theatre, as opposed to the motion pictures: Slang. : LEGIT
42. Those who have risen above their qualifications. : PARVENUS
44. Ethelbert Nevin's well-known song (with "The"). : ROSARY
45. There are five in geological history. : ERAS
46. Prize-ring arbiter: Colloq. : REF
47. Mr. Stout. : REX
48. Negligent. : REMISS
51. Robbery. : THEFT
53. "The ___ that men do lives after them." : EVIL
54. Where Pearl Harbor is. : OAHU
56. Eye: Comb. form. : OPIA
60. He made a U. N. "Price of Peace" broadcast. : MALIK
62. Amounting to. : NUMBERING
65. "Bell" town in Italy. : ADANO
66. Emergency vehicle. : AMBULANCE
67. Hungarian silver coin. : PENGO
68. Former Representative from Alabama. : BANKHEAD
1. Rain cats and dogs. : TEEM
2. Thomas Edison's middle name. : ALVA
3. Fifty-three. : LIII
4. Dip with a utensil. : LADLE
5. Arthur Godfrey's music-maker. : UKE
6. Province or country, in Sweden. : LAN
7. Montezuma's people. : AZTECS
8. Ceases. : HALTS
9. Static-free radio sets. : FMS
10. Wild parties. : JAMBOREES
11. Author of "A Rage to Live." : OHARA
12. The R in R. F. D. : RURAL
13. Social engagements. : DATES
15. Their flower is the violet. : NYU
21. Doctrines. : ISMS
24. Joel McCrea's Texans. : RANGERS
25. Anger. : IRE
27. Jean Arthur's recent co-star. : KARLOFF
28. Insect once studied by Dr. Kinsey. : WASP
29. Miss Kett of the comics. : ETTA
30. Symbol on Gertrude Lawrence's dressing room door. : STAR
32. Word synonymous with Abadan. : OIL
34. First public showing of art works. : UNVEILING
35. They were honored on May 13. : MAS
36. Culture medium from seaweed. : AGAR
37. Extreme. : DIRE
38. River in which Achilles once took a bath. : STYX
40. Mr. Zernial, of the Athletics. : GUS
43. Nose: Comb. form. : NASO
44. Arikara Indian. : REE
46. Popular dance. : RHUMBA
48. Chart again. : REMAP
49. Escape. : EVADE
50. Opera center of Italy. : MILAN
51. Hitchhiker's stock in trade. : THUMB
52. The five books of Moses. : TORAH
55. Mme. Pauker. : ANA
57. Symbol of Maine. : PINE
58. Indian dominant in Peru before the Spanish conquest. : INCA
59. ___ in the wood. : AGED
61. Chinese Ambassador to U. S. : KOO
63. Bakery product. : BUN
64. Member of the B. P. O. E. : ELK

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 15 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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