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New York Times, Monday, July 16, 1951

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.16, Missing: { J K W X Z }, Scrabble score: 258 (avg 1.35)
Open Squares: 81, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 6, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 11
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 757
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1. Baseball's Hall of ___, at Cooperstown, N. Y. : FAME
5. Seaport in Maine. : BATH
9. Speedy enemy vessel: Brit. : EBOAT
14. "Queen of the Night," for instance. : ARIA
15. "Waitin' for the Robert ___." : ELEE
16. System under which immigrants enter U. S. : QUOTA
17. Pride, covetousness, etc. : SINS
18. Mrs. Bob Topping. : LANATURNER
20. Lone Ranger's Indian friend. : TONTO
22. Senators Capehart and Jenner. : INDIANANS
23. Backs of boats. : STERNS
25. Allows. : LETS
26. Six, at dice. : SICE
27. Beach resort near Venice. : LIDO
28. British Home Secretary. : EDE
31. F. B. I. agents. : HOOVERMEN
34. Cellulose fabric. : RAYON
36. Chip for the pot. : ANTE
37. He wrote "Western Star." : BENET
39. Time of difficulty. : NEED
40. Goggle. : STARE
42. Abbott, Mann, Lewis, etc. : DIRECTORS
44. Term of endearment. : HON
45. Distress. : PAIN
47. The "United States," for instance. : SHIP
48. City in Ohio. : LIMA
49. Slender candles. : TAPERS
52. F. D. R.'s constant companion. : CIGARETTE
57. Title of Sarawak queen. : RANEE
58. Senators Morse and Cordon. : OREGONIANS
60. When Constitution Day comes: Abbr. : SEPT
61. He painted "Olympia." : MANET
62. Book by Melville. : OMOO
63. Allowance for waste. : TRET
64. Habituate. : ENURE
65. Headland. : NESS
66. Trygve Lie's home town. : OSLO
1. Gandhi's political protests. : FASTS
2. In a tumult. : ARIOT
3. Harold Stassen, for instance. : MINNESOTAN
4. It connects New York Bay with Long Island Sound. : EASTRIVER
5. Barbara ___ Geddes. : BEL
6. Jai ___, Spanish game. : ALAI
7. Senator Kefauver's state: Abbr. : TENN
8. Star with top billing. : HEADLINER
9. Latitude zero. : EQUATOR
10. Gracie's George. : BURNS
11. Mrs. Charlie Chaplin. : OONA
12. Egyptian symbol. : ATEN
13. Dick Deadeye's pals. : TARS
19. "Fit to be ___." : TIED
21. First word of "The Raven." : ONCE
24. One of Tito's people. : SERB
27. Bolshevik hero. : LENIN
28. Startling pieces of news. : EYEOPENERS
29. He's one ahead of the thinker. : DOER
30. Remnants. : ENDS
31. Housewife's leger-de-main. : HASH
32. Upon. : ONTO
33. U. N. function. : MEDIATION
35. Appetizer course of smoked meat, fish, etc. : ANTIPASTO
38. 150 questions, posed by Selective Service for college qualification. : TEST
41. Native of northwest Greece. : EPIROTE
43. Scorch. : CHAR
46. ___ corner. : AMEN
48. Brewery output. : LAGER
50. Drive back. : REPEL
51. Walcott vs. Charles, for instance. : SETTO
52. Verb said twice to express impatience. : COME
53. Hussein Makki's land. : IRAN
54. Knee: Lat. : GENU
55. Emulate Petruchio. : TAME
56. Slugger Slaughter. : ENOS
59. Three dots, three dashes, three dots. : SOS

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 10 debuted here and reused later, 3 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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