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New York Times, Tuesday, July 17, 1951

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 82, Blocks: 37, Avg Word Len: 4.59, Missing: { B F J Q U }, Scrabble score: 293 (avg 1.56)
Open Squares: 62, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 2, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 11
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 758
Across Down
1. Exclamation heard after a home run. : YOW
4. Well-known test. : ACID
8. Top man in the National League. : DODGER
14. Ordinal suffix. : ETH
15. Miss Freeman, actress. : MONA
16. Miss McElhone of TV. : ELOISE
17. Fixed salaries, usually too small. : STIPENDS
19. Low man in the National League. : PIRATE
20. Gateway of a Shinto temple. : TORII
21. General Ike's former command. : ETO
22. Science of directing the course of an aircraft: Abbr. : NAV
23. Assassinated. : SLEW
25. Stan Musial, for one. : CARD
27. Diminutive suffix. : ETTE
28. Old Testament prophet. : HOSEA
30. Former Red magazine (1926–1947). : NEWMASSES
33. Bedecks. : ADORNS
35. Turns to a radio program. : DIALS
36. Practice witchcraft on: Colloq. : HEX
37. Guy Gabrielson is its chairman. : GOP
39. Nothing. : NIL
40. ___ Paulo, Brazil. : SAO
43. Heard around Honolulu. : ALOHA
45. Venturesome persons. : DARERS
47. Fain, Zernial, etc. : ATHLETICS
51. Bronx Bombers. : YANKS
52. Mine: Spanish. : MIOS
53. Girl's name. : LENA
55. Spanish house. : CASA
56. Freudian subject. : EGO
57. A thing, in legal phrases. : RES
59. Sudden attack. : ONSET
61. Fenway athletes. : REDSOX
63. Subjects for DiSalle's department. : CONTROLS
66. Wrinkle. : CREASE
67. Movie-making basso. : EZIO
68. Gardner ___, cartoonist. : REA
69. Either of the first books of the Apocrypha. : ESDRAS
70. Become lachrymose. : WEEP
71. Mend clothes. : SEW
1. Answer to "my darling daughter." : YES
2. Ex-manager of 11 Down. : OTT
3. Robinson, Zarilla, etc. : WHITESOX
4. Abbreviation for two continents. : AMER
5. Resembling a volcanic peak. : CONIC
6. Chapman, for one. : INDIAN
7. Legal officers: Abbr. : DAS
8. Administrative district in France: Abbr. : DEPT
9. Hodgepodge. : OLIO
10. Beetle. : DOR
11. Contenders for National League pennant. : GIANTS
12. Home with broad acres. : ESTATE
13. Village officers, in Canada. : REEVES
18. Linda Christian's spouse. : POWER
21. Senator Johnson of Colorado. : EDWIN
23. Ruler in Teheran. : SHAH
24. Vein of metal. : LODE
26. McCosky, for one. : RED
27. Feminine suffix. : ESS
29. A point of view. : ANGLE
31. Almost nonexistent member of the household. : MAID
32. Mitigate. : ALLAY
34. Chimney residue. : SOOT
38. 1950's "Whiz Kids." : PHILS
40. Frequent nemesis of the Yanks. : SENATORS
41. Big boats. : ARKS
42. Mountain in Greece. : OSSA
43. Messrs. Jolson and Smith. : ALS
44. Twenty-point Canasta card. : ACE
46. Indianapolis contestant. : RACER
47. Punish by fine. : AMERCE
48. Baseball's Bengals. : TIGERS
49. Descriptive of Klansmen. : HOODED
50. Take a nap. : SNOOZE
54. Well-known tugboat captain. : ANNIE
57. Girl's name. : ROSA
58. Letters used for crossing out. : EXES
60. Traffic sign. : STOP
62. Patriotic group. : SAR
63. The Defense Mobilizer's initials. : CEW
64. Gypsy Rose. : LEE
65. Adage. : SAW

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 10 debuted here and reused later.

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