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New York Times, Monday, July 2, 1951

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.03, Missing: { F J Q U X Z }, Scrabble score: 275 (avg 1.44)
Open Squares: 77, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 7, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 12
PS notes: In 33-Down clue, the question mark in parentheses is as in the original.
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 743
Across Down
1. White Rhine wine. : HOCK
5. Lithuanians. : BALTS
10. Machete-like knife used by U. S. Army. : BOLO
14. River in Spain, flowing into Mediterranean. : EBRO
15. Huddled together. : AHEAP
16. Great lake east of the Caspian Sea. : ARAL
17. Piece used in chess. : ROOK
18. Vacation place for many New Yorkers. : LONGISLAND
20. Broom made of twigs. : BESOM
22. Members of a certain class at West Point. : YEARLINGS
23. Pittsburgh fog. : SMOG
25. Mr. Goossens, oboist. : LEON
26. Cliff McBride's lop-eared dog. : NAPOLEON
30. Asparagus shoots. : SPEARS
34. Zeta, ___, theta. : ETA
35. John Llewellyn. : LEWIS
37. City of the Krupp works. : ESSEN
38. Lawyers: Abbr. : ATTS
40. Disunite. : SEVER
42. Essays of ___. : ELIA
43. A people amalgamated with the Scots. : PICTS
45. Spanish gentleman. : SENOR
47. Blackbird. : ANI
48. Cooper Union is one. : SCHOOL
50. League the Giants play in. : NATIONAL
52. Plan of a play. : PLOT
54. Playwright—his first name is Moss. : HART
55. A very old game, ___ base. : PRISONERS
60. Cut with a toothed blade. : SAWED
63. Where television flourishes. : LIVINGROOM
65. Dictator defying Stalin. : TITO
66. Highly excited. : AGOG
67. Appearing as if gnawed. : EROSE
68. Geologic ridges. : OSAR
69. Tall story. : YARN
70. Speed ___. : DEMON
71. Depend. : RELY
1. Nickname for a former President. : HERB
2. Instrument with two reeds. : OBOE
3. Peevish person: Colloq. : CROSSPATCH
4. Airport city in Indiana. : KOKOMO
5. ___ masque. : BAL
6. Cry of a sailor. : AHOY
7. Smooth consonant. : LENE
8. Central Luzon native. : TAGAL
9. Feature of Brooklyn's skyline. : SPIRES
10. Island people of Indonesia. : BALINESE
11. Algerian seaport. : ORAN
12. Former Archbishop of Canterbury. : LANG
13. Big name in the steel industry. : OLDS
19. Hillside. : SLOPE
21. Gangster's girl. : MOLL
24. Letters. : GEES
26. Poles of vehicles drawn by two animals. : NEAPS
27. Likely place for antiques. : ATTIC
28. Is indebted to. : OWES
29. David ___, British movie star. : NIVEN
31. Lying obliquely. : ASLANTWISE
32. Queen: Spanish. : REINA
33. She hastened (?) to befriend Pinocchio. : SNAIL
36. Zambezi bridge site, in Mozambique. : SENA
39. Traffic regulator. : STOPSIGN
41. Noted sculptor of animals. : ROTH
44. Wise Athenian statesman. : SOLON
46. Narrow inlets. : RIAS
49. Yearned. : LONGED
51. Fourth of July speaker. : ORATOR
53. ___ Haute, Ind. : TERRE
55. Summer theatre offering. : PLAY
56. Russian-dominated gulf, between Latvia and Estonia. : RIGA
57. Man's name. : IVOR
58. Hotel specialty. : ROOM
59. Middling. : SOSO
61. And others: Abbr. : ETAL
62. Grand Bank fisherman's boat. : DORY
64. Hands. : MEN

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 11 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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