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WITH CLUES FROM THE NEWS

New York Times, Sunday, July 22, 1945

Author: Alberta N. Burton
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 172, Blocks: 81, Avg Word Len: 5.21, Missing: { J Q X }, Scrabble score: 655 (avg 1.46)
Open Squares: 148, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 7, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 66
Alberta N. Burton has 18 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
PS notes: Original 123-Across entry should have been SUZETTE, not SUSETTE; could not change this.
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© 1945, The New York TimesNo. 180
Across Down
1. Between Pfc. and Sgt. : CORP
5. European bone of contention. : POLAND
11. Jerries. : KRAUTS
17. Exiled king has returned to this capital. : OSLO
21. Vladivostok's province. : AMUR
22. Anointer: Archaic. : ANELER
23. Rivulet. : RUNLET
24. Opposite of van. : REAR
25. Capital of Okinawa. : NAHA
26. Consecrate. : DEVOTE
27. Grieg's dancer. : ANITRA
28. Producer of "The Miracle." : GEST
29. Scene of juncture of U. S. and Russian Armies. : TORGAU
31. Lin ___, author of "Vigil of a Nation." : YUTANG
33. Tradesmen. : MERCHANTS
35. Range between Europe and Asia. : URAL
37. Sailors' saint. : ELMO
38. Oil port island off N. E. coast of Borneo. : TARAKAN
39. River boundary of Tiergarten. : SPREE
42. Diminutive suffix. : ETTE
44. Without fee. : GRATIS
46. Bogs. : MIRES
50. A letter. : CEE
51. Bobby-soxers' Pied Piper. : SINATRA
54. Part of the intestine: Comb. form. : ILEO
55. Preoccupied. : ABSENT
56. Luzon Negritos. : ATAS
58. Extreme. : SORE
59. Plane maneuver. : DIVE
61. Contradicter. : REBUTTER
63. Herbert Hoover's home. : PALOALTO
65. Ravel's Spanish dance. : BOLERO
67. Ajaccio is its capital. : CORSICA
68. Defunct Gestapo chief. : HIMMLER
69. Condition of Wehrmacht. : KAPUT
70. Billet of wood. : SPRAG
72. 1/10 bushel in Japan. : RIN
73. Apparent ends of Saturn's rings. : ANSAE
74. Decrees. : EDICTS
76. Search thoroughly. : SCOUR
77. Largest man-made lake. : MEAD
78. Former Nazi Labor leader. : LEY
80. Short Book of Old Testament. : AMOS
81. Seeds. : PEAS
82. Roderick ___. : DHU
84. Little Java. : BALI
87. ___ De Valera. : EAMON
89. Magna ___. : CHARTA
91. Miss Winsor's heroine. : AMBER
95. Swiss canton. : URI
96. Light blue. : COPEN
97. Damages. : BLOTS
98. Sea between Europe and Asia. : MARMORA
100. Reconstruct. : REFRAME
102. Arctic and Antarctic. : OCEANS
104. Strait between Sweden and Jutland. : KATTEGAT
105. Free from specks. : MOTELESS
107. Wild buffalo of India: Var. : ARNI
108. Extent. : SIZE
109. Scratch, engrave. : RIST
110. Young fish. : ALEVIN
111. Bronze half-cent of India. : PICE
113. Pastels. : CRAYONS
116. Moray. : EEL
117. Of the nostrils. : NARIC
118. Nazi prison camp. : DACHAU
120. Related. : AKIN
121. German province in American zone. : HESSE
123. Crêpes ___, French pancakes. : SUSETTE
125. Obi. : SASH
127. Shortly. : SOON
129. New Mexico flagellant. : PENITENTE
132. Moles. : TALPAS
134. Ike. : DWIGHT
138. Adjutant General. : ULIO
139. Woman adviser to a statesman. : EGERIA
141. Kiln. : TILERY
143. Author of famous elegy, 1750. : GRAY
144. Prussian university city. : BONN
145. Jap envoy in Washington, Dec. 7, 1941. : KURUSU
146. Mammal. : ANIMAL
147. Apportion. : METE
148. East Indies sheep. : SNAS
149. Soap frame bars. : SESSES
150. Kindle. : IGNITE
151. Inspires with reverence. : AWES
1. Argot. : CANT
2. Hawaiian thrush. : OMAO
3. Where over 300,000 Nazis were trapped. : RUHR
4. Capital of Bohemia. : PRAGUE
5. City S. W. of Venice. : PADUA
6. United. : ONE
7. Tax. : LEVY
8. Canadian lark. : ALOUETTE
9. Heckler. : NETTLER
10. Vision. : DREAM
11. ___ Jorgensen rifle. : KRAG
12. Become a candidate. : RUN
13. Stimulate. : ANIMATE
14. Remote. : ULTERIOR
15. Volcanic tuff: Var. : TERRAS
16. U. S. General, accepted Goering's surrender. : STACK
17. Players on wind instruments. : ORGANISTS
18. Comprehended. : SEEN
19. Final. : LAST
20. Fragments. : ORTS
30. Mars. : ARES
32. Wooden block. : NOG
34. Von Ribbentrop was captured here. : HAMBURG
36. Designer of Versailles gardens (1613–1700). : LENOTRE
38. German dollar. : TALER
39. Elongated depression of ear. : SCAPHA
40. Enigma of France. : PETAIN
41. Kingdoms. : REALMS
43. Pacific diet item. : TARO
45. Fasten immovably. : RIVET
47. Withdraw. : RETIRE
48. Continued fever: Med. : ENECIA
49. Important London street. : STRAND
52. ___ of Man. : ISLE
53. Accepts. : ADOPTS
55. On a ship. : ABOARD
57. Hamitic warrior of E. Africa. : SOMALI
60. Son of Tros. : ILUS
62. Pale brown. : ECRU
64. Opposite of aweather. : ALEE
65. Designer of Lincoln Memorial. : BACON
66. Hollywood trophies. : OSCARS
69. Robe. : KIMONO
71. Etiquette expert. : POST
75. May Whitty. : DAME
76. Locates. : SEATS
77. Philadelphia merry-maker. : MUMMER
79. Petty officers. : YEOMEN
81. Of sound. : PHONIC
83. Famous star of early Westerns. : HART
84. Native of Rangoon. : BURMAN
85. Interstice. : AREOLA
86. Lever. : LIFTER
88. Simians. : APES
89. Social unit. : CLAN
90. Women who aided besieged Trojans. : AMAZONS
92. Bugbears. : BOGIES
93. Deletes. : ERASES
94. Disconcert. : RATTLE
96. Capital of Malabar, where calico originated. : CALICUT
97. Kentucky college. : BEREA
99. Sun's disk. : ATEN
101. Corrections. : REVISIONS
103. Hiding place. : CACHE
104. Yelp: Colloq. : KIYI
106. Splashes. : SPATTERS
108. Island off Siberia shelled by U. S. ships. : SAKHALIN
112. Genus of orioles. : ICTERUS
114. Grating. : RASPING
115. Circus. : SHOW
118. Breakbone fever. : DENGUE
119. God's country. : USA
122. Riddle. : ENIGMA
124. Searches for. : SEEKS
126. Mts. between Mongolia and Siberia. : ALTAI
128. Alleged force. : ODYLE
129. London taverns. : PUBS
130. City of Dan: Josh. xix, 43. : ELON
131. Historic caravel. : NINA
132. Greek letters. : TAUS
133. Half. : SEMI
135. Under-Secretary of State. : GREW
136. Potent cause of war. : HATE
137. Ropes to hoist yards: Naut. : TYES
140. Bay on Honshu Island. : ISE
142. Traitor. : RAT

Answer summary: 14 unique to this puzzle, 52 debuted here and reused later, 15 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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