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New York Times, Thursday, July 26, 1951

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 31, Avg Word Len: 5.39, Missing: { F J Q X }, Scrabble score: 293 (avg 1.51)
Open Squares: 74, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 1, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 15
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 767
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1. What the lady on Bedloe's Island holds in her left hand. : TABLET
7. They register on a seismograph. : SHOCKS
13. Set off by contrast. : RELIEVE
14. George Marshall's middle name. : CATLETT
16. Hero of an oriental tale. : ALADDIN
17. Status of all good Americans. : ANTIWAR
18. River in England, tributary of the Ouse. : CAM
19. Whites of eggs. : GLAIRS
21. Vision: Comb. form. : OPTO
22. Summon forth. : EVOKE
24. Urge forward. : IMPEL
26. Promise to pay. : IOU
27. Lie at anchor, as a ship. : RIDE
28. Matterhorn and Jungfrau. : ALPS
29. Turn away. : AVERT
31. He hypnotized Trilby. : SVENGALI
33. Harsh and metallic. : BRASSY
34. Where the shoebill flies. : NILE
35. Apiarist's specialty. : BEES
36. Early leaders in a race. : PACERS
39. Constraining influence. : PRESSURE
43. Eniwetok, for instance. : ATOLL
44. Night crawlers, for instance. : BAIT
45. Sweetsop. : ATES
46. Three subjects for schools. : RRR
47. One not easily excited. : STOIC
49. Invigorating. : CRISP
50. Electrified particles. : IONS
52. Commissioned officer promoted from a lower grade. : RANKER
54. Fifty-two. : LII
55. Sam Rayburn's role. : SPEAKER
57. Any remark about the weather, for instance. : BROMIDE
59. Queen Juliana's land. : HOLLAND
60. Trial sessions held periodically in England. : ASSIZES
61. Mental leanings. : SLANTS
62. Compared with a standard. : TESTED
1. Modern city in Israel. : TELAVIV
2. A way of preparing beef. : ALAMODE
3. Make an offer. : BID
4. Ridge of rocks. : LEDGE
5. Malevolent. : EVIL
6. In fortifications, an outwork in the main ditch. : TENAILLE
7. Steep sides of hills. : SCARPS
8. Former guild of merchants. : HANSE
9. Name in baseball's Hall of Fame. : OTT
10. Muse who presides over history. : CLIO
11. Rose O'Neill's claim to fame. : KEWPIES
12. Parts of motors. : STATORS
13. Contenders for the Grand Prix. : RACERS
15. Resembling a certain fish. : TROUTY
20. A body of Kaffir soldiers. : IMPI
23. Place for Pluto. : KENNEL
25. Roman household gods. : LARES
28. Indian mulberries. : AALS
30. 1,370 girls. : VASSAR
32. Students at Smith. : GIRLS
33. Mangel-wurzel. : BEET
35. Unwelcome missile. : BRICKBAT
36. A church and its field of activity. : PARISH
37. She cuts the thread of life. : ATROPOS
38. Great name of the stage. : CORNELL
39. Render uneasy. : PAIN
40. Make profitable. : UTILIZE
41. Dwelt. : RESIDED
42. Discovers unexpectedly. : ESPIES
44. The stage. : BOARDS
48. E. C. Bentley's popular detective. : TRENT
49. Charing ___. : CROSS
51. Dining hall: Spanish. : SALA
53. Celtic language. : ERSE
56. Senator Carlson's state: Abbr. : KAN
58. With: German. : MIT

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 14 debuted here and reused later, 3 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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