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New York Times, Tuesday, July 3, 1951

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.85, Missing: { J Q V X Z }, Scrabble score: 275 (avg 1.46)
Open Squares: 73, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 10
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 744
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1. He wrote "The Caine Mutiny." : WOUK
5. Treasurer of the U. S. : CLARK
10. Mrs. Roosevelt's first name. : ANNA
14. Other than. : ELSE
15. Snow leopard. : OUNCE
16. Ring out. : PEAL
17. Observed. : SEEN
18. Part of a church. : ALTAR
19. Refugee from Lhasa. : LAMA
20. Mexican corn cake. : TORTILLA
22. Overacts. : EMOTES
24. American Indians. : UTES
25. Part of French Indo-China. : ANAM
26. A method of gold mining. : PLACER
29. "My Fifty Years in ___," by Ed Barrow. : BASEBALL
33. Parts of the Panama Canal. : LOCKS
34. Agricultural tools. : FORKS
35. U. N. spokesman. : LIE
36. Fresh and breezy. : AIRY
37. Brass or pewter. : ALLOY
38. Charles ___ Gibson. : DANA
39. Three: Prefix. : TRI
40. Indian ___. : OCEAN
41. Administrative divisions: Greece. : DEMES
42. Diligent; persevering. : SEDULOUS
44. Quietude. : REPOSE
45. Make indistinct. : BLUR
46. Distant: Prefix. : TELE
47. Shinbones. : TIBIAS
50. Gun gadget. : SILENCER
54. Woodwind. : OBOE
55. Vast evergreen forests of subarctic lands. : TAIGA
57. That dumb Miss. : DORA
58. Man's nickname. : MILT
59. Small, isolated spot. : ISLET
60. Wield the blue pencil. : EDIT
61. Whirlpool. : EDDY
62. Tedious task. : CHORE
63. Unit of force, in physics. : DYNE
1. Part of the U. S. : WEST
2. Butter substitute. : OLEO
3. Utilizer. : USER
4. Frankfort is its capital. : KENTUCKY
5. Fueling ship. : COALER
6. Brief respites. : LULLS
7. Theatrical group. : ANTA
8. Radio group. : RCA
9. Russian premier overthrown by Lenin in 1917. : KERENSKY
10. Self-assurance. : APLOMB
11. Trim and tidy. : NEAT
12. Appellation. : NAME
13. Woe is me! : ALAS
21. Inhabitants of: Suffix. : ITES
23. Miss Murray and Miss West. : MAES
25. Composer Copland. : AARON
26. Land maps. : PLATS
27. The longest river in France. : LOIRE
28. Bitterly pungent. : ACRID
29. Weapons made of stones and cord, hurled by Gauchos. : BOLAS
30. Shrine in San Antonio. : ALAMO
31. Salesman's wares. : LINES
32. Apartment contract. : LEASE
34. Mrs. Gardner Cowles, of "Flair" fame. : FLEUR
37. Of the science of sound. : ACOUSTIC
38. Was contingent. : DEPENDED
40. Earthen jar. : OLLA
41. Omit: Printing. : DELE
43. Condition with respect to place. : UBIETY
44. Have reference to. : RELATE
46. Bob Cain, for instance. : TIGER
47. Large volume. : TOME
48. In the same place: Latin abbr. : IBID
49. Winner of the 1951 Preakness. : BOLD
50. Farm storage place. : SILO
51. Buffalo Bill. : CODY
52. ___ go brath. : ERIN
53. Degree of speed. : RATE
56. Cigarette end. : ASH

Answer summary: 10 debuted here and reused later, 3 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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