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New York Times, Monday, July 30, 1951

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.92, Missing: { J Q X }, Scrabble score: 275 (avg 1.47)
Open Squares: 62, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 2, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 9
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 771

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Students & seniors
Across
1. Estuary between Argentina and Uruguay. : PLATA
6. Israel's Ambassador in Washington. : EBAN
10. In dice throwing, to make a wager against the caster. : FADE
14. Symbols of New York, North Dakota and Iowa. : ROSES
15. Medea sailed away on this ship. : ARGO
16. Famous name at the Pentagon. : OMAR
17. Longears. : ASSES
18. Messrs. Koslo, Lopat, Roe. : SOUTHPAWS
20. A certain vote. : YEA
21. Where the Dionne Quintuplets live. : ONTARIO
23. Zuider ___. : ZEE
24. Lengthy discourse. : SCREED
26. Material for a detective story. : CLUES
28. Weekend guest. : VISITOR
30. Legislative assembly in Tokyo. : DIET
31. Sen. Johnston of South Carolina, and Rep. Teague of Texas. : OLINS
32. Bon voyage celebration. : SENDOFF
35. Boreas, for instance. : WIND
36. Point of an antler. : PRONG
38. Fit of sullenness. : POUT
40. Scrutatory. : ASEARCH
42. Seaport once in Italy, now in Yugoslavia. : FIUME
43. Former President of Chile. : RIOS
44. Popular ballet star. : SHEARER
46. Halloween disguises. : MASKS
48. Fixes in the mind. : LEARNS
49. Member of a college crew. : OAR
50. Least burdensome. : EASIEST
52. Beloved Dickens character. : TIM
55. Canada and New Zealand. : DOMINIONS
57. Language spoke in Teheran. : IRANI
59. ___ Scott, Negro slave in a famous case. : DRED
60. A long tale. : SAGA
61. On a great scale. : LARGE
62. Line of descent. : SIDE
63. Suppose: Archaic. : TROW
64. City north of Cologne. : ESSEN
Down
1. Offer a devout petition. : PRAY
2. Cease to have. : LOSE
3. Princip, Zangara, Collazo. : ASSASSINS
4. Starting point in certain games. : TEE
5. Divides into lots. : ASSORTS
6. Cleveland Indian player. : EASTER
7. Plain or clear, as a hint. : BROAD
8. Son of Jakeh, in the Bible. : AGUR
9. Perceiving. : NOTICING
10. Jack-a-dandy. : FOP
11. Dumfound. : AMAZE
12. Vice President under Coolidge. : DAWES
13. Gaelic. : ERSE
19. Sank a putt. : HOLED
22. An up-to-date person. : NEO
25. Ella of the comics. : CINDERS
27. Describing a never-never land. : UTOPIAN
28. Pledge of fidelity. : VOW
29. Hip bones. : ILIA
30. Squalid abode. : DEN
32. Soothing command to a horse. : SOH
33. On General Ridgway's shoulder. : FOURSTARS
34. Be hot under the collar. : FUME
36. Certain kind of writer. : PROSAIST
37. Government service to prevent smuggling: Abbr. : RCS
39. Tract of land: Abbr. : TER
41. Re-elected Senator from Vermont. : AIKEN
42. Abundantly productive. : FERTILE
44. Playground delight. : SEESAW
45. Holds for use. : HAS
46. Native of New Zealand. : MAORI
47. Set for battle. : ARMED
48. Bobby soxer speech. : LINGO
49. Race track specialties. : ODDS
51. Reach the heights. : SOAR
53. England's former Dean. : INGE
54. Air. : MIEN
56. Food fish. : IDE
58. Title of an Abyssinian prince. : RAS

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 7 debuted here and reused later, 4 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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