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New York Times, Friday, July 6, 1951

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.31, Missing: { F J K Q Y Z }, Scrabble score: 267 (avg 1.40)
Open Squares: 74, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 7, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 12
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 747
Across Down
1. The "Constitution," for instance. : SHIP
5. Fragrance. : AROMA
10. Boxing program. : CARD
14. Sound of feline felicity. : PURR
15. Angled for morays. : EELED
16. Awry. : AGEE
17. Novel by Sinclair Lewis. : ARROWSMITH
19. Long river in Siberia. : LENA
20. Like a stone. : LITHOID
21. Inventor of the electric pen, ancestor of the mimeograph. : EDISON
23. Gelett Burgess creations. : GOOPS
24. The Sheik. : ARAB
25. Musial, of St. Louis. : STAN
27. Warbling Romeo. : SERENADER
32. Hamburger dressing. : CATSUP
35. Bolshevik. : LENINITE
36. Oriental name. : ALI
37. Cardinal Spellman, for instance. : PRELATE
39. "That not impossible ___." : SHE
40. The legal profession. : LONGROBE
42. Political line-ups. : SLATES
44. Members of the Church of England. : ANGLICANS
46. "If I ___ King." : WERE
47. Undecided, as a question. : OPEN
48. Of a Great Lake. : ERIAN
51. Long-distance swimmer's protection. : GREASE
54. Casanova. : AMORIST
56. Offended. : HURT
57. U. N. General Assembly group. : DELEGATION
60. Hero of Anne Nichols' play. : ABIE
61. King Michael, for instance. : EXILE
62. Bacchanal cry. : EVOE
63. Have charge of. : TEND
64. Restrain through fear. : DETER
65. Cancel. : DELE
1. Belgian resort. : SPA
2. Emulate Bob Lemon. : HURL
3. Making fertile, as in Grand Coulee project. : IRRIGATING
4. Parts of atoms. : PROTONS
5. He wrote "The Lion and the Mouse." : AESOP
6. Lax. : REMISS
7. Having a strong smell. : OLID
8. Bing's domain. : MET
9. Politician's followers. : ADHERENTS
10. Brute in "The Tempest." : CALIBAN
11. Rock of ___. : AGES
12. City on the Truckee. : RENO
13. ___ Rusk of the State Department. : DEAN
18. Popular song by Jerome Kern. : WHO
22. Mr. Tobin of the teamsters' union. : DANIEL
24. Region. : AREA
25. La ___, Milan's 8 Down. : SCALA
26. Claw. : TALON
28. Mrs. John McCloy. : ELLEN
29. Enlarging. : DISTENSIVE
30. The upper regions of space. : ETHER
31. Robinson's "d.p." partner. : REESE
33. Tears up. : UPRIPS
34. Advanced. : PROCEEDED
38. Israel's Ambassador to U. S. : EBAN
41. Gazed with malignant joy. : GLOATED
43. Expected. : AWAITED
45. Mother of Dionysus. : SEMELE
49. Airman's "that's all." : ROGER
50. One of the Gershwins. : IRA
51. One of India's coastal ranges. : GHAT
52. ___ Waddell, Athletics' immortal pitcher. : RUBE
53. James Joyce's homeland. : ERIN
54. Dismounted. : ALIT
55. Dupe. : TOOL
58. River in England. : EXE
59. Dixie Crosby, ___ Lee. : NEE

Answer summary: 5 unique to this puzzle, 7 debuted here and reused later, 3 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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