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New York Times, Thursday, August 16, 1951

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.97, Missing: { J Q V X Y }, Scrabble score: 289 (avg 1.53)
Open Squares: 74, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 11
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 788
Across Down
1. Appearance of the American eagle. : BALD
5. Anne ___ McCormick. : OHARE
10. Chinese measure. : TSUN
14. Star of "Strictly Dishonorable." : EZIO
15. Counterfeit. : BOGUS
16. River in Yorkshire, flowing into the Humber. : OUSE
17. Certain Harvard men. : LAMPOONERS
19. Ready: French. : PRET
20. One of Christopher Robin's afflictions. : SNEEZLES
21. Ministers to. : FEEDS
22. He wrote "He Ran All the Way." : ROSS
23. Seaport on Honshu Island. : OSAKA
25. Subject of an opera by De Koven. : ROBIN
28. These are brought up to the Supreme Court. : TESTCASES
32. Hold an opinion: Humorous. : OPINE
33. The mark on the 'scutcheon. : BLOT
34. Plump. : FAT
35. Molly, off TV. : BERG
36. Sudden, swift descent. : SWOOP
38. Down; against: Prefix. : CATA
39. Sea eagle. : ERN
40. Island, republic since 1944: Abbr. : ICEL
41. Producer of action or power. : MOTOR
42. Controversial region in Europe. : SAARBASIN
45. Prophetic signs. : OMENS
46. Intended. : MEANT
47. Greek fabulist: Var. : ESOP
49. Engaged in hostilities. : ATWAR
51. Former Army captain, World War I. : HSTRUMAN
55. Part of a barrel. : HOOP
56. A bridge in the Bronx. : WHITESTONE
58. The century plant. : ALOE
59. Mythological maiden who fled on the Golden Ram. : HELLE
60. Miss Maxwell. : ELSA
61. Mr. Schulberg. : BUDD
62. Web-footed animal. : OTTER
63. Membership in a stock exchange. : SEAT
1. Power units named after a great scientist. : BELS
2. Call to prayer from a mosque. : AZAN
3. Oxide used in cement and mortar. : LIME
4. Target of the F. B. I.: 2 wds. : DOPERING
5. Ancient Greek coins. : OBOLS
6. Having integrity. : HONEST
7. Many years. : AGES
8. Capek's robot drama. : RUR
9. Letter of the alphabet. : ESS
10. Capital of Kansas. : TOPEKA
11. Certain to happen: Phrase. : SUREASFATE
12. Secondhand. : USED
13. Hair ___. : NETS
18. Pure air: Colloq. : OZONE
21. Something known to be true. : FACT
23. Haakon's capital. : OSLO
24. Punctuation in a telegram. : STOP
25. Ceremonial costumes. : ROBES
26. ___ bouffe. : OPERA
27. It came to Dunsinane. : BIRNAMWOOD
29. City near Salerno. : EBOLI
30. Peggy O'Neill's second husband. : EATON
31. Marks with an asterisk. : STARS
36. Glance over hastily. : SCAN
37. Popular actress. : WEST
38. What the M. I. T. "brain" does. : COMPUTES
40. Girder of a certain shape. : IBAR
41. Where Heathcliffe met Kathy. : MOORS
43. Harvested. : REAPED
44. Snuggle up. : NESTLE
48. Take the wheel. : STEER
49. Pursuer of Moby Dick. : AHAB
50. Tree yielding balsam. : TOLU
51. Part of a sword or dagger. : HILT
52. A massive breakwater. : MOLE
53. Handle. : ANSA
54. Not untidy. : NEAT
56. Song by Jerome Kern. : WHO
57. Excited, usually with "up." : HET

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 8 debuted here and reused later, 3 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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