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New York Times, Wednesday, August 29, 1951

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 35, Avg Word Len: 4.87, Missing: { F H Q W X }, Scrabble score: 280 (avg 1.47)
Open Squares: 68, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 5, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 11
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 801
Across Down
1. Reporter sentenced by Czechs. : OATIS
6. Kennel dwellers : PUPS
10. Serious phase of the smoke menace. : SMOG
14. British buccaneer, circumnavigator of the globe (1540–96). : DRAKE
15. In the matter of: Latin. : INRE
16. Beautiful: Comb. form. : CALO
17. Small picture in a larger one. : INSET
18. Second word of "Home, Sweet Home." : PLEASURES
20. ___ de plume. : NOM
21. Carpet. : TAPIS
23. Biblical name. : ELIAS
24. President of Mexico. : ALEMAN
26. Pat McCarran's colleague from Nevada. : MALONE
27. Campers' transportation. : CANOES
29. Makes sweaters. : KNITS
31. Plant yielding deep blue dye. : ANIL
32. Actor's remark for the audience only. : ASIDE
33. Admiral, negotiator in Korean cease-fire. : JOY
36. Native of Leghorn. : ITALIAN
39. Having tendrils, as a leaf. : CIRROSE
41. Girl's nickname. : NAN
42. Phantom. : SPOOK
44. Welsh form of John. : EVAN
45. Stadium. : ARENA
46. Leo and Gertrude. : STEINS
48. Virginia Ruth Egnor, TV star. : DAGMAR
51. A native Hawaiian. : KENAKA
53. Run off to Yuma. : ELOPE
54. Swell. : BLOAT
55. Chap. : LAD
58. Waxy roselike flowers, named after a missionary. : CAMELLIAS
60. Commonplace. : TRITE
62. 1/10th of an ephah. : OMER
63. Tweedledee said, "But as it ___, it ain't." : ISNT
64. Where Manila is. : LUZON
65. Part. : ROLE
66. Mother of Helen of Troy. : LEDA
67. "Security is mortals' chiefest ___."—Macbeth. : ENEMY
1. Valhalla god with one eye. : ODIN
2. Florence's river. : ARNO
3. Native of Hobart. : TASMANIAN
4. Nickname often used in political talk. : IKE
5. Lounge. : SETTEE
6. Browning heroine whose song was "All's right with the world." : PIPPA
7. Disconnects. : UNLINKS
8. Conant's title: Abbr. : PRES
9. ___ of Okhotsk. : SEA
10. Racing boats for oarsmen. : SCULLS
11. Mr. Lanza. : MARIO
12. City in SW New York. : OLEAN
13. Essayist, friend of R. L. S. : GOSSE
19. Usher. : SEATER
22. Mornings. : AMS
25. Recline indolently. : LOLL
26. The south of France. : MIDI
27. Magnuson's colleague from Washington. : CAIN
28. Theatrical group. : ANTA
30. ___ Longworth, T. R.'s son-in-law. : NICK
32. Soon. : ANON
33. Make hilarious. : JOVIALIZE
34. Chemical suffix. : OSAN
35. Desires: Slang. : YENS
37. New state where elections were recently held. : ISRAEL
38. Mimic. : APER
40. Give off smoke. : REEK
43. Manufacturing city on San Francisco Bay. : OAKLAND
45. Unit of electric current. : AMPERE
46. Wild sheep of Tibet. : SNA
47. Gossip. : TATTLE
48. Embellishment. : DECOR
49. Scene of 1836 massacre in Texas. : ALAMO
50. City north of Kiev. : GOMEL
52. City in Italy. : EOSTA
54. Cold dry north wind of Mediterranean regions. : BISE
56. Fissionable particle. : ATOM
57. Repudiate. : DENY
59. Mae West's alter ego. : LIL
61. Stand for office. : RUN

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

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