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New York Times, Tuesday, September 11, 1951

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 31, Avg Word Len: 5.39, Missing: { Q X }, Scrabble score: 300 (avg 1.55)
Open Squares: 82, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 1, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 10
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 814
Across Down
1. Kipling's Englishmen in India. : SAHIBS
7. Take the air. : BREATHE
14. Guardian charm. : AMULET
15. Sardine time in the subway. : RUSHHOUR
17. Judge at Red trial. : MEDINA
18. One's other self. : ALTEREGO
19. Ones: Colloq. : UNS
20. Browse in meadows. : GRAZE
22. Leaders; chiefs: Ital. : DUCES
23. Esau's other name. : EDOM
25. Spin. : TWIRL
27. Fine head of hair. : MANE
28. The Great Red Father. : LENIN
30. An all-time horse great. : ALSAB
32. Marlowe in the Mermaid Tavern. : KIT
33. Zany in "Two on the Aisle." : LAHR
35. Refuse to accept. : REJECT
37. Chided vehemently. : BERATED
40. Subtlety. : FINESSE
41. Describing music like Schonberg's. : ATONAL
42. All over again. : ANEW
43. Ingredient of eggs Benedict. : HAM
44. Governor of Connecticut. : LODGE
47. Warm brown tone. : SEPIA
51. Woe is me! : ALAS
53. Golf ball setters. : TEERS
55. Shortening. : LARD
56. French impressionist painter. : MANET
58. City bigwig. : MAYOR
60. Senator Connally. : TOM
61. Trouble breeder. : AGITATOR
63. Atoll for the history books. : BIKINI
65. Ocean commerce: 2 wds. : SEATRADE
66. Not so rough. : EVENER
67. Minded other people's business. : SNOOPED
68. Recreated. : REMADE
1. The Viscount who challenged Einstein. : SAMUEL
2. Full apology. : AMENDE
3. Emergency water for New York. : HUDSON
4. River in Sinkiang, flowing 800 mi. to Lake Balkhash. : ILI
5. Bachelor of Engineering: Abbr. : BENG
6. Nervous jerk. : START
7. Coffee empire. : BRAZIL
8. Kings and emperors. : RULERS
9. Railroad time in the East: Abbr. : EST
10. Exclaimed with delight. : AHED
11. Strong steady hum. : THRUM
12. Food made of Indian meal. : HOECAKES
13. Science for race improvement. : EUGENICS
16. Flowerlike ornament. : ROSETTE
21. Blue ribbon. : AWARD
24. Where Toscanini performs in Italy. : MILAN
26. Hook money, made of silver wire doubled. : LARIN
29. Seaport on the Brazilian bulge. : NATAL
31. Pre-Communist Czech leader. : BENES
34. Slave. : HELOT
36. Bearing for a pivot in a watch. : JEWEL
37. Nearly 700 islands. : BAHAMAS
38. Displays: Fr. : ETALAGES
39. Native of Bucharest. : ROMANIAN
40. " . . . perilous seas, in ___ lands forlorn." : FAERY
45. Out of style: Fr. : DEMODE
46. Outfitted. : GEARED
48. Antique surface. : PATINA
49. Pressed hotly. : IRONED
50. Esteem highly. : ADMIRE
52. Scrimmage. : SETTO
54. Unsmiling. : SOBER
57. Starchy arum plant. : TARO
59. Rend apart. : RIVE
62. A kind of dancing. : TAP
64. Missouri's Republican Senator. : KEM

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 9 debuted here and reused later, 5 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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