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GLOBAL REPORTER

New York Times, Sunday, September 30, 1945

Author: Willard N. Jordan
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 142, Blocks: 67, Avg Word Len: 5.27, Missing: { J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 534 (avg 1.43)
Open Squares: 120, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 1, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 53
Willard N. Jordan has 39 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
PS notes: In 97-Down clue, removed colon after "Bonaparte."
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© 1945, The New York TimesNo. 190
Across Down
1. City to be occupied Oct. 23, 6th Division. : NAGOYA
7. Nipponese prize taken in Germany. : OSHIMA
13. Remnant of Jap fleet. : NAGATO
19. Red member of "super peace council." : MOLOTOV
20. One of the arch war criminals. : KEITEL
21. Imaginary king of East: Var. : AMAMON
22. Moluccan island. : AMBOINA
23. Opposite of unwind. : INROLL
24. Quintus H. Flaccus, golden age poet. : HORACE
25. Creek. : RIA
26. First day of Roman months. : CALENDS
28. Planner of B-29 raids on Tokyo. : LEMAY
30. Me: French. : MOI
31. Guest houses. : INNS
33. Mighty U. S. dreadnought. : IOWA
34. Funeral oration. : ELOGE
36. Mountings for tires. : RIMS
37. Genus of aquatic plants. : NAIAS
39. Newport ___. : NEWS
41. Toward the setting sun. : AWEST
43. Artificial gold or silver of Egypt. : ASEM
44. Tennyson heroine. : ELAINE
46. Bird of ostrich family. : RATITE
48. Foreshank. : SHIN
50. Iloilo is its capital. : PANAY
52. Binary compound. : OXIDE
54. His capital is Tegucigalpa. : ANDINO
58. Capital of 20th Air Force base. : GARAPAN
61. Bogland to a poet. : ERIN
62. Notorious Nazi camp. : MAIDANEK
64. Bodement. : OMEN
65. Railway supervisor. : ROADMASTER
68. Thunder-god of Vedic myth. : INDRA
69. Towser. : DOG
70. Farmer in old Ireland. : CEILE
71. Father of Jacob and Esau. : ISAAC
73. America's Peter Klaus. : RIP
74. Spenser's Emerald Isle. : IRENA
76. Cool. : NONCHALANT
80. Over. : FINI
81. Respect. : VENERATE
83. Chantilly product. : LACE
84. Funeral vehicles. : HEARSES
86. Clement Richard. : ATTLEE
87. Marines call him "Howlin' Mad." : SMITH
89. Heroine in St. George and the Dragon ballads. : SABRA
90. Minced oath: U. S. : SWOW
92. Ideal republic of James Harrington. : OCEANA
94. Lavinia's husband. : AENEAS
98. W. African river. : MONO
101. Indentation. : NOTCH
103. Choice. : RARE
105. Short oar. : SCULL
106. Dispart. : OPEN
107. Speed contests. : RACES
109. Bulrush. : TULE
111. Flat plinth. : ORLO
112. Horse and buggy. : RIG
113. Mountains in Beehive State. : UINTA
115. Coming to an end. : CEASING
118. Notabilia. : ANA
119. GI rifle. : GARAND
121. Sideways. : ASKANT
123. Admiral Halsey's flag secretary. : STASSEN
125. Inharmonious. : ATONAL
126. Haunt of theatrical Broadwayites. : RIALTO
127. Abelard's correspondent. : HELOISE
128. Cuddle up. : NESTLE
129. OWMR director. : SNYDER
130. Red cabs. : ARABAS
1. Par. : NOMINAL
2. Old romantic name of Highland region, Scotland. : ALBANIA
3. Sticky substance: Slang. : GOO
4. Auditory. : OTIC
5. Japan's ex-Navy Minister. : YONAI
6. Arthurian abode. : AVALON
7. Future U. S. Pacific base. : OKINAWA
8. Dispatch. : SEND
9. The broomcorn millet. : HIRSE
10. Jap admiral killed in suicide attack at Okinawa. : ITO
11. Ripened. : MELLOWED
12. Declare. : ALLEGE
13. Capital of Ryukyus. : NAHA
14. Port on Taiwan Strait. : AMOY
15. Longnose. : GAR
16. Islands of N Ryukyus. : AMAMIS
17. Futurity. : TOCOME
18. Monism: Rare. : ONEISM
19. One of Gen. Geiger's men. : MARINE
27. Pitcher room. : EWERY
29. Hodgepodge. : MESS
32. New 14,500-ton U. S. carrier. : SAIPAN
35. Romans of Virgil's time. : LATINS
36. Boat having three rowers. : RANDAN
38. Scintillate. : SNAP
40. Tempest. : STORM
42. Modern Siam. : THAI
45. Lake in Finland. : ENARE
47. Genus of corn lilies. : IXIA
49. Of the Land of Regrets. : INDIC
51. Moisten. : ANOINT
53. Ancient name of Homs, Syria. : EMESA
55. Largest Madagascan lemurs. : INDRIS
56. Guernsey flower. : NERINE
57. Giraffe's close relatives. : OKAPIS
58. Coventry's famous bareback rider. : GODIVA
59. Character in Faerie Queene. : AMORET
60. Titular role of Archbishop Damaskinos. : REGENT
61. Bevin's predecessor. : EDEN
63. Mediator of Peruvian-Ecuadorian border agreement. : ARANHA
66. Drug plants. : ALOES
67. Mah-jongg piece. : TILE
70. King of Beggars: 1693–1770. : CAREW
72. Nomadic Bedouin tribe. : ATEBA
75. Former WPB chairman. : NELSON
77. Trite phrase. : CLICHE
78. Unlove. : HATE
79. Pickled bamboo shoots: India. : ACHAR
80. Tottering dictator. : FRANCO
82. Age. : AEON
85. Son of Zeus. : ARES
88. Pit viper. : MOCCASIN
89. Former name of Seyhan River, Turkey. : SARUS
91. Hackneyed. : WORN
93. Swimmer. : NATATOR
95. About 20 million square miles. : EURASIA
96. Totality. : ALLNESS
97. Author of Napoleon Bonaparte (1850–1928). : SLOANE
98. Founder of New York's E. 36th St. Library. : MORGAN
99. Anodyne. : OPIATE
100. Bacolod is its capital. : NEGROS
102. Stalinites in Kazan area. : TATARS
104. Hebrew prophet. : ELISHA
108. Any Norse epicist. : SCALD
110. Journalize. : ENTER
113. Single. : UNAL
114. Otiant. : IDLE
116. Grafted, in heraldry. : ENTE
117. Festival. : GALA
120. Formicary dweller. : ANT
122. King Arthur's foster brother. : KAY
124. Convulsive cry. : SOB

Answer summary: 11 unique to this puzzle, 42 debuted here and reused later, 14 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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