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New York Times, Wednesday, September 5, 1951

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.85, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 274 (avg 1.45)
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 808

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Students & seniors
Across
1. Speechmaker in U. N. : MALIK
6. He plays golf with Crosby. : HOPE
10. Feudal peasant. : SERF
14. The beautiful Miss Colby. : ANITA
15. Mosque of ___, in Jerusalem. : OMAR
16. First name of author of "Kon-Tiki." : THOR
17. Application for tinting hair. : RINSE
18. Orson Welles' former wife. : RITA
19. Mr. Gardner. : ERLE
20. Become drowsy. : NOD
21. New York's waterfront, on the East River. : SOUTHSTREET
24. Captivates. : ENAMORS
26. Author of "The Holy Sinner." : MANN
27. Conjunction. : AND
28. Lawful to post. : MAILABLE
32. Hold tenaciously to. : CLING
35. What atolls are made of. : CORAL
36. Out, in South Africa. : UIT
37. Point on the Isle of Man. : AYRE
38. Fabricated. : WOVEN
39. Between a walk and a run. : TROT
40. China's Ambassador in Washington. : KOO
41. Narratives of events. : TALES
42. ___ cum laude. : MAGNA
43. Lifts up. : ENNOBLES
45. One of the Seven Dwarfs. : DOC
46. Permeate. : SOAK
47. Senator Murray's state. : MONTANA
51. Putting a bill through Congress hastily: Colloq. : RAILROADING
55. The Red Sox' Boudreau. : LOU
56. Church book with day to day schedules. : ORDO
57. Second word of a fairy story. : UPON
58. Social Security administrator. : EWING
60. ___ heil! : SIEG
61. Fork prong. : TINE
62. Recent rollbacks caused beef to stay here. : RANCH
63. Street inhabited by the wealthy. : EASY
64. Tributary of the Moselle. : SAAR
65. Expanse or surface. : SHEET
Down
1. Historic French river. : MARNE
2. Negative electrified particle. : ANION
3. Sen. Kefauver's daughter. : LINDA
4. Pronoun. : ITS
5. City in the headlines. : KAESONG
6. Egyptian god of day. : HORUS
7. Neglect. : OMIT
8. Trodden way. : PATH
9. Follower of a 15th century Dutch scholar. : ERASMIAN
10. Breastbones of vertebrates. : STERNA
11. Soviet propagandist. : EHRENBURG
12. Function assumed by anyone. : ROLE
13. Worry. : FRET
22. Army fort in California. : ORD
23. Hard to believe: Colloq. : TALL
25. Decoration on 30 Down. : MANE
28. Changes residence. : MOVES
29. God of war. : ARES
30. Part of the British coat of arms. : LION
31. Girl's nickname. : ETTA
32. Devil's food. : CAKE
33. Silk manufacturing city on the Rhone: Fr. : LYON
34. What Oliver Cromwell was called. : IRONSIDES
35. Mr. Porter. : COLE
38. The Taft-Hartley law is concerned with these. : WALKOUTS
39. Diplomacy. : TACT
41. Beam made in a certain shape. : TBAR
42. Dealers. : MONGERS
44. The study of birds' eggs. : OOLOGY
45. Mr. Ameche. : DON
47. Colliery worker. : MINER
48. Adjust. : ALINE
49. The particular occasion. : NONCE
50. Anything. : AUGHT
51. Princess Margaret ___. : ROSE
52. Marguerite Piazza's specialty. : ARIA
53. Port in Samoa. : APIA
54. Spanish lady. : DONA
59. Tibetan name for the panda. : WAH

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 10 debuted here and reused later, 1 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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