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New York Times, Saturday, October 20, 1951

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.46, Missing: { F H J Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 249 (avg 1.30)
Open Squares: 72, Cheaters: 8, FITB: 3, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 11
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 853

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Students & seniors
Across
1. Powers' girls. : MODELS
7. Father: Latin. : PATER
12. Former President of Guatemala. : AREVALO
14. Man working. : LABORER
16. Where Omsk and Tomsk are. : SIBERIA
17. Run, as an elevator. : OPERATE
18. "Come ___ My House." : ONA
19. Mormons' provisional state, 1849. : DESERET
21. "Put down six and carry two . . . " : SUM
22. Diplomat's message. : NOTE
24. The Brahmaputra is one. : RIVER
25. Walls: Latin. : MURI
26. A pointer hunts by it. : SCENT
28. Self: Scot. : SEL
29. Brings home the bacon. : EARNS
30. Prized statuette. : OSCAR
32. Adroitness. : NEATNESS
34. Natives of a 1,200-mile U. S. archipelago. : ALEUTIANS
36. Early loser at Saratoga. : BURGOYNE
39. More inadequate, as an excuse. : LAMER
42. He's questioned at Ellis Island. : ALIEN
43. German official news agency. : DNB
45. Where R. L. S. lived and died. : SAMOA
47. What frost does. : NIPS
48. Hook's alternative. : CROOK
50. McAuliffe's reply in '44. : NUTS
51. Philippine city. : DAO
52. Native of Farouk's capital. : CAIRENE
54. Money in Riga. : LAT
55. Ready for use: 2 wds. : INSTORE
57. Say it again. : RESTATE
59. Found a 21 Across. : TOTALED
60. H. S. T., from '34 to '44. : SENATOR
61. Peddles. : VENDS
62. Crowbars, pedals, etc. : LEVERS
Down
1. Society H. S. T. belongs to. : MASONS
2. River along Colombian border. : ORINOCO
3. Congressional discussions. : DEBATES
4. "The stag at ___ . . . " : EVE
5. Item not on Jack Sprat's menu. : LARD
6. More cunning. : SLIER
7. First anniversary symbol. : PAPER
8. Second a sinner. : ABET
9. "High ___" on the Hudson. : TOR
10. Rubbed out place. : ERASURE
11. Cause of excitement in early November. : RETURNS
13. Desert stop-over. : OASIS
14. Carol Channing's role. : LORELEI
15. Neglectful. : REMISS
20. Steady course: 2 wds. : EVENTENOR
23. Shuts up. : ENCAGES
25. Male respected by his fellows: 2 wds. : MANSMAN
27. Hawk's weapon. : TALON
29. Vessels for heating liquids. : ETNAS
31. Any Spanish king. : REY
33. Indian mulberry. : AAL
35. Still wet. : UNDRIED
36. Jesse James was one. : BANDIT
37. Lenin's real name. : ULIANOV
38. Quick, sharp retort. : RIPOSTE
40. Strive in rivalry. : EMULATE
41. Anything that revolves. : ROTATOR
44. Natives of Pretoria. : BOERS
46. Fall flowers. : ASTERS
48. Has an interest. : CARES
49. Genuflect. : KNEEL
52. Word on a faucet. : COLD
53. Victim of feudalism. : ESNE
56. Tawny. : TAN
58. Hebrew letter. : TAV

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

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Crosswords published prior to Nov. 21, 1993 are provided by David Steinberg and The Pre-Shortzian Puzzle Project.

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