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New York Times, Wednesday, October 3, 1951

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.16, Missing: { F K X Z }, Scrabble score: 274 (avg 1.43)
Open Squares: 84, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 5, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 11
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 836
Across
1. States of Governors Scott and Byrnes. : CAROLINAS
10. River of Spain and Portugal. : TAGUS
15. A welcome tourist in Mexico. : AMERICANO
16. Greek princess. : IRENE
17. Man on the flying trapeze. : DAREDEVIL
18. Minister to land of Grand Duchess Charlotte. : MESTA
19. Short for "et alii." : ETAL
20. Scipio's language: Abbr. : LAT
21. British royal photographer, Cecil ___. : BEATON
22. Tenth anniversary gift. : TIN
23. Winter resort, off Florida. : BAHAMAS
25. "___ Bungay," H. G. Wells novel. : TONO
26. Inventor who popularized photography (1854–1932). : EASTMAN
31. It's lined with silver. : CLOUD
33. Light British long-range bomber. : MOSQUITO
34. The J is J. C. S. : JOINT
35. Captured foe: Colloq. : POW
36. Pronounce. : UTTER
37. Turkey in Asia. : ANATOLIA
39. Inflation's early risers. : RATES
40. Characteristic of a certain poet's work. : BYRONIC
41. Beautiful woman. : PERI
42. Popular singer. : NATCOLE
44. Site of Cambridge boat races. : CAM
47. Swindler's dupe. : VICTIM
51. Hasten. : HIE
52. Kyle ___, All-American football player, now with N. Y. Giants. : ROTE
53. Idolize. : ADORE
54. Site of atomic project in New Mexico. : LOSALAMOS
56. Mario Lanza, for instance. : TENOR
57. President of Panama. : AROSEMENA
58. Famous jockey of the 1930s. : SANDE
59. What a dynamo does. : GENERATES
Down
1. "Ike" in 1915. : CADET
2. He made Cremona violins. : AMATI
3. Made another campaign. : RERAN
4. City between Kiev and Gorki. : OREL
5. Recipient of eye shadow. : LID
6. N.A.T.O. country with no army. : ICELAND
7. Resident of one of our largest reservations. : NAVAHO
8. ___ Loos. : ANITA
9. Man's nickname. : SOL
10. Farmland in 1851. : TIMESSQUARE
11. Environs. : AREA
12. Adventure tale. : GEST
13. Second word of Golden Rule. : UNTO
14. Eire's President O'Kelly. : SEAN
21. Sheep to sheep. : BAAS
23. Subject of a recent popular song. : BOUTONNIERE
24. Animal's voice. : MEOW
25. Lone Ranger's Indian. : TONTO
27. Passage for all voices or instruments together: Ital. : TUTTI
28. Very small object. : MITE
29. Roscoe ___, comedian. : ATES
30. Scandinavian country: Abbr. : NOR
31. Rabbit fur. : CONY
32. Baron Munchausen. : LIAR
33. Bird exterminated circa 1450. : MOA
34. Quick punch. : JAB
35. His race was absorbed by the Scots. : PICT
38. Irish man's name. : LIAM
39. Statement for the press. : RELEASE
41. Toxin. : POISON
43. Household job. : CHORE
44. Body moving about the sun. : COMET
45. Make up for. : ATONE
46. Scenery in New Mexico. : MESAS
47. Winemakers' tubs. : VATS
48. Germ for a plot. : IDEA
49. Gov. Lodge's state: Abbr. : CONN
50. Trampled under foot. : TROD
52. King of Thailand. : RAMA
54. Retardation. : LAG
55. Celtic Neptune. : LER

Answer summary: 11 debuted here and reused later, 1 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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