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New York Times, Saturday, October 7, 1950

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.16, Missing: { F K Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 282 (avg 1.48)
Open Squares: 71, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 11, XRef: 1, Spans: 2, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 18
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© 1950, The New York TimesNo. 475
Across Down
1. County in Eire. : MAYO
5. Hindu title. : RANA
9. Co-defendant in famous trial, 1921–26. : SACCO
14. Winged. : ALAR
15. Attention-getting sound. : AHEM
16. Most conspicuous constellation. : ORION
17. Mankind's political dream. : WORLDGOVERNMENT
20. Stalin's men. : REDARMY
21. Of old age. : SENILE
22. Part of a snare. : NOOSE
24. Daughter of Loki. : HEL
25. Pitcher's arm-swinging motion. : WINDUP
28. ___ Tuesdays. : MEATLESS
33. He wrote "The Cocktail Party." : ELIOT
34. Mankind's curse. : WARS
35. Legal proceedings. : ACTA
36. Settled. : LIT
37. China's Yellow River, 2,700 miles. : HWANGHO
40. Palmyra fiber. : TAL
41. Angler's fly. : LURE
43. Inlets. : RIAS
44. Barbara Ann ___, Olympic skater. : SCOTT
46. Creator of Peregrine Pickle. : SMOLLETT
48. Gems. : STONES
49. Sweet ___. : PEA
50. Ethereal salt. : ESTER
52. What Dufy does. : PAINTS
55. Feathered. : PENNATE
59. Shore dinner item. : HARDSHELLEDCRAB
61. "___ Get Your Gun." : ANNIE
62. The Tombs. : JAIL
63. Blunderbore was one. : OGRE
64. Was located. : STOOD
65. Measure. : METE
66. Western Germany's capital city. : BONN
1. Bryn ___. : MAWR
2. Lily plant. : ALOE
3. British police HQ. : YARD
4. Fruit center in Florida. : ORLANDO
5. Popular be-bop song. : RAGMOP
6. Hails another ship. : AHOYS
7. The Sagebrush State: Abbr. : NEV
8. City in Iowa. : AMES
9. Keats' "Bright Star." : SONNET
10. Bracelet. : ARMILLA
11. Heaven: Fr. : CIEL
12. Volcanic peak. : CONE
13. Where the Severn River is: Abbr. : ONT
18. N. Y.'s 1949–50 worry. : DROUTH
19. Same old story. : REHASH
23. Issue forth. : EMANATE
25. Sadlers ___ Ballet. : WELLS
26. Where Achilles fought Hector. : ILIUM
27. The N in TNT. : NITRO
29. Units of work in C. G. S. system. : ERGS
30. Senator from Montana. : ECTON
31. Alaska may be one. : STATE
32. Smelling ___. : SALTS
34. ___-and-see policy. : WAIT
38. Middleground's reward at Churchill Downs. : WREATH
39. Belgian seaport. : OSTEND
42. President Quirino of the Philippines. : ELPIDIO
45. MacArthur's pipe. : CORNCOB
47. Describing spectacles. : LENSED
48. Henry ___ Commager. : STEELE
51. ___ personality. : SPLIT
52. Steam engine's throb. : PANT
53. Contemporary cartoonist. : ARNO
54. Constituent Assembly of Poland, 1918–22. : SEJM
56. Jason's ship. : ARGO
57. Mountain pool. : TARN
58. "___ Holden," by Irvine Bacheller. : EBEN
59. Holds. : HAS
60. Former New Guinea air base. : LAE

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 16 debuted here and reused later, 1 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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