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New York Times, Tuesday, November 14, 1950

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 32, Avg Word Len: 5.36, Missing: { F J Q V W Z }, Scrabble score: 262 (avg 1.36)
Open Squares: 70, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 5, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 20
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© 1950, The New York TimesNo. 513
Across Down
1. Abhorred. : LOATHED
8. German prison camp. : STALAG
14. Moluccan isle swept by tidal wave. : AMBOINA
15. Endurance. : STAMINA
16. Signaler during loading and unloading of a ship. : RAILMAN
17. Residents of Peter Cooper Village. : TENANTS
18. Joint. : KNEE
19. Churchill's perennial companion. : CIGAR
21. Abscond: Colloq. : SKIP
22. Most news stories carry them. : DATELINES
25. Huckster, à la Wakeman. : ADMAN
28. Stripling. : LAD
29. Spanish city where sherry was born. : XERES
33. Mr. Wood and Ulysses Simpson. : GRANTS
35. An Irving Berlin. : MELODIST
37. A child improver? : ROD
38. Member of a union. : LABORER
40. Mindanao tribesman. : ATA
41. Sky bus. : AIRLINER
43. The man behind the paper. : EDITOR
45. Meat cut at uncut price. : STEAK
46. Dress up. : TOG
48. Unsuitable. : INAPT
49. Of the third largest planet. : NEPTUNIAN
52. Irish fuel. : PEAT
55. Up. : RISEN
56. Slanted type: Abbr. : ITAL
60. Mexican president, assassinated in 1928. : OBREGON
62. In a senseless manner. : INANELY
64. Ogling. : LEERING
65. Frank ___, Aussie Davis Cup player. : SEDGMAN
66. ___ Free State, South Africa. : ORANGE
67. He has been in correspondence with Stalin. : STASSEN
1. Gay escapade. : LARK
2. State in S. E. Arabia. : OMAN
3. Harry Hershfield cartoon. : ABIE
4. Townsman in Ohio, and in Spain. : TOLEDAN
5. Pronoun. : HIM
6. Portray. : ENACT
7. ___ Tobin, teamsters union president. : DANIEL
8. Severe. : STERN
9. Treat raw hide. : TAN
10. Collected. : AMASSED
11. Chain unit. : LINK
12. Oppositionist. : ANTI
13. Labored breath. : GASP
15. More sedate. : STAIDER
20. Exuding romance. : GLAMOROUS
23. Patiently industrious. : ANTLIKE
24. Introductions; prefaces. : EXORDIA
25. Carpets made in India. : AGRAS
26. Right: Legal or Fr. : DROIT
27. Sierra ___. : MADRE
30. Lariat. : RIATA
31. Prohibit. : ESTOP
32. Sudden move. : START
34. ___ Salvador. : SAN
36. General at Appomattox. : LEE
39. Bookie business. : BETTING
42. Carrying light. : LANTERN
44. Baseball rounds. : INNINGS
47. Laminated rock. : GNEISS
50. Lying face down. : PRONE
51. Enmesh. : INNET
52. Game played in chukkers. : POLO
53. Namesake ancestor of the Hebrews. : EBER
54. Stretch of land. : AREA
57. Sieve: Dial. : TEMS
58. Wings. : ALAE
59. Miss Fontanne. : LYNN
61. One-horse shay. : GIG
63. Miss Rehan of Daly's Theatre. : ADA

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 18 debuted here and reused later, 3 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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