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New York Times, Thursday, November 2, 1950

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 5.11, Min Word Len: 4, Missing: { Q V W X Y Z }, Scrabble score: 290 (avg 1.53)
Open Squares: 81, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 1, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 17
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© 1950, The New York TimesNo. 501
Across Down
1. Senatorial candidate in Ohio. : TAFT
5. She's "semper paratus." : SPAR
9. Played by a tympanist. : DRUMS
14. Director Kazan. : ELIA
15. Box for relics. : ARCA
16. Spooky. : EERIE
17. Falls asleep. : NODS
18. "La Bohème" heroine. : MIMI
19. Gov. Payne's state. : MAINE
20. Party leaders. : SPOKESMEN
22. Wellaway! : ALACK
23. Theatrical disaster. : FLOP
24. Swampy regions. : MARSHES
26. Put an injunction upon. : ENJOIN
29. Parcels for Europe. : CARE
30. Yale Bowl has these. : TIERS
31. Resort near Carson City. : LAKETAHOE
36. Mr. Templeton. : ALEC
37. Officers' assistants. : AIDES
38. Acts in prim fashion: Dial. : MIMS
39. Subject of Hamlet soliloquy. : HEREAFTER
41. Small herring. : SPRAT
42. She organized the League of Women Voters. : CATT
43. Stick together. : COHERE
44. Tennessee Williams' métier. : THEATRE
48. Airs sung alone. : SOLI
49. Governor. : RULER
50. Gov. of Wisconsin. : RENNEBOHM
55. Dwell. : ABIDE
56. Breakfast cereal. : BRAN
57. Dolphin family. : INIA
58. Yields. : CEDES
59. Unicorn fish. : UNIE
60. Full of years. : AGED
61. Long lock of hair. : TRESS
62. Dr. Fuchs' accomplice. : GOLD
63. Durante's biggest asset. : NOSE
1. Sawbucks. : TENS
2. Unbalanced. : ALOP
3. Doghouse resident. : FIDO
4. Military group with specific mission. : TASKFORCE
5. Victor Mature's recent role. : SAMSON
6. Spruce up. : PRIMP
7. Zenith. : ACME
8. Dr. Howell, meteorologist. : RAINMAKER
9. Winner of 1950 Masters' Tournament. : DEMARET
10. "Piece of eight," in South America. : REALS
11. The 'umble Mr. Heep. : URIAH
12. Thanksgiving pie. : MINCE
13. "Water ___ its own level." : SEEKS
21. Yale men. : ELIS
25. God of war. : ARES
26. Base in Greenland. : ETAH
27. 3,473-mile river. : NILE
28. Treat with derision. : JEER
29. West Pointer. : CADET
31. Citizen who ignores trash baskets. : LITTERBUG
32. Seaplane. : AMPHIBIAN
33. Employ. : HIRE
34. Gen. Bradley. : OMAR
35. Italian Prince. : ESTE
37. On the horizon. : AFAR
40. Nancy Kelly, for instance. : ACTRESS
41. Flatfish. : SOLE
43. Learned by perusal. : CONNED
44. A stretch of land. : TRACT
45. Swiss composer (1852–1921). : HUBER
46. What British do with "a" in "secretary." : ELIDE
47. The yellow fever mosquito. : AEDES
48. Slow-moving person. : SNAIL
51. Mr. Rapee, conductor. : ERNO
52. Progress. : ONGO
53. Hurries. : HIES
54. Constructed. : MADE

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 15 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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