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New York Times, Friday, November 2, 1951

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 5.11, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 276 (avg 1.46)
Open Squares: 67, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 3, XRef: 2, Spans: 2, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 12
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 866
Across Down
1. Connecticut's adopted carrier. : TARAWA
7. Indian of New Mexico and Arizona. : NAVAHO
13. Altar boy. : ACOLYTE
15. Mexican shawls. : SERAPES
16. Their sympathies are far to the left of 17 Down. : FELLOWTRAVELERS
18. Locust. : TREE
19. Egg-shaped. : OOID
20. Rex Stout's heavyweight sleuth. : NERO
21. With. : AMONG
23. Attention. : EAR
24. Showed consideration for. : SPARED
27. 1952 Olympic games location. : HELSINKI
32. Dead-end kid's pronoun. : YOUSE
33. Sudden attempt: Colloq. : STAB
34. Assumed haughtiness. : AIRS
35. Something inert or heavy. : LOG
36. Is half asleep. : DROWSES
39. Decaliter: Abbr. : DAL
40. An automobile tire: French. : PNEU
42. Revise for publication. : EDIT
43. Seat of the International Court of Justice. : HAGUE
45. H. S. T.'s foreign affairs adviser. : HARRIMAN
47. Forrestal, Johnson, Marshall, ___. : LOVETT
48. Blackbird. : ANI
49. Forest clearing. : GLADE
51. Gov. Arn's stale: Abbr. : KANS
53. President O'Kelly. : SEAN
54. American ostrich. : RHEA
58. Creed of 16 Across. : ANTIAMERICANISM
61. Popular garden flower. : PETUNIA
62. British battleship sunk off Malaya. : REPULSE
63. Associated with. : TEAMED
64. Famous name in baseball. : SISLER
1. Charles Phelps ___. : TAFT
2. Maple tree genus. : ACER
3. Characterization. : ROLE
4. Listening intently: 2 wds. : ALLEARS
5. Cheyenne is its capital: Abbr. : WYO
6. Phoebe ___ Taylor, Cape Cod raconteur. : ATWOOD
7. Carson City is its capital: Abbr. : NEV
8. Spheres of action. : ARENAS
9. Girl's name. : VALERIA
10. Copier. : APER
11. Man of valor. : HERO
12. Donovan's famous outfit. : OSS
14. Short jacket. : ETON
15. Morose. : SAD
17. A De Gaullist, politically speaking. : RIGHTWINGER
22. Reward. : MEED
23. Magdeburg's river. : ELBE
24. Any girl after a session of dieting. : SYLPH
25. City 75 miles SE of Bombay. : POONA
26. Carpenter's tool larger than a gimlet. : AUGER
28. Far, Near, Middle. : EAST
29. Dress stone with a hammer. : NIDGE
30. Cabbage dish. : KRAUT
31. Safety zone in a British street. : ISLET
33. Saleratus. : SODA
37. Ancient people of Gaul. : REMI
38. Wearing shoes. : SHOD
41. Material for Los Alamos. : URANIUM
44. Infernal region, to which descent is easy. : AVERNUS
46. Utterly senseless. : INSANE
47. Cavalry weapons. : LANCES
50. Fox's den. : LAIR
51. Where the patella is. : KNEE
52. Species of ant at the Bronx Zoo. : ATTA
53. Popular mise en scène in current fiction. : SEA
55. Knoll. : HILL
56. Being. : ESSE
57. Native of the U. S.: Abbr. : AMER
58. Clever. : APT
59. Among. : MID
60. Mountain in the Himalayas, less than 5,000 ft. under Everest. : API

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 9 debuted here and reused later, 3 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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