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New York Times, Tuesday, November 7, 1950

Author: Willard N. Jordan
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 35, Avg Word Len: 5.28, Missing: { J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 306 (avg 1.61)
Open Squares: 74, Cheaters: 8, FITB: 2, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 20
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© 1950, The New York TimesNo. 506
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1. Form of address in the Navy. : MISTER
7. The New Look, circa 1870. : BUSTLE
13. Oddmen of baseball. : UMPIRES
15. Amaze. : ASTOUND
17. The talk of Madrid. : SPANISH
18. Symbol of spinsterhood. : THIMBLE
19. Noted American artist and illustrator. : KENT
20. Tree chopper's "fore!" : TIMBER
22. Girl's nickname. : BAB
23. C. G. S. work unit. : ERG
24. Simba's footprints. : SPOOR
25. Man's nickname. : BERT
26. Imbricated. : TILED
29. Our Ambassador to Norway. : BAY
30. Co-founder of the Pony Express. : FARGO
31. Wordbook. : LEXICON
33. Gridiron aerialist. : PASSER
34. City on the Hudson. : TROY
35. Export of Japan. : SILK
36. Face. : VISAGE
39. Without arms. : GUNLESS
42. Miss Dunne. : IRENE
43. ___ Marché. : BON
44. Unexcitable one. : STOIC
46. Copper. : CENT
47. J. Abbott's juvenile hero. : ROLLO
49. Memorabilia. : ANA
50. Lizard State: Abbr. : ALA
51. Canopied seat on the back of an elephant. : HOWDAH
52. Weeding spade. : SPUD
53. Rodent's refuge. : RATHOLE
55. The Bromfields' hacienda. : MALABAR
57. Nosy person. : SNOOPER
58. Contribute to the development of. : PROMOTE
59. Stylish. : DRESSY
60. Summits. : APEXES
1. Powder and ball arm. : MUSKET
2. Endanger. : IMPERIL
3. Glittering dress ornament. : SPANGLE
4. Color. : TINT
5. Silkworm. : ERI
6. Takes a breather. : RESTS
7. Keeper of the "woodpile." : BATBOY
8. Seating guide. : USHER
9. Public interest. : STIR
10. Barnum's famous General. : TOM
11. Awkward seamen. : LUBBERS
12. Magnify. : ENLARGE
14. Youthful cabin attendant. : SHIPBOY
16. One under obligation to another. : DEBTOR
21. Bewail. : MOAN
25. Score in a popular game. : BASKET
27. Living. : EXTANT
28. Elegy. : DIRGE
30. Victoria ___. : FALLS
32. Mining hut in England. : COE
33. Brooch. : PIN
35. Hollywood stand-in for Old Sol. : SUNLAMP
36. Substitutes in office. : VICARS
37. Where Londonderry is. : IRELAND
38. He serves for six years. : SENATOR
39. Fort Knox contents. : GOLD
40. Popular Communist platform. : SOAPBOX
41. Wavy. : SINUATE
43. Famed Manhattan street. : BOWERY
45. Unit-forming military staffs. : CADRES
47. Assumed by thespians. : ROLES
48. He wrote "A Rage to Live." : OHARA
51. Bitter part of ale. : HOPS
52. Alike. : SAME
54. Inventor of rotary printing press. : HOE
56. Droop. : LOP

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 18 debuted here and reused later, 1 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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