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New York Times, Friday, November 9, 1951

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.16, Missing: { F Q V X }, Scrabble score: 284 (avg 1.49)
Open Squares: 77, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 5, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 13
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 873
Across Down
1. Reindeer driver, steady. : LAPP
5. Enemy jet in Korean sky. : MIG
8. ___ Flow, British naval base in the Orkneys. : SCAPA
13. Away from windward. : ALEE
14. In exalted lyric style. : ODIC
16. Cinematized golfer. : HOGAN
17. Mr. Stassen's home state. : MINNESOTA
19. Garnish. : ADORN
20. Runner-up for baseball's "best manager," 1951. : STENGEL
21. What Taft wants to be. : NOMINEE
23. Catch phrases. : TAGS
24. All-American ladies. : DAR
25. Luck: Irish. : CESS
26. Predicts trouble. : WARNS
28. The S in L. S. D. : SOLIDI
30. A form of energy. : HEAT
31. Wellington is its capital. : NEWZEALAND
35. Sea eagle. : ERN
36. Tapering, triangular or swallow-tailed flags. : PENNONS
37. Indian at the U. N. : RAU
38. Wall coat not made with oil. : WATERPAINT
40. Auspices. : EGIS
41. Honk a horn. : TOOTLE
42. Bent to pray. : KNELT
43. Church recess. : APSE
46. Robert Bruce's motto. : TRY
47. Author of "Double Indemnity." : CAIN
48. Custodian of a property. : CHARGEE
50. Clement's opponent. : WINSTON
53. Divine or spiritual food. : MANNA
54. Internal boundary. : STATELINE
56. Founded: Abbr. : ESTAB
57. Fermented beverage made from rice. : SAKE
58. Goals. : ENDS
59. Popular circus performers. : SEALS
60. Man's nickname. : JED
61. Takes note of. : SEES
1. Becomes a fugitive: Slang. : LAMS
2. Settled upon. : ALIT
3. Piercing, sharp. : PENETRANT
4. Emblem for the Yankee Stadium. : PENNANT
5. Novel by Sholem Asch. : MOSES
6. Person or thing blindly adored. : IDOL
7. "___ along, little dogies." : GIT
8. False. : SHAM
9. Supplement to a will. : CODICIL
10. Past: Archaic. : AGONE
11. Trims. : PARES
12. Queen ___ lace. : ANNES
15. Strategic part of America's defense. : CANALZONE
18. Ingredient of soufflés. : EGGS
22. Part of the world. : ORIENT
24. Softly, as with feathers. : DOWNILY
26. Cry of amazement. : WHEW
27. Epoch: Var. : AERA
28. Wife of a legislator. : SENATRESS
29. The: German. : DAS
31. Nephew: Scot. : NEPOTE
32. Scene of important election this Sunday. : ARGENTINE
33. 2¼ inches. : NAIL
34. Kind of bowl. : DUST
36. Expert golf player. : PRO
39. Undying. : ETERNAL
40. Isolates. : ENISLES
42. Radio private eye, Martin ___. : KANE
43. Peaks. : ACMES
44. Passing stage. : PHASE
45. Reindeer driver, seasonal. : SANTA
47. Mentioned for bravery. : CITED
49. Gossips. : GABS
50. Tiny U. S. Pacific base. : WAKE
51. Wavy: Heraldry. : ONDE
52. Common suffix. : NESS
55. ___ Mahal. : TAJ

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 10 debuted here and reused later, 4 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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