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New York Times, Friday, September 28, 1951

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 5.11, Missing: { F Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 293 (avg 1.55)
Open Squares: 79, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 17
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 831

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Students & seniors
Across
1. Miss Blair or Miss Leigh. : JANET
6. Figure in recent baseball hearing. : COBB
10. Late Mr. Ragland. : RAGS
14. Macaw. : ARARA
15. Competent. : ABLE
16. Tie score. : EVEN
17. Affected with great excitement. : MANIC
18. All: Fr. : TOUS
19. ___ and Dance. : DINE
20. Family scapegrace. : BLACKSHEEP
22. Hour: Latin. : HORA
23. Nonclerical. : LAY
24. Dressed fussily. : PREENED
26. Harvested. : REAPED
30. ___ de lune. : CLAIR
31. Emigrant island. : ELLIS
32. It is used in Mecca. : PRAYERRUG
36. Dash. : ELAN
37. Silent persons: Fr. : MUETS
38. Rumanian city. : IASI
39. Surprise candidate. : DARKHORSE
41. Fury. : ANGER
42. Talkth like thith. : LISPS
43. Boil down for pocket magazines. : DIGEST
44. A kind of candy. : CARAMEL
47. Yours and mine. : OUR
48. In the center of. : AMID
49. Contracts in which workers agree not to join union. : YELLOWDOGS
55. South of France. : MIDI
56. Cooled. : ICED
57. Man's nickname. : AUGIE
58. Former New Jersey Governor. : EDGE
59. Forward end of an aircraft. : NOSE
60. Football cheers. : YELLS
61. R. E., Lila, Light Horse Harry, etc. : LEES
62. Girl's nickname. : GWEN
63. They come out of the attic in winter. : SLEDS
Down
1. Door upright. : JAMB
2. A Soviet sea. : ARAL
3. Nurse. : NANA
4. Mr. Ambler. : ERIC
5. Between ends and guards. : TACKLES
6. Starlet O'Donnell. : CATHY
7. Hautboy. : OBOE
8. All-in-one dinner. : BLUEPLATE
9. Bespatters. : BESPRAYS
10. Something that diverts attention from main issue. : REDHERRING
11. Airplane: Fr. : AVION
12. Style of painting. : GENRE
13. "Slammin' Sam" of the fairways. : SNEAD
21. Blue. : SAD
25. Obsolete form of "awe." : EIE
26. Justice appointed in 1938. : REED
27. Miss Raines or Miss Logan. : ELLA
28. Winged. : ALAR
29. Fishing flies or cocktails. : PINKLADIES
30. Salad green. : CRESS
32. Subject of Gelett Burgess' famous quatrain. : PURPLECOW
33. See red. : RAGE
34. Puts into service. : USES
35. Surrounded. : GIRT
37. Shuffling along: Slang. : MOSEYING
40. Pronoun. : HIM
41. Where planes fly. : AIRWAYS
43. For two players. : DUO
44. A brown color. : CAMEL
45. Chemical compound. : AMIDE
46. Long narrow chain of hills. : RIDGE
47. Of yore. : OLDEN
50. ___ Majeste. : LESE
51. Combat for two. : DUEL
52. Flirtatious look. : OGLE
53. Paint with gold. : GILD
54. Bar of a soap frame. : SESS

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 13 debuted here and reused later.

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