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New York Times, Wednesday, January 16, 1952

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.97, Missing: { J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 307 (avg 1.62)
Open Squares: 71, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 13
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 941

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Students & seniors
Across
1. Lure of the Caribbean. : CUBA
5. A silent fellow. : CLAM
9. Weizmann of Israel. : CHAIM
14. One standard quantity. : UNIT
15. Book of hours. : HORA
16. She wrote "Under Two Flags." : OUIDA
17. Without delay: 2 wds. : RIGHTAWAY
19. City in southern France. : NIMES
20. U. S. Ambassador to India. : BOWLES
21. An unauthorized vacation. : LOAF
23. Dine. : EAT
24. Under a witchcraft spell. : HEXED
26. He bequeathed $9,000,000 for benefactors of mankind. : NOBEL
28. Mystery author Halliday. : BRETT
30. Helicopter mission at sea. : RESCUE
33. He stands for Korea. : RHEE
34. The United States, according to Israel Zangwill. : MELTINGPOT
38. A length of fish. : EEL
39. Transmitted electronically. : RADIOED
40. Greek letter. : RHO
41. Olympia is its capital. : WASHINGTON
43. Timekeeper's signal. : GONG
44. The trouble with a yacht. : UPKEEP
45. Beverage. : COCOA
46. Galli ___, a famous "Mimi." : CURCI
48. A room in a "pension." : SALLE
50. Embargo. : BAN
51. United. : ONED
54. Highland boy. : LADDIE
57. Sir Tristram's working clothes. : ARMOR
59. Melville's "Handsome Sailor." : BILLYBUDD
61. Henry ___ Wallace. : AGARD
62. Talk with excess enthusiasm. : RAVE
63. Square footage. : AREA
64. Senator Russell and Governor Earl of Louisiana. : LONGS
65. Man's name. : OLIN
66. 500 sheets of paper. : REAM
Down
1. A Wall Street exchange. : CURB
2. European mussel. : UNIO
3. Central figures: 2 wds. : BIGWHEELS
4. Olympic material. : ATHLETE
5. Hot pursuit. : CHASE
6. Noted cartoonist. : LOW
7. Inland sea of Asia. : ARAL
8. A famous clinic. : MAYO
9. Circumvent. : CONFOUND
10. Secret society in China. : HUI
11. Evangelist McPherson. : AIMEE
12. Dream boat. : IDEAL
13. Flagpole. : MAST
18. School book. : TEXT
22. ___ régime, pre-Revolution France. : ANCIEN
25. Coat with flour. : DREDGE
27. Before you borrow or steal. : BEG
28. Make tea. : BREW
29. American ostrich. : RHEA
31. Small typewriter type. : ELITE
32. Condescends. : STOOPS
34. Dwarf. : MANKIN
35. Parliamentary order. : PROCEDURE
36. An emphatic negative: 2 wds. : OHNO
37. Caesar's robe. : TOGA
39. Chute strings. : RIPCORDS
42. Chariot-racer Ben. : HUR
43. Fort Knox item. : GOLDBAR
45. A kind of pigeon. : CLAY
46. Stevedore's burden. : CARGO
47. Drain of courage. : UNMAN
49. TV joke juggler. : ALLEN
50. False god in the Bible. : BAAL
52. River of Spain. : EBRO
53. Part of a timepiece. : DIAL
55. A mental achievement. : IDEA
56. Cheese made in Holland. : EDAM
58. Word dropped from U. N. title: Abbr. : ORG
60. Fifty-six. : LVI

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 11 debuted here and reused later, 4 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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