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New York Times, Thursday, January 17, 1952

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 5.11, Missing: { B J Q U X }, Scrabble score: 299 (avg 1.58)
Open Squares: 77, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 5, XRef: 2, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 10
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 942
Across Down
1. The last Empress of Austria. : ZITA
5. Take off. : SHED
9. Miss Utley, author of "The China Story." : FREDA
14. Senator Johnston of S. C. : OLIN
15. Failure: Colloq. phrase. : NOGO
16. Knock down. : LEVEL
17. Senator Kerr is one. : OKLAHOMAN
19. Florida city known for phosphate mines. : OCALA
20. "Ay, tear her ___ ensign down!": Holmes. : TATTERED
21. Big birds. : CRANES
22. Dumbarton ___ Conference, cradle of U. N. : OAKS
23. Well-known mediator. : CHING
24. Lithe and lissome. : SVELTE
27. I. T. U. members. : PRINTERS
30. Khartoum's river. : NILE
31. Time to "come down to Kew." : LILAC
33. Sliced cabbage. : SLAW
34. Member of genus Ulmus. : ELM
35. Part of a hair-do. : RAT
36. Verbal contraction. : IVE
37. In a different form. : ANEW
39. Escapes slowly and quietly. : OOZES
41. Joint of hinge type. : KNEE
42. Vronsky's beloved. : KARENINA
44. Reader of Dr. Spock. : PARENT
46. Six or seven times a week. : DAILY
47. Distance Gil Dodds often ran. : MILE
48. Topic on Wall Street. : SHARES
50. Departed suddenly. : DECAMPED
54. Find fault frivolously. : CAVIL
55. Living Buddha of Tibet. : DALAILAMA
56. Caliban's opposite. : ARIEL
57. Agatha Christie concoction. : PLOT
58. Crocus. : IRID
59. Italian 16th century poet. : TASSO
60. Without: Latin. : SINE
61. Gen. Gruenther's bailiwick. : NATO
1. ___ suit. : ZOOT
2. Girl's name. : ILKA
3. An awning. : TILT
4. M. France of France. : ANATOLE
5. Submarine breathing system. : SNORKEL
6. F. H. A. problem. : HOMES
7. Oldtime oath. : EGAD
8. Rostov's river. : DON
9. The gulden of the Netherlands. : FLORIN
10. Takes back openly. : RECANTS
11. It begins: "This is the forest primeval . . . " : EVANGELINE
12. Cancel. : DELE
13. "Pigeons in the grass ___." : ALAS
18. Tropical topic. : HEAT
21. Adjective for a new hat. : CHIC
23. Box of oranges. : CRATE
24. Furtive filcher. : SNEAK
25. City formerly in Poland, now capital of Lithuania. : VILNA
26. Former O. W. I. head. : ELMERDAVIS
27. Public square. : PLAZA
28. Symbol of ill omen. : RAVEN
29. British dessert. : SWEET
32. Jonathan Swift's stylistic weapon. : IRONY
38. Bores. : WEARIES
39. Medium of 50 Down. : OILS
40. Having spikes, as a plant. : SPICATE
41. Heart of Moscow. : KREMLIN
43. Metal design using a black alloy. : NIELLO
45. Mountains of Kirghiz. : ALAI
47. Juicy fruit. : MELON
48. Aeleurophobe's cry. : SCAT
49. ___ kiri. : HARA
50. Spanish painter, exponent of many isms. : DALI
51. One of Brazil's largest states. : PARA
52. Let forth. : EMIT
53. Decorated lower part of a wall. : DADO
55. People in search of 6 Down. : DPS

Answer summary: 10 debuted here and reused later, 5 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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