It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker. Please consider supporting our site by purchasing an account.

New York Times, Saturday, January 19, 1952

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 80, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 4.78, Missing: { Q V Z }, Scrabble score: 324 (avg 1.70)
Open Squares: 71, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 5, XRef: 0, Spans: 5, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 10
1
C
2
H
3
I
4
N
5
A
6
P
7
O
8
P
9
E
10
A
11
J
12
A
13
R
14
A
O
N
E
S
15
O
R
E
L
16
R
A
R
A
17
M
A
T
T
H
18
E
W
B
R
I
19
D
G
W
A
Y
20
P
R
E
S
21
W
E
S
T
22
R
O
A
N
S
23
S
Y
R
24
H
E
R
25
B
A
T
H
26
D
27
O
O
R
28
S
29
W
A
T
30
A
31
D
32
J
33
F
34
I
E
R
Y
35
P
H
I
L
36
T
R
I
O
37
U
N
P
A
T
38
R
I
O
T
I
39
C
A
L
L
Y
40
A
D
E
N
41
O
U
R
S
42
U
R
A
L
S
43
D
O
N
44
C
O
S
T
45
G
E
O
L
46
D
47
E
C
K
48
P
A
D
49
N
50
A
51
Y
52
S
53
T
E
R
N
54
B
55
A
I
L
56
S
E
G
O
57
H
E
N
R
Y
58
M
O
R
G
E
59
N
T
H
A
U
60
A
L
C
O
61
D
O
N
G
62
B
A
R
I
N
63
H
O
E
R
64
X
R
A
Y
65
S
T
U
N
G
© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 944
Across Down
1. Large problem for the State Department. : CHINA
6. He wears the "Fisherman's Ring." : POPE
10. Open. : AJAR
14. First-class things. : AONES
15. City in Russia. : OREL
16. Unusual, as ___ avis. : RARA
17. He works in the Dai Ichi Building. : MATTHEWBRIDGWAY
20. Near: French. : PRES
21. The Occident. : WEST
22. Chestnut horses. : ROANS
23. Where Aleppo is: Abbr. : SYR
24. Pronoun. : HER
25. City, famous for mineral springs. : BATH
26. Exit. : DOOR
28. Hit energetically: Colloq. : SWAT
30. Military assistant: Abbr. : ADJ
33. Easily angered. : FIERY
35. Mr. Silvers. : PHIL
36. Movie of Mr. Maugham's stories. : TRIO
37. Showing no affection for one's country. : UNPATRIOTICALLY
40. Port in Arabia. : ADEN
41. Pronoun. : OURS
42. Boundary between two continents. : URALS
43. Spanish title. : DON
44. The C in H. C. L. : COST
45. Science of the earth: Abbr. : GEOL
46. Fifty-two cards. : DECK
48. Tablet. : PAD
49. A denial. : NAY
52. Part of a ship. : STERN
54. Bondsman's money. : BAIL
56. Lily plant. : SEGO
57. Secretary of the Treasury, 1934–45. : HENRYMORGENTHAU
60. Small dog of tropical America. : ALCO
61. Sound of a bell. : DONG
62. Nobleman of old Russia. : BARIN
63. Wielder of a weeding tool. : HOER
64. Roentgen's discovery. : XRAY
65. Bit. : STUNG
1. Military installations. : CAMPS
2. Venerable. : HOARY
3. Mutual reliance. : INTERDEPENDENCE
4. Fisherman's necessity. : NETS
5. Pulverized lava. : ASH
6. "___ politics." : POWER
7. Spheres. : ORBS
8. Impudent. : PERT
9. Mr. Whitney. : ELI
10. Peculiar language. : ARGOT
11. Name in the headlines. : JAWAHARLALNEHRU
12. Isles including Inishmore. : ARAN
13. Fish that live on the sea bottom. : RAYS
18. Pitcher. : EWER
19. Mild expletive. : DRAT
24. Gen. Vandenberg, COS, USAF. : HOYT
25. ___ Ha'i. : BALI
27. African seaport. : ORAN
28. One of Mr. Truman's secretaries. : SHORT
29. Mental abilities. : WITS
31. British Field Marshal, buried in Arlington. : DILL
32. Pleasures. : JOYS
33. Former king of Egypt. : FUAD
34. ___ China. : INDO
35. Name in the headlines. : PIUS
36. Food for Polynesians. : TARO
38. Chess piece. : ROOK
39. Prompted. : CUED
44. Metropolitan college. : CCNY
45. Weather phenomenon. : GALE
47. Faux pas. : ERROR
48. Custodian of a bank. : PIGGY
50. In return. : AGAIN
51. Mahonri ___, noted sculptor. : YOUNG
52. Pahlevi of Iran. : SHAH
53. End: Comb. form. : TELO
54. Unmannerly person. : BOOR
55. Wild buffalo. : ARNA
56. Standing: Comb. form. : STAT
58. 1510. : MDX
59. Notes for special attention: Abbr. : NBS

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 7 debuted here and reused later, 5 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

Found bugs or have suggestions?

|