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New York Times, Wednesday, January 2, 1952

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.03, Missing: { F J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 277 (avg 1.45)
Open Squares: 71, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 2, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 9
PS notes: Original 45-Across clue was missing the period after "Jan"; added it. Original 62-Across clue had "lost"; changed it to "Lost."
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 927
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1. Army man at the Pentagon. : PACE
5. Wise lawgiver. : SOLON
10. "___ were the good old days." : THEM
14. An object of peculiar interest. : IDOL
15. Worship. : ADORE
16. Claudio's beloved in "Much Ado." : HERO
17. Miss Bett. : LULU
18. Pictured on the reverse side of a Jeffersonian nickel. : MONTICELLO
20. Gen. Marshall's home in Virginia. : LEESBURG
22. Arranged in a regular series. : GRADED
23. Rouses to anger. : IRES
24. What Jim Fuchs tosses. : SHOT
25. Something very astonishing. : MARVEL
28. Descriptive of the furniture in a haunted house. : COBWEBBY
32. Diurnal sign of the zodiac. : ARIES
33. Game at Bostwick Field. : POLO
34. To laugh: French. : RIRE
35. It flows through the Big and Small Inch. : GAS
36. Periods of inertia. : TORPORS
39. ___ Juana. : TIA
40. Output of cerebration. : IDEA
42. Hamsters, guinea pigs, etc. : PETS
43. Famous British essayist. : PATER
45. It meets again on Jan. 8. : CONGRESS
47. Runners. : MILERS
48. Disdainful mien. : AIRS
49. First-rate. : AONE
50. Growing above the tree line. : ALPINE
53. Municipal officer. : ALDERMAN
57. Device by which King Arthur avoided quarrels. : ROUNDTABLE
59. Volume. : TOME
60. Important part of war production. : ARMS
61. Mah-jongg pieces. : TILES
62. "Paradise Lost," for instance. : EPIC
63. Outgeneral. : BEAT
64. Catkin. : AMENT
65. Scrivener's place. : DESK
1. Hypochondriac's delight. : PILL
2. Together: Music. : ADUE
3. Legendary king of Britain. : COLE
4. Tricksy. : ELUSIVE
5. Pupil of Eli. : SAMUEL
6. They appeal to the olfactory sense. : ODORS
7. Governor or Senator of the Pelican State. : LONG
8. Fragment of little value. : ORT
9. Canada is one. : NEIGHBOR
10. Leland Hayward's domain. : THEATER
11. Harbored. : HELD
12. Mr. Gardner. : ERLE
13. Frame of mind. : MOOD
19. Infant's expression of joy. : CROW
21. French seaport and naval station. : BREST
24. Flights by Blair and Odom. : SOLOS
25. Thurston's forte. : MAGIC
26. Cultivated land in southwest U. S. : ARADO
27. Swelled in quantity. : RISEN
28. Native Christians of Egypt. : COPTS
29. Please: German. : BITTE
30. The wild rose. : BRIER
31. The time of one's life. : YEARS
33. Critical comment of newspapers. : PRESS
37. Sigmund Romberg's forte. : OPERETTA
38. Quill. : SPINE
41. On the other side. : AGAINST
44. In a state of vigilance. : ALERTED
46. Part of a cheese. : RIND
47. Free from vanity. : MODEST
49. His embassy is at Belgrade. : ALLEN
50. Burnoose wearer. : ARAB
51. Knowledge on a particular subject. : LORE
52. Mountain lion. : PUMA
53. Having power. : ABLE
54. Be in the doldrums. : MOPE
55. Friends from Paree. : AMIS
56. Isthmus. : NECK
58. Order on the firing range. : AIM

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 7 debuted here and reused later.

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