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New York Times, Thursday, January 24, 1952

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 4.90, Missing: { J Q V X Z }, Scrabble score: 290 (avg 1.52)
Open Squares: 69, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 11
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 949
Across Down
1. Mr. Grimm or Mr. Grimes. : PETER
6. Celebrated Irish dramatist. : SHAW
10. Long for: Colloq. : ACHE
14. ___ Selassie, of Ethiopia. : HAILE
15. Musical ending. : CODA
16. Stick for driving cattle. : GOAD
17. Post for Mr. X. : AMBASSADOR
19. English novelist Bagnold. : ENID
20. Comprehend. : SEE
21. ___ d'oeuvres. : HORS
22. One way of cooking meat. : PANFRY
24. Platform. : ESTRADE
26. Tuesday: French. : MARDI
27. Former agency headed by Chester Bowles. : OPA
28. "This ___ world." : WORKADAY
31. Inclination. : TASTE
34. Praises highly and insistently: Colloq. : TOUTS
35. Arab's sleeveless garment. : ABA
36. Alms box in a church. : ARCA
37. Mr. Ford, author of "How to Guess Your Age." : COREY
38. Skier's delight. : SNOW
39. Indian U. N. delegate. : RAU
40. Certain city streets. : SLUMS
41. Organization. : SETUP
42. Cream of the sports crop. : ALLSTARS
44. Female rabbit. : DOE
45. Does the honors at tea. : POURS
46. Believe. : SUPPOSE
50. Film on copper: Var. : PATINE
52. Make figures on metal. : ETCH
53. He works with figures. : CPA
54. Borodin's operatic prince. : IGOR
55. Maj. Gen. Howard M. Turner, for instance. : NEGOTIATOR
58. Angling fly : LURE
59. Indian of Montana. : CROW
60. Country lad. : SWAIN
61. ___ Majesté. : LESE
62. Facility. : EASE
63. Discloses. : TELLS
1. Stage of development. : PHASE
2. Famous American soprano. : EAMES
3. Land of the prayer wheel. : TIBET
4. Highest note. : ELA
5. Put into different form. : RESHAPE
6. Sudden fright. : SCARE
7. Mortar trays. : HODS
8. Fuss. : ADO
9. Sabre-rattling political group. : WARPARTY
10. Work for the U. N. : AGENDA
11. Baruch's role to three Presidents. : CONFIDANT
12. Very small distance. : HAIR
13. Nelson of the movies. : EDDY
18. Soft drink. : SODA
23. Clumsy vehicles: Colloq. : ARKS
25. Roster. : ROTA
26. Pouts. : MOUES
28. Contemptible creatures. : WORMS
29. Oriental name. : ABOU
30. Scream, as a bird. : YAWP
31. Scarlett O'Hara's home. : TARA
32. 26,200 square miles of water, in Asia. : ARAL
33. Figure workers. : SCULPTORS
34. French city on the Loire. : TOURS
37. Play by Booth Tarkington. : CLARENCE
38. Percolate slowly. : SEEP
40. Stupefy. : STUN
41. Adroit but unsound reasoner. : SOPHIST
43. Evening party. : SOIREE
44. Tube or canal. : DUCT
46. Winter sports center near Mt. Mansfield. : STOWE
47. Eight-pinned radio tube socket. : OCTAL
48. Damage irreparably. : SPOIL
49. Merits. : EARNS
50. Tablet. : PILL
51. Cold chill. : AGUE
52. Conceits. : EGOS
56. Division of time. : ERA
57. Reverence. : AWE

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 9 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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