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New York Times, Saturday, January 26, 1952

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 32, Avg Word Len: 5.51, Missing: { J K Q Z }, Scrabble score: 284 (avg 1.47)
Open Squares: 84, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 5, XRef: 2, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 22
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 951
Across Down
1. He swindled N. Y. C. out of millions, 1870. : BOSSTWEED
10. Golf champion. : HOGAN
15. Early afternoon. : ONETHIRTY
16. Winged. : ALATE
17. Gesture indicative of deep respect. : REVERENCE
18. Awaits. : BIDES
19. Grecian princess. : IRENE
20. Street sweepers in India: Var. : BHANGIS
22. Hand-to-hand fight. : MELEE
24. Timber tree of East Indies. : POON
25. Conceit. : EGO
26. Spanish seaport from which Columbus sailed. : PALOS
27. More than half. : SIXTENTHS
29. Let it stand. : STET
30. Housing agency. : FHA
31. Best: Comb. form. : ARIST
32. Another name for an Eli. : YALENSIAN
35. Brown-tinted photograph. : SEPIA
37. Common suffix. : IOR
38. Madame Bovary. : EMMA
42. Member of inactive military force. : RESERVIST
44. Member of the wedding. : GROOM
45. Cereal seed. : OAT
46. Fluff. : LINT
47. Famous Finnish runner. : NURMI
48. Idealistic. : UTOPIAN
50. Stylish fur piece. : STOLE
52. Greek associated with the wooden horse. : SINON
53. A match, in Paris. : ALLUMETTE
57. M. Zola. : EMILE
58. Vincent Youmans' song from "No, No, Nanette." : TEAFORTWO
59. Zoo attractions. : SEALS
60. Spread. : EXPANSION
1. Polish general who held Warsaw 63 days during World War II. : BOR
2. Half of 55 Down. : ONE
3. Where the Alcazar Palace is. : SEVILLE
4. Something lacking originality. : STEREOTYPE
5. Fates, Furies or Graces. : THREES
6. Capital of Austria. : WIEN
7. Frank ___, lightweight champion, 1899. : ERNE
8. Other things, unspecified: Abbr. : ETC
9. Container for coloring materials: 2 wds. : DYEBOX
10. Risë Stevens sings it. : HABANERA
11. ___ Downes, music critic. : OLIN
12. Novel contrivances. : GADGETS
13. "Dinner ___": 2 wds. : ATEIGHT
14. Centaur shot by Hercules: Greek. : NESSOS
21. Contents of some pre-election speeches: 2 wds. : HOTAIR
22. Certain policemen. : MPS
23. Corrode. : EAT
24. William Kapell, for instance. : PIANIST
27. Novel by H. Rider Haggard. : SHE
28. Siam has had ___ named Rama: 2 wds. : NINERULERS
30. Princess in "The Prisoner of Zenda." : FLAVIA
33. Modern transportation systems. : AIRLINES
34. Toper. : SOT
35. Nautical chronology. : SEATIME
36. Tallinn is its capital. : ESTONIA
39. Alleged gambler slain in New Jersey. : MORETTI
40. Member of the family. : MOM
41. Friend in Paris. : AMI
42. ___ Point, N. Y., at Canadian border. : ROUSES
43. Hereditary. : INNATE
44. Part of a sundial. : GNOMON
49. Analysis of public opinion. : POLL
50. Rebuff. : SLAP
51. Porous limestone. : TUFA
54. The law: Latin. : LEX
55. "Company." : TWO
56. Age. : EON

Answer summary: 10 unique to this puzzle, 12 debuted here and reused later, 4 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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