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New York Times, Thursday, January 3, 1952

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 37, Avg Word Len: 5.22, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 286 (avg 1.52)
Open Squares: 84, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 1, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 11
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 928
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1. Well-known theatrical director. : RATOFF
7. Symbols of harvest. : SHEAVES
14. Candidates for Hollywood. : APOLLOS
16. She danced Fokine's "Swan." : PAVLOVA
17. Conclusion of a movie scene. : FADEOUT
18. Relating to a school of Greek philosophy. : ELEATIC
19. First syllable of a light-hearted refrain. : TRA
20. Bing Crosby's sobriquet. : GROANER
22. Leather for sport shoes. : ELK
23. Farm enclosure. : STY
24. Galsworthy's "man of property." : FORSYTE
26. Famous name in radio. : VALLEE
28. Man's nickname. : RAFE
32. Well-known Los Angeles beach. : MALIBU
35. Forest along the Meuse Riuver. : ARDENNES
38. Marries in secret. : ELOPES
39. Salt of a certain acid. : OLEATE
40. Mrs. Marshall's book. : TOGETHER
43. Our: Latin. : NOSTER
44. Large pitcher. : EWER
45. Disavow an opinion. : RECANT
47. Goal of most thespians. : STARDOM
50. Suffix meaning "feast day." : MAS
53. Relief group for Korean war sufferers, Douglas Fairbanks its chairman. : ARK
56. Collected. : AMASSED
58. Francis Biddle's political group. : ADA
59. Part of a football team. : LINEMEN
61. Subject of household debates. : ECONOMY
63. President Bjornsson's country. : ICELAND
64. Modern aspirant in field of 16 Across. : SHEARER
65. With respect to. : TOWARDS
66. Symbol of royalty. : ERMINE
1. Floats. : RAFTS
2. Separate. : APART
3. The present time. : TODAY
4. Man's name. : OLE
5. Thrash. : FLOG
6. Make pretensions that can't be borne out. : FOURFLUSH
7. He wrote, "The Shepheardes Calender." : SPENSER
8. Jack ___, comedian. : HALEY
9. Turn inside out. : EVERT
10. Governor Persons' state: Abbr. : ALA
11. Free man's privilege. : VOTE
12. Sinful. : EVIL
13. Old-time wine of Spain. : SACK
15. Soda-fountain seat. : STOOL
21. Field of action. : AREA
25. The late Mr. Bevin. : ERNEST
26. Philip Wylie's "Generation." : VIPERS
27. Encourage. : ABET
29. Of the body: Abbr. : ANAT
30. Special entertainment. : FETE
31. Weights of Denmark. : ESER
32. Dole out. : METE
33. Underneath: Nautical. : ALOW
34. Box seat. : LOGE
36. Hollywood's telephone inventor. : DONAMECHE
37. Man's name. : ELON
41. Small chores. : ERRANDS
42. Indians. : REDS
46. Has a friendly chat: Var. : COSES
48. King David's daughter. : TAMAR
49. Alter, as the Constitution. : AMEND
50. Native of Auckland. : MAORI
51. Copy writers. : ADMEN
52. City in Pennsylvania. : SAYRE
53. Disembarked. : ALIT
54. Current star of "South Pacific." : RICO
55. Understood. : KNEW
57. Agent. : DOER
60. Note of Guido's scale. : ELA
62. Big business group. : NAM

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 9 debuted here and reused later, 3 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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