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New York Times, Saturday, October 18, 1952

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.97, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 274 (avg 1.45)
Open Squares: 67, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 2, XRef: 0, Spans: 3, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 4
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 1,217
Across Down
1. An October birthstone. : OPAL
5. Miss Barton, American Red Cross organizer, 1881. : CLARA
10. Companion of "call." : BECK
14. Canal: Spanish. : CANO
15. Relative of a gimlet. : AUGER
16. To me: Fr. : AMOI
17. Singer of a river song: 3 wds. : THEVOLGABOATMAN
20. Tage Erlander's people. : SWEDES
21. Undergo a change. : MUTATE
22. High ball in tennis. : LOB
23. Motoring hazard. : GLARE
25. Andrew ___ Law, former British Prime Minister. : BONAR
28. Southern constellation. : ARA
29. Colloquialism. : IDIOM
33. One of the Waugh brothers. : ALEC
34. Mustang. : BRONCO
36. Military decoration. : DSO
37. Awe: 2 wds. : REVERENTIALFEAR
40. Cheerful: French. : GAI
41. Click beetle. : ELATER
42. High dudgeon. : RAGE
43. Phillies' star. : ENNIS
45. Jessica's suitor: Abbr. : LOR
46. Removes editorially. : DELES
47. Human beings. : SOULS
49. Subsidy. : AID
50. "Bonnie Prince Charley." : STUART
53. Throws into disorder. : UPSETS
56. Hush-hush subjects. : MILITARYSECRETS
60. City in Sicily. : ENNA
61. Personnel man. : HIRER
62. Title of the ruler of Yemen. : IMAM
63. Polar base in Greenland. : ETAH
64. Fresh. : SASSY
65. Sea, arm of the Arctic Ocean. : KARA
1. Calendar abbreviation. : OCT
2. Interjections of contempt. : PAHS
3. Again. : ANEW
4. One of the Cavalier poets. : LOVELACE
5. Spy in the land of Canaan. : CALEB
6. Pulls along with effort. : LUGS
7. Turkish general. : AGA
8. Insurgent: Colloq. : REB
9. Perfume. : AROMA
10. The "B" in R. B. I. : BATTED
11. One of Queen Juliana's names. : EMMA
12. Winter wear. : COAT
13. Cows: Poetic. : KINE
18. Gardenia, lilac or violet. : ODOR
19. President of France. : AURIOL
23. Scenic features at Capri and elsewhere. : GROTTOS
24. Poet and musician of the 19th century. : LANIER
25. Tugboat's tow. : BARGE
26. City on the Allegheny. : OLEAN
27. Composer of "The Rosary." : NEVIN
28. Former O. P. S. chief. : ARNALL
30. Noble objective. : IDEAL
31. River in Kansas and Missouri. : OSAGE
32. Customs or folkways of a group. : MORES
34. Barbara ___ Geddes. : BEL
35. Coupe. : CAR
38. Cape Cod or Palm Springs. : RESORT
39. King of Denmark. : FREDERIK
44. Great Hebrew prophet. : ISAIAH
46. Platter. : DISC
48. Indians of western U. S. : UTAHS
49. Monkeyshines. : APERY
50. Pochard or widgeon. : SMEE
51. Variety of a color. : TINT
52. Bone of the forearm. : ULNA
53. Puts into service. : USES
54. Musical theme. : TEMA
55. Symbol on our union jack. : STAR
57. Creek. : RIA
58. Periods of time: Abbr. : YRS
59. Not big: Scot. : SMA

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later, 7 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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