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New York Times, Wednesday, October 22, 1952

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 31, Avg Word Len: 5.39, Missing: { F J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 265 (avg 1.37)
Open Squares: 94, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 1, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 13
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 1,221
Across Down
1. Dwellers by a famous tower. : PISANS
7. Performer at the microphone. : VOCALIST
15. Sarcastic. : IRONIC
16. A moral fable. : APOLOGUE
17. A vacation asea. : CRUISE
18. Plays in Rugby football. : LINEOUTS
19. Part of the dicky bird's song. : TIT
20. Dartmouth's football team. : INDIANS
22. Lawyer: Abbr. : ATT
23. Expressions of aversion. : UGHS
25. Direction faced by Miss Liberty. : EAST
26. Poison for arrow tips. : INEE
27. Fast-moving. : RAPID
29. Floral emblem of Wales. : LEEK
31. Program. : CARD
32. And elsewhere: Latin. : ETALIBI
34. Disposal. : SALE
36. Skin fold under an ox's neck. : DEWLAP
37. Men of great wealth. : NABOBS
41. Name meaning "man." : ENOS
43. A few. : SEVERAL
44. Above: German. : UBER
47. Lo; behold: Latin. : ECCE
49. Actress MacMahon. : ALINE
50. "His name was Dapple Gray." : PONY
51. League of which Egypt is a member. : ARAB
53. In music, a whole step. : TONE
54. A short smoke. : CIG
55. Heroine of "Great Expectations." : ESTELLA
58. Wool-staple knot. : NEP
59. Estrange. : ALIENATE
61. Name for New York or Georgia. : EMPIRE
63. Name for a newspaper. : SENTINEL
64. Alloy for uniting metal joints. : SOLDER
65. Tramplers. : TREADERS
66. Appointed meetings. : TRYSTS
1. Imagined, described or drew. : PICTURED
2. Water. : IRRIGATE
3. "Preacher" Roe, for instance. : SOUTHPAW
4. Arch-billed cuckoo. : ANI
5. Unless: Latin. : NISI
6. An incident in real life. : SCENE
7. A piece of baggage. : VALISE
8. Products of the poppy. : OPIATES
9. Where Purtell and Benton are running: Abbr. : CONN
10. English festivals. : ALES
11. Chinese name. : LOO
12. Large lizard. : IGUANA
13. Frontiersman of the California gold rush. : SUTTER
14. Examined. : TESTED
21. Spanish painter. : DALI
24. A French wine. : SILLERY
26. Arctic wall of ice. : ICEBELT
28. Girl's name. : DIAN
30. Orson Welles role, "Citizen ___." : KANE
33. Brotherhood founded in 1868. : BPOE
35. Product of Hibok Hibok. : LAVA
38. Certain showers of meteors. : ORIONIDS
39. Small flag. : BANNERET
40. Railroad cars. : SLEEPERS
42. Disperse. : SCATTER
43. Ornamental stamp. : SEAL
44. Directed aloft. : UPCAST
45. Kettle. : BOILER
46. It makes the wheels go round. : ENGINE
48. Receptacles for fish. : CREELS
52. Hallowed. : BLEST
55. City in Oklahoma. : ENID
56. Logical. : SANE
57. Winged child in art. : AMOR
60. Fraternity letter. : ETA
62. Layer of cloth. : PLY

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 10 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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