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New York Times, Monday, October 27, 1952

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 32, Avg Word Len: 5.22, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 276 (avg 1.43)
Open Squares: 76, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 5, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 15
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 1,226
Across Down
1. Energy. : SNAP
5. Round cap. : BERET
10. Third man. : ABEL
14. Where a certain flower grows. : WALL
15. One of the three R's: Abbr. : ARITH
16. Tongue-lash. : FLAY
17. James Dunn, for instance. : AMBASSADOR
19. Demolish. : RASE
20. An important trial. : TESTCASE
21. Sovereign's decrees. : EDICTS
23. Where Acheson and Taft went to school. : YALE
24. Satchel Paige's boss. : VEECK
25. TVA chairman. : CLAPP
28. European coal and iron center. : SAARBASIN
32. Initiation ceremony. : RITUAL
34. Section of a bookcase or cabinet. : UNIT
35. ___-la-la. : TRA
36. Andrew J. Brown's cohort. : AMOS
37. Frequently. : OFTEN
39. Farming implements. : HOES
40. Character in a Milne play, Mr. ___. : PIM
41. Land: Latin. : AGER
42. Former golf champion, ___ Collett. : GLENNA
44. Fish with whiplike tails. : STINGRAYS
47. Swaying. : AREEL
48. Contemporary of Ingres. : COROT
49. Spanish Christmas tree. : PINO
51. Power to move the feelings. : APPEAL
53. Ripsnorting, as a fight. : DINGDONG
57. Father of dauphins. : ROIS
58. Dramatic golddigger of the Jazz Age. : LORELEILEE
60. 2,051. : MMLI
61. Anoint: Arch. : ENELE
62. Publicizes. : AIRS
63. Makes sure. : SEES
64. Believer in God. : DEIST
65. Part of the smoke menace. : SOOT
1. Hit a fly. : SWAT
2. Famous person. : NAME
3. Clerical garments. : ALBS
4. Bronx Zoo attraction. : PLATYPUS
5. Fundamental. : BASAL
6. Wipes out. : ERASES
7. Emulate 29 Down. : RIDE
8. Former theatre of war. : ETO
9. Describing a circus set-up. : THREERING
10. From Suez to Good Hope. : AFRICA
11. Law student's bible. : BLACKSTONE
12. Setting for Kiplingese poems. : EAST
13. Solutions used in soapmaking. : LYES
18. ___ Flow. : SCAPA
22. Red figure. : DEBT
24. Weathercock. : VANE
25. Game of chance. : CRAPS
26. Circumscribe. : LIMIT
27. It produces chain reactions. : ATOMICPILE
29. He owns a horse named Champion. : AUTRY
30. Miss Dunne. : IRENE
31. Descriptive of certain speech. : NASAL
33. Engaged in political skulduggery. : LOGROLLED
38. The Atlantic roundtrip flight, for instance. : FEAT
39. Mother of Salome. : HERODIAS
41. Large city in India. : AGRA
43. U. N. delegate from Norway. : LANGE
45. Knowledge, in Plato. : NOESIS
46. Pitchman's talks. : SPIELS
50. Cove. : INLET
51. Item in the national budget. : ARMS
52. Apple, pear or quince. : POME
53. Eins, zwei, ___. : DREI
54. Mishmash. : OLIO
55. Rex Stout's sleuth. : NERO
56. Adventure or exploit. : GEST
59. Simplex. : ONE

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 13 debuted here and reused later, 3 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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