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New York Times, Monday, October 6, 1952

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 35, Avg Word Len: 4.87, Missing: { F J K Q X }, Scrabble score: 281 (avg 1.48)
Open Squares: 68, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 1, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 7
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 1,205
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1. Senator running for re-election. : LODGE
6. Recognize: Colloq. : SPOT
10. Husband of Jezebel. : AHAB
14. Wine vessel. : AMULA
15. Where the corn grows tall. : IOWA
16. King of Siam. : RAMA
17. French terrorist, killed by Charlotte Corday. : MARAT
18. One of the whistle-stoppers. : STEVENSON
20. Survivor of Brooklyn Bridge plunge. : BRODIE
22. Unusual fellow: Slang. : ONER
23. Wine cask. : TUN
24. Per ___. : CENTUM
26. Mr. Hornsby, the Reds' pilot. : ROGERS
28. Shade of gray. : ASH
30. The nurse shark. : GATA
31. Nothing. : NIL
32. Let it stand. : STET
34. A size of type. : PICA
36. Famous landscape painter. : COROT
40. Native of North Carolina. : TARHEEL
42. Club-shaped. : CLAVATE
44. Goose genus. : ANSER
45. Little Harriet. : ETTA
47. The holes in Swiss cheese. : EYES
48. Wrong: Prefix. : MIS
50. Irritate. : ROIL
52. "Flying fox." : BAT
53. A point of time. : MOMENT
56. Five-time Derby winner. : ARCARO
58. Exclamation of surprise. : AHA
59. Wagon tongue. : NEAP
61. Miss Roman of the Opera. : STELLA
64. Star of "The Pride of St. Louis." : DANDAILEY
67. Anxious. : EAGER
68. British statesman of World War I. : GREY
69. Symbol of fascism in Europe. : NAZI
70. Branch of the seafaring profession. : STEAM
71. Naturalness. : EASE
72. Ooze. : SEEP
73. Stay awhile. : TARRY
1. Member of a flock. : LAMB
2. The "O" in O. N. Bradley. : OMAR
3. Laraine and Leo. : DUROCHERS
4. Grassy clearing. : GLADE
5. Everybody's everyday routine. : EATING
6. Girl: Colloq. : SIS
7. Where the Williamsburg drops anchor. : POTOMAC
8. Former Justice Roberts. : OWEN
9. Alehouse. : TAVERN
10. Governor at Topeka. : ARN
11. Maker of waste. : HASTE
12. Love affair. : AMOUR
13. Notice of a proposed marriage. : BANNS
19. Beethoven's third symphony. : EROICA
21. Storehouse. : ETAPE
25. Practical. : UTILE
27. Frequently lost appurtenance. : GLOVE
28. The Thin Man's dog. : ASTA
29. Comedian Laurel. : STAN
33. Subject for discussion. : THEME
35. Yul Brynner, for instance. : ACTOR
37. Star of "Where's Charley?" : RAYBOLGER
38. Great Barrier Island of N. Z. : OTEA
39. Schoolboy's ordeal. : TEST
41. Poetess of Sappho's time. : ERINNA
43. The people. : LAICS
46. Sine qua non for an aerialist. : TRAPEZE
49. Gertrude and others. : STEINS
51. News just received. : LATEST
53. Miss Kennedy, star of former days. : MADGE
54. Creator of Joey. : OHARA
55. Horse hair. : MANES
57. Gaucho's rope. : REATA
60. Wings. : ALAE
62. He wrote "The Owl and the Pussycat." : LEAR
63. Frank Pace's concern. : ARMY
65. Change the color of. : DYE
66. Puppy's bark. : YIP

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 6 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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