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New York Times, Tuesday, October 7, 1952

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 31, Avg Word Len: 5.54, Missing: { W X Y Z }, Scrabble score: 279 (avg 1.44)
Open Squares: 86, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 14
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Students & seniors
Across
1. No. 2 wooden club. : BRASSIE
8. Well-known jockey. : ARCARO
14. Firm, soft gray cloths. : DOESKINS
15. Dancing and singing Ray. : BOLGER
16. Natural inclination. : INSTINCT
17. Inherited. : HEIRED
18. Classical language. : LATIN
19. Angel accessory. : HALO
21. Chinese dog. : PEKE
22. A continent: Abbr. : AFR
23. Stop from doing. : DETER
24. Hoot or catcall. : JEER
25. ___ Juana. : TIA
26. Outstanding Cleveland batsman. : ROSEN
27. Trousers of a certain material. : CORDS
28. Inventor of the stock ticker. : EDISON
30. Mount in Exodus XIX. : SINAI
32. Promise breaker. : RENEGER
34. Dunces. : NINNIES
38. ___ Street, an odd place, indeed. : QUEER
40. Short snooze. : CATNAP
41. Tinge with, figuratively. : IMBUE
44. A very British first name. : NIGEL
46. Sign of success in the theatre. : SRO
47. Wrap in waxed cloth. : CERE
48. A kind of act. : FAVOR
49. A samovar, for instance. : URN
50. He lived 905 years. : ENOS
51. United. : ONED
52. Set up new wires. : RERIG
54. Badinage. : BANTER
56. Like a beast of Bengal: Var. : TIGERINE
58. French charm in the U. S. : ACCENT
59. Twi-nites. : EVENINGS
60. Mr. Santayana. : GEORGE
61. Naval ranks. : RATINGS
Down
1. In good faith. : BONAFIDE
2. Deter. : RESTRAIN
3. Italian wine city. : ASTI
4. An organ of the body. : SKIN
5. Great folly. : SIN
6. Creeps slowly. : INCHES
7. Clergy, nobles, commons and press. : ESTATES
8. Consider odious. : ABHOR
9. Caviar. : ROE
10. Robbers' roost, with waiters. : CLIPJOINT
11. Yes man. : AGREER
12. Smacked strongly. : REEKED
13. Commands. : ORDERS
14. Enlarger. : DILATER
20. Red Square relic. : LENIN
23. Recipient. : DONEE
26. Savage elephant. : ROGUE
27. Nautical shortcut. : CANAL
29. Isolate. : SEQUESTER
31. More genteel. : NICER
33. French chronicler of Christ. : RENAN
35. Making certain. : INSURING
36. Baubles for beauty. : EARRINGS
37. They're used for mopping up. : SPONGES
39. Worker on girders. : RIVETER
41. Prescription for a headache. : ICEBAG
42. Part played by a "heavy." : MENACE
43. Rodeo mount. : BRONCO
45. Lady rider in tax protest. : GODIVA
48. Specialty. : FORTE
52. Guido ___, Italian painter. : RENI
53. Land of colleens and Maureens. : ERIN
55. From the Cheviot Hills to Lands End: Abbr. : ENG
57. Obtain. : GET

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 11 debuted here and reused later, 1 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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