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New York Times, Wednesday, October 8, 1952

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.16, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 267 (avg 1.40)
Open Squares: 73, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Spans: 2, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 13 Grid is asymmetric.
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 1,207
Across Down
1. Symbol of Ireland. : HARP
5. Have a certain wording. : READ
9. Australian statesman. : EVATT
14. Pastry decorator. : ICER
15. Italian man's name. : ERNO
16. Sorceress and wife of Jason. : MEDEA
17. Entertainer in the city streets. : THEORGANGRINDER
20. Young eels. : ELVERS
21. Evidences of Miami vacations. : SUNTANS
22. Weapons used by the Three Musketeers. : EPEES
24. Pollen carrier. : BEE
25. Source of vitamin A. : CARROT
28. Making corrections. : EMENDING
33. Ibn Saud's people. : ARABS
34. Screen star from England. : GRANT
35. Man's nickname. : RON
36. Anglers' equipment. : RODS
37. The Knickerbockers and their opponents. : FIVES
38. Portuguese lady. : DONA
39. ___-Tse, ancient sage of China. : LAO
40. Rooms in Spanish houses. : SALAS
41. Strength or vigor. : SINEW
42. Native of Erivan. : ARMENIAN
44. Sentiments beginning "Here's to . . . " : TOASTS
45. 2 lbs. 1 oz. in India. : SER
46. Fish with a spoon. : TROLL
48. They work at the railroad. : REDCAPS
52. Full of melody. : ARIOSE
55. "Wait 'til next year!" : BROOKLYNDODGERS
58. Operatic prince. : IGOR
59. Authoress Seton. : ANYA
60. ___ Springs, site of battle in the Revolution. : EUTAW
61. Species. : SORT
62. Time in an almanac. : YEAR
63. Spaniard's lasso. : REATA
1. A successful performance. : HIT
2. Growing pain. : ACHE
3. Lively dance. : REEL
4. Book of the Old Testament. : PROVERBS
5. Be sorry. : REGRET
6. Remove from the memory. : ERASE
7. ___ Arbor. : ANN
8. Symbols of fidelity. : DOGS
9. Celebrated. : EMINENT
10. Gave outlet to. : VENTED
11. Tributary of the Po. : ADDA
12. Termination for cardinal numbers. : TEEN
13. Dick Deadeye and his pals. : TARS
18. Rest: French. : REPOS
19. Celebrated Flemish painter. : RUBENS
23. Official of a government in relation to the public. : SERVANT
25. Girl's name. : CARLA
26. Very noisy. : AROAR
27. Polish city, near Warsaw. : RADOM
29. Miss West and others. : MAES
30. Household implements. : IRONS
31. Composition for nine instruments. : NONET
32. Chews upon. : GNAWS
34. Tributary of the Colorado. : GILA
37. Equitable or impartial treatment. : FAIRPLAY
38. Important part of playwriting. : DIALOGUE
40. Furtive person. : SNEAK
41. On a firmer foundation. : SOLIDER
43. Convoy. : ESCORT
44. Opponent of the matador. : TORO
47. Electronic detective. : RADAR
48. Runs batted in. : RBIS
49. Consequently: Latin. : ERGO
50. Place to keep the wolf away from. : DOOR
51. Since: Scot. : SYNE
53. Bristle. : SETA
54. Quod ___ demonstrandum. : ERAT
56. Organization for aiding young people. : NYA
57. Part of Africa: Abbr. : SWA

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 12 debuted here and reused later, 1 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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