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New York Times, Thursday, October 9, 1952

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 4.90, Missing: { F J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 284 (avg 1.49)
Open Squares: 69, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 9
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 1,208
Across Down
1. Shines brightly. : GLOWS
6. Circuits of the race course. : LAPS
10. Former Ambassador to Japan. : GREW
14. Make restitution. : REPAY
15. Fail to include. : OMIT
16. Tear down. : RASE
17. Author of "The Great Enterprise." : OVERSTREET
19. Mountain in Thessaly. : OSSA
20. Weight of India. : SER
21. Covers with pitch. : TARS
22. Former comedian, De Wolf ___. : HOPPER
24. Campaign issue for 1860. : SLAVERY
26. Another name for Mt. Sinai. : HOREB
27. Wine vessel. : AMA
28. William ___, actor. : DEMAREST
31. Consecrate. : BLESS
34. Sustenance. : BREAD
35. Dodger pitcher. : ROE
36. Relative. : AUNT
37. Removes the bark. : PEELS
38. Annoying child. : BRAT
39. Purpose. : END
40. Trumpets or horns. : BRASS
41. U. S. member of U. N. Trusteeship Council. : SAYRE
42. Festive college gatherings. : REUNIONS
44. Cubic centimeters. : CCS
45. Subject for state regulation. : RENTS
46. Where Napoleon was born. : CORSICA
50. ___ Lake in Oregon. : CRATER
52. Material for study. : DATA
53. Cape or headland. : RAS
54. Lynn Fontanne's married name. : LUNT
55. Actor of the turn of the century. : ANDREWMACK
58. Formerly. : ONCE
59. What Jacob made for Joseph. : COAT
60. Machine tool. : LATHE
61. Act. : DEED
62. Space guns, for instance. : TOYS
63. Direct. : STEER
1. U. S. United Nations deputy. : GROSS
2. State of equality. : LEVEL
3. "Fidelio," for instance. : OPERA
4. Word in a Tolstoy title. : WAR
5. Regular methods. : SYSTEMS
6. British motor truck. : LORRY
7. City in Iowa. : AMES
8. Deep-dish dessert. : PIE
9. One of the Virgin Islands. : STTHOMAS
10. Walker in the dark. : GROPER
11. Jeers of the crowd: Slang. : RASPBERRY
12. To be: Latin. : ESSE
13. Garments, haberdashery, etc. : WEAR
18. Scarlett's home. : TARA
23. Toward the mouth. : ORAD
25. Extensive. : VAST
26. Follows closely. : HEELS
28. Attire. : DRESS
29. Rise. : SOAR
30. Head: French. : TETE
31. Former heavyweight champion. : BAER
32. Crescent. : LUNE
33. Stamina. : ENDURANCE
34. Baked ___. : BEANS
37. Lengthen. : PROTRACT
38. Game fish. : BASS
40. Winding stem of a climbing plant. : BINE
41. Illegible writing. : SCRAWLS
43. Produced as clear profit. : NETTED
44. Shelter for sheep. : COTE
46. Conveys in a vehicle. : CARTS
47. Incensed. : IRATE
48. Hiding place for provisions. : CACHE
49. Petitioner. : ASKER
50. Blockhead. : CLOD
51. Character of an ancient alphabet. : RUNE
52. June 6, 1944. : DDAY
56. Now: Dial. : NOO
57. Entangle. : MAT

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 8 debuted here and reused later, 3 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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