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New York Times, Tuesday, November 4, 1952

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 5.11, Missing: { F G J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 273 (avg 1.44)
Open Squares: 73, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 2, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 7
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 1,234
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1. Give audience to. : HEAR
5. Photographer's product. : PICS
9. What cyclotrons do to atoms. : SMASH
14. Vision: Comb. form. : OPTO
15. Curtain color. : ECRU
16. River in China. : TASHA
17. Vessel of the future. : SPACESHIP
19. ___ perditae (lost arts): Latin. : ARTES
20. Parachute materials. : SILKS
21. Downfall of a Kodiak. : BEARTRAP
23. Puts in office. : ELECTS
26. Communication for the air-borne. : RADIO
27. Tropical food. : TARO
28. Youngsters, AWOL. : TRUANTS
31. Ophidians. : ASPS
34. Winged. : ALAR
36. Slow motion champ. : SNAIL
37. First state to ratify the Constitution: Abbr. : DEL
38. Coming forth. : EMANANT
40. Actress Hagen. : UTA
41. Gather. : AMASS
43. Hats-in-the-air review. : RAVE
44. A space-voyaging problem. : STOP
45. Recording secretary's job. : MINUTES
47. Give off. : EMIT
49. A Georgia university. : EMORY
50. Replacement for Radio City's elms. : LOCUST
53. Scientist who'd have little interest on the Moon. : BOTANIST
56. Splendor. : ECLAT
58. Violin-maker. : AMATI
59. Our eye into space. : TELESCOPE
62. Yankee Larry. : BERRA
63. Tophat school. : ETON
64. Ready for business. : OPEN
65. Hitler's concept of race purity. : ARYAN
66. Back streets of London. : MEWS
67. Spanish muralist. : SERT
1. Cowpoke's mount. : HOSS
2. Silas Marner's foundling. : EPPIE
3. In any degree. : ATALL
4. They may take you to the Moon. : ROCKETS
5. Foot: Latin. : PES
6. German pronoun. : ICH
7. Farmer's storage place. : CRIB
8. Possible word for journeys of the future. : SUPERTRAVEL
9. Appropriate piece of music for space journeys. : STARDUST
10. Possible flying saucer pilot. : MARTIAN
11. Space traveler. : ASTRONAUT
12. Washington pitcher. : SHEA
13. Fastening device used with a paddock. : HASP
18. Plant disease. : ESCA
22. Swiss river. : AAR
24. Vehicle of the past. : TRAM
25. Confines of space journeying in near future. : SOLARSYSTEM
29. Yugoslavia's recent bridegroom. : TITO
30. Cuff. : SLAP
31. The first gardener. : ADAM
32. Half. : SEMI
33. Of Venus, Jupiter, Uranus, etc. : PLANETARY
35. Up: Prefix. : ANA
38. He lives on the fringe of the Iron Curtain. : ESTONIAN
39. Captain of a fictional submarine. : NEMO
42. One of the world's largest islands. : SUMATRA
44. Plaster-faced houses. : STUCCOS
46. Silkworm. : ERI
48. Popular desserts. : ICES
51. Inclination for skiing. : SLOPE
52. What cones do. : TAPER
53. Rum dessert. : BABA
54. Hebrew measure. : OMER
55. Mal de ___. : TETE
57. The Big Top. : TENT
60. U. S. A. F. ace. : LOW
61. Naval rank: Abbr. : ENS

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 5 debuted here and reused later, 4 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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