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New York Times, Friday, November 7, 1952

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.03, Missing: { F J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 282 (avg 1.48)
Open Squares: 73, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 3, XRef: 1, Spans: 2, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 12
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 1,237
Across Down
1. Actor who portrayed Willy Loman. : COBB
5. Companions of then and again. : NOWS
9. Thorium or cobalt. : METAL
14. Take on help. : HIRE
15. Mr. Kazan. : ELIA
16. Sprightly. : AGILE
17. Dismounted. : ALIT
18. "My name is John ___ Wells, I'm a dealer in magic and spells . . . " : WELLINGTON
20. It opens with "Forza del Destino." : MET
21. City in the Donets Basin. : STALINO
22. Office that freezes prices. : OPS
23. Sig. Carnera. : PRIMO
25. Birthday cake decorators. : ICERS
27. Italian luxury liner. : SAVOIA
30. Rest hour. : SIESTA
34. Relatives of pooh. : BAHS
36. Abounding in certain trees. : ELMY
38. With full force: Poetic. : AMAIN
39. He set "Onward Christian Soldiers" to music. : ARTHURSSULLIVAN
42. Encore. : AGAIN
43. Old oath. : EGAD
44. Ibsen's Mrs. Helmer. : NORA
45. Extremely vexed. : SOREST
47. Not dead, as a ball in sports. : INPLAY
49. Shallow part of a river. : SHOAL
51. Subtle quality. : AROMA
54. BBC doesn't use them. : ADS
57. French symbolist poet. : RIMBAUD
60. Pussy's foot. : PAW
61. Marco and Giuseppe Palmieri of Venetia. : GONDOLIERS
63. Actor Lugosi. : BELA
64. Farewell. : ADIEU
65. Crowd. : CRAM
66. Where Mosul is. : IRAK
67. Hog-tied. : ROPED
68. Sicilian landmark. : ETNA
69. Niels Bohr, for instance. : DANE
1. Rocky Marciano. : CHAMP
2. Naval vessel. : OILER
3. Ralph Rackstraw, for instance. : BRITISHTAR
4. Give or take odds. : BET
5. Salamander. : NEWT
6. The true olives. : OLEA
7. He won a lawsuit against 39 Across. : WILLIAMSGILBERT
8. ___ law, excluding women from the throne. : SALIC
9. Pertaining to a house. : MANORIAL
10. Embryonic platypus. : EGG
11. Belgrade's V. I. P. : TITO
12. Unsymmetrical. : ALOP
13. Part of a telescope. : LENS
19. Spanish girl's name. : INES
21. British gold coin: Slang. : SOV
24. Middlecoff uses them. : MASHIES
26. Research group in college. : SEMINAR
28. Atop. : OER
29. German girl's name. : ILSE
31. "Patience," for instance. : SAVOYOPERA
32. Headdress: Poetic. : TIAR
33. Mrs. Leonowens. : ANNA
34. Comments of the black sheep. : BAAS
35. Mythical ship. : ARGO
37. Money in China. : YUAN
40. Reveal. : UNSHROUD
41. British title: Abbr. : LDP
46. Keep the nose to the grindstone. : TOIL
48. "When I was a ___ I served a term . . . " : LAD
50. Hooded cape for the clergy. : AMICE
52. Reactionary leader of the "Apartheid" movement. : MALAN
53. Vigilant. : AWAKE
54. Gelosine. : AGAR
55. Symbol of extinction. : DODO
56. Insignificant person. : SNIP
58. Irish isle. : ARAN
59. Ike's alma mater. : USMA
62. Fondy of the Cubs. : DEE
63. Answer the auctioneer. : BID

Answer summary: 5 unique to this puzzle, 7 debuted here and reused later, 6 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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