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New York Times, Saturday, November 8, 1952

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 32, Avg Word Len: 5.08, Missing: { J K Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 268 (avg 1.39)
Open Squares: 75, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 5, XRef: 1, Spans: 2, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 9
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 1,238
Across Down
1. Miss San Juan of the stage. : OLGA
5. Pieces of furniture. : SOFAS
10. Bass horn. : TUBA
14. Flipperling's parent. : SEAL
15. Little Nell's last name. : TRENT
16. Where Rugby is played. : ETON
17. Pappy Waldorf's squad. : CALIFORNIABEARS
20. Street sign: Abbr. : AVE
21. He wrote "Amores." : OVID
22. Miss du Maurier. : DAPHNE
23. Lifesaving feats. : RESCUES
25. Buenos ___. : AIRES
26. Nobel peace prize winner, 1949. : ORR
27. Elizabeth Taylor, for instance. : BRUNETTE
30. Paasikivi's people. : FINNS
33. Dresses demurely. : PRIMS
34. Tributary of the Rhine. : AAR
35. Web-footed bird. : LOON
36. Hodgepodges. : OLIOS
37. French city. : STLO
38. Small insect. : ANT
39. Personal view: Colloq. : SLANT
40. Believes. : FEELS
41. Student activity between halves. : MARCHING
43. ___ tight. : SIT
44. French student. : ELEVE
45. Wrestling grip. : TOEHOLD
49. Roman magistrate. : AEDILE
51. Over the hill. : AWOL
52. Chinese Red menace. : MAO
53. Coach Taylor's Palo Alto eleven. : STANFORDINDIANS
56. Man's nickname. : TAMI
57. Old name of green land. : IERNE
58. Snick and ___. : SNEE
59. Mr. Guinness. : ALEC
60. Part of a cake. : LAYER
61. State of the Rebels and Maroons: Abbr. : MISS
1. Statue on Humphrey Bogart's desk. : OSCAR
2. Part of 51 Across. : LEAVE
3. Weather phenomena. : GALES
4. Husband of Fatima. : ALI
5. Owen Johnson's Yale man. : STOVER
6. Plant with a fragrant rootstock. : ORRIS
7. Parry. : FEND
8. Hornbill cuckoo. : ANI
9. Scenes of Saturday strife. : STADIUMS
10. Sitting Bull's castle. : TEEPEE
11. Team nicknamed "The Farmers." : UTAHSTATE
12. ___ to the purple. : BORN
13. "Devil ___," McCoy target. : ANSE
18. They beat full houses. : FOURS
19. Livestock shelters. : BARNS
24. Billy of boxing. : CONN
25. Unrestrainedly. : ARIOT
27. Conduct or convey. : BRING
28. Over six feet. : TALL
29. Winged god. : EROS
30. Deceive: Colloq. : FLAM
31. Island of the Hebrides. : IONA
32. For whom the "Four Horsemen" played. : NOTREDAME
33. Jet. : PLANE
36. A "must" in Italian cuisine. : OLIVEOIL
37. Brother of Cain. : SETH
39. Part of a closet. : SHELF
40. Baker, Grant or Franklin. : FIELD
42. Medical station. : CLINIC
43. Oklahoma player. : SOONER
45. String. : TWINE
46. Native of Muscat. : OMANI
47. Byways. : LANES
48. Medicates. : DOSES
49. The Thin Man's dog. : ASTA
50. And elsewhere: Latin abbr. : ETAL
51. Thirsty: Poetic. : ADRY
54. C. R. Wickard's agency. : REA
55. Doctrine. : ISM

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 7 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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