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New York Times, Thursday, December 4, 1952

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 80, Blocks: 35, Avg Word Len: 4.75, Missing: { B J Q X }, Scrabble score: 275 (avg 1.45)
Open Squares: 68, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 2, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 1
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 1,264
Across
1. Eisenhower aide on the budget. : DODGE
6. The Great Barrier of Australia. : REEF
10. City in India. : AGRA
14. Man's name. : ALOIS
15. An October birthstone. : OPAL
16. Word of regret. : ALAS
17. Metal bolt. : RIVET
18. Bob Hope's forte. : WISECRACK
20. Character in "The Green Pastures." : EVE
21. Parrier. : AVERTER
23. Of the: French. : DES
24. Choice. : RARE
26. Wife of Athamas. : INO
27. Sea dogs. : TARS
29. Event in Japan, Sept. 8, 1951. : TREATY
32. Molybdenum, for instance. : METAL
35. Strand. : MAROON
38. Poetic ever. : EER
40. Subject for a fashion magazine. : MODE
41. Noteworthy. : EMINENT
43. Goods not of perfect quality. : SECONDS
45. All, in combinations. : OMNI
46. Gas station commodity. : AIR
48. Gesture of affection. : CARESS
49. Character in "Die Walkure." : WOTAN
51. Source of ascorbic acid. : LEMONS
53. Mother of Don Juan, in Byron's poem. : INEZ
55. A ripe old age. : CII
56. Corrupt. : EVIL
60. New title for Prescott Bush: Abbr. : SEN
62. Former P. M. Chamberlain. : NEVILLE
65. "Cap'n ___," by J. C. Lincoln. : ERI
66. Nazi. : HITLERITE
68. Symbol of a 12th wedding anniversary. : LINEN
70. "Queen of the Night," for instance. : ARIA
71. All through. : OVER
72. Stole along quietly. : SLUNK
73. Betake oneself. : WEND
74. Pert talk. : SASS
75. Relatives of the kiang. : ASSES
Down
1. Deliverer of a challenge. : DARER
2. Mr. Dionne. : OLIVA
3. Capital of Delaware. : DOVER
4. "O wad some Pow'r the giftie ___ us." : GIE
5. Girl's name. : ESTA
6. Joan Fontaine's role. : ROWENA
7. Inhabitant of a region of Greece. : EPIROTE
8. Perennial bridge player. : EAST
9. McCormick's command. : FLEET
10. Swiss branch of Rhine. : AAR
11. Four-time P. M. of England. : GLADSTONE
12. Southeastern cape of Newfoundland. : RACE
13. Seeks to be informed about. : ASKS
19. Famous American architect. : CRAM
22. Historic city on the Danube. : VIENNA
25. Wearer of an old school tie. : ETONIAN
28. Compunction. : REMORSE
30. Small deer. : ROE
31. Agreer's word. : YES
33. Utters an afterthought. : ADDS
34. Not so much. : LESS
35. A catty remark. : MEOW
36. Contents of a munitions dump. : AMMO
37. Famous name in Hollywood. : RINTINTIN
39. Kickback. : RECOIL
42. Up to the time of: Contr. : TIL
44. "Mike" Pearson's country: Abbr. : CAN
47. Enumerates. : RECITES
50. English river. : NENE
52. Cunningham and Haegg. : MILERS
54. Goose eggs. : ZEROS
57. Character in "Tannhauser." : VENUS
58. Galsworthy heroine. : IRENE
59. Vacation spot for Ike. : LINKS
60. Name adopted by T. E. Lawrence. : SHAW
61. Where Dingle Bay is. : EIRE
63. Italian shout of acclamation. : VIVA
64. Gottfried's sister. : ELSA
67. Member of B. S. A. : LAD
69. They: Fr. : ILS

Answer summary: 1 debuted here and reused later, 3 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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