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New York Times, Friday, February 1, 1952

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 29, Avg Word Len: 5.44, Missing: { B J W X }, Scrabble score: 285 (avg 1.45)
Open Squares: 88, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 1, XRef: 3, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 7
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 957
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1. With 8 Across, President of the Philippines. : ELPIDIO
8. See 1 Across. : QUIRINO
15. Relative of the walrus. : SEALION
16. Ferocious. : UNTAMED
17. Miss Dietrich. : MARLENE
18. An abstract. : EPITOME
19. Room in a Turkish harem. : ODA
20. Sheer fabrics. : TISSUES
22. Jellylike material. : GEL
23. Fiber clusters. : NEPS
25. Senator from Vermont. : AIKEN
26. ___ majesty. : LESE
27. Great fear. : DREAD
29. Accomplished. : DID
30. Noted French painter. : MONET
31. Descriptive of a zebra. : STRIPED
33. Play period at school. : RECESS
34. Keenly eager. : AVID
35. Famous Hyde Park canine. : FALA
36. Largest river in the world. : AMAZON
39. Sheepraisers' pests. : COYOTES
42. Crave another's belongings. : COVET
43. In favor of. : FOR
44. Water wheel of the bucket type. : NORIA
46. Arabian seaport fortress. : ADEN
47. Wept. : CRIED
49. Item in the budget. : RENT
50. The: German. : DER
51. Lewis Douglas' daughter. : SHARMAN
53. James Mason's favorite pet. : CAT
54. Supporter of Mossadegh. : IRANIAN
56. Short melody. : ARIETTE
58. Very good indeed. : ANGELIC
59. Military areas. : SECTORS
60. Those in want. : NEEDERS
61. Arboreal rodent of the West Indies. : TREERAT
1. Hero of a Thackeray novel. : ESMOND
2. Commanders-in-chief. : LEADERS
3. Protecting railing of a bridge. : PARAPET
4. Indisposed. : ILL
5. Slenderizing regimen. : DIET
6. Ancient district of Asia Minor. : IONIA
7. Partial; unfair. : ONESIDED
8. Lined up for rations. : QUEUED
9. Turn loose. : UNPEN
10. Suffix denoting disease. : ITIS
11. Enemy of 53 Across. : RAT
12. TV's Miss Coca. : IMOGENE
13. Inflicters of retribution. : NEMESES
14. Short poems. : ODELETS
21. Automobile hazard. : SKID
24. Famous name in golf. : SARAZEN
26. Finder of a mining claim. : LOCATOR
28. Piece of turf from a golf course. : DIVOT
30. Fruit. : MELON
32. Brooch. : PIN
33. Mr. Robinson in the ring. : RAY
35. Spar nearest the bow of a ship. : FOREMAST
36. Nova Scotian. : ACADIAN
37. New-fashioned: French. : MODERNE
38. Arithmetical mean. : AVERAGE
39. Stiff coconut fiber. : COIR
40. Construction man. : ERECTOR
41. Popular crooner. : SINATRA
43. Money at the Bon Marché. : FRANCS
45. Swear under oath. : ATTEST
47. Presiding officer of a meeting. : CHAIR
48. Defiant person. : DARER
51. Young herring: Scot. : SILE
52. Resort city in France. : NICE
55. Man's nickname. : NED
57. Summer: French. : ETE

Answer summary: 7 debuted here and reused later, 6 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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