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New York Times, Tuesday, February 26, 1952

Author: S. A. Kay
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.03, Missing: { F Q X }, Scrabble score: 285 (avg 1.49)
Open Squares: 71, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 2, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 10
S. A. Kay has 118 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
PS notes: Original 26-Down clue had no "A" before "Bell"; added it.
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 982
Across Down
1. Haver, Havoc, Hutton. : JUNES
6. Historical exile island. : ELBA
10. Celeste of "Anna Christie." : HOLM
14. In concord or friendship: 2 wds. : ATONE
15. Jack Sprat's favorite. : LEAN
16. Parisian friend. : AMIE
17. Swiss city on the Rhine. : BASLE
18. White in New York, yellow in New Jersey. : MARGARINE
20. Having a protecting covering. : SHEATHED
22. Cock-a-hoop. : ELATED
23. Do odd jobs. : CHAR
24. Le Sage's hero, Gil ___. : BLAS
25. General course of action. : CAREER
28. Senator Kefauver's symbol in the ring. : COONSKIN
32. Fuss and feathers. : ADO
33. Gentleman in Toledo. : SENOR
35. Good mental capacity. : SENSE
36. Radio jokes. : GAGS
38. Flowing locks. : MANES
40. Definite portion. : DOSE
41. Man's name. : ENEAS
43. Snuggeries. : NESTS
45. Legendary king of Britain. : LUD
46. State of inactivity. : DORMANCY
48. Silver coins worth 100 kopecks. : RUBLES
50. Cause to bend or swerve. : SWAY
51. Member of the cat family. : PUMA
52. What a mangle is. : IRONER
55. Sweet and Irish. : POTATOES
59. Ashokan or Croton. : RESERVOIR
61. Aunt: French. : TANTE
62. Gottfried's sister, in "Lohengrin." : ELSA
63. Common verbal contraction. : ISNT
64. Tonsorial implement. : RAZOR
65. Two units treated as one. : DYAD
66. Famous lady from Padua. : KATE
67. In regard to. : ANENT
1. Pugilistic punches. : JABS
2. Senators Watkins and Bennett hail from here. : UTAH
3. Forward end of an aircraft. : NOSE
4. Decorate with ornamental fabric. : ENLACE
5. Is in a state of ebullition. : SEETHES
6. Gov. Anderson of Minnesota. : ELMER
7. Product of galena. : LEAD
8. Lawyer's calling. : BAR
9. Character in "Measure for Measure." : ANGELO
10. Badgered. : HARASSED
11. Overskip. : OMIT
12. Mark in the hand or face. : LINE
13. Reward. : MEED
19. Actors Ladd and Mowbray. : ALANS
21. Residence of odalisques. : HAREM
24. Uninteresting people. : BORES
25. Confined. : CAGED
26. John Hershey's "A Bell for ___" : ADANO
27. Economic Stabilizer Putnam. : ROGER
28. N. Y. C. seaside resort. : CONEY
29. Hillock. : KNOLL
30. Point in question. : ISSUE
31. Perquisites. : NEEDS
34. Lady Astor. : NANCY
37. Star on the links. : SAMSNEAD
39. Majorettes' walk. : STRUT
42. Worker with a cutting tool. : SAWER
44. Large island of Indonesia. : SUMATRA
47. Seaport in Norway. : NARVIK
49. Where Wainwright surrendered, April 9, 1943. : BATAAN
51. Name for a Turkish Government. : PORTE
52. All mad. : IRED
53. Have faith in. : RELY
54. Famous mountain of mythology. : OSSA
55. Two cupfuls. : PINT
56. Eleven: French. : ONZE
57. Large, turnover collar. : ETON
58. Muralist of a Waldorf room. : SERT
60. Girl's name. : OSA

Answer summary: 10 debuted here and reused later, 4 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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