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New York Times, Saturday, February 9, 1952

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 31, Avg Word Len: 5.39, Missing: { J K Q V X Z }, Scrabble score: 283 (avg 1.46)
Open Squares: 80, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 6, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 11
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 965
Across Down
1. To be pooled in W. Europe, under the Schuman Plan. : COAL
5. Goal structure, as for hockey. : CAGE
9. Pear now in season. : BOSC
13. "Down under." : ANTIPODES
15. Toward the center. : ENTAD
17. On a new stamp honoring bicentennial of birth. : BETSYROSS
18. Narrow-billed auk. : MURRE
19. Corroded. : ATE
20. Malory's "___ d'Arthur." : MORTE
21. Wife of Tristram (Tennyson's spelling). : ISOLT
22. Outer layer. : RIND
24. Jeers at. : TAUNTS
26. Greek letter. : PSI
27. German seaport. : EMDEN
29. ___ Rabbit, of the "Uncle Remus" stories. : BRER
30. Accordingly. : THEN
31. Verifiable. : TESTABLE
33. Where Venizelos is Premier. : ATHENS
35. Chill. : AGUE
36. Waterfront structure. : PIER
37. Bureaucratic stickler for formality. : TAPIST
40. Made yellowish. : SALLOWED
44. Ram-headed deity of Thebes. : AMON
45. Booby ___. : TRAP
47. Lively: Music. : ANIME
48. Devilkin. : IMP
49. The lady in Henry James' "Portrait of a Lady." : ISABEL
51. German title. : GRAF
52. ___ tenens, a substitute. : LOCUM
54. Thoroughly plunder. : BEROB
56. Point of the compass. : ENE
57. Monstrous: Archaic. : ENORM
58. Member of the wedding. : BRIDESMAN
60. Solemn song. : DIRGE
61. Protracts. : LENGTHENS
62. Afresh. : ANEW
63. Sharpness. : EDGE
64. Pay one's part. : ANTE
1. Place for a frivolous evening. : CABARET
2. Former. : ONETIME
3. Serves. : ATTENDS
4. Symbolic flower of ancient France. : LIS
5. French painter of mist and sunlight. : COROT
6. Very charming. : ADORABLE
7. Action to express idea. : GESTURE
8. One of ancient sect in Judea. : ESSENE
9. ___ Heights, near Saratoga, site of Revolutionary battles, 1777. : BEMIS
10. Responsibility. : ONUS
11. Stanza. : STROPHE
12. Hero of Woodbridge, N. J. : CARLSEN
14. English statesman, enemy of Charles I (1584–1643). : PYM
16. Removes stannum. : DETINS
23. Hold back. : DETAIN
25. The Long ___, in the Green Mountains. : TRAIL
28. Keeps on complaining. : NAGS
30. Multitude. : THRONG
32. Range for target shooting, in archery. : BUTTS
34. Tissue: Anat. : TELA
36. Giving out free tickets to performances: Slang. : PAPERING
37. Followed closely: Colloq. : TAILED
38. Household cleanser. : AMMONIA
39. Sales of this reached new high in 1951. : POPCORN
40. Cut with a sharp weapon. : SABERED
41. Repairers of power lines. : WIREMEN
42. Coming forth. : EMANANT
43. Lovett's sphere. : DEFENSE
46. Disorderly crowd. : RABBLE
49. Shut up. : IMMEW
50. Senator leading fight for Ike's nomination. : LODGE
53. Constrain. : URGE
55. Parlay or Round Robin. : BET
59. Shinto temple. : SHA

Answer summary: 6 unique to this puzzle, 5 debuted here and reused later, 8 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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