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New York Times, Friday, March 28, 1952

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 33, Avg Word Len: 5.33, Missing: { F J Q W Z }, Scrabble score: 290 (avg 1.51)
Open Squares: 72, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 1, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 16
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 1,013
Across Down
1. He speaks in Philadelphia on March 31. : ATTLEE
7. Dormant. : ASLEEP
13. Tennis player ranked No. 1 in U. S. : SEIXAS
14. Slenderized. : SLIMMED
16. Worker at stage settings. : SCENIST
17. Fall into a state of quiet. : SUBSIDE
18. Overacting actors. : HAMS
19. Place for catching certain fish. : EELERY
21. Girl's name. : NAN
22. Auxiliary verb. : ARE
23. Very popular poem. : TREES
24. Representative. : AGENT
26. Heroine of an Ibsen play. : HEDDA
28. Assemble. : MASS
30. One of the opposition. : ANTI
31. Influenced. : RULED
33. Brief summary. : PRECIS
35. Played the fiddle like Jack Benny. : SCRAPED
38. Vernacular. : DIALECT
39. The works of Pierre de Ronsard, for instance. : POEMES
40. Spirits of Mohammedan myth. : GENII
41. Stroll. : ROAM
42. Knife attachment to a cultivator. : SHIM
44. Area covered with low trees or shrubs. : SCRUB
48. ___ alia: (among other things): Latin. : INTER
50. Humble. : ABASE
52. One: French. : UNE
53. Superlative suffix. : EST
54. Change the appearance of. : OBVERT
56. Jane Austen heroine. : EMMA
57. Piece of equipment for Andrea Mead. : SKIPOLE
59. Restrained. : CRAMPED
61. Dealers in wheelwear. : TIREMEN
62. Skillful; dextrous. : HABILE
63. Centaur killed by a poisoned arrow. : NESSUS
64. Small hole for a cord. : EYELET
1. Affrighted. : ASCARE
2. Rained heavily. : TEEMED
3. Preserves in cans. : TINS
4. 61. : LXI
5. Reliever. : EASER
6. Prized. : ESTEEMED
7. Make an estimate. : ASSESS
8. Aspersion. : SLUR
9. Former Italian colony, became independent Dec. 24, 1951. : LIBYA
10. River in northwest Germany. : EMS
11. High station. : EMINENCE
12. Ostentatious of learning. : PEDANTIC
15. Fluoridation may ease his work. : DENTIST
16. Ruler of a troubled country. : SHAH
20. Pilot. : LEAD
23. Mole, mole gray or moleskin. : TAUPE
25. Irish. : GAELIC
27. Weight of Greece, 49.38 grains. : DRAMME
29. A ride in the family car. : SPIN
32. Minus. : LESS
34. Intensify. : RAISE
35. Most nimble. : SPRIEST
36. One of the hats in the ring. : COONSKIN
37. Dress again. : REATTIRE
38. Step involving change of policy in diplomacy: French. : DEMARCHE
40. Scoff. : GIBE
43. Shelters. : HAVENS
45. Muss. : RUMPLE
46. Unbecoming. : UNMEET
47. Knob on a firearm for aiming. : BEAD
49. Sign on many brownstone houses. : ROOMS
51. Lost dog. : STRAY
55. A color: French. : BLEU
56. Man's name. : EMIL
58. The foot: Latin. : PES
60. One hero of the Montague Glass stories. : ABE

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 13 debuted here and reused later.

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