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OF PEOPLE AND PLACES

New York Times, Sunday, April 13, 1952

Author:
Edward Buckler
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 162, Blocks: 85, Avg Word Len: 5.48, Missing: { J Q }, Scrabble score: 698 (avg 1.57)
Open Squares: 150, Cheaters: 10, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 42
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 1,029
Across
1. Illinois Congressman since 1907. : SABATH
7. Join. : ATTACH
13. Crown Prince of Norway. : OLAF
17. Apiece. : EACH
21. Appraise. : EVALUE
22. Prominent Federal judge. : MURPHY
23. Unfortunately. : HAPLESSLY
25. Harry Truman is their honorary president. : CAMPFIREGIRLS
27. Equitable. : IMPARTIAL
28. Very fat person. : TUB
29. Thrown. : FLUNG
30. Instrument for viewing interior of an egg. : OOSCOPE
32. Weekly reading from the Pentateuch. : SEDRA
33. “Weather” on TV screens. : SNOW
35. Phase. : SIDE
36. Interior views of buildings. : NEORAMAS
38. O’Kelly of Eire. : SEAN
39. Hateful person. : TOAD
41. Archie Goodwin’s boss. : NERO
43. Adorned with strips. : PANELED
45. Park places. : ZOOS
47. Back talk. : SASS
50. What the Merrimac was part of: Abbr. : CSN
51. College founded 1861. : VASSAR
56. What Dr. Edith Summerskill, Labor M. P., wants outlawed in Britain. : BOXING
59. Dexterity. : KNACK
61. Predetermine. : DESTINE
62. Having power to put in action. : EXERTIVE
65. Sturdy. : ROBUST
67. Barbarous. : INHUMAN
68. Cans. : TINS
69. Salable. : VENDIBLE
71. Kiln. : OAST
73. Mail. : POST
74. Bustle. : ADO
75. Muddled. : MESSED
76. On which armorial bearings are displayed. : ESCUTCHEON
79. Partitions. : SEPTA
81. Chinese tree yielding oil. : TUNG
82. Entr’___. : ACTE
83. Bay window. : ORIEL
86. Simplicity. : HUMBLENESS
90. Midland counties of England. : SHIRES
92. ___ Sinatra. : AVA
93. Perfume. : ODOR
95. Advice: Archaic. : REDE
96. Ike reads them. : WESTERNS
98. Biting. : ACID
99. Characters in British mysteries. : BOBBIES
101. Hung in folds. : DRAPED
103. Judgment. : ESTIMATE
105. Puts to sleep. : OPIATES
106. Friend: Sp. : AMIGO
107. Visual. : OCULAR
108. Depended. : LEANED
109. Flood boat. : ARK
111. Guernseys, Jerseys. etc. : COWS
113. Epic poetry. : EPOS
114. Tavern where Ben Jonson and friends met. : MERMAID
117. Lumps. : NUBS
119. Leningrad’s river. : NEVA
122. Missouri county. : CASS
126. Restore confidence to. : REASSURE
129. The First Lady. : BESS
131. Deposits. : SETS
133. Greeting in Hawaii. : ALOHA
135. Roses of Sharon. : ALTHEAS
136. Genus of mosses. : MNIUM
138. Shinto temple. : SHA
139. Author of “Christabel.” : COLERIDGE
141. Where to see frescoes by Michelangelo. : SISTINECHAPEL
144. Toy named after a President. : TEDDYBEAR
145. Icily rainy. : SLEETY
146. Hamster, for instance. : RODENT
147. Moon goddess. : ISIS
148. Weapons. : ARMS
149. Levy. : ASSESS
150. Name in the Apocrypha. : ESDRAS
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1. Parties. : SECTS
2. Make yourself scarce! : AVAUNT
3. ___ curtain of Red China. : BAMBOO
4. Mountain. : ALP
5. Volcanic rock. : TUFF
6. Nazi salutations. : HEILS
7. Full apology. : AMENDE
8. Haulers. : TUGGERS
9. Into three: Comb. form. : TRI
10. Part of a stage. : APRON
11. Girl in a song. : CHLOE
12. Mint. : HYSSOP
13. Bricker and DiSalle. : OHIOANS
14. Workers on lighting devices. : LAMPMEN
15. Request. : APPEAL
16. A state: Abbr. : FLA
17. Winner in Nebraska. : ESTES
18. Off. : ASIDE
19. ___ Barton. : CLARA
20. Former Mayor of N.Y.C. : HYLAN
24. Hesitant sounds. : ERS
26. Subverts. : RUINS
31. Rifts. : CRACKS
34. Tribesmen of Pakistan. : WAZIRS
37. Our Army in Germany. : SEVENTH
40. Prohibition. : DONT
42. Atomic site in Tennessee. : OAKRIDGE
44. Animation. : DASH
46. Pointed arch. : OGIVE
48. Stuck-up one. : SNOB
49. Florida Cape. : SABLE
52. Lethargy. : STUPOR
53. Of the crime of traffic in sacred things. : SIMONIACAL
54. Duck genus. : ANAS
55. Fissure. : RENT
56. Second items in a series. : BETAS
57. What iron rust is, chemically. : OXIDE
58. Fear of things foreign. : XENOPHOBIA
60. Intimations. : CUES
61. Perceives. : DISCERNS
63. How most men prefer their suits today. : VESTLESS
64. Resulted. : ENSUED
66. Fencer’s acknowledgment. : TOUCHE
70. Hid in lair. : DENNED
72. Dress. : ATTIRE
75. Mayan Indian. : MAM
77. Dejected. : CASTDOWN
78. Dawn goddess. : EOS
80. Headdress. : TURBAN
84. Subject of a recent biography. : EVITA
85. Shipper. : LADER
87. Cattleman. : BREEDER
88. Glided. : SWAM
89. Of a reddish-brown color. : SEPIC
91. Plug up. : ESTOP
93. Greek coin. : OBOL
94. Info. : DOPE
97. Floral emblem of Beehive State. : SEGO
98. Beguiles. : AMUSES
100. Detail. : ITEM
102. Sporty. : RAKISH
104. Image. : ICON
109. Mixture. : AMALGAM
110. Light patterns on TV screens. : RASTERS
112. Acquiesces. : SUBMITS
113. Girl’s nickname. : ESSIE
115. Publisher’s aide. : READER
116. Hag in “The Faerie Queene.” : DUESSA
118. A couple of comedians. : BENNYS
120. Evening. : VESPER
121. She wears the aegis. : ATHENA
122. Xerophilous plants. : CACTI
123. Juice of a plant, used as drug. : ALOES
124. Italian copper coins. : SOLDI
125. Diffuses. : SHEDS
127. Some securities on the Stock Exchange. : RAILS
128. Letters. : ESSES
130. Capital of Bolivia. : SUCRE
132. E. g., Popeye and Deadeye. : SALTS
134. Any: Dial. : ARY
137. Units of conductance, in electricity. : MHOS
140. Philippine tree. : IBA
142. Letter. : TEE
143. Say further. : ADD

Answer summary: 14 unique to this puzzle, 28 debuted here and reused later, 8 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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