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New York Times, Saturday, April 19, 1952

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 29, Avg Word Len: 5.44, Missing: { J Q X Y Z }, Scrabble score: 273 (avg 1.39)
Open Squares: 82, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 6, XRef: 1, Spans: 2, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 13
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 1,035
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1. “Laugh thy girlish laughter . . . Weep thy girlish tears.” : APRIL
6. Mrs. Cantor and others. : IDAS
10. Pseudonym of a Scottish writer. : SAKI
14. Nimble Dodger. : REESE
15. Wrongly receives instructions. : MISLEARNS
17. Voters in 1952’s first Presidential primary. : NEWHAMPSHIRITES
19. Wonder. : AWE
20. They’re now legal in N. Y. C. after ban since 1938. : PARROTS
21. ___ de Cologne. : EAU
22. Wife of Jacob. : LEAH
24. Unsatisfactory. : POOR
25. Afternoon: Spanish. : TARDE
27. Embankment. : LEVEE
29. He is “born, not made.” : POET
31. A recumbent. : LIER
32. Small fold. : SEAMLET
34. Shuts in. : EMBARS
36. Contender. : VIER
37. Earth goddess, mother of the Titans. : GAEA
38. Machines for packing cotton. : BALERS
41. Unsettle. : DERANGE
44. “Give ___ a horse he can ride . . . ” : AMAN
45. German river. : EDER
47. Athletes of Columbia University. : LIONS
49. Italian poet of the 16th century. : TASSO
51. Management of the resources of a country: Abbr. : ECON
53. Sedan. : AUTO
54. City in Paraguay. : ITA
55. ___ cycle of the moon, used in fixing date of Easter. : METONIC
58. Man’s name: Abbr. : GEO
59. Maintenance of yours truly. : SELFNOURISHMENT
62. State prison of ancient Rome. : TULLIANUM
63. Planet third in order from the sun. : EARTH
64. Scope. : AREA
65. Captain ___, Jules Verne hero. : NEMO
66. Take another look. : RESEE
1. New price stabilizer. : ARNALL
2. Small fellows, like 14 Across. : PEEWEES
3. Interlace into fabric again. : REWEAVE
4. Somewhat: Suffix. : ISH
5. Word feared by 1952 bachelors. : LEAP
6. Unseemly. : IMPROPER
7. Tear from a foundation. : DISROOT
8. To terra firma. : ASHORE
9. Cut into narrow strips. : SLIT
10. Capuchin monkey. : SAI
11. Blood vessel: Anat. : ARTERIA
12. Baker of homemade bread. : KNEADER
13. Publishers. : ISSUERS
16. Heretofore: Archaic. : ERST
18. Survey. : MAP
23. Exclamation of surprise. : HEAVENS
26. Country behind the Ferric Portiere. : ALBANIA
28. Ruler in the East. : EMIR
30. Violent rage. : TEAR
33. ___ majesty. : LESE
35. Ground grain. : MEAL
37. Indian chief or the cry of the parachute troops. : GERONIMO
38. Cuba’s new dictator. : BATISTA
39. Status of certain athletes. : AMATEUR
40. Winning Philadelphia basketball team. : LASALLE
41. Propriety. : DECORUM
42. Merchants or landlords who overcharge. : GOUGERS
43. Understanding. : ENTENTE
46. Put out of resonance: Radio. : DETUNE
48. Mollify. : SOOTHE
50. All: Comb. form. : OMNI
52. City in Yugoslavia. : NIS
56. Pertaining to the dawn or east. : EOAN
57. Mon ___ ami. : CHER
60. Where the Everglades are: Abbr. : FLA
61. Girl’s name. : MAE

Answer summary: 7 unique to this puzzle, 6 debuted here and reused later, 3 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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