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New York Times, Thursday, April 3, 1952

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 5.11, Missing: { J Q V X }, Scrabble score: 302 (avg 1.60)
Open Squares: 81, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 2, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 11 Grid has both 90- and 180-degree symmetry.
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 1,019
Across Down
1. Highly festive. : GALA
5. Highly effective. : ABLE
9. Turned up, as a hat. : ACOCK
14. New York’s Rep. Powell. : ADAM
15. Girl’s name meaning weary. : LEAH
16. “The Second Mrs. Tanqueray.” : PAULA
17. Highly stupid fellows. : BONEHEADS
19. On the move. : ASTIR
20. Cleopatra’s Needles, in New York and London. : OBELISKS
21. A large number of fish. : SCHOOL
22. It’s in the (baseball pitcher’s) bag. : RESIN
23. Board for “Harvard Classics.” : SHELF
24. Member of a diplomatic staff. : ATTACHE
28. Design on glass. : ETCH
31. “Silence is golden,” for instance. : SAW
34. Reddish-brown horse. : SORREL
35. All alone. : SOLO
36. Aqua ___. : PURA
38. Slowpoke in "Pinocchio." : SNAIL
39. Emulated Esther Williams. : SWAM
40. Unit of a molecule. : ATOM
41. Fleur of “Quick” fame. : COWLES
43. Nickname for Britain’s battling Welshman. : NYE
44. Inflection. : TONE
45. Calmed. : ALLAYED
47. The “G” in G. O. P. : GRAND
49. General manager; factotum. : DOALL
53. Federal judge at U. S. Communists’ trial. : MEDINA
55. Number 5 was his symbol. : DIMAGGIO
58. Moving, as a boat. : AROCK
59. Where Patagonia is. : ARGENTINA
60. Perfect type. : IDEAL
61. Noisy airplane maneuver. : ZOOM
62. Turkish imperial standard. : ALEM
63. River flowing from Cote d’Or Mts. to the Seine near Paris. : MARNE
64. Vision: Comb. form. : OPTO
65. People: French. : GENS
1. Eva or Zsa Zsa. : GABOR
2. Unburnt dried brick. : ADOBE
3. Fixed routes, in sea or air. : LANES
4. Miss Sedley, Becky Sharp’s friend. : AMELIA
5. Hofbrau items. : ALES
6. Pelican’s forte. : BEAK
7. Members of the B. S. A. : LADS
8. Interjections meaning “What?” : EHS
9. Speedily. : APACE
10. With empty pockets. : CASHLESS
11. Where most plays open. : OUTOFTOWN
12. Muse of history and epics. : CLIO
13. Sen. Mundt of South Dakota. : KARL
18. Reminders. : HINTS
21. Miss Winters of Hollywood. : SHELLEY
23. Girl’s name. : SHEILA
25. Where Leghorn is: Italian Sp. : TOSCANA
26. Former “Five-star” A. A. F. general. : ARNOLD
27. Swimming stroke. : CRAWL
29. Former U. S. Military Commander in Germany. : CLAY
30. Theme of John Howard Payne’s song. : HOME
31. Short gaiter. : SPAT
32. Self: Prefix. : AUTO
33. Transgressor. : WRONGDOER
37. Major baseball league. : AMERICAN
42. Family bus. : SEDAN
46. Part of a G. I.’s equipment. : DOGTAG
48. Joint. : ANKLE
50. Nimble. : AGILE
51. Dress goods. : LINEN
52. Varieties of clayey earth. : LOAMS
53. Disable. : MAIM
54. Goddess in Wagner’s “Ring of the Nibelung.” : ERDA
55. A lozenge. : DROP
56. “___ Plenty of Nuttin’.” : IGOT
57. Thing to do today. : MEMO
59. Containing nitrogen: Comb. form. : AZO

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 9 debuted here and reused later, 3 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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