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New York Times, Wednesday, April 30, 1952

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 4.90, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 308 (avg 1.61)
Open Squares: 70, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 2, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 12
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 1,046
Across Down
1. Uncle Tom's wife. : CHLOE
6. Pear with a long neck and russet skin. : BOSC
10. Member of a famous Cincinnati family. : TAFT
14. One of a famous trio of monkeys. : HEARNOEVIL
16. Relative of the buffalo. : ANOA
17. Winner of the Critics' Award. : IAMACAMERA
18. Astound. : STUN
19. One to one. : EVEN
20. Ralph and Nancy (nee Chaffee). : KINERS
22. Gov. McMath's state: Abbr. : ARK
23. G-man. : FED
24. Go astray. : ERR
25. Oklahoma Senator and his family. : KERRS
27. A troubled part of the world. : ORIENT
30. He figured at a famous trial. : SACCO
32. Lessened. : ABATED
35. Exclamation of triumph. : AHA
37. ___ away. : STOW
38. A gay light tune. : LILT
39. Auctioneer's implement. : GAVEL
41. "___ a hall." : HIRE
42. Actress Raines. : ELLA
43. Actress LeGallienne. : EVA
44. Mineral residues after burning. : CALCES
46. Emmett Kelly for instance. : CLOWN
48. Where Frank C. Moore is Lieutenant Governor. : ALBANY
50. Incrustations. : SCABS
52. Ellis Arnall's responsibility. : OPS
53. Bulgarian coin. : LEV
56. Tribesman of the Philippines. : ATA
57. Word element meaning "green." : CHLORO
60. River into the Gulf of Finland. : NEVA
61. Summery fabrics. : NETS
63. Member of a famous family of Abilene. : EISENHOWER
65. An arduous journey. : TREK
66. One way of getting plump. : OVEREATING
67. C. J. Correll's role. : ANDY
68. Lower in importance. : LESS
69. Our Minister to a grand duchy. : MESTA
1. Allie Reynolds' nickname. : CHIEF
2. Breathe with effort. : HEAVE
3. Disabled. : LAMED
4. Port between Algiers and Tangier. : ORAN
5. Inserted: Abbr. : ENC
6. Drag through the mud. : BEMIRE
7. Cooking unit. : OVEN
8. Term of address to a king. : SIRE
9. Treasurer of the U. S. : CLARK
10. Heap or pile: French. : TAS
11. Where Adélie Land is. : ANTARCTIC
12. First word of a famous speech. : FOURSCORE
13. The new T-43, for instance. : TANK
15. Atom City, U. S. A. : OAKRIDGE
21. His: French. : SES
24. Previously: Poetic. : ERE
26. Imprudently. : RASHLY
27. River into the St. Lawrence. : OTTAWA
28. The "N" in the U. S. N. R. : NAVAL
29. Much used article. : THE
31. Is obliged to. : OWES
32. Templeton of the pianoforte. : ALEC
33. Well-known sports broadcaster. : BILLSTERN
34. Distributed. : ALLOCATED
36. One product of Prohibition. : ALCAPONE
40. Actress Gardner. : AVA
45. A solution: Abbr. : ANS
47. Station on the radio dial. : NBC
49. Beetles and termites. : BORERS
51. Hades, in Hebrew theology. : SHEOL
53. John L. or Jerry. : LEWIS
54. Happening on a red-letter day. : EVENT
55. Artist of popular pin-up girls. : VARGA
56. Producers of "Mrs. McThing." : ANTA
58. Wide awake. : LIVE
59. Common suffixes. : OSES
60. Eminence. : NOTE
62. A kind of writing. : SKY
64. Avid radio amateur. : HAM

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 8 debuted here and reused later, 1 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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