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New York Times, Saturday, May 17, 1952

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.97, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 291 (avg 1.54)
Open Squares: 67, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 4, XRef: 1, Spans: 3, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 13
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 1,063
Across Down
1. Descriptive of certain pitchers. : WILD
5. Phillies' star outfielder. : ENNIS
10. Surfeit with sweetness. : CLOY
14. Lake port in Pennsylvania. : ERIE
15. Pitler or Crosetti. : COACH
16. Bank of a river. : RIPA
17. Agnes de Mille's book. : DANCETOTHEPIPER
20. Pantomimist from Hollywood. : KEATON
21. Former head of the U. S. A. F. : ARNOLD
22. Mr. Ameche of Hollywood. : DON
23. Stunted bush: Scot. : SCROG
25. Burmese rebel. : KAREN
28. Navy officer: Abbr. : CPO
29. He wrote "In Place of Fear." : BEVAN
33. Famous Foreign Secretary. : EDEN
34. Juliana's royal family. : ORANGE
36. Honshu bay. : ISE
37. Historic event of February 1945. : YALTACONFERENCE
40. Chemical suffix. : ENE
41. Lady in politics in Rumania. : PAUKER
42. Interpret. : READ
43. ___ voce. : SOTTO
45. Homily: Abbr. : SER
46. Pointed ends of the new moon. : CUSPS
47. Tool for tidy gardeners. : EDGER
49. Young boxer. : PUP
50. Summer footwear. : SANDAL
53. Lady lawyer. : PORTIA
56. Three words for Boston. : CRADLEOFLIBERTY
60. Stake. : ANTE
61. Former President of Panama. : ARIAS
62. City in New York. : ROME
63. Inadequate. : POOR
64. Historic river of World War I. : MARNE
65. Some TV screens have it. : SNOW
1. Become a Benedict. : WED
2. Where Mosul is: Var. : IRAK
3. One's business. : LINE
4. What dictators call democracies. : DECADENT
5. Senator from Montana. : ECTON
6. High time. : NOON
7. Mr. Fleisher, of boxing. : NAT
8. ___ dien (I serve). : ICH
9. Remove by clipping. : SHEAR
10. Wince. : CRINGE
11. Great poet of China. : LIPO
12. Popular make of car in Germany. : OPEL
13. Part of the campus at Harvard. : YARD
18. School of 33 Across. : ETON
19. Senate investigator. : PROBER
23. Old-fashioned parent? : SPANKER
24. Bestow as a gift. : CONFER
25. She wrote "Joy Street." : KEYES
26. Fictional place in Italy. : ADANO
27. Lease again. : RELET
28. Playwright Russel. : CROUSE
30. Honeysuckles. : VINES
31. Tin Pan Alley organization. : ASCAP
32. Requisites. : NEEDS
34. Tuber eaten in South America. : OCA
35. A European: Abbr. : GER
38. Having no feet. : APODAL
39. Hibok Hibok and Asosan. : ERUPTERS
44. Farm machine for spreading hay. : TEDDER
46. Sidewalk stock market. : CURB
48. Sudden burst of light. : GLEAM
49. Equilibrium. : POISE
50. Title ended by Japanese treaty. : SCAP
51. 140-mile Italian river. : ARNO
52. Lord Ismay is its Secretary-general. : NATO
53. Scheme of action. : PLAN
54. Product of the Mesabi Range. : IRON
55. Stream: Comb. form. : ATMO
57. ___ pro nobis. : ORA
58. Douglas ___, pride of the West. : FIR
59. Wood for Robin Hood's bow. : YEW

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 11 debuted here and reused later, 5 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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