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New York Times, Friday, May 23, 1952

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.16, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 275 (avg 1.44)
Open Squares: 75, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 5, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 12
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 1,069
Across Down
1. Buy and sell tickets for quick profits. : SCALP
6. Indefinite or doubtful, as used by F. D. R. : IFFY
10. Toy pistol ammo. : CAPS
14. Frame for clothes drying. : AIRER
15. City on Honshu Island. : NARA
16. Symbol of an October birthday. : OPAL
17. What all candidates are pointing toward. : CONVENTION
19. An object of widespread enthusiasm. : RAGE
20. Number of years the Swiss President serves. : ONE
21. Trademark of a candidate. : COONSKINCAP
23. Suitable. : FIT
24. Costing a dime. : TENCENT
25. Group of peoples common to two continents. : EURASIAN
30. Nigerian. : EDO
31. His grandfather was Cleveland's V. P. : STEVENSON
33. Too chubby. : OBESE
37. José Ferrer role, 1943. : IAGO
38. Taunter. : GIBER
40. Short for H. S. T. : PRES
41. Dinner-time Dinah on TV. : SHORE
43. Natives of Oran. : ALGERINES
45. "___ on parle français." : ICI
47. Merry lark. : ESCAPADE
48. They voted last October 25. : BRITONS
52. Chemical suffix. : ANE
53. Army jackets. : EISENHOWERS
56. Anderson's is "High." : TOR
59. All birds belong to this genus. : AVES
60. They have the final say on Election Day. : ELECTORATE
62. Mr. Wolfe. : NERO
63. Ill-advised. : RASH
64. What Ike will be back in. : MUFTI
65. About 30 lbs. in Sweden. : STEN
66. Inner: Comb. form. : ENTO
67. ___ Hall, N. J. college noted for basketball. : SETON
1. Twin city of Biddeford, Maine. : SACO
2. Plant offshoot. : CION
3. English composer of "Rule Britannia." : ARNE
4. Bulgaria's monetary unit. : LEV
5. Exact. : PRECISE
6. Preposition. : INTO
7. Leading hitter on the A's. : FAIN
8. He wrote "North of Boston." : FROST
9. Tobey, Lodge or Saltonstall. : YANKEE
10. Trademark of a possible candidate. : CORNCOBPIPE
11. Swiftly. : APACE
12. Irreligious. : PAGAN
13. Snoozed. : SLEPT
18. Observing. : NOTING
22. ___-China. : INDO
23. Gov. Warren, for instance. : FAVORITESON
25. Suffix denoting process of action. : ESIS
26. Gov. J. Bracken Lee's state. : UTAH
27. ___ Park, near Forest Hills. : REGO
28. One of the campaign issues. : ASIA
29. Magnanimous. : NOBLE
32. Not positives: Abbr. : NEGS
34. Singer Berger. : ERNA
35. First principle. : SEED
36. To be: Latin. : ESSE
39. Haul again. : RECART
42. College subject: Abbr. : ECON
44. Redeems. : RANSOMS
46. Belong intrinsically. : INHERE
48. A hearty meal. : BEANS
49. Part of a skyscraper. : RIVET
50. River that flows into the Rhone. : ISERE
51. Kind of goose. : SOLAN
54. Part of the U. S. : WEST
55. Say, "Me, too." : ECHO
56. Sen Bricker's colleague. : TAFT
57. Graham or Kahn. : OTTO
58. Power control. : REIN
61. ___ Royale in Paris. : RUE

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 9 debuted here and reused later.

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