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New York Times, Tuesday, June 24, 1952

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.03, Missing: { J Q V X Z }, Scrabble score: 271 (avg 1.42)
Open Squares: 71, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 5, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 6
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 1,101
Across Down
1. Elwood P. ___, Harvey's friend. : DOWD
5. Drive back. : REPEL
10. Glaswegian. : SCOT
14. Northernmost city of Pennsylvania. : ERIE
15. School: French. : ECOLE
16. Herbert Hoover's birthplace. : IOWA
17. They've stopped dealing with China. : ENGLISHMEN
19. Enemies of the counterfeiter. : TMEN
20. Tammany leader. : DESAPIO
21. Misplaced nursery articles. : MITTENS
23. The Yankees often do. : WIN
24. Said it wasn't so. : DENIED
25. The Welland is one. : CANAL
28. What most of us are against. : SIN
29. River in central Yugoslavia. : DRINA
32. Love: Latin. : AMOR
33. Windsor, for instance. : CASTLE
35. Greek Aurora. : EOS
36. ___ noire, or bugbear. : BETE
37. "Last of the Mohicans." : UNCAS
38. Half hitch or clove hitch. : KNOT
39. Permit. : LET
40. Cutting reply. : RETORT
41. Second in line for British crown. : ANNE
42. Girl's name. : ERICA
44. Pertaining to: Suffix. : ARY
45. Art gallery in Washington. : FREER
46. Expression of partial approval. : NOTBAD
48. Rather than. : ERE
49. Fix firmly. : INGRAIN
51. Resembling sand. : ARENOID
55. Capital of Okinawa. : NAHA
56. From Haymarket to Hyde Park Corner. : PICCADILLY
58. Silver coin of Teheran. : RIAL
59. Les ___ Unis. : ETATS
60. Winged Victory, in the Louvre. : NIKE
61. Shade trees. : ELMS
62. Gavotte. : DANSE
63. Collections of interesting items. : ANAS
1. House owner's legal paper. : DEED
2. French river flowing into English Channel. : ORNE
3. Barristers' headgear. : WIGS
4. Gov. Carvel's state. : DELAWARE
5. Varnish ingredient. : RESIN
6. A "me too" utterance. : ECHO
7. Dog weighing about seven pounds: Colloq. : POM
8. A favorite word of Sherlock Holmes. : ELEMENTARY
9. Onetime Bolshevik. : LENIN
10. Relief for mom and dad. : SITTER
11. Ethel Merman, for instance. : COMEDIENNE
12. U. K. economist, member of U. N. Secretariat. : OWEN
13. Products of Miami and Palm Beach. : TANS
18. Pacific Island tree, yielding valuable dye. : IPIL
22. Stream or current. : TIDE
24. Difference of opinions. : DISCORD
25. TV's coaxial ___. : CABLE
26. Mohammedan noble. : AMEER
27. City near Sherwood Forest. : NOTTINGHAM
28. Race track in Arcadia, Calif. : SANTAANITA
30. The person who knows the results of November 4. : NOONE
31. Relative of the thistle. : ASTER
33. It's perpendicular in the massé. : CUE
34. Vessel of war. : LST
38. A famous fictional Anna. : KARENINA
40. Pro ___. : RATA
43. Animals that build atolls. : CORALS
45. Portland's spouse. : FRED
47. Homo sapiens is one. : BIPED
48. Clean the slate. : ERASE
49. Frequent beginning of business letters. : INRE
50. Adjunct of a horseshoe. : NAIL
51. "Carmen" has four. : ACTS
52. Sen. Johnston from Spartanburg. : OLIN
53. Authoress Chase. : ILKA
54. Stains. : DYES
57. Container for milk. : CAN

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 5 debuted here and reused later, 3 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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