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New York Times, Tuesday, June 3, 1952

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.03, Missing: { J Q W Z }, Scrabble score: 287 (avg 1.50)
Open Squares: 71, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 12
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 1,080
Across Down
1. Speak gruffly. : BARK
5. Archvamp of silent films. : BARA
9. Zones. : AREAS
14. Olive genus. : OLEA
15. A kind of car. : USED
16. Mississippi mud. : GUMBO
17. Fulfilled. : SATISFIED
19. Glowing coal. : EMBER
20. Proud no longer. : CRESTFALLEN
22. Lunched. : ATE
23. Decadent despot. : NERO
24. Sign a check. : ENDORSE
26. Dutch aristocrats of old New York. : PATROONS
30. Yellow split pea of India. : DAL
31. Taft's alma mater. : ELI
32. Genuflects. : KNEELS
34. Joyful. : GLAD
38. Flood control. : LEVEE
40. Definitive period. : ERA
41. New Zealand clansman. : MAORI
42. Provender. : FEED
43. Where Communist Gottwald rules. : PRAGUE
45. Rich drink. : NOG
46. Fuss. : ADO
48. Previous conditions of servitude. : BONDAGES
50. A working pattern, as for peace. : FORMULA
54. A kind of jockey. : DISK
55. Chinese philosopher, ___ Tse. : LAO
56. Embracing many arts. : POLYTECHNIC
61. Not unexpected. : USUAL
63. A murderer in the family. : PARRICIDE
64. A championship. : TITLE
65. Gazed at. : EYED
66. Away off. : AFAR
67. County north of London. : ESSEX
68. Adm. McCormick leads this organization at sea. : NATO
69. Mare's ___. : NEST
1. King of pear. : BOSC
2. Winglike. : ALAR
3. Good, as a memory. : RETENTIVE
4. A leading industrialist. : KAISER
5. Pagliacci, for instance. : BUFFOON
6. From the Red Sea to the Yellow. : ASIA
7. Stagger under impact. : REEL
8. Confuse. : ADDLE
9. U. N. business. : AGENDA
10. It's distilled from molasses. : RUM
11. Put a ban on. : EMBAR
12. Helps. : ABETS
13. Marsh rail: Var. : SOREE
18. Crawl or trudgen. : STROKE
21. Writes finis to. : ENDS
25. Girl's name meaning holy. : OLGA
26. Lucre. : PELF
27. On the windless side. : ALEE
28. ___-do-well. : NEER
29. A mirage in the Arabian desert. : SERAB
33. Lake, in Italy. : LAGO
35. Sinister epithet of the red Indian for the white man. : LONGKNIFE
36. New Guinea islands of war fame. : AROE
37. One's living quarters. : DIGS
39. Round cheese. : EDAM
41. Famous family of Florence. : MEDICI
43. Hockey on horseback. : POLO
44. Cook for less than the usual time. : UNDERDO
47. Upstairs-downstairs apartment. : DUPLEX
49. Depth charge: Navy slang. : ASHCAN
50. Bach often wrote for this instrument. : FLUTE
51. Caravan's stopover. : OASIS
52. Chases the enemy. : ROUTS
53. Of the heights of Switzerland. : ALPEN
57. A dialectal yes, yes! : YAYA
58. Allowance for loss of weight in transit. : TRET
59. Lupino and Tarbell. : IDAS
60. Sure: Slang. : CERT
62. Small change from beer. : ALE

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 9 debuted here and reused later, 4 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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