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New York Times, Monday, June 30, 1952

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 80, Blocks: 37, Avg Word Len: 4.70, Missing: { J Q V X }, Scrabble score: 292 (avg 1.55)
Open Squares: 58, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 8
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 1,107
Across Down
1. Former Government agency. : WPB
4. Sing cheerfully. : LILT
8. Material for a ranch house. : ADOBE
13. Be under the weather. : AIL
14. Jai ___. : ALAI
15. He'll speak in Chicago. : TRUMAN
16. Subway sardines. : STANDEES
18. Coarsely humorous. : RIBALD
19. Glass bottles. : PHIALS
20. Region of unrest. : SUEZ
22. Creator of David Balfour. : RLS
23. Farmer's crop. : RYE
24. Olympic figure-skating champion. : BUTTON
26. Interrogative sounds. : HUHS
28. Relative of the chigoe. : FLEA
29. Salamanders. : NEWTS
33. Swedish name of Turku. : ABO
34. Art colony north of Santa Fe. : TAOS
35. It's used on the fairway. : MASHIE
36. Live without ordinary comforts. : ROUGHIT
38. One hundredth of a franc. : CENTIME
39. More moderate. : EASIER
40. School homework. : SUMS
41. Dickens character. : TIM
42. Suffixes denoting agents. : STERS
43. Likewise. : ALSO
44. Government agents: Colloq. : FEDS
45. He finished 5th in 1948. : THOMAS
47. Relative of pooh. : BAH
48. It's now the M. S. A. : ECA
51. A famous play. : RAIN
52. Region of unrest. : EUROPE
55. Pawn sacrifice, in chess. : GAMBIT
57. Husband's occasional secondary abode. : DOGHOUSE
59. Natives of Crete and Corfu. : GREEKS
60. Man's name. : EMIL
61. Serious transgression. : SIN
62. A votre ___ (to your health). : SANTE
63. Former editor of "The New Yorker." : ROSS
64. Bandleader Morales. : ESY
1. Recently crippled warship. : WASP
2. Spongy substance in an orange. : PITH
3. Where V. I. P.'s are entertained. : BLAIRHOUSE
4. Kitchen spoon. : LADLE
5. Tracts of land in the St. Lawrence. : ILES
6. Port on the Huon Gulf, New Guinea. : LAE
7. Second sheets for the steno. : TISSUES
8. Senators Hayden and McFarland. : ARIZONANS
9. Make a knight. : DUB
10. General Bradley. : OMAR
11. Horsehide. : BALL
12. Football players. : ENDS
15. Relative of tare. : TRET
17. Opposition votes. : NAYS
21. Girl's name. : UTA
24. Blemish. : BLOT
25. Kind of egg that fools a hen. : NEST
26. Relatives of "Harvey." : HARES
27. Ancestor of the "Nautilus." : UBOAT
28. Entertainment for the countryside. : FAIR
30. Millions saw this on T. V. : WHITEHOUSE
31. Fainthearted. : TIMID
32. Appears to exist. : SEEMS
34. 1952 Pulitzer Prize play. : THESHRIKE
35. Interoffice message. : MEMO
37. Surround. : GIRT
38. A fellow: Colloq. : CUSS
40. Malicious report. : SLANDER
43. "Mon ___ Pierrot." : AMI
44. Card game. : FARO
46. Farmer's crop. : OATS
47. Pieces of furniture decorated with inlays. : BUHLS
48. Farm product. : EGGS
49. Dear: Italian. : CARA
50. Verily. : AMEN
52. Shield or sponsorship. : EGIS
53. Greek letters. : PSIS
54. Child's counting-out word. : EENY
56. Bouncing ___. : BET
58. Shoulder: Comb. form. : OMO

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 7 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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