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New York Times, Thursday, July 10, 1952

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.92, Missing: { J Q V X }, Scrabble score: 305 (avg 1.63)
Open Squares: 72, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 13
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 1,117
Across Down
1. Lofty reputation. : FAME
5. Incantation. : SPELL
10. Senior member of any body. : DEAN
14. Mr. Schram, former head of N. Y. Stock Exchange. : EMIL
15. Office on the 100th floor. : AERIE
16. Ready to eat. : RIPE
17. Biologic theory that acquired characteristics may be inherited. : LAMARCKISM
19. One third of the earth's land. : ASIA
20. José Ferrer's recent hit. : THESHRIKE
21. Work of art with finger paints. : SMEAR
22. Common noun suffix. : TION
23. Mr. O'Casey, playwright. : SEAN
24. He wrote "Born Yesterday." : KANIN
27. Old-fashioned ammunition. : GRAPESHOT
32. Subject of Sir John Tenniel's art. : ALICE
33. Second-hand. : USED
34. Where Eugene is: Abbr. : ORE
35. The Caucasian ibex. : ZAC
36. Established. : BASED
38. Gain the favor of. : WIN
39. M. D. group. : AMA
40. Seaport in Eire. : CORK
41. John Carter's solo. : TREES
43. Where the Mounties ride. : NORTHWEST
46. Uncle Miltie. : BERLE
47. Sounds of surprise. : AHAS
48. Mr. Gibson of long ago Westerns. : HOOT
50. Counterfeit. : BOGUS
52. Part of the title of a current revival. : THEANIMAL
57. Bitter substance used in dyes. : ALUM
58. Giving refuge to. : SHELTERING
59. Thick slice. : SLAB
60. The period of greatest vigor. : PRIME
61. Coup d'___. : ETAT
62. Home of 11 down: Abbr. : KANS
63. Pertaining to Indians of California. : YUMAN
64. Man's name. : SETH
1. A nonwoven fabric. : FELT
2. Children's nurse in the Orient. : AMAH
3. Jester. : MIME
4. Highly flexible. : ELASTIC
5. Holy: Comb. form. : SACRO
6. One of the most ancient cities in the world. : PEKING
7. One of Ibsen's male characters. : ERIK
8. Diminutive of Elizabeth. : LISE
9. Gen. Shepherd's nickname. : LEM
10. Real life situations. : DRAMAS
11. College president or ___? : EISENHOWER
12. Seaport of Samoa. : APIA
13. Closely related. : NEAR
18. Home of Lorelei. : RHINE
21. Gardener's purchase. : SEED
23. Made haste. : SPED
24. He directed "Death of a Salesman." : KAZAN
25. Texan's war cry, "Remember the ___." : ALAMO
26. Constituent of President Somoza. : NICARAGUAN
28. Slices of sweet toasted bread. : RUSKS
29. One of Ibsen's female characters. : ASE
30. Large bay window. : ORIEL
31. In a state of strain. : TENSE
36. Curtain calls. : BOWS
37. Exist. : ARE
40. Cartoonist Addams. : CHAS
41. A cut of steak. : TBONE
42. Puts out, as a batter. : RETIRES
44. Hitchhikes his way. : THUMBS
45. Miss Ritter of the films. : THELMA
49. Made of a cereal. : OATEN
50. Enjoy a pleasant situation. : BASK
51. Earthen water jar. : OLLA
52. All the way, in space-saving spelling. : THRU
53. Home: German. : HEIM
54. Small creature. : MITE
55. Artist's subject: Abbr. : ANAT
56. A measurement: Abbr. : LGTH
58. Secret agent. : SPY

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 10 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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