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New York Times, Saturday, July 19, 1952

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.85, Missing: { F K Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 286 (avg 1.51)
Open Squares: 79, 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. 1,126
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1. Mrs. MacArthur. : JEAN
5. Mrs. Eisenhower. : MAMIE
10. Mrs. Truman. : BESS
14. Mrs. Laughton. : ELSA
15. He works for a principal. : AGENT
16. Where Rainbow Bridge is. : UTAH
17. Group of co-religionists. : SECT
18. First baseman's asset. : REACH
19. The "n" in n.b. : NOTA
20. It's stylish in Malaya. : SARONG
22. It masquerades as chicken. : TUNA
24. ___ Lajoie, famous ballplayer. : NAP
25. Zoology suffix. : INI
26. Feed bag unit. : OAT
28. Lettuce. : ROMAINE
30. Where kernels grow. : COB
31. "A primrose by the river's ___." : BRIM
33. Profit. : AVAIL
34. War god. : ARES
36. Mr. Johnston. : ERIC
38. Mrs. Kefauver. : NANCY
39. Undisputed bosses. : AUTOCRATS
42. Mr. Arnall. : ELLIS
45. Not of the clergy. : LAIC
46. Brimless hats. : TAMS
50. Pagliacci item. : LAUGH
51. Mr. Shriner of TV. : HERB
53. ___ Dai of Annam. : BAO
54. Benders of the longbow. : ARCHERS
57. Grow fainter. : DIE
58. "They lived happily ever after." : END
59. Kind of monkey. : SAI
60. Tear. : REND
62. Mrs. Taft. : MARTHA
64. Cash box. : TILL
66. Il Duce henchman. : CIANO
68. On. : ATOP
69. Intimately. : INLY
70. Front of a stage. : APRON
71. Without a crew. : SOLO
72. Report card grades. : CEES
73. Mrs. Ridgway. : PENNY
74. Kind of school. : PREP
1. Mrs. Cronyn. : JESSICA
2. Mrs. R. : ELEANOR
3. Attribute. : ASCRIBE
4. A group of fourteen nations. : NATO
5. Mrs. Smith. : MARGARET
6. Candles on a birthday cake. : AGE
7. Heart of the matter. : MEAT
8. Contract. : INCUR
9. Race: Comb. form. : ETHNO
10. Chignon. : BUN
11. Young English gentleman. : ETONIAN
12. Devilish. : SATANIC
13. Well-formed. : SHAPELY
21. San Francisco hill. : NOB
23. Lover: Fr. : AMANT
27. Austrian Alps. : TIROL
29. Yachtsman's yell. : AVAST
32. Book of the Old Testament. : MICAH
35. Owner of the Cardinals. : SAIGH
37. Shouted. : CRIED
40. Young man with a flashlight. : USHER
41. Bitterness. : ACRIMONY
42. Item of office supplies. : ELASTIC
43. Mrs. Durocher. : LARAINE
44. Mrs. Arnaz. : LUCILLE
47. Helper. : ABETTOR
48. Favorite device in the cartoonist's repertoire. : MANHOLE
49. Refreshing drink. : SODAPOP
52. Lady Peel. : BEA
55. Summary: Colloq. : RECAP
56. Long-billed bird. : SNIPE
61. Sock chore. : DARN
63. Soda flavor: Abbr. : RASP
65. River in France and Belgium. : LYS
67. ___ sequitur. : NON

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 7 debuted here and reused later.

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