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New York Times, Wednesday, July 23, 1952

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.85, Missing: { F J K Q Z }, Scrabble score: 263 (avg 1.39)
Open Squares: 69, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 1, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 2
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 1,130
Across Down
1. Weather prediction. : WARM
5. Indian province, tea-growing center. : ASSAM
10. Telephone man. : BELL
14. Word sometimes heard at weddings. : OBEY
15. Kin of the camel, but humpless. : LLAMA
16. Old-time name for malaria. : AGUE
17. Frees. : RIDS
18. Milky liquid yielding rubber. : LATEX
19. Prong. : TINE
20. It's named after a famous Navy man. : DESTROYER
22. Droops. : WILTS
23. Sign for a diner. : EATS
24. Where the Oxonian rows. : ISIS
26. Phil of the radio. : HARRIS
29. Fate of the Graf Spee. : SCUTTLED
33. Chemical mixture added to gasoline. : ETHYL
34. Part of a radio. : DIAL
35. Aborigine of Japan. : AINU
36. Novel title. : SHE
37. Breastbone. : STERNUM
40. Where the Oxonian's rival rows. : CAM
41. Hernando de ___, Mississippi discoverer. : SOTO
43. Improves by gradual change. : AGES
44. First name of Lorelei's creator. : ANITA
46. Native of Tallinn. : ESTONIAN
48. Lists of candidates. : SLATES
49. Maglie and others. : SALS
50. Mackintosh. : COAT
51. What George Washington did in many places. : SLEPT
54. Follower of a South American dictator. : PERONISTA
59. Josip Broz of Belgrade. : TITO
60. The Pleiades, for instance. : SEVEN
61. Early type of bow instrument. : VIOL
62. Poet of the twelfth century. : OMAR
63. Wrathful. : IRATE
64. Set in order, as a MS. : EDIT
65. Ridge in cloth. : WALE
66. Truck driver's haven. : DINER
67. Grain storage place. : SILO
1. Household article. : WORD
2. Anne Nichols' hero. : ABIE
3. Judge Medina's convicted eleven. : REDS
4. Favorite hammock reading. : MYSTERY
5. Parcels out. : ALLOTS
6. Kills. : SLAYS
7. Satisfy to the full. : SATE
8. 150,697,361 plus. : AMERICANS
9. Man's name. : MAX
10. Dictator Fulgencio. : BATISTA
11. Archer of Norse myth, ancestor of William Tell. : EGIL
12. Alfred of the stage. : LUNT
13. Members of the F. F. V. : LEES
21. Class of stocks for investment. : RAILS
22. Waggishness. : WIT
25. Sea between the Philippines and Borneo. : SULU
26. German state in American occupation zone. : HESSE
27. One of a famous trio. : ATHOS
28. A fictional Butler. : RHETT
29. Popular type of fictional heroine. : SIREN
30. Permitted. : LICIT
31. Growing out. : ENATE
32. "The Fourth Musketeer." : DUMAS
34. Italy's Premier. : DEGASPERI
38. Dog's means of expression. : TAIL
39. South Africa's "apartheid" champion. : MALAN
42. The germ of a future plant. : OOSPORE
45. All-year-round people. : NATIVES
47. Man's nickname. : NAT
48. Native of Oklahoma. : SOONER
50. Its capital is Canea. : CRETE
51. Put away compactly. : STOW
52. President Manuel Odria's capital. : LIMA
53. And others: Lat. abbr. : ETAL
55. Welsh name. : EVAN
56. Title of honor in India. : SIDI
57. Arduous labor. : TOIL
58. Musical part. : ALTO
60. Mr. Caesar of TV. : SID

Answer summary: 2 debuted here and reused later, 7 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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