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New York Times, Thursday, July 24, 1952

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.85, Missing: { J K Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 273 (avg 1.44)
Open Squares: 61, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 7, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 9
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Across Down
1. Canadian peak, second highest in North America. : LOGAN
6. Hatter's stuff. : FELT
10. Alumnus. : GRAD
14. Pass over in silence. : ELIDE
15. Nautical term. : ALEE
16. Italian author, Carlo ___. : LEVI
17. Convention group. : DELEGATION
19. Type of golf tournament. : OPEN
20. Ramble. : GAD
21. Greek god of war. : ARES
22. Governor and keynoter. : DEVER
24. Made into law. : ENACTED
26. Carousal. : REVEL
27. French river. : AIN
28. Foreign section of Istanbul. : PERA
29. War vessel. : LST
32. Means of access. : APPROACHES
36. Avocado. : PEAR
37. 79-year-old President of the AFL. : GREEN
38. Tidelands product. : OIL
39. A votre ___. : SANTE
40. Decomposes. : ROTS
41. Adherents of a former President. : WILSONITES
43. French friend. : AMI
44. Dutch painter. : HALS
45. ___ Johnson. : VAN
46. "___ the way the money goes . . . " : THATS
48. Trousers of the 90's. : PEGTOPS
52. Penny-in-the-slot machine. : SCALE
53. Gertrude of the radio. : BERG
54. Coin of Riga. : LAT
55. Yells. : RAHS
56. Scientific theory formulated in 1905. : RELATIVITY
59. Fizzle. : FLOP
60. Shakespearean character. : EROS
61. "S. P. Q. R.," for instance. : NOVEL
62. ___ ex machina. : DEUS
63. Reckon from. : DATE
64. Resentful look. : GLARE
1. Shelf of rock. : LEDGE
2. City in New York. : OLEAN
3. Daughter of Rigoletto. : GILDA
4. Indiana author. : ADE
5. Absence of certain qualities. : NEGATION
6. Destined. : FATED
7. City of ancient Greece. : ELIS
8. Sign of the baseball zodiac. : LEO
9. They're hitched to locomotives. : TENDERS
10. Pugilistic symbol. : GLOVE
11. Adjective associated with raincoats. : REPELLENT
12. Affirm positively. : AVER
13. Last word of a famous Kipling poem. : DIN
18. The Roman Colosseum, for instance. : ARENA
23. Miss Le Gallienne. : EVA
25. Is interested. : CARES
26. Flanged spools. : REELS
28. Steve O'Neill's players. : PHILS
30. Gratify to the point of weariness. : SATE
31. ___ bien. : TRES
32. Carpet made in India. : AGRA
33. College festivity. : PROM
34. Little cabbage: French term of endearment. : PETITCHOU
35. Wire springs. : COILS
36. Emulate Churchill. : PAINT
39. Catching on a projecting branch. : SNAGGING
41. What moire is. : WATERED
42. Open to view. : OVERT
44. Man's nickname. : HAL
47. They fold over staples. : HASPS
48. "___ porridge hot." : PEASE
49. Papa Dionne. : OLIVA
50. British boy's pop. : PATER
51. Make fashionable. : STYLE
52. Store transaction. : SALE
53. Sully. : BLOT
55. Post Office service. : RFD
57. Period. : ERA
58. A book: Abbr. : VOL

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 6 debuted here and reused later, 3 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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