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New York Times, Monday, July 7, 1952

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.03, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 300 (avg 1.57)
Open Squares: 69, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 2, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 17
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 1,114
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1. Guerrillas of the Philippines. : HUKS
5. Anything advantageous. : ASSET
10. Follows irrationally. : APES
14. Medical student's subject: Abbr. : ANAT
15. Assembly halls in German schools. : AULAE
16. Identical. : SAME
17. Acting chairman, Senate Armed Services Committee. : HARRYFBYRD
19. Math., geom., ___. : TRIG
20. Pitcher Reynolds. : ALLIE
21. Recompense. : MEED
22. Gen. Weyland of the A. A. F. : OTTO
23. New Zealand parrot. : KAKA
25. Refrain word in old songs. : DERRY
27. Senator from the Hoosier State. : CAPEHART
31. Spoke bitterly. : RAILED
34. Obligation. : ONUS
35. Close relationships. : TIES
37. Where Gov. Payne defeated Sen. Brewster. : MAINE
38. Point. : NIB
39. Useful change. : PENNIES
41. Miss Fabray's nickname. : NAN
42. ___ Myerson, Labor Minister of Israel. : GOLDA
44. Old Norse work. : EDDA
45. Denomination. : SECT
46. Ingredient of potatoes à la lyonnaise. : ONIONS
48. Those who make duty an ideal. : SERVISTS
50. Pinch into folds or flutings. : CRIMP
52. Handle. : KNOB
53. Wanders about. : GADS
55. High: Comb. form. : ALTI
57. Strips of leather between shoe uppers and soles. : WELTS
61. Pointed arch. : OGEE
62. Where a party platform is built. : CAUCUSROOM
64. Term of endearment. : BABY
65. Peculiarities or crotchets. : KINKS
66. Preposition. : INTO
67. Art and science devotees. : ISTS
68. Store in a secret place for future use: Slang. : STASH
69. Eager. : AGOG
1. Relative of a chuckle. : HAHA
2. Single. : UNAL
3. Senator Mundt. : KARL
4. Umpires' decisions. : STRIKES
5. Hoyt Vandenberg's outfit. : AAF
6. The Nautilus, for instance. : SUBMARINE
7. Old form of cunning. : SLYE
8. Having spikes, as corn. : EARED
9. Chairman of the BBC. : TEDDER
10. Seaport in Oregon. : ASTORIA
11. Rural means of spreading the news. : PARTYLINES
12. Voice. : EMIT
13. State flower of Utah. : SEGO
18. Informal affirmative answer. : YEAH
24. Shakespearean heroine. : KATE
26. Domestic animals. : RAMS
27. Where Leopoldville is. : CONGO
28. Negatively charged particle. : ANION
29. It's now over $250,000,000,000. : PUBLICDEBT
30. Conduces. : TENDS
32. Decree. : ENACT
33. Slight depressions. : DENTS
36. Partners: Slang. : SIDEKICKS
39. Polish title of address, Mrs. or Madam. : PANI
40. Deserve. : EARN
43. Musical brothers. : DORSEYS
45. Symbol of exile. : SIBERIA
47. Sloops or cutters. : SMACKS
49. Solemn assertions. : VOWS
51. Braid. : PLAIT
53. Desert in Mongolia. : GOBI
54. Chief officers in Mohammedan countries. : AGAS
56. Ingredient for a summer salad. : TUNA
58. Governor of Hawaii. : LONG
59. A baby or young animal. : TOTO
60. Los Angeles has it. : SMOG
63. Escort: Slang. : USH

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 14 debuted here and reused later, 6 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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