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New York Times, Tuesday, July 8, 1952

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 32, Avg Word Len: 5.22, Missing: { J W X Z }, Scrabble score: 301 (avg 1.56)
Open Squares: 73, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 5, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 16 Grid has both 90- and 180-degree symmetry.
David Steinberg notes:

Original 28-Down clue had two "at"s; removed one.

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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 1,115
Across
1. Name for mademoiselle. : FIFI
5. Attire of judges. : ROBES
10. Military station. : POST
14. Tributary of the Severn. : AVON
15. Item on a track card. : EVENT
16. Together: Music. : ADUE
17. City near Nancy. : TOUL
18. He composed the "Grand Canyon Suite." : FERDEGROFE
20. Pulling into the station. : ARRIVING
22. One of the Musketeers. : ARAMIS
23. Spaces for spectators. : SEATS
24. Ricochet. : SKIP
25. Release from an obligation. : ACQUIT
27. What the Roman poets called Spain. : HESPERIA
31. Pronoun. : YOU
32. Pause. : LETUP
34. Tax. : STENT
35. Amo, amas, ___. : AMAT
37. Tiny Greek island in the Cyclades. : DELOS
39. Begone! : SCAT
40. "___ to the maiden of bashful fifteen . . . " : HERES
42. Emitted beams of light. : RAYED
44. Miss Claire. : INA
45. Sources of snores. : STERTORS
47. Loser at Little Big Horn. : CUSTER
49. Stringy. : ROPY
50. Spenser's name for Ireland. : IRENA
51. Long for. : ASPIRE
54. Rayon fabrics. : ACETATES
57. Here today, gone tomorrow. : FLYBYNIGHT
59. Prefix meaning "thousand" in metric system. : KILO
60. Brioche. : ROLL
61. Sign up. : ENROL
62. Unvarying. : EVEN
63. Molding with a double curve. : OGEE
64. Variation of darling. : DEARY
65. Yellow, Red and Black. : SEAS
Down
1. ___ Morgana, fairy of Arthurian legend. : FATA
2. Song writer Novello. : IVOR
3. Unequivocal. : FOURSQUARE
4. Instead: 2 wds. : INLIEU
5. Equipped again. : REFITTED
6. Where cakes come from. : OVENS
7. Miss Patty of golf. : BERG
8. Outcome. : END
9. Minute ___. : STEAKS
10. Protective walls. : PARAPETS
11. Famous name in aviation. : ODOM
12. Mohammedan ascetic and mystic. : SUFI
13. Parts of a golf course. : TEES
19. Porter's burden. : GRIPS
21. Inventor who improved the telegraph. : VAIL
24. Native soldier in British service in India. : SEPOY
25. Native maids in India. : AYAHS
26. Britain's huge jet plane. : COMET
27. Pantomime dances of Hawaii. : HULAS
28. Between arias, at the opera. : RECITATIVE
29. Foolish. : INANE
30. Flower product. : ATTAR
33. Comic strip character. : TERRY
36. Distressing. : TERRIBLE
38. In a mysterious way. : SECRETLY
41. Any news article: Journalism. : STORY
43. "Tristan und Isolde," Act II, Scene 2. : DUET
46. Staged a première. : OPENED
48. Reptiles. : SNAKES
50. Ethereal fluid in the veins of the gods. : ICHOR
51. A continent: Comb. form. : AFRO
52. Plod through mire. : SLOG
53. Correspondent Ernie. : PYLE
54. City near Delhi. : AGRA
55. Ancient town near Salerno. : ELEA
56. Favorite ___. : SONS
58. Common suffix. : INE

Answer summary: 16 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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