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New York Times, Tuesday, August 12, 1952

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.92, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 286 (avg 1.53)
Open Squares: 67, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 12
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 1,150
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1. Austrian chancellor. : FIGL
5. Battle. : FRAY
9. ___ Wars, Rome against Carthage. : PUNIC
14. Instrument not in Dizzy Gillespie's orchestra. : OBOE
15. Man about town. : ROUE
16. Miss Loos. : ANITA
17. A brave man. : LIONHEART
19. Epithet for Michelangelo. : TITAN
20. Degree for a person with pull. : DDS
21. City in Sicily. : ENNA
22. Transfer pictures. : DECALS
23. Pinnacle of a glacier. : SERAC
25. Fence steps. : STILE
27. Men named after Mr. Low. : SETHS
29. Space between Apt. 1 and Apt. 3. : HALLWAY
33. Smart eye-wear. : PATCH
35. He wrote of "tintinabulation." : POE
37. Straighten. : ALINE
38. Nautical term. : ALEE
39. Maine and Vermont liked him. : ALF
40. Admiral Joy's new responsibility. : USNA
41. Baseball nickname. : LIPPY
43. Johnny of the South. : REB
44. Combination of a blot and a smear. : BLEAR
45. Ike and others. : MISTERS
47. The Mohammedan religion. : ISLAM
49. Century plants. : ALOES
51. "God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen." : CAROL
53. The answer man. : ORACLE
56. Mr. Young of Hollywood. : ALAN
58. Wooden peg. : NOG
60. City in northern France. : LILLE
61. Suiting material. : SHARKSKIN
63. Romeo. : LOVER
64. Booby. : SIMP
65. City in Indiana. : PERU
66. Collect. : AMASS
67. Sinks slowly. : EBBS
68. Votes for. : AYES
1. Where the sheep are. : FOLD
2. Found in the footnotes. : IBIDS
3. Marches à la robots. : GOOSESTEPS
4. Man's nickname. : LEN
5. Sculptor of a famous Lincoln statue. : FRENCH
6. Strawberry ___. : ROAN
7. Distinctive qualities. : AURAS
8. Eventually. : YET
9. Important bone. : PATELLA
10. Amoebic. : UNICELLULAR
11. Heroine of a Spanish song. : NITA
12. A kind of type: Abbr. : ITAL
13. Receptacles. : CANS
18. A tract of waste land. : HEATH
22. Through: Prefix. : DIA
24. Silent butlers, for instance. : RECEPTACLES
26. Radio drama, "___ in Peace and War." : THEFBI
28. Of few and scattered elements. : SPARSE
30. One of the see-hear-think no evil group. : WISEMONKEY
31. Role for Celeste Holm. : ANNA
32. Kind of book published in June. : YEAR
33. Symbol of triumph. : PALM
34. Et ___ (and others). : ALII
36. Norse name. : OLE
42. Shouters. : YELLERS
44. Document to be filled in. : BLANK
46. Famous "Preacher." : ROE
48. Steep declivities. : SCARPS
50. Title for a European in India. : SAHIB
52. Nantes' river. : LOIRE
53. Clay water jar. : OLLA
54. City in France, scene of Vichy-held trials. : RIOM
55. Edison's middle name. : ALVA
57. Source of karakul, astrakhan, broadtail, etc. : LAMB
59. Blue wildebeests. : GNUS
61. Compass point. : SSE
62. Vichy, for instance. : SPA

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 11 debuted here and reused later, 4 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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