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New York Times, Saturday, August 16, 1952

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.97, Missing: { Q X }, Scrabble score: 281 (avg 1.49)
Open Squares: 73, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 2, XRef: 0, Spans: 3, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 13
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 1,154
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1. A famous Scott. : DRED
5. Western nation not in NATO. : SPAIN
10. Steel magnate. : OLDS
14. Before kappa. : IOTA
15. Relinquish, as immunity. : WAIVE
16. Picador's target. : TORO
17. Catherine Marshall's book. : AMANCALLEDPETER
20. Outstanding woman athlete. : ZAHARIAS
21. Martha Finley's heroine. : ELSIE
22. Babylonian god. : ANU
23. Hamilton vs. Burr. : DUEL
25. Falling ruffles. : JABOTS
29. Old stringed instruments similar to the lute. : BANDORES
33. Irish islands. : ARAN
34. Man's nickname. : ERNIE
35. World labor group: Abbr. : ILO
36. Cho-Cho-San. : MADAMEBUTTERFLY
40. Name on a campaign button. : IKE
41. Burr Tillstrom's creation. : OLLIE
42. Olive tree genus. : OLEA
43. Scientist at Princeton. : EINSTEIN
45. Lusters. : SHEENS
47. Purposes. : AIMS
48. Nonclerical. : LAY
49. Gian-___ Menotti. : CARLO
52. New York City has it. : HOMERULE
57. Its keel was laid Feb. 8, 1950. : THEUNITEDSTATES
60. Slit. : RENT
61. Muralist Rivera. : DIEGO
62. One of the Four Freedoms. : WANT
63. Duck. : SMEE
64. U. S. envoy to Belgrade. : ALLEN
65. Iran's ruler. : SHAH
1. Discoverer of the Cape of Good Hope. : DIAZ
2. City of the Quirinal. : ROMA
3. Eskimo settlement. : ETAH
4. Mr. Andrews of Hollywood. : DANA
5. Beaux. : SWAINS
6. Pacific island group under U. S. trusteeship. : PALAU
7. Is indisposed. : AILS
8. Adjective suffix. : IVE
9. Actor Sparks. : NED
10. Verdi opera of 1887. : OTELLO
11. Where motion pictures are filmed. : LOTS
12. Three: German. : DREI
13. Sorrowful. : SORE
18. Partisan: Comb. form. : CRAT
19. River in the Carolinas. : PEEDEE
23. He immortalized Beatrice. : DANTE
24. Platoon or company. : UNIT
25. "Three Wishes For ___." : JAMIE
26. Japanese envoy to the U. S. : ARAKI
27. Karlsruhe is its capital. : BADEN
28. Miss Munson. : ONA
29. Boston hockey player. : BRUIN
30. G. I. item. : RIFLE
31. "Lady of the Lake." : ELLEN
32. Source of meal, flour and oil. : SOYAS
34. Evil spirit of Mohammedan myth. : EBLIS
37. Legislative proposal. : MOTION
38. Kind of school: Abbr. : ELEM
39. Small deer. : ROE
44. Twenty-one guns. : SALUTE
45. Man of exceptional strength. : SAMSON
46. Rain: Comb form. : HYET
48. One of Ike's backers. : LODGE
49. Football players: Abbr. : CTRS
50. Interjection. : AHEM
51. M. Pleven. : RENE
52. Tilt to one side. : HEEL
53. Unrefined sugars or uncultivated persons. : RAWS
54. Its symbol is the blue spruce. : UTAH
55. Siberian river. : LENA
56. Old Testament book: Abbr. : ESTH
58. Where Shoshone Falls is: Abbr. : IDA
59. Sesame. : TIL

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 11 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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