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New York Times, Monday, August 4, 1952

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 4.90, Missing: { J Q W }, Scrabble score: 296 (avg 1.55)
Open Squares: 69, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 1, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 10
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 1,142
Across Down
1. Historic Orkney Islands Flow. : SCAPA
6. Rebound of sound. : ECHO
10. ___ League, founded 1945. : ARAB
14. One of the nominees. : NIXON
15. Trickle. : DRIP
16. Knight of the road. : HOBO
17. At an inclination. : ATILT
18. Zsa Zsa, sister of Eva. : SARIGABOR
20. Mountain that was moved. : PELION
22. Only a step away. : NEAR
23. Miss Brooks, radio singer. : EVE
24. Weeping wife of King Amphion. : NIOBE
26. Ranked. : TIERED
28. One playing possum. : FEIGNER
31. Make one's mouth water. : TEMPT
32. One's whole interest. : ALL
33. Cheer up. : ELATE
35. Miss Gaynor, of "We're Not Married." : MITZI
38. Mr. Asther of Malmo and Hollywood. : NILS
40. Famous pro golfer. : SNEAD
42. French port near English channel. : CAEN
43. Single-foot, canter, etc. : GAITS
45. Beginning of a career. : DEBUT
47. Bleachers regular. : FAN
48. Miss Carroll, actress. : NANCY
50. Matthew or Matthias. : APOSTLE
52. Famous first name in Hollywood. : GLORIA
54. Ten-percenter. : AGENT
55. Cassim Baba's brother. : ALI
56. Campus ball. : PROM
58. The man from Puerto Rico. : ROMANI
62. A rule useful in solving difficulties. : MASTERKEY
65. Lofty plateau in central Asia. : PAMIR
66. Cousin of the ai. : UNAU
67. Department of France. : ORNE
68. A smart man. : ALECK
69. Meeting place for Chinese. : TONG
70. Little fellows. : TADS
71. Sharpens. : HONES
1. Homemade picture. : SNAP
2. Mention in dispatches. : CITE
3. Angle between stem and branch. : AXIL
4. Propelling a punt. : POLING
5. French man's name. : ANTOINE
6. Magazine men: Abbr. : EDS
7. Ichabod of Sleepy Hollow. : CRANE
8. Charter. : HIRE
9. Soporific. : OPIATE
10. Eureka! : AHA
11. He has four more years in Washington. : ROBERTTAFT
12. Superior to. : ABOVE
13. Fed up with life. : BORED
19. The children's favorite. : GRIMM
21. Seasonal songs. : NOELS
25. Product of France. : BRANDY
27. "Paradise Lost," for instance. : EPIC
28. He tried to send Oliver Twist to jail. : FANG
29. Man's name. : ELIA
30. Sen. Dirksen, for instance. : ILLINOISAN
31. Short cut to a popular brew. : TEABAG
34. Pipe fitting. : TEE
36. Ardent enthusiasm. : ZEAL
37. Ye old-fashioned hostelry. : INNE
39. Symbol on Arizona's flag. : STAR
41. Deceiving one. : DUPER
44. Shore bird. : SNIPE
46. Gold-mining city in Nevada. : TONOPAH
49. Source of vitamin A. : CARROT
51. Fortified seaport in France. : STMALO
52. Entire range. : GAMUT
53. Plain like the pampras. : LLANO
54. Make better. : AMEND
57. Specialty of Southern cookery. : OKRA
59. End of the invocation. : AMEN
60. Neighbor of Monaco. : NICE
61. Annoys. : IRKS
63. Annie's home. : TUG
64. Agree with. : YES

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 9 debuted here and reused later, 5 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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