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New York Times, Friday, August 8, 1952

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 35, Avg Word Len: 5.00, Missing: { J Q V X Z }, Scrabble score: 286 (avg 1.51)
Open Squares: 76, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 7
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 1,146
Across Down
1. Culmination. : ACME
5. Scenic part of Quebec. : GASPE
10. Sour-tempered. : ACID
14. Snowball. : GROW
15. Drive forward. : IMPEL
16. Exclusive. : SOLE
17. Solemnity. : RITE
18. Salient feature of John L. Lewis. : BEETLEBROW
20. Alas: German. : ACH
21. The "b" in n. b. : BENE
22. One of Jackson's five Secys. of Treasury. : DUANE
23. Custodians. : KEEPERS
26. Bet an original amount and its winnings on another race. : PARLAY
27. Aid in hunting big game. : BEATER
28. Ibsen's "___ of the People." : ENEMY
30. Rose petal product. : ATTAR
31. J. C. Harris' ___ Rabbit. : BRER
32. The makings of a quarrel. : TWO
35. Shortest distance between two points. : BEELINE
37. Any source of needless fright. : BUGBEAR
40. Governor in Topeka. : ARN
41. Go by plane. : AERO
43. Cancel. : ERASE
44. Relative of the auk. : MURRE
46. Hikes. : TRAMPS
47. Inn in "The Canterbury Tales." : TABARD
50. Marianne Moore, for instance. : POETESS
52. Honor. : ADORE
53. Varnish ingredients. : LACS
54. Relative of dynamite. : TNT
56. Person who takes French leave. : FLYBYNIGHT
58. Hunter's prize. : DEER
59. One expense for motorists. : TOLL
60. River flowing into the Rhone. : ISERE
61. A language. : ERSE
62. With "snicker," a knife. : SNEE
63. Stationed. : BASED
64. Alberto Azzo II. : ESTE
1. Where Shah Jahan built his palace. : AGRA
2. One of eleven players. : CRICKETER
3. Out of fashion. : MOTHEATEN
4. Animal. : EWE
5. Talk foolishly. : GIBBER
6. Abdul's title. : AMEER
7. 16th century poet. : SPENSER
8. Man's nickname. : PETE
9. Part of a house. : ELL
10. ___ Park, resort in N. J. : ASBURY
11. Relative of shocking pink. : CORAL
12. Actress Massey. : ILONA
13. Head of a delegation in Chicago. : DEWEY
19. City known for caseous produce. : EDAM
24. And elsewhere: Lat. abbr. : ETAL
25. "Iolanthe" or "The Peer and the ___." : PERI
26. Where Mt. Huascaran is. : PERU
27. Cake flavored with rum. : BABA
29. Whence Moses saw the Promised Land. : NEBO
31. According to legend, Gambrinus invented this. : BEER
32. Dan Tobin's men. : TEAMSTERS
33. Place where threatening enemies abound. : WASPSNEST
34. Products of the Mesabi Range. : ORES
36. Rare and costly ointment of ancient times. : NARD
38. Miss Lawrence to her friends. : GERT
39. Hillside in the Highlands. : BRAE
42. Summons repeatedly. : REPAGES
44. Former women's tennis champ. : MARBLE
45. U. S. chemist, discoverer of heavy hydrogen. : UREY
46. Examined chemically. : TESTED
47. Prominent Cincinnatians. : TAFTS
48. Famous hotel in Berlin. : ADLON
49. McKinney's predecessor as the Democrats' chairman. : BOYLE
51. Color on the artist's palette. : OCHRE
53. Actress Kirk. : LISA
55. Symbol on the South Carolina flag. : TREE
57. Bill. : NIB
58. Fondy of the Cubs. : DEE

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 6 debuted here and reused later, 4 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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