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New York Times, Tuesday, September 2, 1952

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 31, Avg Word Len: 5.11, Missing: { J Q X }, Scrabble score: 272 (avg 1.40)
Open Squares: 72, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 12
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 1,171
Across
1. Secretary General of NATO. : ISMAY
6. Ingredient of Irish stew. : SPUD
10. Rise and fall. : TIDE
14. George Meredith heroine. : DIANA
15. Appropriated without right. : ARROGATED
17. What an élève learns. : LECON
18. Popular beverage. : GINGERALE
19. That which feels, thinks and acts. : EGO
20. City on the Dnieper. : KIEV
22. City of the Ukraine. : STALIN
23. Well-known Italian painter of 17th century. : RENI
25. An autocratic leader. : TSAR
27. Drink heartily: Colloq. : SWIG
28. ___ Woods, N. H., scene of the 1944 monetary conference. : BRETTON
31. Yearn: Colloq. : ACHE
33. Straight two-edged sword. : RAPIER
36. Greek letters. : ETAS
38. Japanese statesman (1841–1909). : ITO
39. Native of Tabriz. : PERSIAN
41. John Q. Public. : CITIZEN
43. Three: Prefix. : TRI
44. Weather seen on some TV screens. : SNOW
46. Vertical faces of stair steps. : RISERS
47. Body of an animal: Zool. : SOMA
49. Washington's campaign hat. : TRICORN
51. A fashionable promenade. : MALL
53. Native of the Balkans. : SERB
54. Half of the name of a certain law. : TAFT
58. City of four zones. : BERLIN
60. Mr. Hamilton of Hollywood. : NEIL
62. Box for the weather report on the front page of a newspaper. : EAR
63. Causes to whiten by excluding light. : ETIOLATES
65. F. E. P. C., for instance. : ISSUE
67. Squealing fans. : TEENAGERS
68. She sings "Kind Hearts." : SHORE
69. Gaelic. : ERSE
70. Untroubled. : EASY
71. Writes with both hands. : TYPES
Down
1. An empty railroad car. : IDLER
2. Prolonged endeavor to overcome resistance. : SIEGE
3. City of 70,252 in Georgia. : MACON
4. Up: Comb. form. : ANO
5. Member of the 8th Army. : YANK
6. Wisest. : SAGEST
7. A kind of eye. : PRIVATE
8. Coffee-making utensil. : URN
9. Pointers. : DOGS
10. One of the Gilbert Islands. : TARAWA
11. Underscore with a single line. : ITALICIZE
12. One who gives pleasure. : DELIGHTER
13. Clarissa ___. : EDEN
16. Prepares. : GETS
21. Repeating. : ITERANT
24. A wading bird. : IBIS
26. Student military organization. : ROTC
29. Former Portuguese money of account. : REIS
30. Capital of Kenya, British East Africa. : NAIROBI
32. Long periods of time. : EONS
33. Reports: Abbr. : RPTS
34. Instrument for finding the weight or density of a gas. : AEROMETER
35. Important political events. : PRIMARIES
37. To-do. : STIR
40. Correlatives. : NORS
42. "There ___ any more." : ISNT
45. Beach party favorites. : WIENERS
48. Of the same or equal consequence. : ALLONE
50. Place of English victory over French, 1346. : CRESSY
52. Miss Lee of Hollywood. : LILA
55. Storyteller akin to La Fontaine. : AESOP
56. President of France, 1895–99. : FAURE
57. Popular poem and songs. : TREES
58. Animal: French. : BETE
59. Swimming: French. : NAGE
61. Subject of one of Ko-Ko's songs. : LIST
64. Kind of party. : TEA
66. Recoil. : SHY

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 9 debuted here and reused later, 3 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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