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New York Times, Tuesday, September 30, 1952

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 80, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.72, Missing: { J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 292 (avg 1.54)
Open Squares: 64, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 1, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 10
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 1,199
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1. Plum pudding, for instance. : SWEET
6. Middle or Dark. : AGES
10. Soldier-philosopher of Caesar's time. : CATO
14. Japan's first Ambassador to U. S. since 1941. : ARAKI
15. Hoarfrost. : RIME
16. Shortly. : ANON
17. Split wide open. : RIVEN
18. Fabulous arbiter of social doings. : MRSGRUNDY
20. Partook of 1 Across. : ATE
21. Welcome. : HAIL
23. Kinder flings for them. : REDSOX
24. She was rescued by Hercules from a sea monster. : HESIONE
26. Make sound. : HEAL
27. "The Count of Monte ___." : CRISTO
29. McKinley and Logan. : PEAKS
33. Member of the family. : PARENT
36. Arabs' garments. : ABAS
38. Governor in Salt Lake City. : LEE
39. In the center. : AMID
40. Parcel out. : ALLOT
42. Alerted operatives. : GMEN
43. Destroy insidiously. : SAP
44. On the briny deep. : ASEA
45. A kind of scout. : TALENT
47. Cut with scissors. : SHEAR
49. Channel for carrying off water. : SLUICE
51. Hansoms. : CABS
53. Emulates a cakewalker. : PRANCES
57. Golden bird. : ORIOLE
60. Vinson of the Supreme Court. : FRED
61. Hour: Italian. : ORA
62. Gentleman of Verona. : PETRUCHIO
64. NATO's Secretary in Paris. : ISMAY
66. V. I. P. in Conservative government. : EDEN
67. Pueblo Indians' ceremonial chamber. : KIVA
68. Originate. : ARISE
69. Names, in Paris. : NOMS
70. River through a Low Country. : YSER
71. More attractive. : NICER
1. She lived 127 years. : SARAH
2. Required ability for naturalization. : WRITE
3. Overhanging edges of a roof. : EAVES
4. Obtain with difficulty. : EKE
5. La Guardia's adjective for a gambler. : TINHORN
6. NATO's forces. : ARMIES
7. Magazine cover. : GIRL
8. River into the North Sea. : EMS
9. River from the Pyrenees to the Ebro. : SEGRE
10. Ousted member of the Justice Department. : CAUDLE
11. Blyth and Sothern. : ANNS
12. Goings on. : TODO
13. Quartz with parallel colored layers. : ONYX
19. Cuts with a scythe and gathers. : REAPS
22. Miss Loos and others. : ANITAS
25. Cooled. : ICED
26. He rides the rods. : HOBO
28. Deposed King of Jordan. : TALAL
30. Egyptian singing and dancing girl. : ALME
31. Razor-edged. : KEEN
32. Threw. : SENT
33. Brenner or Khyber. : PASS
34. Rani's nurse. : AMAH
35. A kind of old age. : RIPE
37. Caparison. : ATTIRE
41. Without. : LESS
42. Secluded hollow between hills. : GLEN
44. The Hades of Babylonian myth. : ARALU
46. Onetime native of Nova Scotia. : ACADIAN
48. Bluejay's cache. : ACORNS
50. Sound effect at the Stadium. : UPROAR
52. Captain Crawley's bride. : BECKY
54. "Space Cadet" is one. : COMIC
55. Blot out. : ERASE
56. Intoner. : SAYER
57. Free from ice. : OPEN
58. Fix over. : REDO
59. Particular entry. : ITEM
60. Basketball team. : FIVE
63. Pronoun. : HIS
65. Title of respect in India. : SRI

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

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