4 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context.
|Thursday, June 22, 2006||40A||"May I sew you to another sheet?" speaker||Christina Houlihan Kelly|
|Wednesday, May 17, 2006||22D||Reverend credited with saying "The Lord is a shoving leopard"||Patrick Blindauer|
|Monday, July 12, 2004||23A||Rev. William who originated the phrase "a blushing crow"||Gregory E. Paul|
|Saturday, February 10, 2001||42D||Cleric famous for bloopers||Rich Norris|
2 results for SPOONER from Variety puzzles.
|January 2, 2000||acrostic||V||English cleric known for his verbal slips||Emily Cox and Henry Rathvon|
|March 21, 1999||panda||12D||Old lover who used no prose||Mel Taub|
14 results for SPOONER from older pre-Shortz puzzles.
|Sunday, January 20, 1991||91D||"Well-boiled icicles" man||Bernard Meren||Maleska|
|Friday, July 13, 1990||4D||Legendary speech garbler||Michael A. Rampino||Maleska|
|Friday, September 5, 1986||10D||"Well-boiled icycle" man||Daniel Girardi||Maleska|
|Friday, February 1, 1985||44A||Famed twister of words||Judith Perry||Maleska|
|Sunday, October 2, 1983||15D||When he botched words, he watched birds||Richard Silvestri||Maleska|
|Saturday, April 16, 1983||12D||Clergyman famous for slips of the tongue||Louise Earnest||Maleska|
|Saturday, August 1, 1981||4D||Inadvertent creator of phrases like "well-boiled icicle"||A. J. Santora||Maleska|
|Friday, September 4, 1970||13D||Clergyman known for slips of tongue||Unknown||Weng|
|Thursday, April 2, 1970||1D||Name linked to "This pie is occupewed" etc.||Unknown||Weng|
|Thursday, May 17, 1962||39D||Man known for witty reversals as "I'll sew you to a sheet."||Samuel Davis||Farrar|
|Sunday, March 12, 1961||32D||Deviser of humorous sound transpositions.||Eugene T. Maleska||Farrar|
|Thursday, June 9, 1960||10D||Oxford Dean, famous for a form of humor.||Unknown||Farrar|
|Thursday, November 4, 1954||13D||He gave his name to a transposition of sounds.||E. E. Smith||Farrar|
|Friday, April 3, 1953||27A||He transposed letters, i. e., "I'll sew you to a sheet."||Roberta Morse||Farrar|