New York Times, Thursday, January 15, 1987

Author:William Canine
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 4.87, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 282 (avg 1.52)
Open Squares: 68, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 4, XRef: 0
William Canine has 65 pre-Shortz puzzles and 2 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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© 1987, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Piece of cake : SLICE
6. A symbol of Eire : HARP
10. Nashville university : FISK
14. Authorized : LEGAL
15. Melville novel : OMOO
16. Fainéant : IDLE
17. Montemezzi's "L'___ dei Tre Re" : AMORE
18. Pulitzer Prize dramatist: 1927 : PAULGREEN
20. Boat basin : MARINA
22. Emulated Rosalynn Sumners : SKATED
23. Famed Green Bay Packer : BARTSTARR
26. Cheers for the above : RAHS
29. Items of interest to realtors : LOTS
30. Jazz style : BEBOP
34. Rhea's cousin : EMU
35. Othello, for one : MOOR
36. Take off : LEAVE
37. Site of Pago Pago : SAMOA
39. London suburb : KEW
41. Sand ridge : ESKER
42. Hokkaido city : OTARU
43. Bound : TIED
45. Do wrong : ERR
46. Belgrade coin : DINAR
47. Rose Bowl champs: 1986 : UCLA
48. Highfalutin' : ARTY
49. Greenhorns : NEOPHYTES
52. City ENE of Nantes : ANGERS
54. Enfold : SWATHE
58. Site of Cape Farewell : GREENLAND
61. Flynn of filmdom : ERROL
62. Seaweed derivative : AGAR
63. Hodgepodge : OLIO
64. Athens attraction : RUINS
65. Colorful parrot : LORY
66. Sheet of stamps : PANE
67. Kipling's word for "a good cigar" : SMOKE
1. Coup in bridge : SLAM
2. Champagne Tony of golf : LEMA
3. Borodin's prince : IGOR
4. West Indian group : CARIBS
5. Diva Obraztsova : ELENA
6. Poe's "___ Frog" : HOP
7. Candlenut : AMA
8. Drives out : ROUSTS
9. Strenuous dance : POLKA
10. Evergreens : FIRTREES
11. ___ fixe : IDEE
12. Vehicle for Frome : SLED
13. Range of knowledge : KEN
19. Mixed up : GARBLED
21. Guthrie : ARLO
24. Stole : TOOK
25. Indulge in pandiculation : STRETCH
26. Do a lawn job : RESOD
27. Violinmaker : AMATI
28. "The ___ Comedy": Saroyan : HUMAN
31. Napoleon creator : BAKER
32. Public : OVERT
33. He "opened" Japan: 1854 : PERRY
35. Actress O'Hara : MAUREEN
38. Type of greenhouse : ORANGERY
40. Like a coyote : WILY
44. Chophouse sign : EATS
47. N.J. college : UPSALA
48. Flavoring agent from wild ginger : ASARUM
50. Warship deck : ORLOP
51. Urns : EWERS
52. Former constellation : ARGO
53. Contiguous : NEAR
55. The Andrews Sisters, e.g. : TRIO
56. Brant's sound : HONK
57. In addition : ELSE
58. Unit of acceleration : GAL
59. "Winter of Artifice" author : NIN
60. Bambi's dam : DOE

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