New York Times, Thursday, January 13, 1983

Author:Eli Wesoff
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 5.05, Missing: { J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 285 (avg 1.52)
Open Squares: 70, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 5, XRef: 0
Eli Wesoff has 92 pre-Shortz puzzles and 1 Shortz era puzzle in our database.

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1. Cries like a coyote : HOWLS
6. Cuff : SLAP
10. Greedy : AVID
14. Prufrock's creator : ELIOT
15. Covering for a cave man : HIDE
16. "You ___ My Head" : GOTO
17. Oblivion : LIMBO
18. Vanquish : OVERPOWER
20. Riotous group's activity : MOBBING
22. Unselfish people : SHARERS
23. Meeting hall : LYCEUM
25. Tests of a sort : ORALS
26. A Tarzan playmate : APE
28. Bitter hostility : ANIMUS
30. French sculptor: 1840–1917 : RODIN
33. " . . . ___ than lions": II Samuel : STRONGER
38. Without companionship : ALONE
39. Hwys. : RDS
40. People of Scandinavia : NORSE
41. Romeo was one : MONTAGUE
43. Laurel and Kenton : STANS
44. Cesar of films : ROMERO
47. Bottom-line figure : NET
48. Like old blue jeans : FADED
51. Thingumbob : DOODAD
54. "Marseillaise" composer, Rouget ___ : DELISLE
56. Baffled : STUMPER
59. Restless : IMPATIENT
61. Sculptor's work : TORSO
62. Expression of approval : AMEN
63. Swiss painter: 1879–1940 : KLEE
64. Unlawful activity : CRIME
65. Horne from Brooklyn : LENA
66. Rubberneck : EYER
67. Evil spells : HEXES
1. Tiller : HELM
2. Hodgepodge : OLIO
3. Connors won here in 1982 : WIMBLEDON
4. Pressure group : LOBBY
5. Zeno was one : STOIC
6. Clavell best seller : SHOGUN
7. Ingmar protégée : LIV
8. Punches for parched people : ADES
9. Wage-rate phrase : PERHOUR
10. Marketplace : AGORA
11. I or e, i.e. : VOWEL
12. Brain passages : ITERS
13. She gained access to Hollywood : DORS
19. Estelle or Louella : PARSONS
21. Educ. group : NEA
24. Wrongful act : MISDEED
26. Ancient Syria : ARAM
27. He visited Cathay : POLO
29. Everest and Etna: Abbr. : MTS
31. What's Watt's dept.? : INT
32. Proximate : NEAREST
34. "___ on your life!" : NOT
35. Event at Le Mans : GRANDPRIX
36. Relative of a ceorl : ESNE
37. Direction from Delius : REST
39. Cuba-libre base : RUM
42. Divine : GODLIKE
45. List of names : ROSTER
46. Not in, Glasgow style : OOT
48. ___ fatale : FEMME
49. Word with stock or horn : ALPEN
50. Prince William's mother : DIANA
52. Kind of oven : DUTCH
53. Love, in Firenze : AMORE
54. Select a TV program : DIAL
55. Slippery : EELY
57. Salinger girl : ESME
58. Forest creatures : ROES
60. Marriage-report word : NEE

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