New York Times, Monday, January 15, 1990

Author: Albert J. Klaus
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.79, Missing: { B F J Q V W X Z }, Scrabble score: 254 (avg 1.36)
Open Squares: 69, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 10, XRef: 0
Albert J. Klaus has 115 pre-Shortz puzzles and 4 Shortz era puzzles in our database.
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1. Comedian Bob ___ : HOPE
5. Comedian Byron ___ : ALLEN
10. "But thou art ___ ready to pardon . . . ": Neh. 9:17 : AGOD
14. Actor Richard ___ : EGAN
15. Coronet : TIARA
16. Custody : CARE
17. Master of slapstick and pathos : REDSKELTON
19. He, to Hadrian : ILLE
20. Type of TV show : RERUN
21. Confirmation reply : YES
22. Harmonica player Larry ___ : ADLER
23. Ancient Chinese : SERES
25. Eye part : RETINA
27. Fitzgerald of songdom : ELLA
29. Beaver State : OREGON
32. Track circuit : LAP
35. Savors : TASTES
38. Mets' territory : SHEA
39. Ardor : ELAN
41. Halts : STOPS
42. Tennis units : SETS
43. Thurmond of N.B.A. fame : NATE
44. Impede : HAMPER
46. Cheer : RAH
47. Beginning, to Burns : ONCOME
49. Jack-in-the-pulpit, e.g. : ARUM
51. "Ernani" and "Orfeo" : OPERAS
54. Trap : SNARE
57. Ring-shaped coral island : ATOLL
59. Caviar : ROE
61. Elba or Sicilia : ISOLA
63. "Oh, My ___," Fisher hit : PAPA
64. Master of insult humor : DONRICKLES
66. Hot times in Paris : ETES
67. Last Greek letter : OMEGA
68. Shady trees : ELMS
69. Skin: Comb. form : DERM
70. Comedian Jackie ___ : MASON
71. "Let George ___" : DOIT
1. Mister, in Germany : HERR
2. S-shaped moldings : OGEES
3. Chaplain, to a G.I. : PADRE
4. Guarantee : ENSURE
5. Mischievous Olympian : ATE
6. Calla ___ : LILY
7. Subsequently : LATER
8. Irregular : EROSE
9. Fabray, to friends : NAN
10. Quality of being sour : ACIDNESS
11. Comedian featuring inventive props : GALLAGHER
12. Heraldry border : ORLE
13. Venison source : DEER
18. Genuflected : KNELT
22. Atmosphere : AIR
24. Swordsman : SLASHER
26. Quoits players : TOSSERS
28. Movie barker : ASTA
30. Mountain chain in Greece : OETA
31. Old car or poet : NASH
32. Comedian Jay ___ : LENO
33. Comedian King : ALAN
34. Master of Italian mimicry : PATCOOPER
36. Comedian Dreesen : TOM
37. Rixey of pitching fame : EPPA
40. Abnormal tissue growth : NEOPLASM
45. Mystical : RUNIC
48. Comedian Brooks : MEL
50. Disguised : MASKED
52. Fragrance : AROMA
53. Loudness units : SONES
55. Viking chieftain : ROLLO
56. Oleoresin used in incense : ELEMI
57. Imitated : APED
58. London art gallery : TATE
60. Therefore : ERGO
62. Vice prin., e.g. : ASST
64. Comedian DeLuise : DOM
65. Author Fleming : IAN

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