New York Times, Tuesday, January 18, 1983

Author:Albert J. Klaus
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 32, Avg Word Len: 5.08, Missing: { Q V X Z }, Scrabble score: 290 (avg 1.50)
Open Squares: 75, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 6, XRef: 0, Spans: 2
Albert J. Klaus has 115 pre-Shortz puzzles and 4 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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Across Down
1. Miner's need : LAMP
5. Sell hot tickets : SCALP
10. Bridge bid : SLAM
14. A literary Lamb : ELIA
15. Kind of beam : LASER
16. Brass instrument : TUBA
17. Famous jockey : WILLIESHOEMAKER
20. Actress ___ Rio : DEL
21. Ceremony : RITE
22. In a rational way : SANELY
23. Vivid representation : IMAGE
25. Shirt button : STUD
26. Without lumps : SMOOTH
28. Chief support : MAINSTAY
32. Tippy item : CANOE
33. Latin winding-line dance : CONGA
34. Broke bread : ATE
35. Hibernia : ERIN
36. Scold : CHIDE
37. "Addio del passato" is one : ARIA
38. Birthplace of Constantine the Great : NIS
39. Busy place in Chicago : OHARE
40. Shore-dinner treat : CLAMS
41. Pattern for formng a copy : TEMPLATE
43. Neptune is one : PLANET
44. Leghorns : HENS
45. Artist Wood : GRANT
46. Latin classic : AENEID
49. One on the run : GOER
50. Compass direction : ESE
53. Famed French skier : JEANCLAUDEKILLY
56. Too : ALSO
57. Actress Burstyn : ELLEN
58. Aspersion : SLUR
59. Old English gold coin : RYAL
60. Clefts; chinks : RIFTS
61. Hind, to a stag : MATE
1. Obscene : LEWD
2. "I cannot tell ___" : ALIE
3. Dominating influence of plutocrats : MILLIONISM
4. Buddy : PAL
5. Kringle vehicle : SLEIGH
6. Restrictive social group : CASTE
7. Wimbledon champ in 1975 : ASHE
8. Zodiacal sign : LEO
9. Renown : PRESTIGE
10. Tolerates : STANDS
11. Third book of the New Testament : LUKE
12. Walter of films : ABEL
13. Queen of Scots : MARY
18. Wrathful : IRATE
19. ___ Loa (Hawaiian volcano) : MAUNA
24. "Queen of the tides" : MOON
25. Noted jockey of yesteryear : SANDE
26. Perfume : SCENT
27. Eva ___ Saint : MARIE
28. Watered pattern in cloth : MOIRE
29. Italian dance : TARANTELLA
30. " . . . ___ to heal": Ecclesiastes : ATIME
31. Brewer's purchase : YEAST
33. Informal talks : CHATS
36. Candlemaker : CHANDLER
37. Actor Bates : ALAN
39. Pertaining to oil : OLEIC
40. Herbert ___ Hoover : CLARK
42. Carbolic acid : PHENOL
43. Primps : PREENS
45. Sewer's triangular insert : GODET
46. Not fully closed : AJAR
47. Hard to hold : EELY
48. Skylab org. : NASA
49. Wide abyss : GULF
51. Slattern : SLUT
52. Jane of fiction : EYRE
54. Three-time champ : ALI
55. Doctrine : ISM

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