New York Times, Thursday, January 26, 1984

Author: Bette Sue Cohen
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.85, Missing: { F J Q X }, Scrabble score: 294 (avg 1.56)
Open Squares: 71, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 10, XRef: 2
Bette Sue Cohen has 41 pre-Shortz puzzles and 6 Shortz era puzzles in our database.
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© 1984, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Junta : CABAL
6. With 47 Down, Paul Newman film: 1977 : SLAP
10. Name of two English statesmen : PITT
14. ___ a minute : AMILE
15. Where Waterloo is : IOWA
16. Indian of Okla. : OTOE
17. Newman film: 1961 : PARISBLUES
19. Ice-hockey structure : CAGE
20. Pres. Wilson was one : PHD
21. Pungency : SALT
22. Longtime companion of Gertrude Stein : TOKLAS
24. Rialto award : TONY
25. Mont. Indian : CREE
26. Ta-ta : SOLONG
29. 19th-century English principles : CHARTISM
33. Air Force missiles : THORS
34. Pickens of films : SLIM
35. Lisa or Freeman : MONA
36. Produce interest : EARN
37. Hindu ascetic : SWAMI
38. Step ___ (get moving) : ONIT
39. Sevareid : ERIC
40. Prong : TINE
41. "Have ___ day" : ANICE
42. Picking up again : RESUMING
44. ___ Pete (inferior wine) : SNEAKY
45. Abnormal breathing sound : RALE
46. "___ L," Newman film: 1966 : LADY
47. Excoriate : SCATHE
50. Kind of dancer : GOGO
51. "___ how they run!" : SEE
54. Israeli dance : HORA
55. Newman film: 1982 : THEVERDICT
58. Prefix with bus : OMNI
59. Tommy of "My One and Only" : TUNE
60. Shave : RAZOR
61. Newman in 1940 : TEEN
62. Baltic feeder : ODER
63. Astaire's sister : ADELE
1. He created Daisy Mae : CAPP
2. Chinese nurse : AMAH
3. "Sweet ___ of Youth," Newman film: 1962 : BIRD
4. Actress MacGraw : ALI
5. Tutors' presentations : LESSONS
6. Goosey : SILLY
7. Oaf : LOUT
8. Windmill sail : AWE
9. Deli delicacy : PASTRAMI
10. Newman film: 1972 : POCKETMONEY
11. A type: Abbr. : ITAL
12. Garment for Galba : TOGA
13. Watson's pegs : TEES
18. Sudden loud noise : BANG
23. Above, to Poe : OER
24. Newman film: 1966 : TORNCURTAIN
25. ___ in (interrupt) : CHIME
26. Direct : STEER
27. Great airport : OHARE
28. Lemur : LORIS
29. Sound in a body shop : CLANG
30. Ancient region on the Aegean : IONIA
31. Cut slightly : SNICK
32. British buddy : MATEY
34. Hogs : SWINE
37. Robbins book : STILETTO
41. Pyrenees land : ANDORRA
43. ___-jongg : MAH
44. Kind of brush : SAGE
46. Paramour : LOVER
47. See 6 Across : SHOT
48. ___ across (contribute) : COME
49. English composer : ARNE
50. A Kelly : GENE
51. Tailor's question : SIZE
52. Environmental sci. : ECOL
53. To be, in Metz : ETRE
56. Newman film: 1963 : HUD
57. Newman is one : DAD

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