New York Times, Friday, October 7, 1983

Author:W. W. Hayward
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 5.05, Missing: { J Q U Z }, Scrabble score: 298 (avg 1.59)
Open Squares: 69, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 12, XRef: 1, Spans: 3
W. W. Hayward has 1 pre-Shortz puzzle in our database.

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© 1983, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Crazed and dangerous : AMOK
5. Relative obscurity : SHADE
10. Dogpatch plug : CHAW
14. Its capital is Denpasar : BALI
15. Southern tree : PECAN
16. Sun: Comb. form : HELI
17. Modern manifestations : SIGNSOFTHETIMES
20. Like an arrow : SAGITTAL
21. Postponed : ONICE
22. Bohemian : ARTY
23. "___ Rode Together," 1961 film : TWO
24. Academy Award winner: 1942 : CAGNEY
27. Contented : PLEASED
31. Kalahari-like : ARID
32. " . . . despised and ___ king": Shelley : DYING
33. Org. going great guns for firearms : NRA
35. "Mum's the word, friend!" : MYLIPSARESEALED
39. Trudge : PAD
40. Gone, as a dinner : EATEN
41. Tabula ___ : RASA
42. Basilica vestibule : NARTHEX
44. N.A.A.C.P. target : RACISM
46. Cusk ___ : EEL
47. Star of "Broken Blossoms": 1919 : GISH
48. Up ___ (feeling well) : TOPAR
51. One of Rome's Seven Hills : PALATINE
55. Postal Service classification : SPECIALDELIVERY
58. "___ Misbehavin'" : AINT
59. Was inclined : LEANT
60. Peon of yore : ESNE
61. Film about John Reed : REDS
62. Authority : SAYSO
63. Airline employee, for short : STEW
1. Good Book org. : ABS
2. ___ oui (yes, of course) : MAIS
3. Nadia's predecessor : OLGA
4. Long-running Broadway play, with "The" : KINGANDI
5. Inconsistent : SPOTTY
6. Like a pro guard : HEFTY
7. Proceedings : ACTA
8. Actress Arlene : DAHL
9. Boston-to-Portland dir. : ENE
10. Casual wear : CHINOS
11. Prefix with sphere : HEMI
12. Guinness : ALEC
13. Sagacious : WISE
18. Father : SIRE
19. Fee covered by the A.A.A. : TOWAGE
23. Decimal-system bases : TENS
24. Comedic style : CAMP
25. Indo-European : ARYAN
26. Radner or Gray : GILDA
27. Bakeware : PYREX
28. Legal claim : LIEN
29. Chou ___ : ENLAI
30. Scold, with "down" : DRESS
32. Radio's "A ___ wtih Judy" : DATE
34. Furniture style : ADAM
36. Ruler who founded St. Petersburg : PETERI
37. Comic Mort : SAHL
38. D.C.'s National ___ : ARCHIVES
43. Experiences innervation : REACTS
44. Broadway is one : RIALTO
45. Wine district in Italy : ASTI
47. Areas between peaks : GLENS
48. See 36 Down : TSAR
49. English painter: 1761–1807 : OPIE
50. Remain undecided : PEND
51. Accused person's answer : PLEA
52. "___ at the Races," 1937 film : ADAY
53. Love ___ : NEST
54. Raptorial bird : ERNE
56. Capp and Kaline : ALS
57. Evergreen : YEW

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