Jim Page
Jim Page 

New York Times, Thursday, October 26, 1989

Author:Jim Page
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.79, Missing: { Q V X Z }, Scrabble score: 279 (avg 1.49)
Open Squares: 69, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 15, XRef: 0
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© 1989, The New York Times
Across Down
1. ___ Smith of N.F.L. fame : BUBBA
6. Singer ___ James : JONI
10. River to the Baltic : ODER
14. Rubber capital, once : AKRON
15. Indigo : ANIL
16. Indian antelope : DODA
17. ___ of burden : BEAST
18. Of a kind of schizophrenia : CATATONIC
20. Kind of prof. : ASST
21. Rope fiber : COIR
22. Emulate Cicero : ORATE
23. Food leavened with sour milk : SODABREAD
26. Anderson's "High ___" : TOR
27. Small harpsichord : SPINET
29. Apple juices : CIDERS
31. ___ suzette : CREPE
32. Lease signer : RENTER
35. Mediocre : SOSO
36. Sometimes it's on draft : ALE
37. In between jobs : IDLE
41. A basis for capitalism : PROFIT
44. Three-time P.G.A. champ : SNEAD
45. ___ out (eliminated) : PHASED
48. Fasten anew : REKNIT
49. Energy unit : RAD
50. Doris Day film, 1950 : TEAFORTWO
54. Tubby : OBESE
56. Nolackies : BUNS
57. Mighty mite : ATOM
60. Cowgirls? : MILKMAIDS
62. Door part : STILE
63. Shaw opus : PLAY
64. Selvage : EDGE
65. Baby-sits : TENDS
66. Polanski film : TESS
67. Places for loafers : FEET
68. Pressures, in a way : URGES
1. ___ au rhum : BABA
2. Haw. guitars : UKES
3. Number 2 woods for Trevino : BRASSIES
4. John Williams ensemble : BOSTONPOPS
5. Pismire : ANT
6. Sculptor Epstein : JACOB
7. "I lived ___": Frost : ONAIR
8. Saltpeter, to Englishmen : NITRE
9. Dock workers' org. : ILA
10. "___ of honeysuckle . . . ": O. Henry : ODOR
11. Please a fund-raiser : DONATE
12. Bowdler was one : EDITOR
13. Speedy ones : RACERS
19. "___, to sleep . . . ": Hamlet : TODIE
21. Bombay or jaguarundi : CAT
24. "Creek Mary's Blood" author ___ Brown : DEE
25. Personate : ACT
27. Playwrights' divs. : SCS
28. Paid athlete : PRO
30. "Abraham Lincoln" dramatist : DRINKWATER
32. "So few," to W.S.C. : RAF
33. Teacher of Samuel : ELI
34. Barrier for Becker : NET
38. Signifying : DENOTING
39. Chou En-___ : LAI
40. "Spring ahead" period in N.Y.C. : EDT
42. Desert shrub : RETEM
43. "___ on Indolence": Keats : ODE
44. Prepare a table : SET
45. Not dilatory : PROMPT
46. Able; skillful : HABILE
47. Author Turin et al. : ADELAS
48. Choo-choos: Abbr. : RRS
51. Tolerate : ABIDE
52. Fake it : FUDGE
53. Beginning : ONSET
55. "The ___ the limit" : SKYS
58. Ye ___ shoppe : OLDE
59. Ship's dining room : MESS
61. Pershing's W.W. I command : AEF
62. Erwin of movies : STU

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