New York Times, Thursday, October 6, 1983

Author:Albert J. Klaus
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 42, Avg Word Len: 4.69, Missing: { B Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 298 (avg 1.63)
Open Squares: 57, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 7, XRef: 0, Spans: 1
Albert J. Klaus has 115 pre-Shortz puzzles and 4 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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1. Reject a lover : JILT
5. Walk in procession : MARCH
10. Eight: Comb. form : OCT
13. Mormon state : UTAH
14. Love : ADORE
15. Iulius in Caesar's reign : JULY
16. Verne character : NEMO
17. Arabian country : YEMEN
18. Hindu month : ASIN
19. Corundum : EMERY
21. ___ Mateo, Calif. : SAN
22. Loosen : UNTIE
23. Yuletide drink : NOG
25. Indian Prime Minister: 1947–64 : NEHRU
27. Guarantee : ASSURE
30. The ___ (Rocky Mt. range) : LASALS
33. W.W. II area : ETO
34. Charity-solicitation time : TAGDAY
36. Mechanical repetition : ROTE
38. Features of this puzzle : MONTHSOFTHEYEAR
41. Arabian noble : EMIR
42. A son of Jacob : SIMEON
43. Peruke : WIG
44. Makes points : SCORES
46. Prehistoric tomb : DOLMEN
48. Nautical poles : MASTS
50. Starr or Francis : KAY
51. Bivouacs : CAMPS
54. A neighbor of Ill. : IND
56. Potato type : IDAHO
60. Pulitzer Prize novelist : AGEE
61. Garden pest : SCALE
63. Athena title : ALEA
64. Mistakes : ERRS
65. Actor in "The Great Dictator" : OAKIE
66. Affirmative votes : YEAS
67. New: Comb. form : NOV
68. Pertaining to oil : OLEIC
69. Family branch : SEPT
1. Havoc or Haver : JUNE
2. Particular : ITEM
3. Crippled : LAME
4. Prickles; spines : THORNS
5. Comedienne Elaine : MAY
6. Fruity drinks : ADES
7. Kind of candle : ROMAN
8. Having squared notches : CRENELATED
9. Layer : HEN
10. Evict : OUST
11. CCCIV divided by II : CLII
12. English river : TYNE
15. Don ___, pro golfer : JANUARY
20. Lad : YOUTH
22. Speakers' hesitations : URS
24. Fescue and rye : GRASSES
26. Farm device for dragging bales : HAYHOOK
27. Molecule parts : ATOMS
28. Kind of boom : SONIC
29. Conceited : EGOISTICAL
31. Lerner's partner in songwriting : LOEWE
32. Blemish on a tie : STAIN
33. Scottish uncle : EME
35. R.A.F. award : DFM
37. Work unit : ERG
39. Blast-furnace devices : TROMPES
40. Chou ___ : ENLAI
45. Headland : RAS
47. " . . . sad Rose of all ___!": Yeats : MYDAYS
49. Plumber's pipe cleaner : SNAKE
51. A D-day city : CAEN
52. Sour, in Salerno : AGRO
53. ___ Griffin, TV emcee : MERV
55. Year in the reign of Justinian I : DLII
57. On the sheltered side : ALEE
58. Pile : HEAP
59. Kiln : OAST
61. ___ Canals : SOO
62. Common Market initials : EEC

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