New York Times, Monday, November 13, 1989

Author:Albert J. Klaus
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 44, Avg Word Len: 4.76, Missing: { J Q V X Z }, Scrabble score: 240 (avg 1.33)
Open Squares: 59, Cheaters: 10, FITB: 3, XRef: 0
Albert J. Klaus has 115 pre-Shortz puzzles and 4 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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Across Down
1. Health resort : SPA
4. Spot : BLOT
8. Sank a putt : HOLED
13. Cather's "One of ___" : OURS
15. Waikiki's locale : OAHU
16. Stadium : ARENA
17. An international society member : FREEMASON
19. Skins : RINDS
20. Brewing vessels : TEAPOTS
21. Over : ACROSS
23. Three, in Torino : TRE
24. Lubricate : OIL
25. Guided : STEERED
29. False: Comb. form : PSEUDO
33. Narrow opening : SLIT
34. Kind of record player : STEREO
36. Depression-era agcy. : NRA
37. Okla. city : TULSA
39. Bind : TIE
40. Lowest point : NADIR
42. Peer Gynt's mother : ASE
43. Female relatives : NIECES
46. Regrets : RUES
47. Tears into strips : SHREDS
49. Chosen : ELECTED
51. Unit of electricity : REL
52. Uncooked : RAW
53. Terrifies : SCARES
56. Ponds connected with seas : LAGOONS
60. Dental thread : FLOSS
61. One not of the clergy : LAYPERSON
63. Cowboy show : RODEO
64. Parcel of land : ACRE
65. Swiss painter Paul ___ : KLEE
66. Crave, with "for" : YEARN
67. Golf-ball holders : TEES
68. Corrida shout : OLE
1. Lenient : SOFT
2. Unadulterated : PURE
3. Region : AREA
4. Straw hats : BOATERS
5. Girl : LASS
6. Exclamation of surprise : OHO
7. Pear or fish : TUNA
8. Ninth or 23d U.S. President : HARRISON
9. Black and yellow bird : ORIOLE
10. Magnifying glass : LENS
11. Finishes : ENDS
12. German article : DAS
14. Groups of seven : SEPTETS
18. Greater : MORE
22. Contend with successfully : COPE
25. Partly melted snow : SLUSH
26. Roofer, sometimes : TILER
27. Suffix meaning "small" : ETTE
28. Free from frost : DEICE
30. Excessive : UNDUE
31. Cut and ___ : DRIED
32. Rows : OARS
33. Depots: Abbr. : STAS
35. Lively dance : REEL
38. Marian or Maxwell : ANDERSON
41. Illustrative material : ARTWORK
44. Jersey or Guernsey : ISLE
45. Mexican outer garments : SERAPES
48. Chalk-mark remover : ERASER
50. Batting-practice prop : CAGE
53. Blackthorn : SLOE
54. Finale in music : CODA
55. Blind part : SLAT
56. Instrument Orpheus played : LYRE
57. Capital of Norway : OSLO
58. Christmas carol : NOEL
59. Koko's weapon : SNEE
60. Young fish : FRY
62. Perfect tennis serve : ACE

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