New York Times, Saturday, November 3, 1984

Author:S. E. Wilkinson
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.85, Missing: { X Z }, Scrabble score: 330 (avg 1.75)
Open Squares: 71, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 8, XRef: 0
S. E. Wilkinson has 16 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.

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1. Wilson of baseball fame : HACK
5. National park in Alberta : BANFF
10. Gabon's Bongo : OMAR
14. "How now! ___?": Hamlet : ARAT
15. Valence valediction : ADIEU
16. He painted "The Queen's Party" : DALI
17. Samovars : URNS
18. Symbol of womanly beauty : HELEN
19. Red 1 and Blue 5 : DYES
20. ___ sequitur : NON
21. Hotfoot it : BALLTHEJACK
23. Brace : TWOSOME
25. Tic-tac-toe winner : OOO
26. Jazz singer Simone : NINA
27. Mason's conical weight : PLUMBBOB
32. Aristocratic : NOBLE
34. Yeas, in a way : PROS
35. Purpose : SAKE
36. According to : ALA
37. Gallants : SQUIRES
40. Novel by Kathleen Coyle : LIV
41. Angelus, e.g. : BELL
43. ___-daisy! : UPSY
44. Like a sieve : HOLEY
46. Verbal violation : SOLECISM
48. Frascati or Orvieto : VINO
49. Nitrous oxide, e.g. : GAS
50. Harmful : MALEFIC
53. Famed comedienne : LUCILLEBALL
58. D.C. agcy. : FDA
59. Mohammed, for one : ARAB
60. One of the Hours : IRENE
61. Shuttlecock : BIRD
62. Cartoonist Lazarus : MELL
63. Forty follower : NINER
64. Angered : IRED
65. Nabors TV role : PYLE
66. Malibu museum : GETTY
67. Moist : DEWY
1. Stay with : HAUNT
2. Directional signal : ARROW
3. Saxophonist Adderley : CANNONBALL
4. Chess pcs. : KTS
5. Grand ___, near Great Abaco : BAHAMA
6. Victor Hugo's wife : ADELE
7. "And, will you, ___ you . . . ": Shak. : NILL
8. Means of support : FEET
9. Amusement-park attraction : FUNHOUSE
10. Some tasks : ODDJOBS
11. Author Angelou : MAYA
12. Composer Wilder : ALEC
13. Bell the cat : RISK
21. Rollers for high rollers : BONES
22. Billing time: Abbr. : EOM
24. ___ vous plaît : SIL
27. Light refractor : PRISM
28. Brightly colored parrot : LORY
29. Highly energetic person : BALLOFFIRE
30. Migratory worker of the 30's : OKIE
31. Quail quantity : BEVY
32. Seizes : NABS
33. Ersatz butter : OLEO
34. Whelps : PUPS
38. Traitor : QUISLING
39. Pitchman's accomplice : SHILL
42. Unlike a scribble : LEGIBLE
45. Unified : ONE
47. Lone Eagle's monogram : CAL
48. ___ Giscard d'Estaing : VALERY
50. He painted "The Fife Player" : MANET
51. "___ my snicker-snee!": Gilbert : IDREW
52. Tea container : CADDY
53. Light shedder : LAMP
54. Nobel chemist in '34 : UREY
55. Telephone : CALL
56. Naval battle site: 1813 : ERIE
57. Bowed : BENT
61. Command : BID

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