New York Times, Wednesday, November 6, 1991

Author:Robert Katz
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 4.74, Missing: { F G J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 278 (avg 1.50)
Open Squares: 69, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 8, XRef: 0, Spans: 3
Robert Katz has 73 pre-Shortz puzzles and 3 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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© 1991, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Grad : ALUM
5. Like the best laugh : LAST
9. Actress Moore : DEMI
13. ___ Ridge, famed horse : RIVA
14. Mercator work : ATLAS
16. Knowledgeable about : UPON
17. Eastern power wielder : EMIR
18. Norman Vincent : PEALE
19. Actor Robert De ___ : NIRO
20. Big names in TV : ABCCBSNBCANDCNN
23. Make haste : HIE
24. ___ vs. Wade : ROE
25. Used a calculator : ADDED
28. Apple-pie maker : MOM
31. Don't just stand there : REACT
35. Chasers of bees : CEES
36. Put back in the microwave : REWARM
38. Book by Nabokov : DAR
39. Big names in educ. : UCLAMITNYUANDBU
42. Light-bulb man's monogram : TAE
43. "I have ___ . . . ": M.L.K. Jr. : ADREAM
44. Expression of sadness : ALAS
45. Church figure : ELDER
47. Sea hawk : ERN
48. Food fish : SMELT
49. Kind of sync : LIP
51. Tracks connection : TIE
52. Big names in intl. orgs. : NATOOASUNANDEEC
61. Crooked : ALOP
62. Lorelei, e.g. : SIREN
63. Risqué : RACY
64. Ache : PINE
65. What some do to a quarry : STALK
66. Memorable publisher : OCHS
67. Nice summers : ETES
68. Building additions : ELLS
69. Unit of illumination : PHOT
1. Vicinage : AREA
2. Chance-taker's perch : LIMB
3. ___ acid, from grapes : UVIC
4. Italian noblewoman : MARCHESA
5. Run out : LAPSE
6. " . . . ___ o'clock scholar" : ATEN
7. Piece of the rock : SLAB
8. Baby powder : TALC
9. "Crocodile ___" : DUNDEE
10. "Poema del Cid," e.g. : EPIC
11. Cockcrow : MORN
12. Privy to : INON
15. Catch in a gunlock : SEAR
21. Auction nod : BID
22. Shearer or Rae : NORMA
25. Opposite of obtuse : ACUTE
26. Sticker, for short : DECAL
27. Struck out : DELED
28. About 39 inches in Soho : METRE
29. Landlord : OWNER
30. A Yucatán native : MAYAN
32. Drive meshuga : ADDLE
33. Back-room plotters : CABAL
34. Rely on : TRUST
36. Disencumber : RID
37. Cuba libre component : RUM
40. Cuomo or Lanza : MARIO
41. Brag, in a way : NAMEDROP
46. Flees to wed : ELOPES
48. Peccadillo : SIN
50. By me, in cards : PASS
51. Cisterns : TANKS
52. Scruff : NAPE
53. Got off a Spad : ALIT
54. Hue : TONE
55. Lot or spot : SITE
56. Russian river : URAL
57. "Our ___," Gershwin musical : NELL
58. Other preceder : EACH
59. Reverberate : ECHO
60. Sac; vesicle : CYST

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