New York Times, Tuesday, November 1, 1983

Author: A. J. Santora
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 5.00, Missing: { K Q X }, Scrabble score: 294 (avg 1.59)
Open Squares: 63, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 16, XRef: 1
A. J. Santora has 123 pre-Shortz puzzles and 68 Shortz era puzzles in our database.
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© 1983, The New York Times
Across Down
1. O.T. book : PSA
4. Big bird : EMU
7. U.S. mil. plane : AWACS
12. Pituitary hormone : ACTH
14. David, e.g. : CAMP
16. Pola of silents : NEGRI
17. Agcy. that gave Ride a ride : NASA
18. Comic Johnson : ARTE
19. Sheer fabric : NINON
20. St. of March 12 : GREGORY
22. She was canonized in 1925 : THERESE
24. Theme of this puzzle : SAINTS
25. Elongated fish : EEL
26. Boston-to-Providence dir. : SSW
27. Cheer in Madrid : OLE
28. Banks and Bilko : ERNIES
30. "___ a kite!" : GOFLY
33. Having no identification : BRANDLESS
36. Hair style : AFRO
37. Dustin Hoffman role : LENNY
38. "As I was going to St. ___ . . . " : IVES
39. Hit with a haymaker : STAGGERED
41. Nobelist Albert ___-Gyorgyi : SZENT
42. Hose : NYLONS
43. Actress Scala : GIA
44. F.D.R.'s youth project : CCC
46. Santa ___, Calif. : ANA
47. Moslem of N Africa : BERBER
50. Surveyor's device : ALIGNER
52. St. ___ day: March 19 : JOSEPHS
54. Underlying : BASIC
55. St. Laurent's patron : DIOR
57. "___ shalt not covet . . . " : THOU
58. Came up : AROSE
59. Puppeteer Tony : SARG
60. Applause : HAND
61. Some jabs : LEFTS
62. Providence-to-Boston dir. : NNE
63. "For ___ a jolly . . . " : HES
1. Sharp pain : PANG
2. Isolated rocks : SCARS
3. Confused : ATSEA
4. Card game : ECARTE
5. "The Bells of St. ___" : MARYS
6. Armed-serv. training : UMT
7. Earthworm : ANNELID
8. Milldam : WEIR
9. St. ___: Jan. 20 : AGNESSEVE
10. St. Paul of the ___: April 28 : CROSS
11. Muscular strength : SINEW
13. Authoritative listing of 24 Across : HAGIOLOGY
15. Sts. ___ Paul: June 29 : PETERAND
21. Sole : ONLY
23. One-liner man Youngman : HENNY
28. Atlantic birds : ERNES
29. St. ___ of Hungary: Nov. 19 : ELIZABETH
30. Petrol : GAS
31. Frequently, to Keats : OFT
32. St. ___ Assisi: Oct. 4 : FRANCISOF
33. St.-___-lily : BERNARDS
34. Wash. lawmaker : SEN
35. TU-144, e.g. : SST
37. Sierra ___ : LEONE
40. Quick looks : GLANCES
41. Lancelot and Galahad : SIRS
43. Patron st. of England : GEORGE
44. Intrigue : CABAL
45. Stowe's Eva St. ___ : CLARE
47. Borg of tennis : BJORN
48. Ancient dry measure : EPHAH
49. River near Martigny : RHONE
51. Essence : GIST
53. Beer: Slang : SUDS
56. Actor Hunter : IAN

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