New York Times, Saturday, November 14, 1981

Author:Eli Wesoff
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.16, Missing: { J Q W X }, Scrabble score: 276 (avg 1.45)
Open Squares: 79, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 2, XRef: 0
Eli Wesoff has 92 pre-Shortz puzzles and 1 Shortz era puzzle in our database.

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Across Down
1. Clogs worn on the Ginza : GETA
5. On : ATOP
9. Gamble taken by the Yankees in 1979 : OSCAR
14. The gamut : ATOZ
15. Col. Sherman Potter's post : MASH
16. Intrinsically : PERSE
17. Noise maker in 1975 : STROMBOLI
19. Important name in Cremona : AMATI
20. Youngest son of William the Conqueror : HENRYI
21. Language of early Roman inscriptions : OLDLATIN
23. Henri attachment : ETTA
25. Surrounder of Notre Dame : SEINE
26. Aspires : AIMSHIGH
30. Access : ENTREE
33. Fast flier : SST
34. Something unique : ONER
36. Gulf of Aqaba city : EILAT
37. Consecrated bread : HOST
39. A title Selassie held : NEGUS
41. Blank-verse tragedy by Addison : CATO
42. Extremist : ULTRA
44. Half denoter : SEMI
45. Fitzgeralds, to E.M.K. : KIN
46. Employ again : REHIRE
48. Jockey Johnny and family : LONGDENS
51. Related, in a way : ENATE
53. Tenor Kolio : RENE
54. One of Jakob Grimm's interests : FOLKLORE
57. Sturgeons supply it : CAVIAR
61. Notions in Nancy : IDEES
62. Eruption spot in Indonesia: 1969 : AMBUROMBU
64. Annual income for Pierre : RENTE
65. Row : TIER
66. New Mexico art colony : TAOS
67. Subject of a Foster song in 1852 : MASSA
68. Sarah ___ Jewett : ORNE
69. Ostriches' relatives : EMUS
1. Cut : GASH
2. Major follower : ETTE
3. Ripped : TORN
4. Islands west of Portugal : AZORES
5. Caesar's flaw, according to Brutus : AMBITION
6. Yellow River feeder : TAO
7. Formerly Christiania : OSLO
8. Donahue and Harris : PHILS
9. Translucent variety of glass : OPALINE
10. Pertaining to meaning in language : SEMANTIC
11. National park in Oregon : CRATERLAKE
12. Famous wine city : ASTI
13. Restrain : REIN
18. Theseus and the Minotaur, e.g. : MYTH
22. Ruby shining onstage : DEE
24. Moorehead or Repplier : AGNES
26. Chief Assyrian god : ASHUR
27. ___ Egadi (islands off Sicilia) : ISOLE
28. Lava producer in 1980 : MTSTHELENS
29. German philosopher: 1770–1831 : HEGEL
31. Sup at home : EATIN
32. Jackets and collars : ETONS
35. Hearsay : RUMOR
38. Gewgaws : TRINKETS
40. Plum for a ward heeler : SINECURE
43. Fourth-largest inland body of water : ARALSEA
47. Ike's command : ETO
49. Growl : GNAR
50. Apply oneself (to) : DEVOTE
52. One of Calliope's sisters : ERATO
54. Company : FIRM
55. Theaters in ancient Greece : ODEA
56. Middle East title : EMIR
58. Khomeini is one : IMAM
59. Arabian father : ABOU
60. Columbo : RUSS
63. Vereen : BEN

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