New York Times, Monday, November 14, 1988

Author: Albert J. Klaus
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 4.87, Missing: { F J K Q X Y Z }, Scrabble score: 259 (avg 1.40)
Open Squares: 71, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 6, XRef: 0, Spans: 1
Albert J. Klaus has 115 pre-Shortz puzzles and 4 Shortz era puzzles in our database.
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Across Down
1. Site of a Miami P.G.A. tournament : DORAL
6. Declare : AVER
10. Intention : AIM
13. Sun-dried brick : ADOBE
14. Entice : LURE
15. ___ time (never) : ATNO
16. Corners of concern to carpenters : TOOLANGLES
18. Shakespearean king : LEAR
19. Kind of well : ARTESIAN
20. Capital of Cuba : HAVANA
22. Building wing : ELL
23. Chewy candy : CARAMEL
24. Wanderers : NOMADS
28. Recording ribbon : TAPE
29. Acknowledge : AVOW
30. Double-bogey on a par-five hole : SEVEN
31. Australian bird : EMU
34. British Open champ: 1988 : SEVEBALLESTEROS
38. Chemical suffix : ANE
39. October birthstones : OPALS
40. Prong : TINE
41. Cuts off : LOPS
42. Spinets, e.g. : PIANOS
44. House-to-house poll : CANVASS
48. ___ Simpson, Southern Open champ: 1985 : TIM
49. Woodwind player : OBOIST
50. Sketching material : ARTPAPER
55. Evaluate : RATE
56. Lawful : LEGITIMATE
58. Hole-in-one golf scores : ACES
59. Level : EVEN
60. Strike : SMITE
61. Cover : LID
62. Withered : SERE
63. Hourly : HORAL
1. Facts : DATA
2. Scent : ODOR
3. Subterranean plant part : ROOT
4. Competent : ABLE
5. Rented : LEASED
6. Related to seaweeds : ALGAL
7. Wound: Heraldry : VULN
8. Before, in poesy : ERE
9. Forms anew : RESHAPES
10. TV series with Mr. T : ATEAM
11. Foolish : INANE
12. Ethical : MORAL
15. Thomas ___ Edison : ALVA
17. Zeros : NILS
21. "Where there ___ no Ten Commandments . . . ": Kipling : ARENT
23. Grottoes : CAVES
24. Outer-space agcy. : NASA
25. Pizzeria fixture : OVEN
26. Change location : MOVE
27. Profound respect : AWE
28. Relates : TELLS
30. Smacks : SLAPS
31. Leprechaun's land : ERIN
32. Cosmetician Madeleine ___ : MONO
33. Hires : USES
35. Gauchos' weapons : BOLAS
36. Christ's followers : APOSTLES
37. Seventh Greek letter : ETA
42. The Great Commoner : PITT
43. Mischievous : IMPISH
44. ___ Gables (Miami suburb) : CORAL
45. Beaded calculators : ABACI
46. Famous : NOTED
47. Contends : VIES
48. Threefold : TRINE
50. Ripening agent : AGER
51. Bullets and shells, for short : AMMO
52. Couple : PAIR
53. Kett of comics : ETTA
54. Stagger : REEL
57. First woman : EVE

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