New York Times, Wednesday, November 25, 1987

Author:Bette Sue Cohen
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.85, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 285 (avg 1.51)
Open Squares: 70, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 7, XRef: 2
Bette Sue Cohen has 41 pre-Shortz puzzles and 6 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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© 1987, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Reps. : AGTS
5. South American plain : CAMPO
10. Singer-actor Nelson : EDDY
14. Sour : TART
15. Relating to birds : AVIAN
16. Perlman of "Cheers" : RHEA
17. Minuet section : TRIO
18. Actress Berger : SENTA
19. Winglike : ALAR
20. Author of "The Way West" : ABGUTHRIE
22. Bear : STAND
23. Bette Davis's "___'N' That" : THIS
24. Not at all, in Dogpatch : NOHOW
26. Block follower : ADE
29. Immobility : INERTIA
31. Privileges, briefly : RTS
34. " . . . I ___ to Company G": Bishop : BELONG
36. Time before Easter : HOLYWEEK
38. Hawkeye Pierce actor : ALDA
39. Craggy hill : TOR
40. Nay voter : ANTI
41. Brief period of time : SHORTRUN
44. Enmity : RANCOR
46. ___ et ubique (here and everywhere) : HIC
47. Subscribed again : RENEWED
49. Inner: Comb. form : ENT
50. Direct : TRAIN
52. He loves: Lat. : AMAT
54. Porch : STOOP
56. Author of "A Room With a View" : EMFORSTER
61. Illustrious warrior : HERO
62. Tree of the birch family : ALDER
63. Jason's ship : ARGO
64. Moat anagram : ATOM
65. Legatees : HEIRS
66. Artery : ROAD
67. Moist : DEWY
68. Spring : ARISE
69. Auld lang ___ : SYNE
1. "___ boy!" : ATTA
2. Dress : GARB
3. Prim : TRIG
4. Brave : STOUT
5. Action at a bank : CASHING
6. Disinclined : AVERSE
7. With 33 Down, Quant creation : MINI
8. Certain D.C. official : PATENTOR
9. Out ___ limb : ONA
10. Greek Muse : ERATO
11. "Sons and Lovers" author : DHLAWRENCE
12. Rusk or Martin : DEAN
13. 0.9144 meter : YARD
21. Like Hammett's man : THIN
22. Holmes vehicle : SHAY
25. Cruet filler : OIL
26. Embarrass : ABASH
27. Territory in India : DELHI
28. "Loon Lake" author : ELDOCTOROW
30. Arles's river : RHONE
32. Wyo.'s ___ Range : TETON
33. See 7 Down : SKIRT
35. Row : OAR
37. Pallid : WAN
39. Mole, at times : TUNNELER
42. Mouth: Slang : TRAP
43. Defendants in court : REI
44. Self-reproach : REMORSE
45. Jewish month : ADAR
48. Thin, crisp crackers : WAFERS
51. Spacious : ROOMY
53. Autocrats : TSARS
54. Herringlike fish : SHAD
55. Head, to Pierre : TETE
57. DCCLI doubled : MDII
58. Hector's home : TROY
59. Actor in "A Summer Place" : EGAN
60. Emulated Sheridan : RODE
62. Cry of triumph : AHA

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