New York Times, Tuesday, November 4, 1980

Author:C. J. Angio
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.85, Missing: { Q W X }, Scrabble score: 300 (avg 1.59)
Open Squares: 73, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 6, XRef: 1
C. J. Angio has 93 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.

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© 1980, The New York Times
Across Down
1. What candidates hit : ROAD
5. Vex : CHAFE
10. Spiny-finned fish : SCAD
14. Prefix with valence : AMBI
15. Philosophical idealist : HEGEL
16. Word with cow or mackerel : HOLY
17. Deride : JEER
18. Rebel : ARISE
19. Railroad that failed in 1861 : ERIE
20. Congressman from Illinois : ANDERSON
22. Rubbernecked : CRANED
24. Dorm occupant : COED
25. Twinkler : STAR
26. Former Governor of Georgia : CARTER
29. Bachelorette's older relative : SPINSTER
33. Supermarket lineup : OLEOS
34. Ibert's "___ d'Yvetot" : LEROI
35. Otto's dom. : HRE
36. British V.I.P. : PEER
37. Co-winner of the Peace Prize: 1978 : BEGIN
38. He wrote "The Making of an American": 1901 : RIIS
39. U.S.N.A. grad : ENS
40. Obscure : BEFOG
41. Family in a Shelley poem : CENCI
42. Chevrotains : DEERLETS
44. Former Governor of California : REAGAN
45. Ethereal : AERY
46. Third U.S. Vice President : BURR
47. Peak : ZENITH
50. Noted family in U.S. politics : KENNEDYS
54. Kind of primary or convention : OPEN
55. Bespangle : ADORN
57. Frisbee : DISK
58. Party ___ : LINE
59. Former President of Italy : LEONE
60. Layer of the iris : UVEA
61. ___-deucy, backgammon variation : ACEY
62. Nixon is one : LAKER
63. Constituent : PART
1. Indian prince : RAJA
2. Sign that's often not fine : OMEN
3. Retired : ABED
4. Turner's C.I.A. post : DIRECTOR
5. Rake; roué : CHASER
6. He imprisoned St. Peter : HEROD
7. Opposed to, in Appalachia : AGIN
8. Faiths, to Felicia : FES
9. Important event: Nov. 4, 1980 : ELECTION
10. Pair used for trimming : SHEARS
11. Kind of belt : CORN
12. "I cannot tell ___" : ALIE
13. Hid the gray hairs : DYED
21. Anonymous Richards : ROES
23. Mate for 1 Down : RANI
25. Floral purchase : SPRIG
26. Met and conquered woes : COPED
27. Coeur d'___, Idaho : ALENE
28. A.F.B. in Texas : REESE
29. Kin of yuccas : SEGOS
30. "Let's Call the Whole ___ Off" : THING
31. Heath : ERICA
32. Sandarac or gugal : RESIN
34. Gomez or O'Doul of diamond fame : LEFTY
37. Where steins are raised : BEERHALL
38. Rose on the hind legs, as a horse : REAREDUP
40. Fruit decay : BLET
41. Enter upon an inheritance: Roman law : CERN
43. Garner's successor as Speaker : RAINEY
44. Candidate : RUNNER
46. He wrote "Games People Play" : BERNE
47. Close friend of Cézanne : ZOLA
48. DeMille movie : EPIC
49. State bird of Hawaii : NENE
50. Weirdo : KOOK
51. Traubel was one : DIVA
52. Nieuport's river : YSER
53. Card game for three : SKAT
56. Ceres, to Caesar : DEA

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