Frances Hansen
Frances Hansen 

New York Times, Monday, February 29, 1988

Author:Frances Hansen
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 4.90, Missing: { W Z }, Scrabble score: 322 (avg 1.69)
Open Squares: 75, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 6, XRef: 0
Frances Hansen has 49 pre-Shortz puzzles and 40 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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© 1988, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Related : AKIN
5. Agile : SPRY
9. Attacks : HASAT
14. Golconda : MINE
15. Staunch : TRUE
16. Chicago terminal : OHARE
17. Soar over a bar : POLEVAULT
19. Early Astor's collection : PELTS
20. High ___ kite : ASA
21. Alençon's department : ORNE
22. Part of U.S.A. : STATES
23. Plunge into the ether : SKYDIVE
25. Now, in the barrio : AHORA
26. Underfooting for Fleming : ICE
27. Game one stoops to play : SQUATTAG
30. Wallflower's opposite : BELLE
33. Batter : POUND
34. "___ Ding Dong Daddy . . . " : IMA
35. Skating stunt : AXEL
36. French assembly : SENAT
37. Loutish one : BOOR
38. "Fat farm" : SPA
39. Community folkways : MORES
40. Rawboned : LANKY
41. First sergeants, to G.I.'s : TOPKICKS
43. Mongrel : CUR
44. Lack of good sense : FOLLY
45. Bounded over a barrier : HURDLED
49. Conditional release : PAROLE
51. Adriatic seaport : BARI
52. Clay today : ALI
53. Footless lot : APODA
54. Mighty spring : BROADJUMP
56. Severity : RIGOR
57. Old tar : SALT
58. One of Cleopatra's maids : IRAS
59. Do a lawn job : RESOD
60. "The African Queen" scriptwriter : AGEE
61. "And ___ a lightfoot lad": Housman : MANY
1. Oscar-awarding org. : AMPAS
2. Newsstand : KIOSK
3. Dental art : INLAY
4. Society-page word : NEE
5. Overdo a diet : STARVE
6. Clip hedges : PRUNE
7. Hoyle edict : RULE
8. Still : YET
9. Lively amphibian : HOPTOAD
10. Have ___ (show mercy) : AHEART
11. Dancing movement : SALTATION
12. TV's Johnson : ARTE
13. Hardy lass : TESS
18. Express an opinion : VOICE
22. Move boxcars about : SHUNT
24. Popular pickle : DILL
25. Cool colors : AQUAS
27. Units of sound : SONES
28. Running wild : AMOK
29. Cooper or Hart : GARY
30. Flax or hemp : BAST
31. Montreal player : EXPO
32. Goes over another's head : LEAPFROGS
33. Cheerful; brisk : PERKY
36. Plinth : SOCLE
37. Minstrel : BARD
39. President Fillmore : MILLARD
40. Shockingly vivid : LURID
42. Striped antelope : KOODOO
43. Man of the cloth : CURATE
45. Caucasian, in Hawaii : HAOLE
46. Tierney classic: 1944 : LAURA
47. Famed violinist : ELMAN
48. "___ Doodle," 1937 song : DIPSY
49. Young salmon : PARR
50. " . . . Baked in ___" : APIE
51. Vaunt : BRAG
54. Jamboree gp. : BSA
55. Huck's raft-sharer : JIM

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