New York Times, Wednesday, February 2, 1983

Author:William Canine
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 4.74, Missing: { K Q V W X Z }, Scrabble score: 291 (avg 1.57)
Open Squares: 67, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 7, XRef: 1
William Canine has 65 pre-Shortz puzzles and 2 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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© 1983, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Flight canceler : SMOG
5. Col.-to-be? : MAJ
8. Smug conservative : BLIMP
13. Polynesian cloth : TAPA
14. Caesar's mufti : TOGA
15. Maui neighbor : LANAI
16. Ancient hawk : ARES
17. " . . . wherever I may ___" : ROAM
18. Gimmick : ANGLE
19. Dressler role : MIN
20. Persnickety ones : FUSSBUDGETS
22. Philately, e.g. : PASTIME
24. Aces : ONES
25. Priest's robe : ALB
26. Curved lines : ARCS
27. P.O. address : RFD
30. Carefree : FOOTLOOSE
34. Asta's mistress : NORA
35. "Tintern ___": Wordsworth : ABBEY
36. For shame! : FIE
37. Cemented : LIMED
38. Fashion name : DIOR
39. Bewitch : FASCINATE
41. Loire summer : ETE
42. Deck boss : BOSN
44. Famous D.C. pianist : HST
45. Org. for the aging : AARP
46. Brother of Shem and Ham : JAPHETH
50. Awkward one : BLUNDERBUSS
54. 30's agcy. : NRA
55. Moved gently : EASED
56. Siberian or Dutch ___ : IRIS
57. In bad ___ (out of favor) : ODOR
58. Bullring : ARENA
59. Exacting : NICE
60. Recounted : TOLD
61. Malicious : NASTY
62. Wow! : GEE
63. Paris suburb : ORLY
1. Penny black, for one : STAMP
2. "West Side Story" heroine : MARIA
3. Starts business : OPENS
4. Wild time: Slang : GAS
5. Great ungulate : MOOSE
6. Moslem titles : AGAS
7. Noisy revels : JAMBOREES
8. Dashing fellows : BLADES
9. Andrew and Cosmo : LANGS
10. "Picnic" author : INGE
11. Ale, e.g. : MALT
12. Londoners' tarts and flans : PIES
14. U.S. writer Dalton ___ : TRUMBO
20. Genuine Risk in 1980 : FILLY
21. Chapel Hill inst. : UNC
23. Spud : TATER
26. Tibetan, for one : ASIAN
27. Capital of Italia : ROMA
28. Repine : FRET
29. Miami's county : DADE
30. Evanesce : FADE
31. Newspaper notice, for short : OBIT
32. Instrument for Leon Goossens : OBOE
33. 46 Across, to Noah : OFFSPRING
34. Beethoven's ___ ("Choral") : NINTH
37. Has problems with s's : LISPS
40. Glide : CHASSE
42. "___ at Black Rock," 1954 film : BADDAY
43. One of Earth's treasures : ORE
45. Concerning : ANENT
46. Cider, e.g. : JUICE
47. Saul's witch's home : ENDOR
48. Sing in a round : TROLL
49. "Jude the Obscure" author : HARDY
50. Golfer Andy : BEAN
51. Zhivago's other woman : LARA
52. Takes advantage of : USES
53. A cheese : BRIE
57. Ear: Comb. form : OTO

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