BLACK-HISTORY NOTABLES

New York Times, Sunday, February 21, 1993

Author: Bert H. Kruse
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 80, Avg Word Len: 5.23, Missing: { F J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 546 (avg 1.51)
Open Squares: 123, Cheaters: 16, FITB: 13, XRef: 2
Bert H. Kruse has 63 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1993, The New York Times
Across Down
1. "___ for All Seasons" : AMAN
5. Mum, e.g. : BEER
9. Panay native : ATI
12. Hooded menace : COBRA
17. Actress Williams et al. : CARAS
19. Hormone : ENDOCRIN
21. Title for W.E.B. Du Bois, N.A.A.C.P. co-founder : DOCTOR
22. Boston Massacre martyr : CRISPUSATTUCKS
24. Finesse : OUTWIT
25. River in Wales : USK
26. Monograms of a certain Duke : EKES
27. Chum, for one : BAIT
28. A three-time P.G.A. champ : SNEAD
29. Okla. city or Algonquian : SHAWNEE
31. Entertainer Vereen : BEN
32. Gloves in Campanella's closet : MITTS
33. Auriculate : EARED
34. College founder and adviser to Presidents : MARYBETHUNE
39. Greedy one : HOG
42. Some Bowe blows : SLAPS
43. Actress Ruby ___ : DEE
44. Suit material : SERGE
45. Department of Peru : ICA
46. W.W. II landing craft : LST
47. Surrealism predecessor : DADA
49. Telamon : ATLAS
50. Course for young D. H. Williams : ANAT
51. Basketball legend : BILLRUSSELL
54. Le ___ (Clemenceau) : TIGRE
55. Kind of wheel : COG
58. Pot contribution : ANTE
59. Polynesian chestnuts : RATAS
60. First name of a January honoree : MARTIN
61. Singer Franklin and namesakes : ARETHAS
63. "R.U.R." playwright : CAPEK
64. Naïf, as in a used-car lot : LIVEONE
65. Like Basie dance music, e.g. : SMOOTH
66. Ancient: Comb. form : PALAE
67. Wing, to 54 Across : AILE
68. Slave-rebellion leader Turner : NAT
69. Rosa of Montgomery's bus boycott : PARKS
70. Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman : COLINPOWELL
72. "Bus Stop" dramatist : INGE
73. Theme : TOPIC
74. Dandiprats : TADS
75. Logos: Abbr. : TMS
78. Summer quencher : ADE
79. Larynx affliction : CROUP
80. Doughboys, today : GIS
81. Did a smithy's job : SHOED
83. Loc. of Mayor Dinkins : NYC
84. Nobel Peace Prize winner: 1950 : RALPHBUNCHE
88. Coat with a metal alloy : TERNE
89. Congressman Clayton Powell Jr. et al. : ADAMS
91. Babylonian sky god : ANU
92. Arboreal African rodent : TREERAT
94. Crunching sound : CRUMP
95. Spanish painter : SERT
97. Ark unit : PAIR
98. Inhabitant: Suffix : ITE
99. Fats Domino hit of 1954 : LOVEME
100. Celebrated Lincoln Memorial soloist : MARIANANDERSON
104. Began : OPENED
105. In development : EVOLVING
106. Quick pick-me-up : SNORT
107. Valuable strings, briefly : STRAD
108. Benign bump on the skin : WEN
109. Barbary swingers : APES
110. Handle, in Le Havre : ANSE
1. Points the finger at : ACCUSES
2. Memorable Supreme Court Justice : MARSHALL
3. Dakota Indians : ARIKARAS
4. Initials at Pensacola : NAS
5. "As might ___ so bright a dame!": Coleridge : BESEEM
6. A Spanish queen and namesakes : ENAS
7. N.Y. summer time : EDT
8. Poppycock : ROT
9. Secret : ARCANE
10. Heyerdahl's "Kon- ___" : TIKI
11. Tuskegee is one: Abbr. : INST
12. Harlem Renaissance poet Cullen : COUNTEE
13. Musical composition : OCTET
14. Educator-author ("Up From Slavery") : BTWASHINGTON
15. Riotous, in Scotland : ROID
16. Legacy of Aaron Douglas : ART
18. Disburses : SPENDS
20. Spicy berry : CUBEB
21. Medications : DOSINGS
23. Oahu instr. : UKE
30. Emulated Niobe : WEPT
31. Court break for Zina Garrison, e.g. : BYE
32. A creation of 95 Across : MURAL
35. Confuse : ADDLE
36. Kind of admiral : REAR
37. Meat entree : TSTEAK
38. ___ Kitchen, in Manhattan : HELLS
40. Musician's sweet potato : OCARINA
41. Rabbit trap : GATENET
47. Oldie introduced by Ethel Waters: 1924 : DINAH
48. Hts. : ALTS
49. " . . . swine ran violently down ___ place . . . ": Matt. 8:32 : ASTEEP
50. English river : AIRE
51. Thai money : BAHTS
52. Language family : URALIC
53. Heartwood of an E. Indian tree : SAPAN
54. Imported rosé : TAVEL
55. Eurasian sea : CASPIAN
56. Eugene ___, memorable conductor : ORMANDY
57. Botanist who upgraded the South's economy : GEORGECARVER
60. ___ Brothers of songdom : MILLS
62. Portion of bread, in Britain : TOKE
63. Muslim ruler : CALIPH
64. Berlin song : LIED
66. Kind of toaster : POPUP
67. Sinking : AWASH
70. Becomes less friendly : COOLS
71. Auditory : OTIC
73. Took a hike : TRAMPED
75. "Of ___ I Sing" : THEE
76. Pulitzer Prize novelist Toni ___ : MORRISON
77. Brooke, once, and Braun, now : SENATORS
79. Stuffed : CRAMMED
80. Kokoon : GNU
81. Cubic meters : STERES
82. International easing of discord : DETENTE
85. Financial-news editor-publisher: 1855-1928 : BARRON
86. Bromfield's "___ the Day Break" : UNTIL
87. Ponds, in Paris : ETANGS
90. Spanish landlady : DUENA
93. Free (of) : RID
94. Certain Egyptian : COPT
95. Hootamaganzy : SMEW
96. This has a soffit : EAVE
97. Sheet of stamps : PANE
99. ___ Alamos : LOS
101. Former Burmese capital : AVA
102. Piquancy : NIP
103. Kind of virus : RNA

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