New York Times, Monday, February 4, 1991

Author: Fred Toole
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.92, Missing: { F J K Q U X Y Z }, Scrabble score: 268 (avg 1.43)
Open Squares: 74, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 3, XRef: 2, Spans: 3
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© 1991, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Sepulcher : TOMB
5. Actress Moore : DEMI
9. Ford's failure : EDSEL
14. To the sheltered side : ALEE
15. Astronaut Shepard : ALAN
16. Mountain ridge : ARETE
17. Close by : NEAR
18. Rodents : RATS
19. Actor Novarro : RAMON
20. Selznick epic : GONEWITHTHEWIND
23. Quaker's "you" : THEE
24. "Twilight Zone" writer Serling : ROD
25. Ballet step : PAS
28. Inject : INSTIL
30. Ancient kingdom : MOAB
34. Caper : ANTIC
36. U.S. humorist : ADE
37. Make eyes (at) : OGLE
38. A locale in 20 Across : PEACHTREESTREET
42. In re : ASTO
43. Fam. member : REL
44. Clumsy : INEPT
45. British gun : STEN
46. Aid : ASSIST
49. Haggard novel : SHE
50. Corrida cheer : OLE
51. Port of Okinawa : NAHA
53. A "villain" in 20 Across : WILLIAMTSHERMAN
61. Be of use to : AVAIL
62. La ___ tar pits, in Calif. : BREA
63. Ten cents : DIME
64. Key personnel group : CADRE
65. Prevaricator : LIAR
66. Saint of sailors : ELMO
67. Veteran golf pro : SNEAD
68. Soprano Eames : EMMA
69. Midday : NOON
1. Sharp flavor : TANG
2. Bread spread : OLEO
3. Intend : MEAN
4. French cap : BERET
5. Conn. town : DARIEN
6. Cheers greatly : ELATES
7. School subj. : MATH
8. A good way to "take it" : INSTRIDE
9. Type of seal : EARED
10. Attract : DRAW
11. Big rig, for short : SEMI
12. English school : ETON
13. Afford temporarily : LEND
21. What one? : WHICH
22. Golf-course features : HOLES
25. Actress from Greece : PAPAS
26. ___ of robins . . . " : ANEST
27. Aver : STATE
29. Chinese weights : TAELS
30. Poet's A.M. : MORN
31. Curved moldings : OGEES
32. First Hebrew letter : ALEPH
33. Actress Davis : BETTE
35. Image : ICON
39. Refrain phrase : TRALA
40. Look like : RESEMBLE
41. Type of church donation : TITHE
47. Part of a trouser leg : INSEAM
48. Vast, arid tract : SAHARA
50. Lubricated : OILED
52. Forest in "As You Like It" : ARDEN
53. G.I. Janes : WACS
54. Physiologist Pavlov : IVAN
55. Stow cargo : LADE
56. Italian coin : LIRA
57. Tailored : TRIM
58. Venus de ___ : MILO
59. Gunner's need, for short : AMMO
60. Advertising sign : NEON

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