New York Times, Wednesday, March 11, 1987

Author: Thomas W. Schier
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.03, Missing: { J Q V X Z }, Scrabble score: 281 (avg 1.47)
Open Squares: 73, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 10, XRef: 0, Spans: 2
Thomas W. Schier has 6 pre-Shortz puzzles and 17 Shortz era puzzles in our database.
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© 1987, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Out of favor : INBAD
6. A Maverick : BART
10. Pierre's seas : MERS
14. "___ is human . . . ": Pope : TOERR
15. ___ probandi (burden of proof) : ONUS
16. Upolu seaport : APIA
17. Treacherous person : SNAKEINTHEGRASS
20. A First Lady's monogram : AER
21. Capp hero : ABNER
22. Canal features : LOCKS
23. Crimson Tide, for short : BAMA
25. Baby's foot : TOOTSY
26. Jerkwater place : ONEHORSETOWN
31. The ___ 1812 : WAROF
32. Machinates : PLOTS
33. Baton Rouge inst. : LSU
36. Raison d'___ : ETRE
37. Reformer of musical note system : GUIDO
38. Cape of Good Hope discoverer : DIAS
39. Kind of bean or sauce : SOY
40. Kiddie hero : SANTA
41. Kind of errand : FOOLS
42. November feast : TURKEYDINNER
44. Heated : STEAMY
47. University courses : ARTS
48. Facial features : CILIA
49. River near St.-Quentin : SOMME
52. Org. governing traffic above : FAA
55. Pour steadily : RAINCATSANDDOGS
58. Smell ___ : ARAT
59. MSG, e.g. : SALT
60. Aromas : ODORS
61. Hoopster's action : PASS
62. Stomach problem : KNOT
63. Bribe : GETAT
1. "___ Wonderful Life" : ITSA
2. Bar follower : NONE
3. Deciduous shrub : BEARBERRY
4. Clumsy boat : ARK
5. "I ___ You," 1944 song : DREAMOF
6. Beethoven's birthplace : BONN
7. An anagram for neat : ANTE
8. German industrial district : RUHR
9. Famed poet's monogram : TSE
10. Strand : MAROON
11. Solar-year excess : EPACT
12. Chances : RISKS
13. Fresh : SASSY
18. Construction piece : IBAR
19. Incandesces : GLOWS
24. " . . . tickle her with ___": Jerrold : AHOE
25. Young animal : TOTO
26. Has creditors : OWES
27. Assn. formed in 1949 : NATO
28. Grit : SPUNK
29. Upper crust : ELITE
30. Now : TODAY
33. Gall of the earth : LIONSFOOT
34. Garage event : SALE
35. Buryat Republic's locale : USSR
37. Actor Coleman : GARY
38. "___ Be Cruel," Presley hit : DONT
40. Buckthorn brown : SUMAC
41. Andiron : FIREDOG
42. Contaminates : TAINTS
43. "___ the torpedoes . . . " : DAMN
44. Prizefight : SCRAP
45. Headpiece for Di : TIARA
46. Disney's middle name : ELIAS
49. Hack or Musial : STAN
50. Whence the Nobel Peace Prize comes : OSLO
51. Dillon or Houston : MATT
53. City on the Yamuna : AGRA
54. Type of prof. : ASST
56. Question : ASK
57. Between H.S.T. and J.F.K. : DDE

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