Charles E. Gersch
Charles E. Gersch 

New York Times, Saturday, March 17, 1990

Author:Charles E. Gersch
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.16, Missing: { J Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 305 (avg 1.60)
Open Squares: 70, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 12, XRef: 2
Charles E. Gersch has 10 pre-Shortz puzzles and 17 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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© 1990, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Jack-in-the-pulpit or calla : AROID
6. Czech river : OHRE
10. Recedes : EBBS
14. Og of "Finian's Rainbow," e.g. : LEPRECHAUN
16. Rose Murphy, e.g. : ROLE
17. "When Irish Eyes ___" : ARESMILING
18. Month after Nisan : IYAR
19. Part of un édifice : MUR
20. Bakery workers : ICERS
21. Like most films on cable : UNCUT
22. He owned "Dem Bums" : OMALLEY
24. Wells's partner : FARGO
26. "___ Know," song from "Guys and Dolls" : ILL
27. Imply by extension : CONNOTE
29. Dublin's river : LIFFEY
32. Kemp's Dept. : HUD
33. Flashlight need, for short : BTRY
35. Works diligently : PLIES
36. "Buck Rogers" actor Gerard : GIL
37. Tide of events : TREND
38. Chinese: Prefix : SINO
39. "___ Joey," Sinatra film : PAL
40. Sunglasses, slangily : SHADES
41. N.H., Ill. or N.C. town : ENFIELD
43. Beer barrel : KEG
44. One of the dryads : ERATO
45. Discovered : SIGHTED
49. Israeli statesman : BEGIN
51. Part of an opera : SCENA
53. "It's not eggs till it's ___" : OVA
54. Wings for 49 Across? : ELAL
55. Start of a popular Irish ballad : OHDANNYBOY
57. IX : NINE
58. Slightly yellowish color : KELLYGREEN
59. Like 23 Down : EASY
60. Sale-tag legend : ASIS
61. Verbal authority : SAYSO
1. Texas shrine : ALAMO
2. "De ___ Natura," Lucretian opus : RERUM
3. Barry McCauley's forte : OPERA
4. Bur. busy in April : IRS
5. Agnes and Cecil : DEMILLES
6. Town in W. Va. : OHLEY
7. Extremely small margin : HAIR
8. ___ of (collides with) : RUNSFOUL
9. Chang's close twin : ENG
10. Ancient Irish war cry : ERINGOBRAGH
11. Shunned, Irish style : BOYCOTTED
12. Blue, in Bonn : BLAU
13. Famed muralist : SERT
15. Actress Tyson : CICELY
21. Vase : URN
23. Comfortable existence : LIFEOFRILEY
25. Pat ___ Mike jokes : AND
27. TV chef : CHILD
28. River in Ireland : ERNE
29. Stack for a deejay : LPS
30. Netman Nastase : ILIE
31. "___ Wake": Joyce : FINNEGANS
34. Measures larger than ft. : YDS
36. Rainy-day wear : GALOSHES
37. "Hail, hail, ___ all here!" : THEGANGS
39. Irish terrier, e.g. : PET
40. ___ dip (swim naked) : SKINNY
42. Author Fleming : IAN
45. Crofts's partner in music : SEALS
46. U.S. painter Mark ___: 1890-1976 : TOBEY
47. Bacchantes' cries : EVOES
48. "A ___ Pigs Would Die," Robert N. Peck novel : DAYNO
49. Part of N.B. : BENE
50. Director Kazan : ELIA
52. Year in the life of St. Patrick : CDLI
55. Russian river : OKA
56. Sailing gp. : YRA

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