New York Times, Thursday, March 26, 1981

Author:Judson G. Trent
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 42, Avg Word Len: 4.69, Missing: { Q Z }, Scrabble score: 307 (avg 1.68)
Open Squares: 64, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 5, XRef: 2
Judson G. Trent has 51 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.

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© 1981, The New York Times
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1. Mocha relative : JAVA
5. Boundless : VAST
9. Karate symbol : BELT
13. Issued : AROSE
15. End of a threatening phrase : ELSE
16. Alliance against Allies : AXIS
17. Frémont epithet : PATHFINDER
19. Louise or Turner : TINA
20. Somme summer : ETE
21. Passageway for smoke : FLUE
22. "Das Lied von der Erde" composer : MAHLER
24. Croupier, often : RAKER
25. Their work is colorful : DYERS
26. Syringa kin : LILAC
29. Letters for Plato : ETAS
31. Agog : ELATED
33. Francis Marion epithet : SWAMPFOX
37. Cain's little brother : SETH
38. Avid : EAGER
40. Take on : HIRE
41. Now occurring : EXISTENT
43. Author Zweig : STEFAN
45. Like Amber and Becky Sharp : KEPT
46. Eye part: Comb. form : IRIDO
47. Gabriel, e.g. : ANGEL
50. Frighten : SCARE
53. Miller and Oberon : MERLES
55. Jot : IOTA
56. Ike : DDE
59. On a par, in Paris : EGAL
60. Type of electronic tube : CATHODERAY
63. See 23 Down : BEDE
64. Pons forte : ARIA
65. Ooze : EXUDE
66. Claim : AVER
67. Part of T.V.A. : TENN
68. Drat! : EGAD
1. Mock : JAPE
2. Smell ___ (be suspicious) : ARAT
3. Tally : VOTE
4. Rowan : ASH
5. Place of trial : VENUE
6. Wood that wears well in water : ALDER
7. Dir. from S.F. to L.A. : SSE
8. Choate session : TERM
9. Beebe vehicle : BATHYSPHERE
10. Banish : EXILE
11. QE2, for one : LINER
12. Nicholas and Peter : TSARS
14. Obliterate : EFFACE
18. Sort : ILK
23. With 63 Across, a George Eliot title : ADAM
24. German beer hall : RATHSKELLER
26. ___-majesté : LESE
27. Holly : ILEX
28. Broad: Comb. form : LATI
29. Homophone for you : EWE
30. Salts : TARS
32. ___ South : DEEP
33. N.C.O. : SGT
34. D'Orsay of old films : FIFI
35. Toward the mouth : ORAD
36. Strange: Comb. form : XENO
39. Kelep : ANT
42. Prefix for type or gram : TELE
44. Harangue : TIRADE
47. It multiplies by dividing : AMEBA
48. Israeli desert : NEGEV
49. Slope : GRADE
50. Substitute for : SITIN
51. Famed "song-and-dance man" : COHAN
52. From ___ Z : ATO
54. "Go away!" : SCAT
56. Part of F.D.A. : DRUG
57. Arp's art : DADA
58. Gawked : EYED
61. "All men ___ created equal" : ARE
62. Somerset stream : EXE

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