New York Times, Wednesday, March 14, 1984

Author: Albert J. Klaus
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 5.05, Missing: { F J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 265 (avg 1.42)
Open Squares: 71, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 4, XRef: 0
Albert J. Klaus has 115 pre-Shortz puzzles and 4 Shortz era puzzles in our database.
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Across Down
1. Beige : ECRU
5. Scrutinizes : SCANS
10. Grackle : DAW
13. Alda or King : ALAN
14. Ancient Greek colony : IONIA
15. Breech pin : TIGE
16. Michael Jackson's forte : ROCK
17. Cross-examine : GRILL
18. Place for an arras : WALL
19. Marie Henri Beyle : STENDHAL
21. Fox and Creek : TRIBES
23. Edible grain : OAT
24. Biblical halting place: Deut. 10:6 : BEEROTH
25. Charles Lutwidge Dodgson : LEWISCARROLL
29. Ed and Keenan : WYNNS
30. Ames and Errol : LEONS
31. A lunchtime hr. : IPM
34. Work units : ERGS
35. Farm buildings : BARNS
36. ___ Rios, Jamaican resort : OCHO
37. Pekoe or hyson, e.g. : TEA
38. Hysterical fear : PANIC
39. Welty's "Music from ___" : SPAIN
40. Eric Arthur Blair : GEORGEORWELL
43. Cravings : THIRSTS
45. Rower : OAR
46. Rivulet : RUNNEL
47. ___ Tom, Alger hero : TATTERED
52. Impel : URGE
53. A happening : EVENT
55. Enameled metalware : TOLE
56. Musical tones : SOLS
57. Bakery item : TORTE
58. Caudal appendage : TAIL
59. Bend in timber : SNY
60. Samuel Clemens : TWAIN
61. Russian lake : ARAL
1. Fall on deaf ___ : EARS
2. Jumbled mass : CLOT
3. Competition for Atalanta : RACE
4. X-quantities to be solved : UNKNOWNS
5. Observes : SIGHTS
6. Persian gazelle : CORA
7. Indigo : ANIL
8. Nothing : NIL
9. Whence some condiments come : SALTERNS
10. Fiendish : DIABOLICAL
11. Metal tip on a shoelace : AGLET
12. Cardiff citizens : WELSH
15. Spin : TWIRL
20. Speaker's platform : DAIS
22. Old-make cars : REOS
24. Wild horse : BRONCO
25. Harp's cousin : LYRE
26. In an attractive way : ENGAGINGLY
27. Sounds in "The Trolley Song" : CLANGS
28. Eagle's nest : AERIE
29. Soaked : WET
32. Rizzuto : PHIL
33. My, in Metz : MON
35. Variety of pear : BARTLETT
36. Herbert creation : OPERETTA
38. Baffle : POSE
39. Quick, sharp blow : SWAT
41. White-tailed eagles : ERNES
42. Spoiled : ROTTEN
43. Support : TRUSS
44. Ann Arbor's river : HURON
47. Japanese Buddhist's church : TERA
48. Against : ANTI
49. Shout : ROAR
50. Charles Lamb : ELIA
51. Small, secluded valley : DELL
54. Promise solemnly : VOW

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