New York Times, Saturday, March 20, 1982

Author:Henry Hook
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 4.87, Missing: { J X Z }, Scrabble score: 297 (avg 1.61)
Open Squares: 67, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 10, XRef: 0
Henry Hook has 24 pre-Shortz puzzles and 25 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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© 1982, The New York Times
Across Down
1. "Well"-financed org. : OPEC
5. It enters like Simba : MARCH
10. Automatic advancement in a tourney : BYE
13. Marquisette : LENO
14. Music featured in "10" : BOLERO
15. Anthony or Eberle : RAY
16. Announcement : DECLARATION
18. Reveal one's humanity : ERR
19. Wield a heavy hammer : SLEDGE
20. Start of a Socratic quotation : ONCEMADE
22. De ___ Clinton : WITT
24. Talk a blue streak : YAK
25. Quotation: Part II : EQUALTOMAN
31. Small vipers : ASPS
34. Barbizon landscape artist : DUPRE
35. Carpet alternative, for short : LINO
36. TV's Maj. Houlihan : SWIT
37. "___ for her eyes . . . " : EIS
38. Quotation: Part III : WOMAN
39. Give ___ whirl : ITA
40. Tomorrow's history : NEWS
42. What Mr. Hyde personified : EVIL
43. One of the Alous : MATTY
45. Type of ski turn : STEM
46. Quotation: Part IV : BECOMESHIS
48. "A mouse!" : EEK
50. "___ Date with an Angel" : GOTA
51. End of quotation : SUPERIOR
56. Astronomer's subject : NEBULA
60. Prefix for cure or tome : EPI
61. Opposed to the Constitution : ANTIFEDERAL
63. Back-to-work time: Abbr. : MON
64. " . . . a lamp ___ feet" : UNTOMY
65. University site in India : AGRA
66. Mozart's Symphony No. 40 ___ minor : ING
67. Casper's wife in comics : TOOTS
68. World Series winners: 1975–76 : REDS
1. Automotive pioneer : OLDS
2. Eponym of London's bobbies : PEEL
3. Noun suffix : ENCE
4. Problem between Sam and Ivan : COLDWAR
5. Crossword bird : MOA
6. Voice in a loft : ALTO
7. Martingale's relative : REIN
8. "Teary" reptile, for short : CROC
9. Bobby Goldsboro hit: 1968 : HONEY
10. Gives up, as a tradition : BREAKSWITH
11. Almost a meter : YARD
12. Jane of fiction : EYRE
14. He hit .390 in 1980 : BRETT
17. Like Astaire in his heydey : AGILE
21. The Meuse, to the Dutch : MAAS
23. "Easy ___": 1936 song : TOLOVE
25. "Lest we lose our ___": Browning : EDENS
26. Librarian's admonition : QUIET
27. Combing the hair scalpward : UPSWEEPING
28. Parrot : MIMIC
29. Type of computer : ANALOG
30. Ce n'est pas "oui" : NON
32. Noted Florentine palace : PITTI
33. Wears out one's welcome : STAYS
38. Arachnoid "parlor" : WEB
41. Hook henchman : SMEE
43. Dealt out : METED
44. As cross ___ : ASABEAR
47. Cents and pence : MONEY
49. Herb, in Hamburg : KRAUT
51. Tractor trailer : SEMI
52. Informed of : UPON
53. ___ uncertain terms : INNO
54. Preminger : OTTO
55. Uprising of a sort : RIOT
57. Inner drive : URGE
58. Greasy stuff : LARD
59. Cry of the sorrowful : ALAS
62. Some radios: Abbr. : FMS

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