New York Times, Saturday, March 23, 1991

Author: Kenneth Witte
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 42, Avg Word Len: 4.95, Missing: { J Q V X Z }, Scrabble score: 267 (avg 1.46)
Open Squares: 60, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 4, XRef: 0
Kenneth Witte has 30 pre-Shortz puzzles and 3 Shortz era puzzles in our database.
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Across Down
1. Role for Robin Williams : GARP
5. Tetched : DAFT
9. Type of cotton : PIMA
13. First victim : ABEL
14. Small case : ETUI
15. Nice school : ECOLE
17. Type of pear : TUNA
18. Start of a D. H. Lawrence title : SONS
19. Distributed : DEALT
20. Hellman play : TOYSINTHEATTIC
23. Bern's river : AARE
24. Austin-to-Dallas dir. : NNE
25. Promoted, nominally : KICKEDUPSTAIRS
32. In one way, these make sense : CENTS
33. Mind; reason : NOUS
34. Witticism : MOT
35. Lends a hand : AIDS
36. ___ fatale : FEMME
38. Top of the noggin : PATE
39. Actor Margolin, to friends : STU
40. Painter ___-Tadema : ALMA
41. Rye disease : ERGOT
42. Investor's favorite level : THEGROUNDFLOOR
46. French coin of the 30's : ECU
47. Put to flight : ROUT
48. Last-place ball teams : CELLARDWELLERS
55. Mountain nymph : OREAD
56. Funny Foxx : REDD
57. Glut : SATE
59. Rasp : GRATE
60. Yen : URGE
61. Salver : TRAY
62. Schusses : SKIS
63. Suds, to some : BEER
64. Withered : SERE
1. Hood's heater : GAT
2. End at : ABUT
3. The Rhine, to Rocco : RENO
4. Pretends : PLAYACTS
5. Velleity : DESIRE
6. Made amends : ATONED
7. "Candid Camera" name : FUNT
8. M. R. Rinehart book : TISH
9. Ostentatious scholars : PEDANTS
10. Summer refresher : ICETEA
11. Castle circler : MOAT
12. "___ Want for Christmas . . . " : ALLI
16. Common abbr. : ETC
21. He directed "The Odd Couple" : SAKS
22. Succeed : ENSUE
25. Actor Brian from Bayonne : KEITH
26. Clothe : INDUE
27. Deprive of courage : UNMAN
28. Lap dog, for short : POM
29. Insect stage : IMAGO
30. Helicopter part : ROTOR
31. Margin directive to a printer : STET
32. Fling : CAST
36. Miller's product : FLOUR
37. Nandu's look-alike : EMU
38. Sit-ins, e.g. : PROTESTS
40. Covered passageways : ARCADES
41. Jewish month : ELUL
43. Rich Italian ice cream : GELATI
44. Clear the channel : DREDGE
45. File-cabinet item : FOLDER
48. Gear tooth : COG
49. Fouls up : ERRS
50. Security concern : LEAK
51. Defeat soundly : DRUB
52. "___ No Angels," 1955 movie : WERE
53. Infrequent : RARE
54. Mizar or Procyon : STAR
58. Give the once-over : EYE

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