New York Times, Wednesday, April 11, 1984

Author: Bette Sue Cohen
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.97, Missing: { J K Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 278 (avg 1.47)
Open Squares: 73, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 2, XRef: 0, Spans: 3
Bette Sue Cohen has 41 pre-Shortz puzzles and 6 Shortz era puzzles in our database.
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© 1984, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Deep sleep : SOPOR
6. Cut down : HEWN
10. Common rhyme scheme : ABAB
14. Belief : CREDO
15. Composer Siegmeister : ELIE
16. N.Y.C. museum : MOMA
17. Very seldom : ONCEINABLUEMOON
20. Treat in Tijuana : TACO
21. Of diodes, triodes, etc. : ELECTRONIC
22. Carpenter and soldier : ANTS
24. They go before P's and Q's : OES
25. Cow's chew : CUD
27. Uinta Mountains' state : UTAH
30. Designate anew : RENAME
35. Japanese sash : OBI
36. Plummer parts : ROLES
38. Uneven : ALOP
39. Complete surprise : BOLTFROMTHEBLUE
43. Indonesian isle : BALI
44. "___ from the Vienna Woods" : TALES
45. Homophone for heir : ERE
46. One of a film trio : STOOGE
49. Kind of shark : LOAN
50. Pump liquid : GAS
51. Mischievous one : ELF
53. Start of Caesar's report : VENI
55. Make an acronym of, perhaps : ABBREVIATE
61. Facility : EASE
64. Carefully picked jury : BLUERIBBONPANEL
66. Art of songdom : LUND
67. Enlist again, as a G.I. : REUP
68. Killer whales : ORCAS
69. Tokyo, once : YEDO
70. TV's Johnson : ARTE
71. Grenoble's river : ISERE
1. Burns or Watt : SCOT
2. Wine measure in Trieste : ORNA
3. Slight fault : PECCADILLO
4. Gray's "___ the Spring" : ODEON
5. Louis XIV, e.g. : ROI
6. Free from evil : HEAL
7. Hamburg's river : ELBE
8. Roger's follower : WILCO
9. Asexual : NEUTER
10. G.I.'s fighting need : AMMO
11. Blessing : BOON
12. To me, in Paris : AMOI
13. Judge's bench : BANC
18. Wise old Greek : NESTOR
19. Gaelic : ERSE
23. Gang's territory : TURF
25. Baseball's Ty and family : COBBS
26. Convoy raider : UBOAT
28. "Loads" : ALOT
29. Of arteries, veins, etc. : HEMAL
31. Collar : NAB
32. It's often pledged : ALLEGIANCE
33. English pianist Lympany : MOURA
34. Rapiers' relatives : EPEES
37. Town near Omaha Beach : STLO
40. Pedro's uncle : TIO
41. Devaloka, to a Hindu : HEAVEN
42. Serf of yore : ESNE
47. Actor Will: 1902–78 : GEER
48. Soprano role in "Don Giovanni" : ELVIRA
52. Texture : FIBER
54. Approximates : NEARS
55. With competence : ABLY
56. Gloomy or indecent : BLUE
57. League : BUND
58. Offer a new version : REDO
59. Be juxtaposed with : ABUT
60. Small shark : TOPE
62. Brand : SEAR
63. In addition : ELSE
65. Taro-root food : POI

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