New York Times, Saturday, April 20, 1985

Author:Robert Katz
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 42, Avg Word Len: 4.95, Missing: { J K Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 274 (avg 1.50)
Open Squares: 65, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 6, XRef: 0
Robert Katz has 73 pre-Shortz puzzles and 3 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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© 1985, The New York Times
Across Down
1. "___ boy!" : ITSA
5. Smashes ashes : HEWS
9. Animal org. : SPCA
13. Mink yield : PELT
14. Hawk's haven : AERIE
15. Afrikaans : TAAL
16. S.R.O. find : SEAT
17. Tuscan city : MASSA
18. Invitation foursome : RSVP
19. Awards-night words : ENVELOPEPLEASE
22. "Tell it ___ in Gath" : NOT
23. Comic-strip bark : ARF
24. Awards-night words : ANDTHEWINNERIS
32. What time does : FLIES
33. Exposes : BARES
34. Italian author Umberto : ECO
35. Cry from the sea : LAND
36. Spanish navigator Juan Díaz de ___ : SOLIS
37. Spy, sometimes : TAIL
38. Latin trio introducer : AMO
39. Famed Greek physician : GALEN
40. Hi's kin : HELLO
41. Awards-night prizes : TONYOBIEGRAMMY
44. Apt anagram for yea : AYE
45. Dadaist Hans : ARP
46. Awards-night prizes : OSCARGENIEEMMY
54. Oriental nurse : AMAH
55. Roman household gods : LARES
56. Orgy lover : ROUE
57. Bonkers : DAFT
58. Chew the scenery : EMOTE
59. Lanchester from London : ELSA
60. Enyo's companion : ARES
61. Knightly exploit : GEST
62. Santa transporter : DEER
1. ___ dixit : IPSE
2. Kind of ager : TEEN
3. Czech, for one : SLAV
4. Gave heed : ATTENDED
5. Car that's gone too far : HEAP
6. Anagram for seer : ERSE
7. Strand; tendril : WISP
8. Routes for the Rotterdam : SEALANES
9. Rake with firepower : STRAFE
10. Khyber is one : PASS
11. Speleologist's milieu : CAVE
12. Mont Blanc, e.g. : ALP
14. " . . . to consume away like ___": Psalm 39:11 : AMOTH
20. Parking places : LOTS
21. Sea birds : ERNS
24. Cottonwood : ALAMO
25. Curtain fabric : NINON
26. Levi's "Christ Stopped at ___" : EBOLI
27. Arab provincial governor : WALEE
28. Angering : IRING
29. Kingdom : REALM
30. Cold adverb : ICILY
31. Go it alone : SOLO
32. Soho digs : FLAT
36. Incurved chair support : SABERLEG
37. Like some steel : TEMPERED
39. "May 3, 1808" painter : GOYA
40. Swift animal : HARE
42. Sights at Newport : YACHTS
43. Poker "bump" : RAISE
46. Bradley or Sharif : OMAR
47. Pelf protector : SAFE
48. Tag, e.g. : GAME
49. Most beautiful Olympian god : EROS
50. Profit on Fleet Street : NETT
51. Undercover agent : MOLE
52. Thalia, e.g. : MUSE
53. Class-ring inscription : YEAR
54. Nabokov novel : ADA

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