New York Times, Saturday, April 12, 1986

Author: Dorothea E. Shipp
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 29, Avg Word Len: 5.76, Missing: { F J Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 277 (avg 1.41)
Open Squares: 86, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 4, XRef: 0
Dorothea E. Shipp has 63 pre-Shortz puzzles and 1 Shortz era puzzle in our database.
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© 1986, The New York Times
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1. Photographer's tube : STROBE
7. Capital of ancient Macedonian kings : EDESSA
13. Kind of rug or trunk : STEAMER
14. Like the horizon : DISTANT
16. Try to outdo : COMPETE
17. Would-be G.P. : INTERNE
18. J.F.K.'s father was one : AMB
19. Payments sent by mail : REMITTANCES
21. Stake : PALE
23. Gertrude Stein's "Three ___" : LIVES
24. Suffragist Carrie : CATT
25. St. Cyr-l'___ : ECOLE
27. Bushy clump : TOD
28. Schedule in Le Havre : LISTE
29. Office equipment : SHREDDER
31. Princeton's stadium : PALMER
32. Passing grades : CEES
33. What watched pots never do : BOIL
34. Warwick, for one : CASTLE
37. Austere; antiseptic : CLINICAL
41. Oakland and Essex : AUTOS
42. Hart's mate : DOE
43. Accustom : ENURE
44. He sniffs snuff : USER
45. Cyclic compound : PYRAN
47. Prepare for battle : GIRD
48. "Petrouchka" composer's family : STRAVINSKYS
51. Pisan Mr. : SIG
52. Sexy pictures or books : EROTICA
53. Relating to excitement : EMOTIVE
55. First films : SILENTS
56. Kicked : SPURNED
57. Be a good Samaritan : ASSIST
58. Fourths of twelves : THREES
1. Put up with : STOMACH
2. Earthquake : TEMBLOR
3. Medium's maneuver : RAP
4. A middle name of Pétain : OMER
5. Palm or nut : BETEL
6. Recluses : EREMITES
7. Dealt with copy : EDITED
8. Forces : DINTS
9. Spanish demonstrative pronoun : ESTA
10. Art form : STENCILLING
11. Gibe : SARCASM
12. Actress Funicello : ANNETTE
13. Constable's forte : SCAPES
15. Canopy over a bed : TESTER
20. Composer Novello : IVOR
22. Voters in general : ELECTORATES
26. Biographer Leon and family : EDELS
28. Woolen cloth : LAINE
30. "The Sands of ___": Kingsley : DEE
31. Crest of a Waikiki wave : POI
33. Least cheerful : BLEAKEST
34. Engenders : CAUSES
35. Where to spend a schilling : AUSTRIA
36. Unsaturated alcohols : STEROLS
37. Soho cries of surprise : CORS
38. The kitchen : CUISINE
39. Makes the grade : ARRIVES
40. Like some windows : LEDGED
42. Hereditary ruler : DYNAST
45. Ancient foes of Britons and Romans : PICTS
46. A butterfly : NYMPH
49. Wine: Comb. form : VINI
50. Tart : SOUR
54. Montemezzi's "L'amore dei ___ re" : TRE

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