New York Times, Thursday, April 2, 1987

Author:Patterson Pepple
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.79, Missing: { J K P Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 261 (avg 1.40)
Open Squares: 71, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 7, XRef: 0
Patterson Pepple has 37 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.

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© 1987, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Main artery : AORTA
6. ___ Boleyn : ANNE
10. Military group : UNIT
14. Abolitionist-martyr : BROWN
15. Nun or spar : BUOY
16. Like the Texas star : LONE
17. Statesman Henry ___: 1850-1924 : CABOTLODGE
19. Galba's garb : TOGA
20. College activist org. : SDS
21. Seek's companion : HIDE
22. Slave leader: 1800-31 : TURNER
24. Used a loom : WOVE
25. "My kingdom ___ horse!" : FORA
26. This goes with the grain : STAIN
29. Betty Ford's kin : BLOOMERS
33. Indeed : TRULY
34. Hialeah hustler : TOUT
35. Elide : OMIT
36. Rhyme scheme : AABB
37. Abolitionist Sojourner ___ : TRUTH
38. British seaside tract : DENE
39. Kind of club : GLEE
40. Emerald Isle : EIRE
41. Compact : DENSE
42. Abolitionist-editor : GARRISON
44. Henry M. Robert's concern : ORDER
45. Pool shark Minnesota ___ : FATS
46. Cold-shoulder : SHUN
48. H. H. Jackson heroine: 1884 : RAMONA
51. Victory: Ger. : SIEG
52. Sydney's state: Abbr. : NSW
55. Skunk's defense : ODOR
56. Create a mosaic : TESSELLATE
59. Word with brake or jockey : DISC
60. Mel and Ed of baseball : OTTS
61. Starwort : ASTER
62. Diminutive suffix : ETTE
63. Optimistic : ROSY
64. Abolitionist-author : STOWE
1. Kindergarten subj. : ABCS
2. Direction of a buss : ORAD
3. Hijacks : ROBS
4. Company : TWO
5. Abolitionist-suffragette : ANTHONY
6. Manse or condo : ABODE
7. Duchamp's staircase descender : NUDE
8. Yule libation : NOG
9. Fang : EYETOOTH
10. Avant-garde : ULTRAMODERN
11. When both hands are up : NOON
12. The Gloomy Dean: 1860-1954 : INGE
13. Lachryma : TEAR
18. Actress Ullmann : LIV
23. Tail: Comb. form : URO
24. Abolitionist in England : WILBERFORCE
25. Galway's instrument : FLUTE
26. Legendary football coach : STAGG
27. Musical syllables : TRALA
28. "Fra Diavolo" composer : AUBER
29. Brook : BOURN
30. Correct, in a way : EMEND
31. Washer cycle : RINSE
32. Filet-mignon source : STEER
34. Gatlin Brothers et al. : TRIOS
37. His will is his way : TESTATOR
41. Lincoln-___ debates : DOUGLAS
43. Fleming or Hunter : IAN
46. Milksop : SISSY
47. Tee follower : HEE
48. Used a buckboard : RODE
49. This may lead to lead : ADIT
50. More than more : MOST
51. J.F.K. speedsters : SSTS
52. Treaty gp. : NATO
53. Ragout : STEW
54. Sergeant's "As you ___!" : WERE
57. D.D.E.'s command : ETO
58. Amphib. vessel : LST

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