Charles E. Gersch
Charles E. Gersch 

New York Times, Wednesday, April 24, 1991

Author:Charles E. Gersch
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 37, Avg Word Len: 4.82, Missing: { none — this is a pangram }, Scrabble score: 310 (avg 1.65)
Open Squares: 66, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 7, XRef: 0
Charles E. Gersch has 10 pre-Shortz puzzles and 17 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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© 1991, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Fuses : WELDS
6. Deride : MOCK
10. Derek and Jackson : BOS
13. "Love Story" author Segal : ERICH
14. Storage spot : CACHE
15. Form follower : ULA
16. Singer who played a secretary in "9 to 5" : DOLLYPARTON
18. Modern office machine : FAX
19. Healthful bean : SOY
20. Winter-hat extension : EARLAP
21. Tops : AONE
22. Italian motor city, to an Italian : TORINO
24. Very softly, in music : PPP
26. Like two peas in ___ : APOD
28. Where to find Secretary Island : NEWZEALAND
33. Truckers' rigs : SEMIS
35. Gael's land : EIRE
36. Eur. land : NOR
37. Gateway City : STLOUIS
40. Actor Armand : ASSANTE
42. Jackie's second : ARI
43. Medical comb. form : EMIA
45. Sigmas : ESSES
46. Secretary in Bond novels : MONEYPENNY
50. "Bonanza" role : HOSS
51. Baton Rouge inst. : LSU
52. Singer Robert : GOULET
54. Soda ___ : JERK
57. Casual drawing : DOODLE
59. Cable-TV service : HBO
62. Binet-Simon measures : IQS
63. Perry Mason's secretary : DELLASTREET
65. Schisgal play : LUV
66. Ryan or Tatum : ONEAL
67. Cuban patriot-hero : MARTI
68. An O'Neill : TIP
69. Jacket or collar : ETON
70. Heating lamps : ETNAS
1. Ties the knot : WEDS
2. Slangy suffix : EROO
3. Comedienne who played a secretary in "9 to 5" : LILYTOMLIN
4. XIII x L : DCL
5. More diffident : SHYER
6. Chandler's detective : MARLOWE
7. Numerical prefix : OCTA
8. Whirlybirds : CHOPPERS
9. Author Kesey : KEN
10. Type of toad : BUFO
11. Buck heroine : OLAN
12. Grayish blue : SAXE
14. Chili con ___ : CARNE
17. French bread : PAIN
21. Spring mo. : APL
23. Hate, in Honduras : ODIO
25. Bel ___ (soft cheese) : PAESE
26. State of India : ASSAM
27. Of the oil industry : PETRO
29. President of Pakistan: 1978-88 : ZIA
30. "Private Secretary" star of 50's TV : ANNSOTHERN
31. Some are in shorthand : NOTES
32. ___ up (go formal) : DRESS
34. Chop ___ (Chinese dishes) : SUEYS
38. Sassy : IMPUDENT
39. She, in Stuttgart : SIE
41. Wimbledon name of fame : ASHE
44. Luanda resident : ANGOLAN
47. B.P.O.E. member : ELK
48. Knotlike : NODAL
49. Namesakes of actor Brynner : YULS
53. "___ Entertain You" : LETME
54. Throw over : JILT
55. Lateral predecessor : EQUI
56. Invitation inits. : RSVP
58. Spread in a tub : OLEO
60. VHS competitor : BETA
61. Elevator name : OTIS
63. Anonymous John : DOE
64. Squealer : RAT

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