New York Times, Tuesday, April 29, 1986

Author:Albert J. Klaus
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 4.87, Missing: { K Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 267 (avg 1.44)
Open Squares: 73, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Spans: 3
Albert J. Klaus has 115 pre-Shortz puzzles and 4 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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© 1986, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Unit of elec. current : AMP
4. Noisy frolic : SPREE
9. ___ facto : IPSO
13. Hamburger meat : BEEF
15. Pope's triple crown : TIARA
16. Happy : GLAD
17. This, in Spain : ESTA
18. Singing voices : ALTOS
19. Old stringed instrument : LUTE
20. Slapstick comedy team : THETHREESTOOGES
23. Word with pepper or potato : HOT
24. Kern song : WHO
25. Sire : BEGET
28. Beat it! : SCRAM
31. Wager : BET
34. Habituate : INURE
35. Trip : TOUR
36. Anger : RAGE
37. Comedy team : STILLERANDMEARA
40. Paris suburb : ORLY
41. Fine powder : DUST
42. More indisposed : ILLER
43. Snare : NET
44. Golf strokes : PUTTS
45. Prehistoric tombs : CISTS
46. Fox's relative : SAC
47. Bleat : BAA
48. "Hellzapoppin" comedy team : OLSENANDJOHNSON
57. He painted Helena Rubinstein : DALI
58. Element used in metallurgy : BORON
59. ___ canem (beware of the dog) : CAVE
60. Arabian gulf : OMAN
61. Rental contract : LEASE
62. Water pitcher : EWER
63. Neural system : RETE
64. Playwright Rice : ELMER
65. Theater sign : SRO
1. Help a felon : ABET
2. Interlock : MESH
3. Rozelle or Rose : PETE
4. Begin : START
5. Heap : PILE
6. Evaluate : RATE
7. Greek god of love : EROS
8. In the direction of Asia : EASTWARD
9. Eskimo hut : IGLOO
10. Stopper : PLUG
11. Satisfy : SATE
12. Horatian creations : ODES
14. Paternal : FATHERLY
21. TV series : HOTEL
22. German physicist: 1787–1854 : OHM
25. Buffalo or wisent : BISON
26. ___ nous (confidentially) : ENTRE
27. Culpability : GUILT
28. Swaggering walk : STRUT
29. Seashore : COAST
30. Undersized creatures : RUNTS
31. False gods : BAALS
32. Showy bird : EGRET
33. Rips : TEARS
36. Trust : RELIANCE
38. Fit for instruction : EDUCABLE
39. Hebrew prophet : MICAH
44. Shallow container : PAN
46. River surrounding Notre Dame : SEINE
47. Boo-boo : BONER
48. Smell : ODOR
49. Rich fabric : LAME
50. Bedstaff : SLAT
51. Carol : NOEL
52. Small amount : DRAM
53. Feliciano or Ferrer : JOSE
54. Cutting tools : SAWS
55. Above : OVER
56. Claudius I's successor : NERO

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