New York Times, Saturday, April 6, 1985

Author:Bert Rosenfield
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.85, Missing: { H J Q V W X }, Scrabble score: 262 (avg 1.39)
Open Squares: 59, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 7, XRef: 2
Bert Rosenfield has 57 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.

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© 1985, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Joshua's co-survivor : CALEB
6. He wrote "Pink Marsh" : ADE
9. Acapulco aunts : TIAS
13. Fatuous : INANE
14. "___ Me," 1964 song : DANG
16. Part of the forearm : ULNA
17. The city : CASABLANCA
19. C ___ Charlie : ASIN
20. Logger's implement : ADZ
21. Immeasurable periods : EONS
22. Guenon monkeys : MONAS
24. Crandall and Ennis of baseball : DELS
26. See 49 Down : GOESBY
28. Niihau neckwear : LEI
30. Subject on a slide : AMOEBA
32. Fruits of a rabbitwood : OILNUTS
34. The captain : RENAULT
37. Within: Comb. form : ENTO
38. Inspected for a heist : CASED
41. Comedienne Charlotte : RAE
42. Milieu for Jaques : ARDEN
43. Timetable abbrs. : EDTS
44. The competitor : FERRARI
46. Be appropriate : PERTAIN
48. Bovine hybrid : CATALO
52. Chicken ___ reine : ALA
53. The rogue : UGARTE
56. Enzyme endings : ASES
57. Word in the Kansas motto : ASTRA
59. Fonda role : EARP
61. File clerk's need : TAB
62. Actress Harrow : LISA
63. The expatriate : RICKBLAINE
66. Yemeni capital : ADEN
67. Old Danish coins : ORAE
68. Always: Ger. : IMMER
69. "Wozzeck" composer : BERG
70. Mo. immortalized by Jolson : APR
71. Weimar Republic's first president : EBERT
1. Harvest fly : CICADA
2. Chaplet : ANADEM
3. The patriot : LASZLO
4. Queen of Alfonso XIII : ENA
5. Daniels of silents : BEBE
6. Hersey locale : ADANO
7. "___ Arabe," from "Casse-Noisette" : DANSE
8. Ref. book : ENC
9. Malay honorific : TUAN
10. The lady : ILSALUND
11. A liqueur : ANISETTE
12. ___ Antonio : SAN
15. Steinitz or Danish : GAMBIT
18. Boston's airport : LOGAN
23. Olive ___, often seized by Bluto : OYL
25. Least saturated : SEREST
27. Shoe-factory employee : SOLER
29. "His Eye ___ the Sparrow" : ISON
31. Kind of fellow : BED
33. Marine snail : NERITA
35. The Omni, e.g. : ARENA
36. Defunct Mideast org. : UAR
38. Onion for Ovid : CEPA
39. Capital of South Australia : ADELAIDE
40. The major : STRASSER
42. Screw pine : ARA
44. Mozart hero : FIGARO
45. Sarcastic : ACERB
47. Gold: Abbr. : AUR
49. With 26 Across, the song : ASTIME
50. Not so blubbery : LEANER
51. A Sitwell : OSBERT
54. Précis : RECAP
55. He accepts a bet : TAKER
58. Zip : TANG
60. Knee-bend by McBride : PLIE
62. Chem. room : LAB
64. Gen. Eaker : IRA
65. Diplomatic V.I.P. : AMB

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