New York Times, Thursday, April 9, 1987

Author:Arthur W. Palmer
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 5.19, Missing: { Q Z }, Scrabble score: 279 (avg 1.49)
Open Squares: 72, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 14, XRef: 0, Spans: 1
Arthur W. Palmer has 38 pre-Shortz puzzles and 1 Shortz era puzzle in our database.

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© 1987, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Powdered starches : SAGOS
6. Mineral spring : SPA
9. Masters winner: 1957 : FORD
13. Memorable pianist Oscar ___ : LEVANT
14. "Le Coq ___": Rimsky-Korsakov : DOR
15. ___ code : AREA
16. Masters winner: 1967 : BREWER
17. Grapevine blight, also called black measles : APOPLEXY
19. Six-time Masters winner : JACKNICKLAUS
21. Type of fountain : SODA
22. Unpaid debts : ARREARS
26. Paley's network : CBS
29. Bridge bldr. : ENGR
31. J. ___ Thurmond of S.C. : STROM
32. Boo attachment : HOO
33. ___ time (pronto) : INNO
34. Practical : UTILE
35. Name for the Masters : AUGUSTANATIONAL
39. ___ and center : FRONT
40. Encircle : GIRT
41. Toronto's prov. : ONT
42. ___ Arden : ENOCH
43. Wight is one : ISLE
44. Puget and Pamlico: Abbr. : SDS
45. Some Old World snipes : REDLEGS
47. Villa d'___ : ESTE
50. Four-time Masters winner : ARNOLDPALMER
55. Eliminate gradually : PHASEOUT
58. Star: Comb. form : ASTERO
59. Dodge City marshal : EARP
60. Edge: Abbr. : MRG
61. Impassive : STOLID
62. Some gifts : ALMS
63. Host or giant follower : ESS
64. Mails : SENDS
1. Anti-infection agents : SERA
2. ___ plaisir : AVEC
3. Stares : GAWKS
4. ___-trump (bridge bid) : ONENO
5. Raucous : STRIDENT
6. A neighbor of Minn. : SDAK
7. Aspen is one : POPLAR
8. Riotous : AROAR
9. Artificially high voice : FALSETTO
10. Iron, e.g. : ORE
11. Actor Harrison : REX
12. "Great ___," 1929 song : DAY
13. J.F.K.'s successor : LBJ
18. Chase : PURSUIT
20. Carmine Beauty : CANNA
23. Brazilian river : ARINOS
24. Legendary French hero : ROLAND
25. Small fish : SMELTS
26. Variety of beetle : CHAFER
27. Brook : BOURNE
28. "You never had it ___!" : SOGOOD
30. Ringside ringers : GONGS
33. "___ a doctor in the house?" : ISTHERE
36. Opens : UNCLASPS
37. Felt bad : AILED
38. Encroach : TRESPASS
43. "Little we see in Nature that ___": Wordsworth : ISOURS
46. Dwarf : GNOME
48. Sample : TASTE
49. Singer John : ELTON
51. Features of elec. storms : LTGS
52. Pinochle term : MELD
53. Goddess of discord : ERIS
54. Angler's pole : ROD
55. Pod dweller : PEA
56. Actor Holbrook : HAL
57. Equip : ARM

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