New York Times, Thursday, May 13, 1982

Author:Norman S. Wizer
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 32, Avg Word Len: 5.36, Missing: { B J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 281 (avg 1.46)
Open Squares: 83, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 5, XRef: 0
Norman S. Wizer has 17 pre-Shortz puzzles and 14 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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© 1982, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Panatela : CIGAR
6. Columbo portrayer : FALK
10. Scores recorded by Amy Alcott : PARS
14. Worship : ADORE
15. Melville novel : OMOO
16. Sufficient, to FitzGerald : ENOW
17. Plodding : PEDESTRIAN
19. Pedestal base : DADO
20. Graze : PASTURE
21. Car adjunct : TRAILER
23. Ancient Greek city : ELIS
24. Idyllic : HALCYON
25. Err in a report : MISSTATE
29. O.T. book : DEUT
30. Statute : ACT
31. Bridge scores : SLAMS
33. Beef : GRIPE
36. Fields of "Ripping Rhythm" fame : SHEP
38. Lullaby word : SLEEP
40. Col. course : ECON
41. Decalogue verb : COVET
43. Nocturnal mammal : LEMUR
45. Baba : ALI
46. Germany's largest dam : EDER
48. Closed an opened envelope : RESEALED
50. Rode a tricycle : PEDALED
53. Roe source : SHAD
54. European period starting circa 1000 B.C. : IRONAGE
55. Boring : TEDIOUS
59. Baker's offering : TART
60. Hindrance : IMPEDIMENT
62. To remove, in Rouen : OTER
63. Tie a boat securely : MOOR
64. Snow in Sedan : NEIGE
65. Like many a gossip : NOSY
66. Remnants : ENDS
67. Lively dance : GALOP
1. Li'l Abner's creator : CAPP
2. Concept : IDEA
3. Jupiter and Mars : GODS
4. Mountain spurs : ARETES
5. Conclusions : RESULTS
6. Hinder : FORESTALL
7. André's friend : AMI
8. Averse : LOATH
9. Adenauer : KONRAD
10. Treat for the feet : PEDICURE
11. Type of geometry : ANALYTICAL
12. Broncobusting show : RODEO
13. Pledge : SWORN
18. Partner of tribulations : TRIALS
22. Give ___ up (boost) : ALEG
25. Not fem. or neut. : MASC
26. The ginkgo tree : ICHO
27. I.L.A. group : STEVEDORES
28. Arab chief : EMEER
32. Half years : SEMESTERS
34. Propel a raft : POLE
35. Camelot lady : ENID
37. Ostentatious show of knowledge : PEDANTRY
39. ___ on (continued advancing) : PUSHED
42. Seaport in Honduras : TELA
44. "___ maketh a full man": Bacon : READING
47. Political system : REGIME
49. ___ dozen : ADIMEA
50. Mountain climber's spike : PITON
51. A sister of Thalia : ERATO
52. Intense go-getter : DEMON
56. Trompe l'___ (illusory painting) : OEIL
57. Jackal in the Tarzan books : UNGO
58. Short distance : STEP
61. Pea's jacket : POD

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