NOT FOR DUFFERS

New York Times, Sunday, May 19, 1985

Author:Jeanette K. Brill
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 72, Avg Word Len: 5.27, Missing: { J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 555 (avg 1.50)
Open Squares: 119, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 14, XRef: 0
Jeanette K. Brill has 79 pre-Shortz puzzles and 2 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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© 1985, The New York Times
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1. David, for one : CAMP
5. Fountain drinks : SODAS
10. Lead weight : PLUMB
15. Cole adherent : SLAW
19. Leigh Hunt hero : ABOU
20. ___ State Theater, Sarasota : ASOLO
21. Middle Eastern liquor : RAKEE
22. Forum wear : TOGA
23. Golfer figuring his score? : TEETOTALER
25. Tournament time? : OPENSEASON
27. Resembling a tepee : TENTLIKE
28. Lianas : VINES
30. Word with scout or show : TALENT
31. Actress ___ May Oliver : EDNA
32. Compete with : RIVAL
33. Spin in a roleo : BIRL
34. Evening party : SOIREE
37. French legislative body : SENAT
38. Material for a fur coat : SEALSKIN
42. Anent : INRE
43. Lindbergh's guest on the links? : THELONEEAGLE
46. Federal agcy.: 1933–36 : NRA
47. Polynesian native of N.Z. : MAORI
49. Levin or Gershwin : IRA
50. Yalie : ELI
51. Durable wood : OAK
52. Beard grown by an oats farmer : AWN
53. What golfers strive for? : PAREXCELLENCE
60. B–F connection : CDE
61. Units of electrical current : AMPERES
63. Revoke, in law : ADEEM
64. Peeled rice : HUSKED
66. Happen : OCCUR
67. Vilify : SMEAR
68. Modern Italian novelist Giuseppe ___ : BERTO
69. December figures : SANTAS
71. Checks : STEMS
72. Mead wrote about them : SAMOANS
74. Put duds on : TOG
75. Golfer's favorite cookie? : CHOCOLATECHIP
78. Joker : WAG
80. Hole-in-___ : ONE
81. Needlefish : GAR
82. Motorist's org. : AAA
83. Lyric poem : EPODE
85. "Bei ___ Bist Du Schoen" : MIR
86. Golfer's lament? : BYEBYEBIRDIE
92. Churn up : ROIL
93. Eclairs, etc. : PASTRIES
95. Meal finishers, often : MINTS
96. Chemical compounds : AMIDES
98. Tills the soil : HOES
99. Lead-pipe ___ : CINCH
100. Hosea in the Douay Bible : OSEE
101. Legal petition : APPEAL
104. India's official language : HINDI
105. Skilled craftsmen : ARTISANS
109. Golfer's aspiration? : FLUIDDRIVE
111. What single golfers try to avoid? : TENDERTRAP
113. Kin: Abbr. : RELS
114. Kind of kitchen : EATIN
115. Stage direction : ENTER
116. Tibetan monk : LAMA
117. Certain biog. sketch : OBIT
118. Resided : DWELT
119. Beloved ones : DEARS
120. Norse mythical giant : YMER
1. Suffragette from Ripon : CATT
2. Busy as ___ : ABEE
3. One of the Truk Islands : MOEN
4. A golfer at home? : PUTTERER
5. Glossy fabric : SATINET
6. Japanese port : OSAKA
7. He crashed with a Ford : DOLE
8. October drink : ALE
9. Actor Paul from Brooklyn : SORVINO
10. Rotate the hand, in a way : PRONATE
11. Revers : LAPEL
12. Music makers, informally : UKES
13. They can't join the L.P.G.A. : MEN
14. Coarse : BESTIAL
15. Delays by evasion : STALLS
16. Mislay : LOSE
17. Stravinsky ballet : AGON
18. " . . . I shall not ___" : WANT
24. Ye ___ gift shoppe : OLDE
26. Ark. city near Memphis : EARLE
29. Lendl of tennis : IVAN
32. Take it easy : RELAX
33. Shamir's predecessor : BEGIN
34. Basic igneous rock : SIMA
35. Iowa city : ONAWA
36. Golf-club salesmen? : IRONMONGERS
37. Ancient Chinese : SERES
38. Hawthorne's birthplace : SALEM
39. What a superstitious golfer might do? : KNOCKONWOOD
40. Moslem decree : IRADE
41. In the buff : NAKED
44. Personnel chief : HIRER
45. Specialized fisherman : EELER
48. Creeping S.A. plant : IPECAC
54. In ___ (hurrying) : ARUSH
55. Deloul or hageen : CAMEL
56. Tomato blight : EDEMA
57. Minimum : LEAST
58. Lab sci. prefix : CHEMI
59. Gunther's "Inside ___" : EUROPE
62. For every hund. : PCT
65. RR depot : STA
67. Bedtime ___ : STORY
68. Adherent of a 19th-century religion : BAHAI
69. Jazz dance : STOMP
70. District sacred to the Muses : AONIA
71. Eschars : SCABS
72. Large quantity : SCADS
73. Berlin's "___ Salome . . . " : SADIE
76. Gulae : OGEES
77. Marl, e.g. : EARTH
79. Sets : GELS
84. Sacerdotal : PRIESTLY
86. Wide : BROAD
87. Produced, as revenue : YIELDED
88. Lofty : EMINENT
89. Put under obligation : BIND
90. Abetted : INCITED
91. Paschal times : EASTERS
94. Believer in one God : THEIST
97. Golda : MEIR
99. Kind of servant : CIVIL
100. Fiat : ORDER
101. Hair style : AFRO
102. Commoner : PLEB
103. Hungarian sheep dog : PULI
104. "The ___ Report," 1976 book : HITE
105. Theatrical org. : ANTA
106. Khachaturian : ARAM
107. Appellative : NAME
108. Box : SPAR
110. Uncooked : RAW
112. Compass dir. : ENE

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