New York Times, Thursday, May 3, 1984

Author: Arnold Moss
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 42, Avg Word Len: 4.69, Missing: { Q X }, Scrabble score: 291 (avg 1.59)
Open Squares: 71, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 7, XRef: 0, Spans: 1
Arnold Moss has 25 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
1
M
2
E
3
A
4
D
5
S
6
C
7
O
8
O
9
T
10
A
11
T
12
T
13
Y
14
A
T
M
O
15
T
O
N
T
O
16
T
R
U
E
17
S
C
O
W
18
O
D
E
O
N
19
R
I
T
A
20
C
H
I
N
21
A
W
A
R
E
22
F
I
A
T
S
23
A
C
E
S
24
Z
E
A
L
O
T
25
W
26
A
D
E
27
B
28
R
E
W
29
S
A
V
O
R
30
L
A
I
N
31
C
32
L
33
I
34
P
35
S
L
O
W
B
36
O
A
T
T
O
37
C
H
I
N
A
38
T
E
N
N
39
J
U
T
E
40
H
I
N
D
U
41
L
A
D
Y
42
I
N
G
E
43
P
44
O
45
L
46
L
O
I
47
D
48
A
T
A
49
A
R
I
A
N
50
C
51
H
I
N
A
S
52
E
53
A
54
S
55
R
A
M
P
56
S
H
A
N
K
57
I
R
M
A
58
E
L
I
S
59
R
A
V
E
L
60
L
I
E
N
61
R
E
T
E
62
S
T
E
R
E
63
K
E
N
S
© 1984, The New York Times
Across Down
1. She studied Samoa : MEAD
5. Skedaddle : SCOOT
10. L. Nizer, e.g. : ATTY
14. Sphere preceder : ATMO
15. Lone Ranger's sidekick : TONTO
16. Exam choice : TRUE
17. Tub of a sort : SCOW
18. "___ Melancholy": Keats : ODEON
19. Actress Moreno : RITA
20. Spode, e.g. : CHINAWARE
22. Commands : FIATS
23. Radio's Jane and Goodman : ACES
24. Aficionado : ZEALOT
25. Walk through water : WADE
27. Beer or ale : BREW
29. Relish : SAVOR
30. Reclined : LAIN
31. Kind of joint : CLIP
35. Loesser vessel: 1948 : SLOWBOATTOCHINA
38. Kefauver's state: Abbr. : TENN
39. Burlap material : JUTE
40. Din, e.g. : HINDU
41. Augusta Bracknell, for one : LADY
42. "Picnic" man : INGE
43. Hoi ___ : POLLOI
47. Computer software : DATA
49. Unit follower : ARIAN
50. Gable-Harlow film: 1935 : CHINASEAS
55. Aid for some of the handicapped : RAMP
56. Straight part of a fishhook : SHANK
57. "___ la Douce" : IRMA
58. First site of Olympic games : ELIS
59. "Boléro" man : RAVEL
60. Legal right : LIEN
61. Network of nerves : RETE
62. Metric measure : STERE
63. Maynard and Murray : KENS
1. Not fem. or neut. : MASC
2. Engrave : ETCH
3. Mine, in Metz : AMOI
4. "You must sing 'A-___'": Shak. : DOWNADOWN
5. Topsy's creator : STOWE
6. Musical endings : CODAS
7. Lulu : ONER
8. Platte people : OTOE
9. High fashion : TON
10. Upper chambers of the heart : ATRIA
11. Kafka subject : TRIAL
12. Abruzzi's all : TUTTO
13. Riser in a kitchen : YEAST
21. Bitter : ACERB
22. Not many : FEW
24. Eleatic philosopher : ZENO
25. Ridge : WALE
26. English river : AVON
27. Bonkers : BATTY
28. Stravinsky's "The ___ of Spring" : RITE
29. Fast flier : SST
30. Extol : LAUD
31. Lightweight fabric : CHINASILK
32. Follower of under or duck : LING
33. "Chanson d'___" : INDE
34. Pyrénées city : PAU
36. Calif. resort : OJAI
37. Actress Rivera : CHITA
41. A Eur. capital : LON
43. He whittles while he works : PARER
44. Pope's cape : ORALE
45. The sky can be this : LIMIT
46. Come to an end : LAPSE
47. Fast-food place : DINER
48. Tarsus : ANKLE
50. Songbird : CHAT
51. Eat : HAVE
52. Clinton's waterway : ERIE
53. Grace's ending : AMEN
54. " . . . ___ everything": Shak. : SANS
56. Coll. group : SRS

Found bugs or have suggestions?