Frances Hansen
Frances Hansen 

New York Times, Monday, May 2, 1988

Author: Frances Hansen
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.92, Missing: { J K Q V X }, Scrabble score: 287 (avg 1.53)
Open Squares: 67, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 6, XRef: 2
Frances Hansen has 78 pre-Shortz puzzles and 40 Shortz era puzzles in our database.
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© 1988, The New York Times
Across Down
1. "___ Lisa" : MONA
5. Decorous : STAID
10. The nouveaux riches put it on : RITZ
14. Starbuck's captain : AHAB
15. Jay Silverheels role : TONTO
16. Spooky-sounding lake : ERIE
17. Blushing : ROSY
18. "___ of Murder," 1948 film : ANACT
19. The Swedish Nightingale : LIND
20. With 51 Across, the pursuit of happiness? : CHASINGTHELAST
23. British Teddy boys : MODS
24. Trim trees : LOP
25. African jungle jaunt : SAFARI
28. Overshoes for the pursuer : GALOSHES
33. "The ___ lama/He's a priest": Nash : ONEL
34. Merganser : SMEW
36. Fishing net : SEINE
37. Balsam, e.g. : FIR
38. Kind of lantern : CHINESE
40. Faucet : TAP
41. Heart chambers : ATRIA
43. Castor's mother : LEDA
44. Marquand sleuth : MOTO
45. Pursuer's protector : RAINCOAT
47. Man of a Thousand Faces : CHANEY
49. Thun's river : AAR
50. ___ Rabbit, Uncle Remus friend : BRER
51. See 20 Across : BUSONARAINYDAY
58. Beethoven's birthplace : BONN
59. Pile up : AMASS
60. ___-majesté : LESE
61. Piedmontese wine center : ASTI
62. Belief : TENET
63. Oil cartel acronym : OPEC
64. Filmed : SHOT
65. Vestibule : ENTRY
66. Home of the Jazz : UTAH
1. Antony or Connelly : MARC
2. Words of surprise : OHOH
3. Spaced-out agcy.? : NASA
4. Immeasurably deep : ABYSMAL
5. Alden spoke for him : STANDISH
6. Hammer's partner : TONGS
7. Medical-school subj. : ANAT
8. Seven-year affliction : ITCH
9. "You don't say!" : DOTELL
10. Backslide : RELAPSE
11. Pupil's place : IRIS
12. Touch with color : TINT
13. British omega : ZED
21. Super suffix : IOR
22. At large : LOOSE
25. Up to now : SOFAR
26. Bryant or Louise : ANITA
27. Iron: Comb. form : FERRI
28. Dramatist Jean : GENET
29. Filled with wonder : AWED
30. Find in a serendipitous way : HITON
31. Akin on Mom's side : ENATE
32. Former Indian infantryman : SEPOY
35. "___ 18," 1961 Uris book : MILA
38. Chocolate source : CACAO
39. Vestry : SACRISTY
42. Teed off : INASNIT
44. Gymnast Retton : MARYLOU
46. Rococo : ORNATE
48. Layer : HEN
50. More despicable : BASER
51. "Tommyrot!" : BOSH
52. Golden-rule word : UNTO
53. Sobeit : AMEN
54. Carry on about : RANT
55. Govt. branch : DEPT
56. On the briny : ASEA
57. "Ugh!" new style : YECH
58. Kind of relief : BAS

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