New York Times, Monday, May 21, 1990

Author: Albert J. Klaus
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 42, Avg Word Len: 4.69, Missing: { B F G J K Q W Z }, Scrabble score: 256 (avg 1.40)
Open Squares: 62, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 3, XRef: 0
Albert J. Klaus has 115 pre-Shortz puzzles and 4 Shortz era puzzles in our database.
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1. Separate : PART
5. Italian fashion center : TURIN
10. Article : ITEM
14. Scent : ODOR
15. Grape seeds, e.g. : ACINI
16. Cab : TAXI
17. Song from "Born to Dance" : EASYTOLOVE
19. Venetian-blind piece : SLAT
20. Three, in Trento : TRE
21. Narrow inlet : RIA
22. Locale of the halls of ivy : ACADEME
24. Constantine's birthplace : NIS
25. Erase : DELE
26. Deception : IMPOSTURE
31. Lowest female voice : ALTO
34. Venetian traveler : POLO
35. Holy Fr. female : STE
36. Ethical : MORAL
38. Wrathful : IRATE
40. "A Nightmare on ___ Street" : ELM
42. Egg-shaped : OVATE
43. Potter's wheel : LATHE
44. Large Hawaiian hawks : IOS
46. Site west of Nod : EDEN
47. Prophet : SEER
48. Gas used in a blowtorch : ACETYLENE
50. Monetary unit in Iran : RIAL
52. Juan Carlos, e.g. : REY
53. Disease of domestic animals : CHOLERA
56. Moray : EEL
57. MOMA display : ART
60. Air: Comb. form : AERO
61. Song from "Can-Can" : ILOVEPARIS
64. Eastern European : SLAV
65. Kind of cat : CIVET
66. Moreno or Hayworth : RITA
67. She, in Arles : ELLE
68. Tiny margins : HAIRS
69. German river : EDER
1. Merrill or Wilbur : POET
2. Hebrew month : ADAR
3. Ascended : ROSE
4. Attempt : TRY
5. Followers of Lao-tzu doctrines : TAOISTS
6. West Coast inst. : UCLA
7. Cruise port, for short : RIO
8. Trespass : INVADE
9. Caroline, to Sen. Kennedy : NIECE
10. Song from "Red, Hot and Blue" : ITSDELOVELY
11. Lamb product : TALE
12. Midterm challenger : EXAM
13. Speck : MITE
18. Speaker of baseball : TRIS
23. San Antonio mission : ALAMO
24. Song from "Me and Juliet" : NOOTHERLOVE
26. Hardwood tree : IPIL
27. Units of time, in prosody : MORAS
28. It's passed at Mass : PLATE
29. Colo. Indian : UTE
30. Memento : RELIC
32. Barter : TRADE
33. Made of cereal grain : OATEN
37. Smooth-breathing mark : LENE
39. Weird : EERIE
41. A Stooge : MOE
45. Fleet and Oxford : STREETS
48. Speech loss : ALALIA
49. Shrill cry : YELP
51. "If I Were ___ Man," 1964 song : ARICH
53. Container : CASE
54. Sheol : HELL
55. Spoken : ORAL
56. Always : EVER
57. Devoid of interest : ARID
58. Ceremony : RITE
59. Despot : TSAR
62. Egg: Comb. form : OVI
63. "You ___ My Sunshine," 1940 song : ARE

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