Stanley Newman
Stanley Newman 

New York Times, Saturday, May 5, 1984

Author: Stanley Newman
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 37, Avg Word Len: 5.37, Missing: { J Q X }, Scrabble score: 308 (avg 1.64)
Open Squares: 76, Cheaters: 8, FITB: 2, XRef: 0
Stanley Newman has 2 pre-Shortz puzzles and 20 Shortz era puzzles in our database.
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© 1984, The New York Times
Across Down
1. End of a counting rhyme : FATHEN
7. Kind of orange : NAVEL
12. Place for an aglet : SHOELACE
15. Mini-poem : ODELET
17. Secular or civil : TEMPORAL
18. Galveston sight : TANKER
19. Lout : OAF
20. Rabble-rouser's forte : DEMAGOGUERY
22. Malayan transportation : PROA
24. Sews up : SUTURES
25. Inventory : STOCK
27. Rig, for short : SEMI
28. Lingerie item : BRA
31. Furnish : LEND
33. Fog : PEASOUP
36. Speech teachers : RHETORS
39. Broadcaster : STREWER
40. Tumbler : ACROBAT
41. Gridiron measure : YARD
42. How come? : WHY
43. Fifth-day creation : FOWL
46. Cotton-spinning machines : MULES
49. In seclusion : RETIRED
52. Just : MERE
53. Reckless : HARUMSCARUM
57. Fled : RAN
58. Garland for a poet laureate : ANADEM
59. Neil Simon, e.g. : COMEDIST
61. Brewer from Toledo : TERESA
62. Poker pest : KIBITZER
63. Useful plastic : SARAN
64. Cantankerous : ORNERY
1. Settings for Steichen : FSTOPS
2. What the Tin Man wanted : AHEART
3. Nonsense : TOMFOOLERY
4. Drill sergeant's word : HEP
5. Hypothetical force : ELOD
6. Breathing apparatus : NARES
7. Unwanted attention : NOTORIETY
8. Saw : ADAGE
9. Mother of Aeneas : VENUS
10. Sommer : ELKE
11. Glance from Groucho : LEER
13. Snub-nosed: Fr. : CAMUS
14. Buoy : ELATE
16. Go for it : TRY
21. Sidney Smith's creations : GUMPS
23. Vinegary: Comb. form : ACETO
26. Dresser need : KNOB
28. Expurgate : BOWDLERIZE
29. Actress McClanahan : RUE
30. The "cruellest" mo. : APR
32. Blueprint person : DRAFTSMAN
34. Khachaturian : ARAM
35. Whey : SERUM
36. Untrained : RAW
37. Presidential monogram : HCH
38. Firmly restrained : STOIC
44. Torture : WRACK
45. Poet–political activist Jones : LEROI
47. Something to clap at school : ERASER
48. Watch : SENTRY
49. Not so polite : RUDER
50. Ancient city in Syria : EMESA
51. Disneyland denizen : DUMBO
53. Castor or tile : HAT
54. "___ generally shammin'. . . ": Kipling : ANES
55. "Ta-___-Boom-De-Ré" : RARA
56. Golda : MEIR
60. Keep after sch. : DTN

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