New York Times, Thursday, June 21, 1984

Author: William Canine
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.85, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 274 (avg 1.45)
Open Squares: 73, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 3, XRef: 0
William Canine has 65 pre-Shortz puzzles and 2 Shortz era puzzles in our database.
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© 1984, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Seat for a rajah : HOWDAH
7. Fall back : LAG
10. Pasternak nurse : LARA
14. Afternoon reception : ATHOME
15. ___ roll (in luck) : ONA
16. Shortly : ANON
17. Arouse : STIRUP
18. Like certain patrol cars : UNMARKED
20. Library lineup : TOMES
21. Popular spot in the 20's : SPEAKEASY
22. Killer of Antony's lover : ASP
23. Aix summer : ETE
25. Moved stealthily : SLID
26. Bear : ENDURE
29. Pried : NOSED
33. Nothing more than : MERE
35. Tournament enders : FINALS
38. Hockey great : ORR
39. Parched : ARID
40. Four: Comb. form : TETRA
41. Kelly's opossum : POGO
42. Anaïs, the writer : NIN
43. Maintain : ASSERT
44. At the summit : ATOP
45. Region of Israel : NEGEV
47. Go over and over : REHASH
49. Spread : MEAL
52. Far East coin : SEN
53. Kinsman : SIB
56. Farthest : UTTERMOST
60. Dazzling light : GLARE
62. Awful : FEARSOME
63. Gary of golf : PLAYER
64. First name in fashion : OLEG
65. Aberdeen denial : NAE
66. Carson's "___ Spring" : SILENT
67. Plaice's relative : SOLE
68. Econ. term : GNP
69. Makes points : SCORES
1. "___ la vista" : HASTA
2. Kahn and Preminger : OTTOS
3. Crying : WHIMPERING
4. French illustrator: 19th century : DORE
5. Agreeably occupied : AMUSED
6. "With it" in the 40's : HEP
7. Wolf of the forêt : LOUP
8. Two of Henry's six : ANNES
9. Nasser : GAMAL
10. Texas town of song : LAREDO
11. Singer-composer Paul : ANKA
12. Anonymous Richards : ROES
13. Commentator Rooney : ANDY
19. Claude or Zoë : AKINS
21. Sequence : SERIES
24. University in Medford, Mass. : TUFTS
27. Nickname for Edgar : NED
28. Walk in : ENTER
30. Haruspex : SOOTHSAYER
31. Therefore : ERGO
32. Theater curtain : DROP
33. "Buddenbrooks" author : MANN
34. Sandusky's lake : ERIE
36. Put a stop to : ARREST
37. Machine tool : LATHE
41. Dance step : PAS
43. States formally, in law : AVERS
46. Debouch : EMERGE
48. Simplified form of English : ANGLIC
50. Midst : AMONG
51. Miller's salesman : LOMAN
54. Actress Worth : IRENE
55. Parks and Wheeler : BERTS
56. Phenomena of interest to the U.S.A.F. : UFOS
57. End: Comb. form : TELO
58. Liang : TAEL
59. Exude : SEEP
61. Gounod contemporary : LALO
63. Additions to ltrs. : PSS

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