New York Times, Saturday, June 27, 1987

Author: Joe Clonick
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.16, Missing: { F J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 261 (avg 1.37)
Open Squares: 72, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 4, XRef: 1
Joe Clonick has 20 pre-Shortz puzzles and 2 Shortz era puzzles in our database.
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© 1987, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Aspic ingredient : TOMATO
7. Makes amends : ATONES
13. Kidney bean : HARICOT
14. Swift retort : RIPOSTE
16. Necessitates : ENTAILS
17. More emaciated : GAUNTER
18. Caesar's favorite pronoun : EGO
19. J.F.K.'s predecessor : DDE
20. Switch positions : ONS
21. Elem. curricula? : RRR
22. Editor's verb : DELE
24. Ten-percenter : AGENT
26. Zola subject : NANA
27. Inspirit : ELATE
29. Medical suffix : OMA
30. City on the Meuse : SEDAN
31. Mickey's pal : DONALD
33. Humorous columnist : BUCHWALD
35. Olympics pistol-packer : STARTER
37. Admonition to Junior : DOASISAY
41. Certain engines : TURBOS
46. Filler for la plume : ENCRE
47. Jockey Turcotte : RON
49. Bears' wide receiver : GAULT
50. Dregs : LEES
51. Detroit dud : EDSEL
53. Earth, in Bonn : ERDE
54. Believer's suffix : IST
55. Cable network for rock fans : MTV
56. Memorable pitcher Ferrell : WES
58. Pompadour or de Staël : MME
59. Insects' spiracles : STOMATA
61. Blonde or blond : TOWHEAD
63. Scarlet flier : TANAGER
64. Latter-day Aristotle : ONASSIS
65. Loss indicator : REDINK
66. Cleared, as profit : NETTED
1. Hybrid citrus : TANGELO
2. Old World bunting : ORTOLAN
3. T. A. Daly's "___ Carlotta" : MIA
4. Niacin, e.g. : ACID
5. "You ___ lie . . . ": Shak. : TOLDA
6. N.Y. county : OTSEGO
7. Hercules was one : ARGONAUT
8. Ex-fireballer Luis : TIANT
9. Composition : OPUS
10. ___ sequitur : NON
11. "CHiPs" actor : ESTRADA
12. Of the breastbone : STERNAL
13. Took advice : HEEDED
15. Something to run : ERRAND
23. Airport abbr. : ETA
25. Early stages : EMBRYOS
26. "Shanghai" author : NEW
28. Longfellow heroine : ELSIE
30. Woman's short jacket : SHRUG
32. Toper's trouble : DTS
34. This, in Tours : CET
36. Picnickers' pet? : AARDVARK
37. Remove, as a stock-market security : DELIST
38. Brigadier's insignia : ONESTAR
39. Paint remover or solvent : ACETONE
40. Incipient grads : SRS
42. Scottish explorer : RAE
43. U Nu, e.g. : BURMESE
44. Card game : OLDMAID
45. Bayard and Grani : STEEDS
48. Singer from Norfolk : NEWTON
51. A.L. home-run leader: 1944 : ETTEN
52. Sierra ___ : LEONE
55. Manger visitors : MAGI
57. Part of Pakistan : SWAT
60. Like Anthony Wayne : MAD
62. Predecessor of 19 Across : HST

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