Robert H. Wolfe
Robert H. Wolfe 

New York Times, Friday, June 29, 1990

Author:Robert H. Wolfe
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 37, Avg Word Len: 4.95, Missing: { F J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 251 (avg 1.34)
Open Squares: 88, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 9, XRef: 0
Robert H. Wolfe has 23 pre-Shortz puzzles and 60 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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© 1990, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Dye stuff : PIGMENT
8. Singer Clark et al. : PETULAS
15. Interstices : AREOLAE
16. Component of DNA or RNA : ADENINE
17. Modernize, in a way : RESTORE
18. Regimental shelter : TENTAGE
19. Caesar, J.'s pal was an opposite : ANTONYM
20. Derek, B.'s co-star got hitched : MOORED
21. Augur : SEER
22. Hawkeye : IOWAN
25. Carriage : STANCE
28. Hard age? : STONE
33. ___ carte : ALA
36. Harmoniums : ORGANS
38. "Amores" poet : OVID
39. Capital of Albania : TIRANA
41. Merida morsel : TAMALE
43. Persian poet : OMAR
44. Actor Martin from N.Y.C. : BALSAM
48. QB Dawson : LEN
49. Gozo neighbor : MALTA
51. Aquatic rodent : NUTRIA
53. Caroline, to Teddy : NIECE
55. Segment : PART
59. D. Hannah's co-star with appreciation : THANKS
63. P. Drake's portrayer in a big lie : WHOPPER
66. Wines and dines : REGALES
68. Cockney's receding problem? : AIRLINE
69. People who press suits : IRONERS
70. Goes back on a promise : RENEGES
71. Lares et ___ : PENATES
72. Gowns : DRESSES
1. Yugoslav coins : PARAS
2. Cara of "Fame" fame : IRENE
3. Derring-do tale : GESTE
4. Originators of putt-putts : MOTORS
5. N.C. college : ELON
6. Not any, country style : NARY
7. Prolific; fertile : TEEMING
8. Opportune : PAT
9. Plant blight : EDEMA
10. Mortises' partners : TENONS
11. " . . . a lamp ___ my feet . . . " : UNTO
12. Pseudologist : LIAR
13. Heavenly being: Fr. : ANGE
14. Scions : SEED
23. Mozart's "L'___ del Cairo" : OCA
24. Crowded city, to the English : WEN
26. The long or short of it : TON
27. Oman man : ARAB
29. Writer Wolfe : TOM
30. Egg-shaped : OVAL
31. Site of a Christie tale : NILE
32. Nod's neighbor : EDEN
33. Kind of smasher : ATOM
34. "City of the Kings" : LIMA
35. Soviet sea : ARAL
37. ___ chamber : STAR
40. Garfunkel or Buchwald : ART
42. French friend : AMI
45. Donkey: Fr. : ANE
46. Jean-___ Picard of "Star Trek" : LUC
47. Attendant : STEWARD
50. Short sock : ANKLET
52. May and love followers : APPLES
54. River to the Rhone : ISERE
56. "In ___ eye!" : APIGS
57. Ballerina Jeanmaire : RENEE
58. Lock without a key : TRESS
59. Expedition : TRIP
60. "___ Comes Mr. Jordan" : HERE
61. Stravinsky ballet : AGON
62. Zola novel : NANA
64. Sacred: Comb. form : HIER
65. Writer Sarah ___ Jewett : ORNE
67. Draft org. : SSS

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