New York Times, Thursday, June 1, 1989

Author:Dorothea E. Shipp
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 43, Avg Word Len: 4.79, Missing: { J K Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 269 (avg 1.48)
Open Squares: 62, Cheaters: 10, FITB: 3, XRef: 0
Dorothea E. Shipp has 50 pre-Shortz puzzles and 1 Shortz era puzzle in our database.

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© 1989, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Scaramouch : SCAMP
6. Piquant : SAVORY
12. Indian corn : MEALIES
14. Third man in the ring : REFEREE
15. Sonata movement : ANDANTE
16. Occurring annually : ETESIAN
17. Altar exchanges : MARRIAGEVOWS
19. Goddess of mischief : ATE
20. ___ Quarter : LATIN
21. Perpetually : EVER
25. Spot : ESPY
28. Altos or Gatos preceder : LOS
29. Nat Turner was one : SLAVE
30. Topper : LID
32. Orderly : NEAT
34. Part of R.S.V.P. : SIL
35. Court man : LAWYER
38. In conclusion : LASTLY
40. Be in the red : OWE
41. Form of pachisi : LUDO
44. Suffix akin to ites : ESE
45. Denuded : BARED
47. Stereo unit : AMP
49. Goddess of youth : HEBE
52. Watched : EYED
53. Gun getter in a musical : ANNIE
55. Mornings: Abbr. : AMS
57. This signals the bride's entrance : WEDDINGMARCH
61. Designate : ENTITLE
64. Asmara is its capital : ERITREA
65. Stroll : SAUNTER
66. Ordained : DECREED
67. Less relaxed : TENSER
68. Linden trees : TEILS
1. Body over which Bush once presided : SENATE
2. Frameworks : CADRES
3. Controversial pesticide : ALAR
4. Kind of skirt or bus : MINI
5. Part of a rose : PETAL
6. "Dragonwyck" author : SETON
7. Millay's "___ Figs From Thistles" : AFEW
8. Craft : VESSEL
9. Mouth: Comb. form : ORI
10. Penn Station builder : REA
11. Hankering : YEN
12. A nursery ursid : MAMA
13. "Love Story" author : SEGAL
14. Change a manuscript : REVISE
18. District on the Thames : ETON
22. Huge : VAST
23. Devil's delight : EVIL
24. Lean (on) : RELY
26. Direct one's course : PLY
27. Right-of-way sign : YIELD
29. Cache : STASH
31. Film star Joanne : DRU
33. Wassail drink : ALE
35. Uvula, e.g. : LOBE
36. Not at home : AWAY
37. Existed : WERE
39. Bishopric : SEE
42. Wrath : DANDER
43. Atlanta arena : OMNI
46. Booth and Newman : EDWINS
48. Longed for : PINED
50. Something to roll out : BARREL
51. Barker et al. : EMCEES
53. Colleague of Freud : ADLER
54. Denizen of the Everglades : EGRET
56. Herringlike fish : SHAD
58. Follower of Nan or mignon : ETTE
59. Nursery-rhyme trio : MICE
60. Longfellow's "The Bell of ___" : ATRI
61. Superlative suffix : EST
62. Glaswegian negative : NAE
63. Wine cask : TUN

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