New York Times, Monday, June 11, 1979

Author: Jean J. Davison
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.03, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 288 (avg 1.51)
Open Squares: 75, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 5, XRef: 2, Spans: 3
Jean J. Davison has 61 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1979, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Trap for mackerel : SEINE
6. Spore sacs in fungi : ASCI
10. Leak through : SEEP
14. Fortuitous : ACCIDENTAL
16. Celestial Peacock : PAVO
17. Second novel by 56 Across : THESUNALSORISES
19. Dawn goddess : EOS
20. Chocolate drink : COCOA
21. One of the Forsytes : IRENE
22. Outscore : BEST
23. A West from the East : MAE
24. Coop group : BROOD
27. Small fry : CHILDREN
32. Italian money : LIRA
33. Hooky player : TRUANT
35. Neighbor of Miss. : ALA
36. W.W. I novel by 56 Across : AFAREWELLTOARMS
39. Under the weather : ILL
40. Spotted ponies : PINTOS
41. Rhythm : BEAT
42. Answers : RESPONDS
44. Abounding in brakes : FERNY
45. Good hole card in stud poker : ACE
46. Variety : SORT
48. Tract of wasteland : HEATH
51. Part of a deck : SPADE
53. Folk-song syllable : TRA
56. Author of "The Torrents of Spring" : ERNESTHEMINGWAY
59. Not fer : AGIN
60. Think up again : RECONCEIVE
61. Fool : DOLT
62. Gabs on and on : YAKS
63. Sharpens : HONES
1. Appease fully : SATE
2. Reverberation : ECHO
3. Summer treats : ICES
4. City in Yugoslavia : NIS
5. Drew out : EDUCED
6. Put on ___ (pretend) : ANACT
7. W.W. II battle site : STLO
8. ___ Grande, national monument in Ariz. : CASA
9. U.N. labor body : ILO
10. Like some churches : SPIRED
11. Comfort : EASE
12. Not odd : EVEN
13. Something to strike : POSE
15. Name meaning "man" : ENOS
18. Marketplace : RIALTO
22. Tapir's relative : BOAR
23. Vast sums : MINTS
24. ___ House, in Washington : BLAIR
25. Ransack : RIFLE
26. Ph.D. candidates' concerns : ORALS
27. Religious groups : CULTS
28. Nimbus : HALO
29. Less cooked, as a steak : RARER
30. Mischa ___, violinist : ELMAN
31. Vile : NASTY
33. Sisal product : TWINE
34. Tear apart : REND
37. Eras : EPOCHS
38. Incite : ABET
43. Obvious : PATENT
44. Gallic : FRENCH
46. Greek isle : SAMOS
47. Wednesday's god : ODIN
48. Chief : HEAD
49. "Cogito, ___ sum": Descartes : ERGO
50. A dye : ANIL
51. N.Y. stadium : SHEA
52. Eight quarts : PECK
53. Double : TWIN
54. Spout nonsense : RAVE
55. Capitol Hill assents : AYES
57. Essay : TRY
58. Earth: Comb. form : GEO

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