New York Times, Thursday, June 12, 1986

Author:Jones
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.79, Missing: { Q V W X Z }, Scrabble score: 284 (avg 1.52)
Open Squares: 65, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 8, XRef: 1, Spans: 1
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1. Son of Odin and Frigg : BALDER
7. Jackson or Smith : KATE
11. Tulsa time: Abbr. : CST
14. "Get ___!" : AHORSE
15. Part of Presley's signature : ARON
16. Cry's companion : HUE
17. Star of "A Star Is Born": 1937 : JANETGAYNOR
19. Choler : IRE
20. In one's bunk : ABED
21. Nautical term : ALEE
22. N.Y. city whose name means "oil" : OLEAN
24. Game for Zarley and Zoeller : GOLF
26. Like an aerie : LOFTY
27. One-liners : JOKES
30. Feast : REPAST
34. ___ Hogg : IMA
35. " . . . as ye walk, and ___?": Luke 24:17 : ARESAD
37. Links org. : USGA
41. Star of "A Star Is Born": 1976 : BARBRASTREISAND
44. Organic compound : ENOL
45. Relative of 44 Across : ACETOL
46. "Peck's ___ Boy": 1883 : BAD
47. Passions : ARDORS
49. Lass in "The Glass Menagerie" : LAURA
51. Mall, of yore : AGORA
54. Frank : OPEN
56. Decorate with diamonds : BEGEM
57. Actress Bancroft : ANNE
59. Shiver : GRUE
63. Set the pace : LED
64. Star of "A Star Is Born": 1954 : JUDYGARLAND
67. Ending for verb or glob : OSE
68. Clinton's canal : ERIE
69. Force : COERCE
70. Downing Street number : TEN
71. Nomad's abode : TENT
72. At once : HEREON
1. ___ California : BAJA
2. Jezebel's husband : AHAB
3. Type of wolf : LONE
4. Panama Canal sight : DREDGE
5. Superlative ending : EST
6. Stately : REGAL
7. Author of "The Far Pavilions" : KAYE
8. "Rosamund" composer : ARNE
9. As well : TOO
10. Registers : ENROLS
11. Main : CHIEF
12. Seaport north of Bombay : SURAT
13. Word with bopper : TEENY
18. Like Monet's paintings : ALFRESCO
23. Second wife in "The Good Earth" : LOTUS
25. Glacial ridges : OSAR
27. Agree : JIBE
28. Arabian gulf : OMAN
29. Poker player's diamond, in Munich : KARO
31. Poly follower : ESTER
32. Fa la : PARTSONG
33. ___ et rege (from God and the king) : ADEO
36. Boer assembly : RAAD
38. Star of "Savage Drums" : SABU
39. Snarl : GNAR
40. Po feeder : ADDA
42. Tantara : BLARE
43. Lenard's "Winnie ___ Pu" : ILLE
48. Aircraft engine : RAMJET
50. Izaak Walton, e.g. : ANGLER
51. ___ on the escutcheon : ABLOT
52. They mate for life : GEESE
53. Poet Nash : OGDEN
55. Fuzzy fruit : PEACH
57. Point after deuce : ADIN
58. Gorbachev's no : NYET
60. Excellent : RARE
61. Strange, in Ayr : UNCO
62. Utopia : EDEN
65. Suffix for press : URE
66. Caviar : ROE

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