New York Times, Saturday, June 14, 1986

Author:Charlotte Shore
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 39, Avg Word Len: 4.77, Missing: { C J K Q V W Z }, Scrabble score: 263 (avg 1.41)
Open Squares: 62, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 8, XRef: 2
Charlotte Shore has 13 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.

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© 1986, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Baritone in Verdi's "Falstaff" : FORD
5. Loosely twisted silk yarn : TRAM
9. Royal command : FIAT
13. Brain passage : ITER
14. "John Brown's body ___ mould'ring . . . " : LIESA
15. Dangerous den : LAIR
16. Renoir's "Dans la ___" : LOGE
17. Element in radio tubes : ARGON
18. Q. ___ session : ANDA
19. One of 10 : LORDALEAPING
22. O'Neill play : ILE
23. Like a caboose : LAST
24. Be finicky : NIGGLE
28. Potpourri item : PETAL
30. Afrikaans : TAAL
32. ___-en-Provence, France : AIX
33. Glowing : RADIANT
36. Brynhild's brother : ATLI
37. Symbol of purity : GALAHAD
40. Annie's vessel : TUGBOAT
42. Vichy-trial town : RIOM
43. Clearly penned : LEGIBLE
45. Psyche parts : IDS
46. Mystery author Lathen : EMMA
47. Stoneworts : ALGAE
51. Spicy Spanish dish : PAELLA
53. Type of fly or frog : SHAD
56. City in Paraguay : ITA
57. One of five : LITTLEPEPPER
60. Tenor Martini : NINO
63. "Dear ___," Braad-Thomsen film : IRENE
64. Menilite, e.g. : OPAL
65. Words on an Rx : ADAY
66. Odin, Thor, Balder et al. : AESIR
67. Butte's kin : MESA
68. 007 : BOND
69. Big Board ltrs. : NYSE
70. Kind of sch. : PREP
1. Extra touch : FILLIP
2. "Becket" actor: 1964 : OTOOLE
3. Derby winner: 1915 : REGRET
4. Stowe book : DRED
5. Bores : TIRES
6. Henley event : REGATTA
7. Give ___ to Cerberus : ASOP
8. One of three : MANINATUB
9. Memorable U.S. illustrator : FLAGG
10. Actor McKellen : IAN
11. Be a Samaritan : AID
12. With 14 Down, jolly notes : TRA
14. See 12 Down : LALA
20. "The Garden of ___" : ALLAH
21. Zip : NIL
25. Spanish feline : GATO
26. Tony-winner Kedrova : LILA
27. Sartre's "No ___" : EXIT
29. Saroyan hero : ARAM
31. Negative prefix : ANTI
34. One of 101 : DALMATIAN
35. Footnote note : IDEM
36. Arne oratorio : ABEL
37. Sceneshifter : GRIP
38. Amonasro's daughter : AIDA
39. Misplace : LOSE
41. Woodland clearing : GLADE
44. Like some experimental cars : GASLESS
46. Yalie : ELI
48. A Reagan role : GIPPER
49. Relaxed : ATEASE
50. Flap on a cap : EARLAP
52. "Safety Last" comedian : LLOYD
54. An Olympics star in 1936 : HENIE
55. David Frye, e.g. : APER
58. Three-pip card : TREY
59. Much ado : POMP
60. Arrest : NAB
61. Words of love : IDO
62. Dwarf: Comb. form : NAN

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