New York Times, Monday, June 18, 1990

Author:Sidney L. Robbins
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 41, Avg Word Len: 4.84, Missing: { F J K Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 273 (avg 1.48)
Open Squares: 68, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 4, XRef: 0
Sidney L. Robbins has 136 pre-Shortz puzzles and 50 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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© 1990, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Pile : HEAP
5. Hallowed: Comb. form : SACRO
10. Freudian follower : SLIP
14. Othello's villainous aide : IAGO
15. Apportion : ALLOT
16. Yield : CEDE
17. Headline sometimes seen in June : SCHOOLSOUT
19. Patriot Nathan : HALE
20. Pottery fragment : SHARD
21. Brief halt en route : STOPOVER
23. Recipient of a gift : DONEE
26. Garden tools : HOES
27. Towel word : HERS
31. Place for a pea : POD
32. Warsaw is its cap. : POL
33. Ousted : EVICTED
35. Pianist Gyorgy ___ : SANDOR
38. Tom Swift's flying ___ : MACHINE
39. High crime : TREASON
41. Marine hazards : SHOALS
42. Skin shedding : ECDYSIS
43. Suffix with audit or direct : ORY
44. Twelve fifty-nine successor : ONE
45. Casa room : SALA
46. Cinders of comics : ELLA
48. Waggish : DROLL
50. Spot for a welcome mat : DOORSTEP
52. Specks; jots : IOTAS
57. Regarding : ASTO
58. Old-style word for a teacher : SCHOOLMARM
61. Broz : TITO
62. "As sure ___ as ever won . . . ": Shak. : ACARD
63. His Rose was Irish : ABIE
64. Tree of the Philippines : ANAM
65. Rajah's bride : RANEE
66. Unmannerly : RUDE
1. Serpentine sound : HISS
2. Every's fellow traveler : EACH
3. Turkish commander : AGHA
4. ___ Richard of Almanack fame : POOR
5. Pitcher Maglie : SAL
6. D'Amato and Smith : ALS
7. Shut down : CLOSED
8. Course of travel : ROUTE
9. Preminger or Graham : OTTO
10. Period in the life of Tom Brown : SCHOOLDAYS
11. Part of AWOL : LEAVE
12. Runs in neutral : IDLES
13. Jury member : PEER
18. Eccentric : ODD
22. Dialed : PHONED
24. In a candid way : OPENLY
25. Central points : NODES
27. Stitch preceder : HEM
28. Le Gallienne and a Gabor : EVAS
29. Opulent : RICH
30. This has class : SCHOOLROOM
32. Post predecessor : PARCEL
34. Certain crowns : TIARAS
35. Worker in a pool : STENO
36. Pelion supporter : OSSA
37. Stir up the waters : ROIL
40. Org. for collegians : NSA
44. Little Oliver Twist, e.g. : ORPHAN
46. Red dye used in cosmetics : EOSIN
47. Actress Crabtree : LOTTA
48. British navigational aid : DECCA
49. Diamond bearer : LIL
50. Info : DATA
51. Ivan or Nicholas : TSAR
53. Famed tentmaker : OMAR
54. Prohibition : TABU
55. Dry : ARID
56. "Peter Pan" pirate : SMEE
59. Metal holder : ORE
60. Pindar product : ODE

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