New York Times, Thursday, June 22, 1989

Author:Walter Covell
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 5.00, Missing: { Q V W Z }, Scrabble score: 282 (avg 1.52)
Open Squares: 76, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 5, XRef: 0
Walter Covell has 33 pre-Shortz puzzles and 1 Shortz era puzzle in our database.

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© 1989, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Argentine grasslands : PAMPAS
7. Raises : UPS
10. Emulate the weasel : POP
13. Familiarize a freshman : ORIENT
14. More puzzling : KNOTTIER
16. Pedro's pocket money : PESETA
17. Kind of light : LITERARY
18. Layabout : LOLLER
19. Medical treatment: Comb. form : IATRY
20. Not windward : ALEE
21. Tiny Tim's invitation : TIPTOE
23. Krazy ___ of comics : KAT
26. Funnyman Foxx : REDD
27. Picardy blossoms : ROSES
28. Canine protest : YIPE
29. Beatles movie : HELP
30. Avenaceous : OATEN
31. Senator Bradley, once : KNICKERBOCKER
36. Author Upton ___ Sinclair : BEALL
37. Maddens : IRKS
38. Where lots play the slots : RENO
39. Obsession : MANIA
41. Like some silk : SPUN
45. Mode preceders : ALA
46. Pidgin English : JARGON
47. ___ Alto : PALO
48. Short narrative : CONTE
49. Verdi opera : OTELLO
51. Lawyer's advance : RETAINER
54. Some Ethiopians : GALLAS
55. Winter pajamas : FLANNELS
56. Declare without proof : ALLEGE
57. Fort ___, N.J. : DIX
58. Scores equaling six pts. each : TDS
59. Fitted together : NESTED
1. Tulip tree : POPLAR
2. Small interstice : AREOLE
3. Deceived : MISLED
4. Took off one's duds : PEELED
5. Sometimes it's a penny : ANTE
6. Long-running TV series : STARTREK
7. An Eastern Christian : UNIATE
8. Small primates : POTTOS
9. Cordwood measure : STERE
10. Actress Zadora : PIA
11. " . . . thy warfare ___": Scott : OER
12. Snoop : PRY
14. Agile African antelopes : KLIPSPRINGERS
15. Render : TRY
22. A daughter of Eurytus : IOLE
23. Elanet : KITE
24. Little, e.g. : APER
25. King beater in pinochle : TEN
28. Tibetan milk source : YAK
29. Initials applying to inflation : HCL
30. Army sch. : OCS
31. Howard of musicals : KEEL
32. Pram pusher : NANA
33. U.N. arm : ILO
34. Vigor : BRIO
35. River or town in Wash. : OKANOGAN
36. Two-cupped item : BRA
39. Provided a crew : MANNED
40. Russian cooperatives : ARTELS
41. Trances : SPELLS
42. Potter's tool : PALLET
43. Result of liquid loss in a cask : ULLAGE
44. Snagged a dogie : NOOSED
46. Knee or elbow : JOINT
48. Preserve, in a way : CAN
50. Hawthorne product : TALE
51. Postal abbr. : RFD
52. Yalie : ELI
53. Source of blues for John Q.'s : TAX

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