New York Times, Thursday, June 28, 1990

Author: Dorothea E. Shipp
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 44, Avg Word Len: 4.89, Missing: { Q V W Z }, Scrabble score: 261 (avg 1.44)
Open Squares: 65, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 7, XRef: 0, Spans: 1
Dorothea E. Shipp has 62 pre-Shortz puzzles and 1 Shortz era puzzle in our database.
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1. Holy Rollers, e.g : SECT
5. "A Man for All Seasons" playwright : BOLT
9. Cheap or top chaser : SIDE
13. ___ Bay, Calif. resort : MORRO
14. Sacred Buddhist mountain : OMEI
15. Circuit : TOUR
16. "___ Me," 1931 song : ALLOF
17. Lessee's payment : RENT
18. Auto pioneer : OLDS
19. Tennis champ-admiral : STEFFIGRAFSPEE
22. "My ___ Eileen" : SISTER
23. Western Hemisphere gp. : OAS
24. Cold cubes in Köln : EIS
26. Manet and Monet : ARTISTS
30. Canzone : ODE
33. Quayle and Rather : DANS
35. Domical domicile : IGLOO
36. Athlete-matriarch : PETEROSEKENNEDY
40. Brazilian state : AMAPA
41. Appear : SEEM
42. Hospital info : DOA
43. Blues singer Billie : HOLIDAY
45. Ike's initials : DDE
47. She, in Stuttgart : SIE
48. Freedom of access : ENTREE
53. Singer-singing actor : ELTONJOHNRAITT
58. Angle of a branch : AXIL
59. Facility : EASE
60. Debate : ARGUE
61. Ready for anything : GAME
62. Jewish month : ADAR
63. Merchandise : GOODS
64. City in Iowa : AMES
65. Lacking in moisture : SERE
66. French infinitive : ETRE
1. Conductor Sir Georg ___ : SOLTI
2. Perry's creator et al. : ERLES
3. Small British farm : CROFT
4. Butterscotch : TOFFEE
5. Former tennis star : BORG
6. Hebrew measure : OMER
7. Chanteuse Horne : LENA
8. ___ tat : TITFOR
9. Octagonal warning : STOPSIGN
10. A daughter of Eurytus : IOLE
11. Kind of ranch : DUDE
12. Bitter vetch : ERS
13. Concentrate : MASS
20. Rainbow: Comb. form : IRIDO
21. Evening-gown material : SATIN
25. Pert : SASSY
26. Wanted an answer : ASKED
27. Pung : SLED
28. Brouhaha : TODO
29. Oil-rich bean : SOYA
30. Brilliantly colored fish : OPAH
31. Submission to a record co. : DEMO
32. Inclusive words : ETAL
34. Society-notice word : NEE
37. New Testament books : EPISTLES
38. Medium for Winchell : RADIO
39. German port : EMDEN
44. Traveling Trojan : AENEAS
46. Infuriate : ENRAGE
49. Fortuneteller's card : TAROT
50. Hardship : RIGOR
51. Chopin work : ETUDE
52. Vous ___ : ETES
53. Prof's concoction : EXAM
54. Daiquiri juice : LIME
55. Tire : JADE
56. To dare: Sp. : OSAR
57. On this earth : HERE
58. ___ Khan : AGA

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