New York Times, Thursday, June 3, 1982

Author:C. J. Angio
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 39, Avg Word Len: 4.89, Missing: { F J K Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 266 (avg 1.43)
Open Squares: 68, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 10, XRef: 3
C. J. Angio has 93 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.

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© 1982, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Snipe's habitat : MARSH
6. Prolific auth. : ANON
10. Painter ___-Tadema : ALMA
14. Instrument for Stern : AMATI
15. Third word of "The Aeneid" : CANO
16. Casbah sight : VEIL
17. Attila, for one : PAGAN
18. The Yankees often in the 20's : CHAMPIONS
20. Journey for Juvenal : ITER
22. Most miffed : SOREST
23. Clouting quartet in Yankee annals : MURDERERSROW
27. Exist : ARE
28. Cheerful songs : DITTIES
29. Lawyers' org. : ABA
32. Soft leather : NAPA
34. So-so grades : CEES
35. Del of baseball fame : ENNIS
37. Roper dope : TREND
39. Do a double take : REACT
40. Wild grapevine : LIANE
41. Pine fruit : CONE
45. Purim month : ADAR
46. "Jacta alea ___!" : EST
47. "Il Trovatore" heroine : LEONORA
50. Leandro's amorosa : ERO
51. Duo in 23 Across : RUTHANDCOMBS
53. On that account : THENCE
55. Picnic spread : EATS
56. Member of 23 Across : LOUGEHRIG
58. "___ like Water . . . ": FitzGerald : ICAME
62. Actress Swenson : INGA
63. Saarinen : EERO
64. Cranial nerve : VAGUS
65. Founder of Mount Holyoke College : LYON
66. Outlawed insecticides : DDTS
67. What waves do to shores : ERODE
1. Chart : MAP
2. Ceremonial cup : AMA
3. Tatter : RAG
4. Far from flighty : STAID
5. Intimated : HINTED
6. Grow together : ACCRETE
7. Yeah's antithesis : NAH
8. Big name in shipping : ONASSIS
9. Ruark's "Poor ___" : NOMORE
10. Miller's "___ from the Bridge" : AVIEW
11. Delibes and Durocher : LEOS
12. Basil, e.g. : MINT
13. Simmons and Kaline : ALS
19. Tedious talker : PROSER
21. Skater Heiden : ERIC
23. Famed Yankee slugger : MANTLE
24. Arrow poisons : URARIS
25. "___ after me . . . " : REPEAT
26. 1 is one : RTE
29. Garland, to Goldsmith : ANADEM
30. Tummy settler : BICARB
31. Nine in Texas : ASTROS
33. Abe's first love : ANN
36. Org. supporting opera, etc. : NEA
38. Debussy's "Clair ___" : DELUNE
41. Stuck together : COHERED
42. Stop ___ dime : ONA
43. External worlds, in metaphysics : NONEGOS
44. Wagnerian earth goddess : ERDA
48. Emulated Dürer : ETCHED
49. Up and doing : ACTIVE
51. Reagan appointee : REGAN
52. Gamble Yankees took in 1980 : OSCAR
53. ___ Lazzeri, member of 23 Across : TONY
54. Bandleader Winterhalter : HUGO
56. "Diamond ___" : LIL
57. N.Y.C. subway : IRT
59. Past : AGO
60. Goner's name : MUD
61. Compass pt. : ESE

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