New York Times, Saturday, June 4, 1983

Author: Dale O. Burgener
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 37, Avg Word Len: 4.82, Missing: { F J Q W X }, Scrabble score: 274 (avg 1.46)
Open Squares: 68, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 3, XRef: 0
Dale O. Burgener has 16 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1983, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Dick, Tom or Sam : ROVER
6. Rosary components : AVES
10. Vegetables? : PPPP
14. Similar : ALIKE
15. Carpenter's groovy creation : DADO
16. Freedom from discomfort? : EEEE
17. Actor Bruce : NIGEL
18. Name before Arthur : ALAN
19. Soft touches : PATS
20. Affable Arizona Indian? : GOODYUMAMAN
23. Pig follower : LET
24. Where to put your dough : OVEN
25. Detroit ten : TIGERS
27. Buttercup part : ACHENE
31. Like Elroy Hirsch's legs : CRAZY
33. Jezebel's deity : BAAL
34. Before the mast : ASEA
36. Get up : ARISE
40. Dislodge a jockey : UNHORSE
42. Blow from Aaron's rod : HOMERUN
44. Canadian peninsula : GASPE
45. This never meets West : EAST
47. Sud's opposite: Fr. : NORD
48. Beast akin to a wildebeest : ELAND
50. What expiators make : AMENDS
52. Wretched : SORDID
55. Go overboard : RAVE
57. Watches? : III
58. Funny girls : COMEDIENNES
64. ___ Fitzgerald : ELLA
66. Bombay bigwig : RANA
67. Nick-name : SANTA
68. Change course : VEER
69. Spirited self-assurance : ELAN
70. Heating devices : ETNAS
71. Gaelic : ERSE
72. Manche's seat : STLO
73. What gibberish doesn't make : SENSE
1. Reverberated : RANG
2. Hodgepodge : OLIO
3. Spanish port : VIGO
4. Stretched out : EKED
5. Trust : RELYON
6. Nothin' is like this gal : ADAME
7. Curtain-rod hider : VALANCE
8. Dutch cheese : EDAM
9. Beethoven's "Moonlight ___" : SONATA
10. Cheerleader's asset : PEP
11. G.W. was this man's sitter : PEALE
12. Famous fisherman : PETER
13. Mosquitoes, fleas, etc. : PESTS
21. Layers of irises : UVEAS
22. Turkish soldier : NIZAM
26. Marine : GYRENE
27. " . . . ___ in a rug" : ABUG
28. Miracle site : CANA
29. Cries of surprise : HAHS
30. Became one while on the run : ELOPED
32. Sounds of fans : RAHS
35. Viewed : SEEN
37. Press : IRON
38. Voiceless sound, in phonetics : SURD
39. Terminates : ENDS
41. Souvenir : RELIC
43. Copper town in Namibia : OTAVI
46. Stimulating ire or vim : ADRENAL
49. Idolizes : ADORES
51. Family close to the Reagans : MEESES
52. Wholly holey utensil : SIEVE
53. Houston athlete : OILER
54. Gets one's goat : RILES
56. Hersey town : ADANO
59. Vassar purchase : MALT
60. Archibald of the Celtics : NATE
61. Printers' measures? : NNNN
62. Greek letters : ETAS
63. Correspondence courtesy, for short : SASE
65. One hundred square meters : ARE

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