New York Times, Tuesday, June 8, 1982

Author:William E. Heinemann
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 42, Avg Word Len: 4.82, Missing: { F J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 269 (avg 1.47)
Open Squares: 71, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 11, XRef: 0, Spans: 2
William E. Heinemann has 20 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.

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© 1982, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Catch sight of : SPOT
5. Gather in a bouncing ball : SCOOP
10. ___ one by (throw a fast strike) : BLOW
14. Tear's associate : WEAR
15. Nobel Prize physicist: 1945 : PAULI
16. N.J. city : LODI
17. Concerning : ASTO
18. Accountant's word : ASSET
19. Goddess of discord : ERIS
20. Tinker ___ : TOEVERSTOCHANCE
23. Kind of preview : SNEAK
24. Barfly's sound : HIC
25. His pitches travel over 90 m.p.h. : RYAN
28. "Do unto ___ . . . " : OTHERS
32. Catches flies : SHAGS
36. Supertanker Nissei ___ : MARU
38. American Indian : ERIE
39. Decant : POUR
40. Golfer's piece of turf : DIVOT
41. Competition for a pennant : RACE
42. River in Italy : ARNO
43. Bauxite and galena : ORES
44. Ruhr city : ESSEN
45. Subject of Voyager II photos : SATURN
47. Lew ___, memorable comic : LEHR
49. Buff : NUT
50. Writer Jong : ERICA
54. Popular song of 1889 : SLIDEKELLYSLIDE
61. What some campers acquire : LORE
62. Water nymph : NAIAD
63. "The ___ Horse" (Lou Gehrig) : IRON
64. Declare : AVER
65. Ancient Roman port : OSTIA
66. Height: Comb. form : ACRO
67. Army chow : MESS
68. Like neglected lawns : WEEDY
69. Cub Scout groups : DENS
1. "Sultanate" of Babe Ruth : SWAT
2. Mexican coins : PESOS
3. Like a popular porridge : OATEN
4. Treasure ___ : TROVE
5. Anderson or Lyle : SPARKY
6. Actress Peggy : CASS
7. Eject : OUST
8. Bread spread : OLEO
9. Strategy with a man on base : PITCHOUT
10. Where fans get tans : BLEACHERS
11. Forsaken : LORN
12. Like some poems : ODIC
13. Pitcher Rick : WISE
21. Corn spikes : EARS
22. A single is one : HIT
26. Moslem prince : AMIR
27. Orange variety : NAVEL
29. Pitching data: Abbr. : ERAS
30. Boston's Jim : RICE
31. Homophone for scene : SEEN
32. Bath and Bex : SPAS
33. Rumanian dance : HORA
34. Relative for Charley : AUNT
35. Some batted balls : GROUNDERS
37. Phillies' Pete : ROSE
40. I ___ (third baseman in Abbott-Costello skit) : DONTKNOW
44. Bobbles the ball : ERRS
46. Repent : RUE
48. Prime : HEYDAY
51. Homeric epic : ILIAD
52. Siren : CIRCE
53. Decorate : ADORN
54. Grand ___ (bases-full home run) : SLAM
55. One of "Three Little Words" : LOVE
56. Angers : IRES
57. K. Coyle's "Immortal ___" : EASE
58. Mineral suffix : LITE
59. ___ away (saved) : LAID
60. Slaughter or Cabell : ENOS

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