New York Times, Thursday, July 20, 1989

Author:Joel D. Lafargue
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 45, Avg Word Len: 4.74, Missing: { J K Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 246 (avg 1.37)
Open Squares: 68, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 8, XRef: 0 Grid has both 90- and 180-degree symmetry.
Joel D. Lafargue has 51 pre-Shortz puzzles and 1 Shortz era puzzle in our database.

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Across Down
1. Horrify : SCARE
6. The old ___ (Ireland) : SOD
9. Implied : TACIT
14. Perón's power base : ARGENTINA
16. Berlin's "All ___" : ALONE
17. "Maude" spinoff : GOODTIMES
18. Do the monkey : DANCE
19. Eastern cape : ANN
20. Brian of the Talking Heads : ENO
21. Scale extreme : TEN
22. French marshal : NEY
23. Goes tearing along? : RENDS
26. Valleys : GLENS
28. Eng. course : LIT
29. Carry on : RANT
30. Quantico fig. : PFC
33. Excuuuse him for doing "Roxanne" : STEVEMARTIN
37. Pay or plug ender : OLA
38. Joker : WAG
39. Soak flax : RET
40. Result of a ribbing? : EVE
41. "Bonanza" actor : LORNEGREENE
44. Member of the P.D. : DET
45. Siouan : OTOE
46. Backward poem from Tokyo? : EDO
47. Bracelet's bailiwick : WRIST
48. Tartu natives : ESTHS
51. Balls of fire? : BBS
54. Gilligan's home: Abbr. : ISL
55. "___ Send Me," Sam Cooke hit in 1957 : YOU
56. Louis, par exemple : ROI
57. ___ apso, Tibetan canine : LHASA
60. Plead persistently : IMPORTUNE
63. "Hard ___," 1955 song : TOGET
64. On a seesaw : TEETERING
65. ABBA member : SWEDE
66. Rds.' kin : STS
67. Punjabi princess : RANEE
1. "Cosmos" host : SAGAN
2. Hag : CRONE
3. Defeated one's feeling? : AGONY
4. Part of ROY G. BIV : RED
5. Key on P.C. keyboards : ENTER
6. Stowe baddie : SIMONLEGREE
7. Half of eleven? : ONE
8. "___ Kapital" : DAS
9. A son of Lincoln : TAD
10. ___ Dag, Turkish mountain : ALA
11. Happy : CONTENTED
12. Carrot on a stick, e.g. : INCENTIVE
13. High-school students : TEENS
15. Part of a harrow : TINE
24. Cato's 504 : DIV
25. Categorizes : STEREOTYPES
26. Grid that sounds terrific : GRATE
27. Household god : LAR
30. Little office seeker : POL
31. Nightclub offering : FLOORSHOW
32. Gristle : CARTILAGE
33. Heart leader : SWEET
34. Make someone feel put out? : TAG
35. Boys, later : MEN
36. Court divider : NET
42. Refusals : NOS
43. Norton and Koch : EDS
47. Collapses : WILTS
49. Something an owl gives : HOOT
50. Less doubtful : SURER
51. Bobby Orr was one : BRUIN
52. Gallic housemaid : BONNE
53. Prolonged attack : SIEGE
58. But, to Claudius : SED
59. Downed doughnuts : ATE
60. "___ De-Lovely," 1936 hit : ITS
61. Lincoln Ctr. attraction : MET
62. Refrain syllable : TRA

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