Cathy Allis
Cathy Allis 

New York Times, Saturday, July 10, 1993

Author:Cathy Allis
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 42, Avg Word Len: 4.69, Missing: { B F J Q V Z }, Scrabble score: 287 (avg 1.57)
Open Squares: 63, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 4, XRef: 0
Cathy Allis has 4 pre-Shortz puzzles and 84 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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© 1993, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Opening : SLOT
5. Bit of Burnett : SKIT
9. Rooster for roasting : CAPON
14. One of rock's Dees : KIKI
15. Money in Quezon City : PESO
16. "Gate City of the West" : OMAHA
17. Net : EARN
18. Dash : ELAN
19. Well-known tapes owner : NIXON
20. Parts of Santa's elves training? : WRAPSESSIONS
23. Ray of films : ALDO
24. Prompt : CUE
25. Number for the show : TWO
28. Buckeye, e.g. : CANOE
30. Grouper group : SCHOOL
32. Follower of Dan. : HOS
33. Early aerial moves? : WRIGHTTURNS
37. Lamb cover-up : ELIA
39. Batman and Robin : DUO
40. Dole out : METE
41. Broken washing-machine part? : DEADWRINGER
46. Guidry or Darling : RON
47. Seaport in Scotland : DUNDEE
48. Third little pig? : MASON
50. Jack or jenny : ASS
51. Coin collectors' org. : ANA
53. Tilt : LIST
54. Extort undisturbed? : WRESTINPEACE
59. Copy, briefly : REPRO
62. Candy on a tree : CANE
63. Fast one : PLOY
64. It's bid at Orly : ADIEU
65. The yoke's on them : OXEN
66. Fountain name : PETE
67. Ridicule : TAUNT
68. Use henna : TINT
69. Crosses out : EXES
1. Distort : SKEW
2. Mythomaniac : LIAR
3. Gumbo ingredient : OKRA
4. Alley or cookware : TINPAN
5. Radar target : SPEEDER
6. Burgh on the Tweed : KELSO
7. "Beauty ___ beauty does" : ISAS
8. Gin partner : TONIC
9. Associate : CONNECT
10. "Lucky Jim" author : AMIS
11. "___ vobiscum" : PAX
12. "I told you so!" : OHO
13. A Bobbsey twin : NAN
21. Gradual : SLOW
22. Bounce : OUST
25. Bullring bigwig : TORERO
26. Egg-drop alternative : WONTON
27. Comedian Ole ___ : OLSEN
28. Showy houseplant : COLEUS
29. Some Indians : ASIANS
31. Motor sound : HUM
32. Ibsen's "___ Gabler" : HEDDA
34. Edie homophone : IDI
35. M-1, e.g. : GUN
36. Tamworth or Hampshire : HOG
38. Do sum thing? : ADD
42. Fatigue : WEAROUT
43. Actor Auberjonois : RENE
44. Noted : EMINENT
45. Grate : RASP
49. Plain to see in Russia : STEPPE
52. Cravat cousin : ASCOT
53. Kind of closet : LINEN
54. Br. navy member : WREN
55. Hack : TAXI
56. TV's Trebek : ALEX
57. Sheep shed : COTE
58. Spuds' buds : EYES
59. Hamelin casualty : RAT
60. Write LeSha : EDA
61. More, in music : PIU

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