New York Times, Friday, July 17, 1987

Author: Dorothea E. Shipp
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 45, Avg Word Len: 4.74, Missing: { F J Q U X Z }, Scrabble score: 265 (avg 1.47)
Open Squares: 62, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 3, XRef: 0
Dorothea E. Shipp has 62 pre-Shortz puzzles and 1 Shortz era puzzle in our database.
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1. Cable chaser : CAR
4. Relating to the Leos et al. : PAPAL
9. Hebrew lyre : ASOR
13. Summon to court : HALE
14. Nicolo or Geronimo of Cremona : AMATI
15. Certain package : CARE
16. Seed covering : ARIL
17. Whitewashed : LIMED
18. Garbed : CLAD
19. Immersed : STEEPED
21. Playwright-composer Ivor : NOVELLO
23. Beautician's offering : HENNA
24. Pierre's brainwaves : IDEES
25. Baobab or gingko : TREE
28. Sign of authority : MACE
30. Politician Harold : STASSEN
33. Lamp rubber : ALADDIN
37. Ice, in Bremen : EIS
38. Long in the tooth : OLD
39. Beetle : DOR
40. Simple sugar : OSE
41. Property receiver : ALIENEE
43. Lawlessness : ANARCHY
45. Animal fat : LARD
46. Kind of cycle or phone : MEGA
47. He wrote "Danger Is My Business" : CRAIG
50. Suffixes for differ and confer : ENCES
54. Reading desk : LECTERN
57. Chorister's garment : CASSOCK
59. Dissenter : ANTI
60. Wayne type : HEMAN
62. Competent : ABLE
63. Comprehends : SEES
64. Put on cloud nine : ELATE
65. Bird's crop : CRAW
66. Dennis, for one : PEST
67. Let : ALLOW
68. Arabian shrub used for tea : KAT
1. Menu : CARTE
2. Strange : ALIEN
3. Softens : RELENTS
4. Picket : PALE
5. Surrounded by : AMID
6. Shriver of tennis : PAM
7. Egyptian symbol : ATEN
8. Pool on a liner : LIDO
9. Agreed : ACCEDED
10. Hall : SALLE
11. Fanon : ORALE
12. Paint jobs, often : REDOS
13. Jumble : HASH
20. Ecclesiastic's dwelling : PARSONAGE
22. Ecclesiastics' dwellings : VICARAGES
26. Sniggler : EELER
27. Over : ENDED
28. Palindromic title : MADAM
29. Byrd book : ALONE
30. Weddell or Ross : SEA
31. Sesame : TIL
32. "___ was going to . . . " : ASI
34. Ward healer : DOC
35. Suffix with boy or girl : ISH
36. A Wellington foe : NEY
42. Snob of a sort : ELITIST
44. Loot : RANSACK
47. Piece of jewelry : CLASP
48. Actress Taylor : RENEE
49. Parts of French plays : ACTES
51. Venomous snake : COBRA
52. Brilliance : ECLAT
53. Oblique : SKEW
55. Cassowary's relative : RHEA
56. ___ Gwynn : NELL
57. Tragedy by Addison : CATO
58. Once more : ANEW
61. ___ de mer : MAL

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