New York Times, Monday, July 18, 1983

Author:Albert J. Klaus
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.79, Missing: { J Q V X Z }, Scrabble score: 265 (avg 1.42)
Open Squares: 63, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 7, XRef: 0
Albert J. Klaus has 115 pre-Shortz puzzles and 4 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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© 1983, The New York Times
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1. Towel word : HERS
5. Pace : STEP
9. Pie-in-the-face comic Sales : SOUPY
14. Help a felon : ABET
15. Without, in Berlin : OHNE
16. Black tea : PEKOE
17. Drink to excess : TOPE
18. Without a chaser : NEAT
19. Sec. of the Interior: 1961–69 : UDALL
20. Eponymous ancestor of the Greeks : HELLEN
22. Stick-of-gum coin, once : CENT
24. Mineo or Maglie : SAL
25. She plays Gloria on TV : SALLYSTRUTHERS
28. Brazilian dance : SAMBA
29. Golf-ball holder : TEE
30. Kelep, e.g. : ANT
32. What "Mac" means : SONOF
35. Word after X : RATED
39. Sense : FEEL
41. Affirmatives : YESES
43. Theater seat : LOGE
44. Suitable for singing : LYRIC
46. Rent anew : RELET
48. Sound heard from the herd : LOW
49. West or Murray : MAE
51. Summa cum ___ : LAUDE
53. She made her film debut in "Picnic": 1955 : SUSANSTRASBERG
59. Claire or Hutton : INA
60. " . . . I eat what ___!": Carroll : ISEE
61. Sault Ste. Marie ___ : CANALS
63. Simple or Simone : SIMON
65. Actress Hayworth : RITA
67. Cinch : SNAP
68. Reserve : STORE
69. Sassy lass : SNIP
70. Neutral color : ECRU
71. Marianne Moore's "What Are ___?" : YEARS
72. Famed Italian patron of the arts : ESTE
73. Clarinet, e.g. : REED
1. "For unto everyone that ___ . . . ": Matt. 25:29 : HATH
2. C.A. trees : EBOES
3. Fix up old walls : REPLASTER
4. Actress Stevens : STELLA
5. Jolson sang this song : SONNYBOY
6. Article : THE
7. Pass a law : ENACT
8. Nero or Marshall : PETER
9. Speak hastily : SPUTTER
10. Brit. lexicon : OED
11. Decree : UKASE
12. Kind of route for jets : POLAR
13. Screams : YELLS
21. Shade trees : ELMS
23. Almond or cashew : NUT
26. More logical : SANER
27. Get better : HEAL
30. Labor org. : AFL
31. French marshal : NEY
33. Suffix with malt : OSE
34. Berlin's "A ___ with an Umbrella" : FELLA
36. Freedom from bigotry : TOLERANCE
37. Personality : EGO
38. Morning moisture : DEW
40. Capital of Peru : LIMA
42. Typical Marin painting : SEASCAPE
45. Jackals, e.g. : CANINES
47. Big horn : TUBA
50. Curved letter : ESS
52. Not so sparse : DENSER
53. Actress Spacek : SISSY
54. Wed : UNITE
55. Navigators' Islands, today : SAMOA
56. Cryptic : TERSE
57. Checks : REINS
58. Angry look : GLARE
62. Garden tool : SPUD
64. Hockey great : ORR
66. ___ for tat : TIT

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