New York Times, Tuesday, July 23, 1985

Author:Albert J. Klaus
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.79, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 281 (avg 1.50)
Open Squares: 72, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 10, XRef: 0, Spans: 3
Albert J. Klaus has 115 pre-Shortz puzzles and 4 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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© 1985, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Followers of bees : CEES
5. Roll dice : SHOOT
10. Moby Dick's pursuer : AHAB
14. Senator Garn's state : UTAH
15. Capital of Majorca : PALMA
16. Valley : DALE
17. Attract : LURE
18. Persian : IRANI
19. Chester ___ Arthur (No. 21) : ALAN
20. No. 13 : MILLARDFILLMORE
23. Liberate : FREE
24. More! : BIS
25. "Bali ___" : HAI
28. A gland : ADRENAL
31. Cheer : RAH
34. Charm or cash : ASSET
36. N.R.A. member's need : LIC
37. Buddhist church, in Japan : TERA
38. No. 25 : WILLIAMMCKINLEY
42. Dutch cheese : EDAM
43. Prevaricate : LIE
44. Ship of ___ : STATE
45. Ecole ___ Beaux-Arts, Paris : DES
46. Purplish red : OLDROSE
49. Affirmative reply : YES
50. Fruit drink : ADE
51. Type of brandy : MARC
53. No. 22 or 24 : GROVERCLEVELAND
61. Egyptian river : NILE
62. Craftiness : GUILE
63. Love, in Madrid : AMOR
64. In the distance : AFAR
65. ___ sanctum : INNER
66. Network of nerves : RETE
67. Portable shelter : TENT
68. Tilts : CANTS
69. Was aware of : KNEW
1. Grass stem : CULM
2. Needlecase : ETUI
3. James ___ Carter (No. 39) : EARL
4. Ledge : SHELF
5. Extended upward : SPIRED
6. Not so easy : HARDER
7. King of Norway : OLAF
8. Kind of bus : OMNI
9. Football position : TAILBACK
10. No. 2 or 6 : ADAMS
11. Aureola : HALO
12. Having wings : ALAR
13. Well, in Milano : BENE
21. Hindu lamp rite : ARATI
22. Diamond ___ : LIL
25. Hemmed and ___ : HAWED
26. Playwright's ploy : ASIDE
27. Spanish land areas : ISLAS
29. Gantry or Fudd : ELMER
30. Managua is its cap. : NIC
31. Kind of race : RELAY
32. Mountain crest : ARETE
33. No. 19 : HAYES
35. Yale campus tree : ELM
37. Explosive, for short : TNT
39. Averse (to) : ALLERGIC
40. Prefix with East : MID
41. French river : ISERE
46. Sappho creation : ODE
47. Fluffy fare : OMELET
48. Rescuers : SAVERS
50. Turn away : AVERT
52. Herbert ___ Hoover (No. 31) : CLARK
53. Picnic pest : GNAT
54. Abundant : RIFE
55. Pearl Buck heroine : OLAN
56. Panamanian native : CUNA
57. Dancer Bambi ___ : LINN
58. Prayer ending : AMEN
59. Memo : NOTE
60. Sketched : DREW

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