New York Times, Tuesday, July 31, 1984

Author:Joel D. Lafargue
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.92, Missing: { J Q V X }, Scrabble score: 280 (avg 1.50)
Open Squares: 71, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 7, XRef: 0, Spans: 1
Joel D. Lafargue has 51 pre-Shortz puzzles and 1 Shortz era puzzle in our database.

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© 1984, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Roberts the revivalist : ORAL
5. Haywire : AWRY
9. Hockey sportscaster's cry : SCORE
14. Corrida combatant : TORO
15. "Am-scray!" : SHOO
16. Secretes : HIDES
17. Caesar's way : ITER
18. Wine container : CASK
19. Regret one's sins : ATONE
20. Its setting was the '24 Olympics : CHARIOTSOFFIRE
23. Tiny party crashers : ANTS
24. Broke a fast : ATE
25. Forgetful : REMISS
28. Cyclotron particle : ION
30. Traveled like Spitz : SWAM
34. Hole-___ : INONE
35. Knocked ___ cocked hat (ruined) : INTOA
37. Spanish treasure : ORO
38. Newman-McQueen film, with "The" : TOWERINGINFERNO
41. Tavern request : ALE
42. The Musketeers et al. : TRIOS
43. Did a welder's job : FUSED
44. Famous puppeteer : SARG
46. Part of D.A. : ATT
47. Terribly : SORELY
48. Emulated Coe : RAN
50. Conservative : TORY
51. Mel Brooks classic : BLAZINGSADDLES
58. Root from Clinton, N.Y. : ELIHU
59. Sandarac tree : ARAR
60. Hoover called it home : IOWA
61. Col. Potter's ex-clerk : RADAR
62. Faction : SIDE
63. Kadiddlehopper : CLEM
64. "Oh, give me ___ . . . " : AHOME
65. Imitated : APED
66. Famed Western lawman : EARP
1. Of the ear : OTIC
2. "Our Gang" author : ROTH
3. Vicinity : AREA
4. Quiche ___ (a pie) : LORRAINE
5. Fashionable neckpieces : ASCOTS
6. "___ My Line" : WHATS
7. Early seamstress : ROSS
8. Beatle John's widow : YOKO
9. Dart part : SHAFT
10. Eugene and Gary : CITIES
11. Redolence : ODOR
12. Descartes : RENE
13. Ethnic suffix : ESE
21. Magazine supplement : INSERT
22. Papal cape : FANON
25. Coolidge and Moreno : RITAS
26. ___ Gay : ENOLA
27. Lawn-care device : MOWER
28. Fort Knox block : INGOT
29. Colleague of Sam Adams : OTIS
31. Less acceptable : WORSE
32. Synthetic material : ARNEL
33. Temperamental : MOODY
35. "What's __ for me?" : INIT
36. Bear the cost : AFFORD
39. He comes from Qum : IRANI
40. Beloved of Orpheus : EURYDICE
45. He wrote "My Answer" : GRAHAM
47. Skyrocketed : SOARED
49. Shade of blue : AZURE
50. Koph preceder : TSADE
51. The pits : BLAH
52. Resort on the Adriatic : LIDO
53. Abbr. at Houston : NASA
54. Figure on the set : GRIP
55. "Damn Yankees" role : LOLA
56. Vessel with a wide mouth : EWER
57. Coarse hominy : SAMP
58. Stat. for Steve Carlton : ERA

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