New York Times, Friday, July 7, 1989

Author:Joel D. Lafargue
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 5.00, Missing: { K Q V }, Scrabble score: 305 (avg 1.65)
Open Squares: 73, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 5, XRef: 0, Spans: 1
Joel D. Lafargue has 51 pre-Shortz puzzles and 1 Shortz era puzzle in our database.

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Across Down
1. Bugged homes? : WEBS
5. Clobber, but good : WHOMP
10. Work in a bakery and goof off? : LOAF
14. " . . . maids all in ___" : AROW
15. A famous Murphy : AUDIE
16. ___-podrida : OLLA
17. Order for Gridley : FIRE
18. Phone leader : GRAMO
19. Look of lust : LEER
20. Do gardening like a shepherd? : TENDTOTHEPHLOX
23. Frost-y night? : EEN
24. Caesar's deck? : LII
25. Pitcher Goose and kin : GOSSAGES
30. N.H. town : EPPING
34. Middle Ages shield : ECU
35. "___ boy!" : ATTA
37. Pivotal : POLAR
38. Blooming work by Brecht and Weill? : THREEPEONYOPERA
42. Of a region : AREAL
43. Mario of pitching fame : SOTO
44. Beatty or Buntline : NED
45. Holy kid? : TERROR
47. Perry Mason's talk, maybe : LEGALESE
50. Something found in the sky : PIE
51. Nest egg, after 65: Abbr. : IRA
52. Flowery furrier? : JOHNJACOBASTER
60. Karate's cousin : JUDO
61. Cut wedding costs : ELOPE
62. Like some L.A. days : HAZY
63. Aware of : INON
64. Eyelashes : CILIA
65. Lamb who had a Mary : ELIA
66. Source of "ear-itation" : BORE
67. His work may be on the square : TILER
68. "Runaround Sue" singer : DION
1. Float gently : WAFT
2. Part of HOMES : ERIE
3. Adamson's "___ Free" : BORN
4. ABBA members : SWEDES
5. "The Wistful Widow of ___," Abbott and Costello film : WAGONGAP
6. Offend : HURT
7. Turkish chamber : ODAH
8. Perfect person for silent movies : MIME
9. Streisand hit : PEOPLE
10. It takes a licking : LOLLIPOP
11. Shopping-list item : OLEO
12. Game-show host Trebek : ALEX
13. A long way from home : FAR
21. It's in the bag : TEA
22. "Small" river horse? : HIPPO
25. Reach : GETAT
26. Dark yellow : OCHRE
27. Less doubtful : SURER
28. Hot times for Jacques : ETES
29. Pigeon perch? : STOOL
31. Actress Graff : ILENE
32. Nostrils : NARES
33. What some can't make : GRADE
36. Pot starter : ANTE
39. Pocket-radio device : EARPHONE
40. Remove legally : ELOIN
41. Fictional picnic crasher : YOGIBEAR
46. Turn down : REJECT
48. First name of coaching fame : ARA
49. Scolded severely : LASHED
52. A Normandy beach : JUNO
53. Bakery by-product : ODOR
54. Polynesian chief : ALII
55. Univ.'s kin : COLL
56. Ron Howard's early TV role : OPIE
57. Anklebones : TALI
58. Pinza : EZIO
59. Tatum's father : RYAN
60. Triangular sail : JIB

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