New York Times, Tuesday, August 19, 1986

Author:Albert J. Klaus
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 4.74, Missing: { B Q Z }, Scrabble score: 295 (avg 1.59)
Open Squares: 65, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Spans: 3
Albert J. Klaus has 115 pre-Shortz puzzles and 4 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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© 1986, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Shaves the lawn : MOWS
5. ___ Johnson, 1960 decathlon champ : RAFER
10. Andress film : SHE
13. Eject : EMIT
14. Warehouse : ETAPE
15. Golf scores : PARS
17. Merely : ONLY
18. Greek architectural style : DORIC
19. Charles Lamb : ELIA
20. Face on a $500 bill : WILLIAMMCKINLEY
23. And others: Abbr. : ETC
24. Bone: Comb. form : OST
25. Half or third of a Latin dance : CHA
28. Coed, e.g. : STUDENT
32. Mil. address : APO
35. Jot : IOTA
37. Something unique : ONER
38. Type of berth : LOWER
40. Face on a $1,000 bill : GROVERCLEVELAND
43. Building addition : ANNEX
44. Parasites : LICE
45. Gambling cubes : DICE
46. Dakota Indian : REE
47. Haymarket building : THEATRE
50. Threefold: Comb. form : TER
51. Jackie's second husband : ARI
52. Participial ending : ING
54. Face on a $2 bill : THOMASJEFFERSON
63. Rabbit's kin : HARE
64. Biblical mount : SINAI
65. First-rate : AONE
66. Verve : ELAN
67. Draw forth : EVOKE
68. Kooks : NUTS
69. Bx. trains : ELS
70. Marry again : REWED
71. Horse's gait : TROT
1. Garfield's sound : MEOW
2. Atlanta arena : OMNI
3. Determination : WILL
4. Manner : STYLE
5. Editor : REDACTOR
6. Tiny particle : ATOM
7. Crop-raising land : FARM
8. "Iliad," e.g. : EPIC
9. Estimate : RECKON
10. Exhausted : SPENT
11. Corridor : HALL
12. Canal or lake : ERIE
16. Utter : SAY
21. "___ a warm wind . . . ": Masefield : ITS
22. Basket fiber : ISTLE
25. Stogie or cheroot : CIGAR
26. Lena or Marilyn : HORNE
27. Make amends : ATONE
29. "___ Tom's Cabin" : UNCLE
30. Author Ephron : DELIA
31. Construct : ERECT
32. Expect : AWAIT
33. Coppers for Copperfield : PENCE
34. Command : ORDER
36. Caesar's "Hail!" : AVE
39. Aged : OLD
41. More : EXTRA
42. Substantiated : VERIFIED
48. One who expresses contempt : HISSER
49. Mecca-to-Karachi dir. : ENE
51. Prayer endings : AMENS
53. Face on a $50 bill : GRANT
54. Tea, in Tours : THE
55. Healthy : HALE
56. Spoken : ORAL
57. Swing music : JIVE
58. Sufficient, to FitzGerald : ENOW
59. Not real : FAKE
60. Tart : SOUR
61. West Pointers' "___ the fray" : ONTO
62. Cozy place : NEST

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