New York Times, Saturday, August 5, 1989

Author:Daniel Girardi
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 41, Avg Word Len: 5.11, Missing: { F J K Q X Y }, Scrabble score: 243 (avg 1.32)
Open Squares: 82, Cheaters: 12, FITB: 5, XRef: 1
Daniel Girardi has 36 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.

1
H
2
O
3
R
4
A
5
T
6
I
7
O
8
P
9
O
10
P
11
A
12
R
13
T
14
E
L
E
V
A
T
E
15
R
E
A
L
I
Z
16
E
17
R
E
C
E
D
E
D
18
A
R
T
I
S
A
N
19
B
O
A
R
S
20
E
21
E
L
22
A
M
O
R
T
23
A
O
L
24
O
M
N
I
25
S
T
I
R
26
G
I
L
27
S
L
A
I
N
28
T
S
E
29
E
L
S
30
E
N
E
31
M
E
32
L
33
I
34
L
O
T
35
R
E
A
36
O
O
O
37
T
38
E
R
E
N
39
C
40
E
41
C
U
T
42
T
43
E
44
R
45
W
E
S
46
O
R
47
C
U
S
48
E
L
A
49
O
R
C
50
A
51
M
I
O
S
52
L
E
M
53
A
M
A
T
54
I
55
P
A
S
56
O
57
S
A
G
E
58
D
I
P
L
O
59
M
A
60
S
61
A
L
A
M
I
S
62
S
T
E
A
L
E
R
63
E
R
I
N
O
S
E
64
E
S
S
E
N
E
65
T
E
N
A
N
T
S
© 1989, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Captain Hornblower : HORATIO
8. Painting genre : POPART
14. Enhance : ELEVATE
15. Gain : REALIZE
17. Shrank : RECEDED
18. Paul Revere, for one : ARTISAN
19. Pigs' kin : BOARS
20. Sniggle : EEL
22. Lifeless, to Shakespeare : AMORT
23. Truant G.I. : AOL
24. Hawks' arena : OMNI
25. Big house : STIR
26. McDougald of baseball : GIL
27. Fallen : SLAIN
28. Lao-___, Chinese philosopher : TSE
29. Ixelles, to the Flemish : ELSENE
31. Sweet clover : MELILOT
35. Pacific herb : REA
36. A tic-tac-toe winner : OOO
37. Roman comedic writer : TERENCE
41. Garment worker : CUTTER
45. Miler Santee : WES
46. Roman god of the underworld : ORCUS
48. High note : ELA
49. Richard Harris movie: 1977 : ORCA
51. Family of an N.H.L. goalie : MIOS
52. Author of "One Human Minute" : LEM
53. Stradivari's teacher : AMATI
55. Not, in Nice : PAS
56. ___ orange (bowwood) : OSAGE
58. Student's quest : DIPLOMA
60. Where 42 Down ruled : SALAMIS
62. Word with base or scene : STEALER
63. Grapevine disease : ERINOSE
64. Ancient ascetic : ESSENE
65. Certain farmers : TENANTS
1. Pasture : HERBAGE
2. Beef-fat by-product : OLEOOIL
3. Detroit headaches : RECALLS
4. Declare : AVER
5. Wee portions : TADS
6. Brooklyn follower : ITE
7. Dropsy, today : OEDEMA
8. Nuts and syrup concoction : PRALINE
9. Neath's opposite : OER
10. ___-cake (child's game) : PATA
11. Muslims learned in religious matters : ALIMS
12. Rice dish : RISOTTO
13. Godunov adherent: Var. : TZARIST
16. ___ nous : ENTRE
21. Certainly, to Cato : ENIM
24. City on the Allegheny : OLEAN
27. Old dirk : SNEE
30. Foul up : ERR
32. Place : LOCUS
33. Debts : IOUS
34. River in S France : LOT
37. Home wrecker? : TERMITE
38. Breaks out : ESCAPES
39. Sicilian godfather : COMPARE
40. Silkworm : ERIA
42. Father of Ajax : TELAMON
43. Gray was one : ELEGIST
44. Egyptian king : RAMESES
45. Blue-dye plants : WOADS
47. Baby : COSSET
50. U.S. missile : ATLAS
54. Hercules's captive : IOLE
56. Light heavyweight champ: 1934-35 : OLIN
57. A Yemeni capital : SANA
59. " . . . to become fishers of ___": Mark 1:17 : MEN
61. Metric land measure : ARE

Found bugs or have suggestions?