New York Times, Saturday, August 14, 1982

Author:Robert Katz
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.97, Missing: { J Q V }, Scrabble score: 291 (avg 1.54)
Open Squares: 73, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 8, XRef: 1, Spans: 3
Robert Katz has 73 pre-Shortz puzzles and 3 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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© 1982, The New York Times
Across Down
1. He took Romulus to heaven : MARS
5. Denizens of the Rockies : PIKAS
10. In the league's cellar : LAST
14. Ludwig or Jannings : EMIL
15. Wind: Comb. form : ANEMO
16. "It ___ laugh": Pinero : ISTO
17. ___-da (highfalutin) : LADI
18. Summer TV program : RERUN
19. Fissure; crack : CHAP
20. Comical trio : THEMARXBROTHERS
23. Question in a children's game : MAYI
24. Hannibal, to Scipio : FOE
25. Paint-plant employee : TONER
28. Check erosion : SOD
31. James Dean role: 1955 : REBEL
35. Vous ___ : ETES
36. Small evergreens : ATLEES
38. Mayan, e.g. : ERA
39. Comical trio : THETHREESTOOGES
42. Glowing : RED
43. "___ Song," John Denver hit : ANNIES
44. Dicer's verb : FADE
45. Indo-European : ARYAN
47. Inquiry sent out at the P.O. re a lost letter : TCR
48. Word with noon or math : AFTER
49. Ballet point : TOE
51. Speaker of a Hall of Fame : TRIS
53. Comical trio : THERITZBROTHERS
61. Fabled snowman : YETI
62. Oriental rug : HERAT
63. "Step ___!" : ONIT
64. Preprandial request : MENU
65. Santa ___ Park : ANITA
66. Where the Tevere flows : ROMA
67. Baby buggy in Bath : PRAM
68. Gallows item : NOOSE
69. Gershwin biographer : EWEN
1. Dissolve : MELT
2. Eastern nurse : AMAH
3. Tease : RIDE
4. Least obese : SLIMMEST
5. Evasive reply : PARRY
6. Like a dodo since 1681 : INEXISTENT
7. London sidewalk part : KERB
8. Sino-Russian river : AMUR
9. Sequel words : SONOF
10. Chinese nut : LICHEE
11. Court name : ASHE
12. What 11 Down was in the 70's : STAR
13. Aces' places : TOPS
21. Thun's stream : AAR
22. Body part : TORSO
25. Tropical fish : TETRA
26. ___ side of the tracks : OTHER
27. Indigent : NEEDY
29. Derived from oil : OLEIC
30. Prospectors : DESERTRATS
32. Sired : BEGAT
33. Noted conductor from Genoa : EREDE
34. ___ beam : LASER
36. Scottish alder : ARN
37. Diminutive suffixes : ETS
40. Southeast Asian capital : HANOI
41. Kind of breeze at Nantucket : OFFSHORE
46. Hall for Nero : ATRIUM
48. River island : AIT
50. Allen or Frome : ETHAN
52. Ben-Hur's wheels : ROTAE
53. Blast-furnace part : TYMP
54. German army : HEER
55. Heater of a sort : ETNA
56. Greek Stoic : ZENO
57. Vivacity : BRIO
58. Enough, to FitzGerald : ENOW
59. Snow crust : RIME
60. Stella's man in "A Streetcar . . . " : STAN

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