New York Times, Friday, September 2, 1988

Author:Gloria Evans
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.92, Missing: { F J Q W Y }, Scrabble score: 291 (avg 1.56)
Open Squares: 73, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Spans: 3
Gloria Evans has 8 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.

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© 1988, The New York Times
Across Down
1. ___ Alaska : BAKED
6. Freeway access : RAMP
10. Give off : EMIT
14. Betel palm : ARECA
15. Pseudonymous essayist : ELIA
16. Yakutsk's river : LENA
17. Flapjack topper : SIRUP
18. Balliol fellows : DONS
19. Circle parts : ARCS
20. Poet pummels the keys : EZRAPOUNDSITOUT
23. Sumptuousness : LUXE
24. Belong intrinsically : INHERE
25. Take place : HAPPEN
29. Danish administrative division : AMT
30. Pot for a paella : OLLA
31. "Mildred Pierce" author : CAIN
34. Monastic garb : HABIT
39. Jazzman receives walking papers : STANGETZTHEGATE
42. Jay Silverheels role : TONTO
43. Injured, in a French phrase : LESE
44. Eucharist, e.g. : RITE
45. CIV ÷ II : LII
47. Authurian paradise : AVALON
49. Difficult and loathsome : AUGEAN
53. Winfield or Brubeck : DAVE
55. Actress stops further action : GLENNCLOSESDOOR
61. Hawaiian goose : NENE
62. Poet Auden's middle name : HUGH
63. Characteristic pace : TEMPO
64. Abu Dhabi bigwig : EMIR
65. Theater award : OBIE
66. A k a : ALIAS
67. Me. river : SACO
68. At no time, poetically : NEER
69. River of oblivion : LETHE
1. Kind of pay or path : BASE
2. Neighbor of Nev. : ARIZ
3. "Mary, Mary" playwright : KERR
4. Galápagos Isls.' owner : ECUA
5. Mark with spots : DAPPLE
6. Like "Rabbit" in an Updike title : REDUX
7. Unaccompanied : ALONE
8. Obey : MIND
9. Here and there: Lat. : PASSIM
10. Gulf of Aqaba seaport : ELATH
11. Ancient Ethiopian capital : MEROE
12. Bring upon oneself : INCUR
13. Discernment : TASTE
21. Snow leopard : OUNCE
22. "___ Good Old Summertime" : INTHE
25. Multitude : HOST
26. Kind of tenor : ALTO
27. Scheme : PLAN
28. Fight for breath : PANT
29. Formicary dwellers : ANTS
32. King of the Huns : ATLI
33. Ending for magnet or maxim : IZE
35. Uttar Pradesh city : AGRA
36. Kettle handle : BAIL
37. "Tell ___ the Marines!" : ITTO
38. Carl Ed comic character : TEEN
40. ___ Heights, strategic Midwest region : GOLAN
41. Throw forcibly : HEAVE
46. Korean port : INCHON
48. Chaste : VESTAL
49. Choreographer De Mille : AGNES
50. Moslem learned men : ULEMA
51. Photo finisher : GENIC
52. Jalisco January : ENERO
53. Motherless calf : DOGIE
54. A tribe of Israel : ASHER
56. Type of oil, for short : LUBE
57. Stet's antonym : DELE
58. Leave out : OMIT
59. Brilliant ocean fish : OPAH
60. York or Lancaster symbol : ROSE

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