New York Times, Monday, September 30, 1991

Author:Albert J. Klaus
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 4.74, Missing: { F K Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 279 (avg 1.51)
Open Squares: 69, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 4, XRef: 1, Spans: 3
Albert J. Klaus has 115 pre-Shortz puzzles and 4 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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© 1991, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Boxer's thrusts : JABS
5. Rescue : SAVE
9. "Madam, I'm ___" : ADAM
13. Beehive State : UTAH
14. Having rounded projections : LOBED
15. Actor Lugosi : BELA
16. Stet's opposite : DELE
17. Revere : ADORE
18. Verve : ELAN
19. Beatles recording : YELLOWSUBMARINE
22. Closed truck : VAN
23. Melody : AIR
24. Beasts of burden : ASSES
27. Arab's outer garment : ABA
30. Subsequently : LATER
34. Floor covering : MAT
35. Exit : EGRESS
38. Church part : NAVE
39. Beatles recording : PLEASEMRPOSTMAN
42. Secular : LAIC
43. "Desire hath ___": Burton : NOREST
44. Gelderland city : EDE
45. Ferber and Millay : EDNAS
47. Operated : RAN
48. Concur : AGREE
50. Gentle pat : DAB
52. Etnean ejection : ASH
53. Beatles recording : HERECOMESTHESUN
62. Netherlands cheese : EDAM
63. Pace : TEMPO
64. Pitch : TONE
65. Dream, in Arles : REVE
66. Kind of puff or sauce : CREAM
67. Neat : TRIM
68. Singles : ONES
69. Word on a towel : HERS
70. Palindromic emperor : OTTO
1. Garland or Canova : JUDY
2. To ___ (precisely) : ATEE
3. Belle's milieu : BALL
4. Lay aside : SHELVE
5. Does a job on 20 Down : SODS
6. "___ Ben Adhem" (L. Hunt poem) : ABOU
7. Sentence part : VERB
8. Swelling : EDEMA
9. Deviant : ABERRANT
10. Cold-cuts store : DELI
11. King of comedy : ALAN
12. Male lion's locks : MANE
14. Sight in suburbia : LAWN
20. Caravan stopovers : OASES
21. Trouble : AIL
24. Adequate : AMPLE
25. Buffet feature : SALAD
26. Beer mug : STEIN
27. Defensive body covering : ARMOR
28. Yogi of baseball : BERRA
29. Poplar tree : ASPEN
31. Broncobuster : TAMER
32. Dodge : EVADE
33. Actress Taylor : RENEE
36. D.D.E. was one : GEN
37. Distress signal : SOS
40. Scholastic environments : ACADEMES
41. Hide away : STASH
46. Pouch : SAC
49. Urban area populated by a minority group : GHETTO
51. Bungle : BOTCH
52. Monad : ATOM
53. Kind of sandwich : HERO
54. First garden : EDEN
55. Rant's companion : RAVE
56. Adjective for a pittance : MERE
57. Cuchulain's wife : EMER
58. Evian and Baden-Baden : SPAS
59. Classify : SORT
60. Distinct part : UNIT
61. Verne's captain : NEMO

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