New York Times, Saturday, September 10, 1983

Author:S. E. Wilkinson
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.85, Missing: { X Z }, Scrabble score: 322 (avg 1.70)
Open Squares: 69, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 7, XRef: 0
S. E. Wilkinson has 16 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.

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© 1983, The New York Times
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1. Elizabeth or Charles : CAPE
5. Miner's stake : CLAIM
10. Truant type, for short : AWOL
14. Buck heroine : OLAN
15. "___ Lessways": Bennett : HILDA
16. Hindu god : SIVA
17. Large sailing ship : WINDJAMMER
19. Irate fit : SNIT
20. Math abbr. : LCD
21. Space monkey : ENOS
22. A Nobelist for Peace: 1927 : QUIDDE
24. Tar's asset : SEALEGS
26. Corpulent : PUDGY
27. Pongid : APE
28. Wholesome : CLEANCUT
31. ___ out (reprimand) : BAWL
34. Dickensian dish : GRUEL
35. A daughter of Cadmus : INO
36. Crook's ruse : ALIAS
38. Beat it : LAM
39. Follower of Low or Vulgar : LATIN
41. "Lady Windermere's ___": Wilde : FAN
42. "Riding on ___ . . . " : APONY
44. Protagonist in "God's Little Acre" : TYTY
45. Cole entertainers : FIDDLERS
47. Speed unit : GAL
49. Actor Noah : BEERY
50. Indonesian island : CELEBES
54. Cousin of kielbasa : SALAMI
56. Singers Armen and Starr : KAYS
57. Bit for Fido : ORT
58. A son of Gad : AROD
59. Wouk work, with "The" : WINDSOFWAR
62. "Eye of ___": Shak. : NEWT
63. Graian Alps river : ISERE
64. Whale : CETE
65. Nigerian city : KANO
66. Actress Garson : GREER
67. Disagreeable chow : CROW
1. Cenobites' habiliments : COWLS
2. Hatter's guest : ALICE
3. Ling-Ling is one : PANDA
4. Last straw : END
5. Transfigure : CHANGE
6. V.I.P.'s vehicles : LIMOS
7. Dole : ALMS
8. European carp : IDE
9. Theater awning : MARQUEE
10. Give out, as a task : ASSIGN
11. Chicago : WINDYCITY
12. "Heroides" author : OVID
13. Better than never : LATE
18. General Purpose Car : JEEP
23. Ariz. politician : UDALL
25. Refrain syllables : LALA
26. Like a boa : PLUMY
28. British herring measures : CRANS
29. Monad : UNIT
30. Certain award : TONY
31. Golf stroke : BAFF
32. "Merry" in a game name : ALAI
33. Like some hair styles : WINDBLOWN
34. Halo : GLORY
37. Scene of hysteria: 1692 : SALEM
40. Tamarisk tree : ATLE
43. Washington wore one : PERIWIG
46. ___ rights (red-handed) : DEADTO
47. Phenomenon at Yellowstone : GEYSER
48. "___ sprach Zarathustra" : ALSO
50. Nucleus of sorts : CADRE
51. High card, in euchre : BOWER
52. One of the Nereids : ERATO
53. Disperse : STREW
54. Foundered : SANK
55. Precinct : AREA
56. Genu : KNEE
60. Rep. since 1948 : ISR
61. Agcy. controlling TV : FCC

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