It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker. Please consider supporting our site by purchasing an account.

New York Times, Thursday, January 2, 1964

Author: Helen Fasulo
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 37, Avg Word Len: 5.08, Missing: { J X Z }, Scrabble score: 283 (avg 1.51)
Open Squares: 76, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 8
Helen Fasulo has 94 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
1
P
2
A
3
C
4
T
5
S
6
A
7
S
8
H
9
E
10
E
11
T
12
A
13
L
14
A
R
R
O
W
15
M
E
A
L
16
P
O
C
O
17
I
R
E
N
A
18
B
A
L
M
19
A
S
Q
U
E
20
D
A
V
I
S
21
C
U
P
22
R
O
U
T
S
23
A
C
H
E
S
O
24
N
25
S
M
E
E
S
26
L
27
O
S
28
T
H
R
O
29
N
E
30
A
R
S
31
O
32
N
33
T
R
E
N
34
C
35
H
36
E
37
R
38
C
A
E
S
A
39
R
40
E
41
M
E
A
S
U
R
E
42
E
L
D
O
R
A
D
43
O
44
L
O
G
I
C
45
C
Y
G
N
46
E
47
T
48
U
S
K
49
M
50
U
51
F
52
T
I
53
E
T
S
I
54
C
55
D
E
56
O
T
O
E
S
57
H
E
L
L
E
N
58
I
59
C
60
L
I
O
N
T
61
A
62
M
E
R
63
A
L
O
N
E
64
A
L
T
E
65
M
A
G
I
66
M
I
T
E
R
67
R
E
S
T
68
B
O
O
N
69
P
A
S
S
E
© 1964, The New York TimesNo. 5,268
Across Down
1. Agreements. : PACTS
6. Famous name in North Carolina. : ASHE
10. And others: Lat. abbr. : ETAL
14. Traffic sign. : ARROW
15. Food and drink. : MEAL
16. A little: It. : POCO
17. Ireland, personified. : IRENA
18. Fancy dress affair, French style. : BALMASQUE
20. Tennis trophy. : DAVISCUP
22. Puts to flight. : ROUTS
23. Former Secretary of State. : ACHESON
25. Pintail ducks. : SMEES
26. ___ Alamos. : LOS
28. Sovereignty. : THRONE
30. Pyromania. : ARSON
33. Large wooden platter. : TRENCHER
38. One of the Borgias. : CAESARE
41. Yardstick. : MEASURE
42. Fabulous gold mine. : ELDORADO
44. Important science. : LOGIC
45. Young aquatic bird. : CYGNET
48. River into the Severn. : USK
49. Civilian clothes. : MUFTI
53. ___ ceteris (and so of the rest): Lat. : ETSICDE
56. Tribe of Sioux. : OTOES
57. Grecian. : HELLENIC
60. Circus VIP. : LIONTAMER
63. Unescorted. : ALONE
64. Der ___. : ALTE
65. Christmas figures. : MAGI
66. Pontifical headdress. : MITER
67. Abide. : REST
68. Blessing. : BOON
69. Obsolete. : PASSE
1. Made (a visit, call, etc.). : PAID
2. Irish exclamation. : ARRA
3. Having deep fissures. : CREVASSED
4. Bracing. : TONIC
5. Swagger. : SWASH
6. Waylay. : AMBUSH
7. City or a sort. : SEAPORT
8. Henry. : HAL
9. Hackberry tree. : ELM
10. English Derby town. : EPSOM
11. Hat. : TOQUE
12. Poignant. : ACUTE
13. Yellowish-brown loam. : LOESS
19. Ordnance depot. : ARSENAL
21. That: Fr. : CET
24. Average. : NORM
26. Chantilly. : LACE
27. Type of test. : ORAL
29. Born. : NEE
31. Peak in the Colorado Rockies. : OSO
32. Vain person. : NARCIST
34. High-ranking army man: Abbr. : CSO
35. Protestants of 17th Cen. France. : HUGUENOTS
36. Greek goddess. : ERIS
37. Take heed (of), old style. : RECK
39. Skate. : RAY
40. Fringe. : EDGE
43. Busily engaged: Colloq. : ONTHEGO
46. Alkaloid used in eye drops. : ESERIN
47. Sesame plant. : TIL
49. Grinder. : MOLAR
50. Practical. : UTILE
51. Pays, as a bill: Colloq. : FOOTS
52. Principle. : TENET
54. Vise. : CLAMP
55. Another name for Artemis. : DELIA
58. Señorita's name. : INES
59. Wax: Obs. : CERE
61. Stevenson's title: Abbr. : AMB
62. Chinese name. : MAO

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 4 debuted here and reused later, 4 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

Found bugs or have suggestions?

|