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

New York Times, Tuesday, October 27, 1970

Author: Unknown
Editor: Will Weng
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 31, Avg Word Len: 5.24, Missing: { F J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 271 (avg 1.40)
Open Squares: 76, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 5, XRef: 2, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 9
1
A
2
C
3
C
4
T
5
V
6
O
7
L
8
G
9
A
10
U
11
L
12
A
13
N
14
S
H
O
E
15
M
A
K
I
N
G
16
L
O
B
O
17
T
E
N
N
E
S
S
E
A
N
18
Y
O
R
E
19
A
C
C
E
N
T
20
D
R
A
21
M
A
T
I
S
22
K
I
T
S
23
R
O
S
T
E
N
24
P
R
E
S
25
L
O
W
26
E
R
O
27
D
28
E
29
S
30
E
E
R
31
M
E
A
N
32
S
33
E
V
E
N
T
34
R
I
G
35
O
D
D
36
O
37
D
S
38
S
C
I
39
S
N
E
40
L
L
41
S
42
P
L
I
T
43
P
O
E
44
E
S
S
E
N
45
E
46
R
O
N
47
D
E
U
S
48
S
A
L
49
M
O
N
50
C
O
R
N
51
N
52
E
53
W
S
R
O
O
M
54
S
E
N
A
T
55
E
56
I
S
E
E
57
P
R
O
58
M
E
N
A
D
E
R
59
S
N
A
P
60
E
S
T
I
M
A
T
O
R
S
61
H
E
R
S
62
R
E
E
S
E
63
E
S
S
E
© 1970, The New York TimesNo. 7,745
Across Down
1. Book reviewer of a sort: Abbr. : ACCT
5. Boatmen's river : VOLGA
10. Bator's partner : ULAN
14. Speciality of Brockton, Mass. : SHOEMAKING
16. Timber wolf : LOBO
17. Ford or Kefauver : TENNESSEAN
18. Ages ago : YORE
19. Burr or brogue : ACCENT
20. ___ personae : DRAMATIS
22. Sewing and others : KITS
23. "The Joys of Yiddish" author : ROSTEN
24. Theodor White subj. : PRES
25. Kind of bridge : LOW
26. Undermines : ERODES
30. Poetic contraction : EER
31. Wherewithal : MEANS
33. Proceeding : EVENT
34. Oil-well equipment : RIG
35. Without a mate : ODD
36. G.I.'s garb : ODS
38. Technical study: Abbr. : SCI
39. N. Y. Jet runner : SNELL
41. Bowler's despair : SPLIT
43. Longfellow's contemporary : POE
44. Early ascetic : ESSENE
46. Swoboda : RON
47. ___ ex machina : DEUS
48. Quinnat and sockeye : SALMON
50. Trite stuff : CORN
51. Journalist's milieu : NEWSROOM
54. Diet's cousin : SENATE
56. Words of understanding : ISEE
57. Boardwalk stroller : PROMENADER
59. ___ out of it : SNAP
60. Price fixers of a sort : ESTIMATORS
61. That girl's : HERS
62. Ebbets Field name : REESE
63. Existence, in philosophy : ESSE
1. Movie canine : ASTA
2. Harness parts : CHECKREINS
3. Doorkeepers, on France : CONCIERGES
4. Beliefs : TENETS
5. Very spacious : VAST
6. Endorsements : OKS
7. Sprawl : LIEDOWN
8. Growls : GNARS
9. Consanguineous : AGNATE
10. Vladimir Ilyich ___ (Lenin) : ULYANOV
11. Boodle : LOOT
12. Hillside shelter : ABRI
13. Certain votes : NOES
15. With 53 Down, clothing : MENS
21. Most paltry : MEREST
23. Burma and others : ROADS
24. Intrinsically : PERSE
25. Held the reins : LED
27. Posse's prey : DESPERADOS
28. Unexpected meetings : ENCOUNTERS
29. Hogs' housing : STIES
31. Hungarian playwright : MOLNAR
32. Lawgiver : SOLON
37. Sound of traffic : DIN
40. Suez Canal name : LESSEPS
42. Do public relations work : PROMOTE
45. Juliet, for one : ELOPER
47. Give : DONATE
49. Wayne Lyman ___ : MORSE
50. Meal for Caesar : CENA
51. Birthplace of Constantine : NISH
52. Old slave : ESNE
53. See 15 Down : WEAR
54. Dotted with stars, in heraldry : SEME
55. Gaelic : ERSE
58. Prefix for deal or deed : MIS

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 5 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

Found bugs or have suggestions?

|