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

NOW HEAR THIS

New York Times, Sunday, November 30, 1975

Author:
William Lutwiniak
Editor:
Will Weng
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 164, Blocks: 88, Avg Word Len: 5.38, Missing: { J K Q X }, Scrabble score: 626 (avg 1.42)
Open Squares: 161, Cheaters: 10, FITB: 18, XRef: 2, Spans: 4, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 8
William Lutwiniak has 304 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
1
L
2
A
3
P
4
A
5
Z
6
G
7
I
8
N
9
A
10
S
11
R
12
I
13
D
14
G
15
E
16
M
17
A
18
A
19
S
20
A
G
A
T
E
21
A
R
O
S
E
22
U
N
I
O
N
23
T
O
S
C
A
24
B
E
G
I
N
25
S
W
I
T
H
T
26
A
N
D
E
N
D
27
S
W
I
T
H
S
28
O
N
E
S
29
T
A
S
T
Y
30
B
O
I
T
E
31
P
O
N
I
E
S
32
R
A
S
33
T
R
I
E
S
34
B
L
U
E
S
35
S
A
B
E
R
S
36
M
I
E
N
S
37
S
O
O
T
S
38
P
A
R
A
S
39
S
40
A
41
T
I
R
E
42
M
O
O
43
A
N
T
S
44
R
45
O
46
D
47
T
F
E
L
O
T
48
T
49
H
50
G
I
R
M
51
O
52
R
53
F
S
D
A
E
54
R
E
N
O
55
R
I
L
E
S
56
H
A
I
L
S
57
F
E
A
T
S
58
A
L
O
T
59
U
R
I
S
60
A
I
S
L
E
61
P
A
L
L
Y
62
S
63
A
V
I
N
E
64
T
E
C
65
A
B
E
T
66
F
I
R
E
S
67
P
I
E
C
E
S
68
I
S
A
F
O
69
U
70
R
L
E
T
T
E
71
R
72
W
O
R
D
73
B
74
A
75
R
N
E
T
76
P
E
E
R
S
77
H
I
T
S
78
D
79
E
80
C
81
A
V
E
R
S
E
82
S
P
I
N
S
83
F
84
L
O
P
S
85
S
U
R
E
86
T
O
L
U
87
S
A
E
N
S
88
L
E
O
N
E
89
T
A
M
A
R
90
T
W
E
N
91
T
92
Y
T
H
R
E
E
93
L
E
T
T
E
R
94
P
H
R
A
S
E
95
S
S
E
96
R
E
A
L
97
A
V
E
98
A
R
I
S
E
S
99
B
O
S
N
S
100
N
101
A
Z
I
S
102
S
103
A
T
E
S
104
S
105
C
R
I
M
S
106
S
O
L
U
S
107
S
A
T
I
E
108
A
109
A
110
R
111
M
O
R
A
L
E
112
A
T
O
L
L
113
S
I
T
O
N
114
A
L
S
O
115
O
N
E
H
U
N
116
D
R
E
D
F
I
117
F
T
E
E
N
A
118
C
R
O
S
S
119
A
D
A
M
S
120
I
T
A
L
O
121
L
E
V
E
E
122
A
G
R
E
E
123
S
E
M
S
124
T
Y
L
E
R
125
A
M
E
N
D
126
P
O
S
T
S
© 1975, The New York TimesNo. 9,605
Across
1. Bolivian city : LAPAZ
6. Lollobrigida et al. : GINAS
11. Vimy or Blue : RIDGE
16. North Sea feeder : MAAS
20. Small type : AGATE
21. "___ by any other . . . " : AROSE
22. Kind of suit or shop : UNION
23. Puccini role : TOSCA
24. "This" ___ : BEGINSWITHTANDENDSWITHS
28. People : ONES
29. Succulent : TASTY
30. Cafe : BOITE
31. Broncos : PONIES
32. Ethiopian title : RAS
33. Afflicts : TRIES
34. St. Louis or Wabash : BLUES
35. Hussars' gear : SABERS
36. Aspects : MIENS
37. Air pollutants : SOOTS
38. Turkish coins : PARAS
39. Literary genre : SATIRE
42. Pasture sound : MOO
43. Emmets : ANTS
44. Steiger : ROD
47. This ___ : TFELOTTHGIRMORFSDAERENO
55. Vexes : RILES
56. Acclaims : HAILS
57. Derring-do : FEATS
58. "Thanks ___" : ALOT
59. "QB VII" author : URIS
60. Stadium feature : AISLE
61. Intimate : PALLY
62. Juniper : SAVINE
64. Soho sleuth : TEC
65. Connive with : ABET
66. Discharges : FIRES
67. Go to ___ (lose one's poise) : PIECES
68. "This" ___ : ISAFOURLETTERWORD
73. District near London : BARNET
76. Equals : PEERS
77. See 23 Down : HITS
78. Month: Abbr. : DEC
81. Reluctant : AVERSE
82. Reels off : SPINS
83. Fiascos : FLOPS
85. Unfailing : SURE
86. Cough-syrup ingredient : TOLU
87. Saint-___ : SAENS
88. Sierra ___ : LEONE
89. River of Tasmania : TAMAR
90. This is a ___ : TWENTYTHREELETTERPHRASE
95. Compass heading : SSE
96. Actual : REAL
97. Harriman, to friends : AVE
98. Springs : ARISES
99. Crew members : BOSNS
100. Goering and Goebbels, e.g. : NAZIS
102. Gorges : SATES
104. Cotton fabrics : SCRIMS
106. Alone, to Caesar : SOLUS
107. French composer : SATIE
108. Berne's river : AAR
111. Esprit de corps : MORALE
112. Eniwetok, e.g. : ATOLL
113. Squelch : SITON
114. To boot : ALSO
115. This is ___ : ONEHUNDREDFIFTEENACROSS
119. White House name : ADAMS
120. Aviator Balbo : ITALO
121. Mississippi sight : LEVEE
122. Go along with : AGREE
123. Religious schs. : SEMS
124. White House name : TYLER
125. Put right : AMEND
126. Advertises : POSTS
Down
1. September day : LABOR
2. U.S. rocket : AGENA
3. Capitol Hill aides : PAGES
4. Panay natives : ATIS
5. Oriental cult : ZEN
6. King Arthur's nephew : GAWAIN
7. Blue flags : IRISES
8. English county : NOTTS
9. Pallid : ASHY
10. Implant : SET
11. Exhaust : RUNOUT
12. East or West : INDIES
13. Watches calories : DIETS
14. Left : GONE
15. Pass-catcher : END
16. Des ___ : MOINES
17. On the prowl : ASTIR
18. Hikers' mementos : ACHES
19. Talk back : SASS
23. Doubles, with 77 Across : TWOBASE
25. Public way : STREET
26. Flourishing : ABLOOM
27. Helot's home : SPARTA
33. Weather satellite : TIROS
34. Social pariahs : BOORS
35. ___ of time : SANDS
36. Plymouth name : MILES
37. Snapshot expression : SMILE
38. Game pie : PASTY
39. Cakewalk : STRUT
40. Flaming : AFIRE
41. Purposive : TELIC
44. Museum piece : RELIC
45. Two ___ (pass defense) : ONONE
46. Is indulgent : DOTES
48. Peculator : THIEF
49. Must : HASTO
50. Baseball's Hodges : GIL
51. Master ___ : OFARTS
52. Subleased : RELET
53. Phoney : FALSE
54. Carried on : RAVED
60. Decrease : ABATE
61. Harbor features : PIERS
62. Brief TV ads : SPOTS
63. Makes known : AIRS
65. Enzyme suffixes : ASES
66. Strip a whale : FLENSE
68. Ski-jump feature : INRUN
69. ___ Volta : UPPER
70. Marie Antoinette, e.g. : REINE
71. River of France : RHONE
72. Windshield ___ : WIPER
73. Felt-hat materials : BATTS
74. Acknowledges : AVOWS
75. Confederate hero : RELEE
78. French writer : DUMAS
79. Wipe clean : ERASE
80. Harvest goddess : CERES
82. Comedian Mort et al. : SAHLS
83. Throws a party for : FETES
84. Parking or odd : LOT
85. Delhi garb : SARIS
87. Musial et al. : STANS
88. Denim pants : LEVIS
89. Crowd number : THREE
91. Son of Priam : TROILUS
92. Sycophants : YESMEN
93. Lapis ___ : LAZULI
94. Bronze film : PATINA
99. German composer : BRAHMS
100. Pasta form : NOODLE
101. "___ one and one . . . " : ALLFOR
102. Lustrous fabric : SATEEN
103. Made up for : ATONED
104. Weather device : SONDE
105. Off-white : CREAM
106. Brock's forte : STEAL
107. Colander : SIEVE
108. Then, in Orly : ALORS
109. Black-ink entry : ASSET
110. Certain wines : ROSES
111. Flightless birds : MOAS
112. Bohemian : ARTY
113. Goblet feature : STEM
114. Jason's craft : ARGO
116. Morse symbol : DIT
117. Neighbor of Ga. : FLA
118. Headgear : CAP

Answer summary: 6 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later, 7 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

Found bugs or have suggestions?

Crosswords published prior to Nov. 21, 1993 are provided by David Steinberg and The Pre-Shortzian Puzzle Project.

|