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

New York Times, Wednesday, February 1, 1967

Author: Thomas E. Devlin
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 37, Avg Word Len: 4.95, Min Word Len: 4, Missing: { J K Q X }, Scrabble score: 283 (avg 1.51)
Open Squares: 72, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 6, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 2 Grid has both 90- and 180-degree symmetry.
Thomas E. Devlin has 3 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
1
M
2
I
3
S
4
C
5
S
6
H
7
E
8
M
9
D
10
A
11
N
12
S
13
E
14
O
D
O
R
15
P
A
L
O
16
U
S
U
A
L
17
L
I
F
E
18
I
S
E
R
19
R
E
M
U
S
20
T
O
A
D
21
C
H
A
R
22
G
E
S
A
L
E
23
S
T
R
I
24
P
E
25
N
O
U
S
26
T
A
S
27
S
O
28
I
S
29
T
30
L
31
E
32
S
33
A
34
N
35
A
C
T
36
I
R
37
A
S
38
R
O
V
E
39
D
E
B
A
S
40
E
D
41
R
E
42
M
A
G
E
N
43
A
M
U
R
44
D
I
45
S
C
46
O
P
E
N
S
47
H
O
T
D
48
O
G
49
T
A
50
H
O
E
51
V
E
52
G
A
53
E
N
Z
54
Y
55
M
56
E
57
W
58
H
59
I
60
T
E
S
A
L
61
E
S
62
O
U
T
S
63
H
I
R
E
R
64
S
L
I
T
65
I
M
I
T
66
A
T
O
L
L
67
P
E
R
O
68
D
A
D
O
69
M
A
N
L
Y
70
E
D
E
N
71
S
N
A
P
© 1967, The New York TimesNo. 6,381
Across Down
1. Catchall abbreviation. : MISC
5. Ark passenger. : SHEM
9. Pas de deux. : DANSE
14. Aroma. : ODOR
15. ___ Alto. : PALO
16. Ordinary. : USUAL
17. A long sentence. : LIFE
18. Tributary of the Elbe. : ISER
19. Fictional uncle. : REMUS
20. Amphibian. : TOAD
21. Common retail transaction. : CHARGESALE
23. Fabric pattern. : STRIPE
25. Entre ___. : NOUS
26. Italian poet. : TASSO
28. Plant fibers. : ISTLES
33. Put on ___. : ANACT
36. Cleopatra's maid. : IRAS
38. Wander. : ROVE
39. Adulterated. : DEBASED
41. Historic town on the Rhine. : REMAGEN
43. 2,900-mile Asian river. : AMUR
44. Shape of a UFO. : DISC
46. Begins. : OPENS
47. Ball park fare. : HOTDOG
49. Far West lake. : TAHOE
51. Star in Lyra. : VEGA
53. Pepsin, for one. : ENZYME
57. January events. : WHITESALES
62. Baseball trio. : OUTS
63. Personnel man. : HIRER
64. Narrow opening. : SLIT
65. Not genuine: Abbr. : IMIT
66. Ring-shaped island. : ATOLL
67. But: Sp. : PERO
68. Wall part. : DADO
69. Gallant. : MANLY
70. Garden spot. : EDEN
71. Cinch. : SNAP
1. Sheds feathers. : MOLTS
2. Goose. : IDIOT
3. To that extent. : SOFAR
4. Modern necessity for some. : CREDITCARD
5. Pepper and others. : SPICES
6. Popular dish. : HASH
7. One of the Belmonts. : ELEANOR
8. ___ Castle, Havana fort. : MORRO
9. Coercion. : DURESS
10. Namesakes of Ibsen chararter. : ASES
11. ___ Pompilius, legendary king. : NUMA
12. Author Bellow. : SAUL
13. Differently. : ELSE
22. Semblance. : GUISE
24. Servings of butter. : PATS
27. African title. : SIDI
29. Certain four-sided figures. : TRAPEZOIDS
30. Theater box. : LOGE
31. Constant. : EVEN
32. City SE of Paris. : SENS
33. Esau's wife. : ADAH
34. Jules Verne captain. : NEMO
35. Touch (on). : ABUT
37. Alms box. : ARCA
40. Perimeters. : EDGES
42. Ranger's landing place. : MOON
45. Out of gas. : STALLED
48. Too. : OVERLY
50. Hollywood name. : HESTON
52. Canadian peninsula. : GASPE
54. Of an Arizona tribe. : YUMAN
55. Peak in Crete. : MTIDA
56. Bar legally. : ESTOP
57. Loud sound: Slang. : WHAM
58. ___ homer. : HITA
59. Sand wedge, for one. : IRON
60. Request. : TELL
61. Land of De Valera. : EIRE

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later, 5 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

Found bugs or have suggestions?

|