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

New York Times, Wednesday, March 15, 1967

Author: Jean Reed
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.79, Missing: { F J K Y Z }, Scrabble score: 289 (avg 1.55)
Open Squares: 70, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 6, XRef: 0, Spans: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 7
Jean Reed has 46 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
1
H
2
E
3
R
4
O
5
D
6
A
7
B
8
A
9
S
10
P
11
A
12
S
13
T
14
A
D
A
N
A
15
H
E
M
I
16
A
B
O
U
17
M
E
T
E
R
18
A
L
I
X
19
R
U
H
R
20
S
N
A
I
L
21
B
O
G
22
D
A
M
O
N
23
D
I
24
P
25
V
O
26
W
E
L
27
A
28
P
29
P
A
N
A
30
G
E
31
P
A
L
32
T
33
E
34
R
35
D
I
E
36
G
L
A
D
37
A
R
E
O
L
E
38
O
N
E
39
O
R
40
P
D
41
Q
42
B
L
A
S
E
43
B
A
L
L
A
44
D
45
I
T
46
S
O
47
S
I
L
48
E
S
S
E
N
E
49
S
O
C
R
50
A
T
E
S
51
A
G
R
52
I
C
53
I
N
C
54
S
55
H
56
A
N
E
57
L
I
58
D
59
M
A
60
I
61
N
62
E
63
H
E
L
D
64
P
I
P
E
65
I
D
L
E
R
66
A
R
T
E
67
H
A
L
L
68
C
I
L
I
A
69
D
O
O
R
70
I
D
E
A
71
H
A
S
N
T
© 1967, The New York TimesNo. 6,423
Across Down
1. King in B.C. and A.D. : HEROD
6. Opposite of "vive!" : ABAS
10. Tense. : PAST
14. Turkish city. : ADANA
15. Prefix with cycle or sphere. : HEMI
16. Arab name. : ABOU
17. Rhythm. : METER
18. French girl's name. : ALIX
19. German valley. : RUHR
20. Slowpoke. : SNAIL
21. Cranberry patch. : BOG
22. Legendary friend. : DAMON
23. Swim. : DIP
25. Eta or omicron. : VOWEL
27. Natural adjunct. : APPANAGE
31. Quibble. : PALTER
35. Cube. : DIE
36. Pollyanna word. : GLAD
37. Small space. : AREOLE
38. ___ two. : ONEOR
40. Quickly: Slang. : PDQ
42. World-weary. : BLASE
43. Folk song. : BALLAD
45. " . . . but thinking makes ___." : ITSO
47. Part of RSVP. : SIL
48. Mystic of B.C. and A.D. : ESSENE
49. Greek teacher. : SOCRATES
51. Govt. Dept. : AGRIC
53. Co.'s companion. : INC
54. Alan Ladd role. : SHANE
57. Top. : LID
59. Historic ship. : MAINE
63. Retained. : HELD
64. Calumet. : PIPE
65. Drone. : IDLER
66. Skill: It. : ARTE
67. Meeting place. : HALL
68. Eyelashes. : CILIA
69. Entrance. : DOOR
70. Inkling. : IDEA
71. Negative verbal contraction. : HASNT
1. Some actors. : HAMS
2. First home. : EDEN
3. Pro ___. : RATA
4. Indian. : ONEIDA
5. Australian mountains. : DARLINGRANGE
6. Biblical king. : AHAB
7. Appellation for a son of Zebedee. : BELOVEDDISCIPLE
8. Friend in Mexico. : AMIGO
9. Card. : SIX
10. Global line. : PARALLEL
11. "Hallelujah, I'm ___." : ABUM
12. London district. : SOHO
13. Word with over and out. : TURN
22. City address, near Detroit. : DEARBORNMICH
24. Chum. : PAL
26. New Deal agcy. : WPA
27. Western house. : ADOBE
28. Pineapples. : PINAS
29. Skins. : PEELS
30. Credibility ___. : GAP
32. Skoal. : TOAST
33. Miss Dinsmore. : ELSIE
34. Dances. : REELS
39. Evergreen shrub. : OLEANDER
41. Book size: Abbr. : QTO
44. The: Ger. : DER
46. School subject: Abbr. : SCI
50. Old name of Nova Scotia. : ACADIA
52. Greek classic. : ILIAD
54. Fish. : SHAD
55. Ideal man. : HERO
56. Voice. : ALTO
58. Walter ___ Mare. : DELA
60. Hunger, poverty, etc. : ILLS
61. No in Nürnberg. : NEIN
62. Was: Lat. : ERAT
64. Greek letter. : PHI

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 4 debuted here and reused later, 1 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

Found bugs or have suggestions?

|