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William Lutwiniak
William Lutwiniak

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New York Times, Sunday, September 4, 1966

Author:
William Lutwiniak
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 166, Blocks: 86, Avg Word Len: 5.34, Missing: { Q X }, Scrabble score: 682 (avg 1.54)
Open Squares: 157, Cheaters: 10, FITB: 5, XRef: 0, Spans: 2, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 12
William Lutwiniak has 304 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
David Steinberg notes:

Original solution for 103-Across had ODE instead of CODE. There was an extra block where the C should be. Fixed this.

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© 1966, The New York TimesNo. 6,231
Across
1. Portland's bay. : CASCO
6. Peninsula of Egypt. : SINAI
11. Pass on. : RELAY
16. Opera. : THAIS
21. Embattled. : ATWAR
22. Legislate. : ENACT
23. Obliterate. : ERASE
24. Having a healthy color. : RUDDY
25. Facing danger head on. : BEARDINGTHELIONINHISDEN
29. ___ precedent. : SETA
30. Relation. : NIECE
31. Chile's border. : ANDES
32. Publication. : ISSUE
33. Tease: Colloq. : JOSH
34. Bay of Fundy phenomena. : TIDES
35. Numerical prefix. : OCTA
36. Interrogate. : ASK
39. Lancaster. : BURT
40. Presaged. : BODED
41. Indonesia's ex-strongman. : SUKARNO
44. Neighbors: Fr. : VOISINS
46. ___-face. : VOLTE
47. Criterion. : CANON
48. Coffee-maker. : URN
50. Varies. : ALTERS
51. Bit of legerdemain. : PARLORTRICK
53. Cheese. : BRIE
54. Added a dash of spirits. : LACED
55. Familiar farewells. : TATAS
56. Sound. : HALE
57. Waters the garden. : HOSES
58. Newspaper publisher. : OCHS
59. Unstated. : TACIT
60. Macduff and others. : SCOTS
62. Progenitor. : PARENT
63. Born: Fr. : NEE
64. Table items. : SALTCELLARS
66. "Rules of Order" man. : ROBERT
67. Lasso loops. : NOOSES
69. Attention. : EAR
70. Salad ingredient. : CELERY
71. Bowlers' bêtes noires. : SPLITS
72. British statesman. : CHAMBERLAIN
76. New serviceman: Abbr. : RCT
79. Considerable. : GOODLY
80. Cowboys' trousers. : CHAPS
81. Castile and others. : SOAPS
82. Unbend. : THAW
83. Has sway. : RULES
84. Type of apartment. : COOP
85. Large boats. : SCOWS
86. Possibly. : MAYBE
87. The old sod. : ERIN
88. Places for the children. : RUMPUSROOMS
91. Mariner. : SEAMAN
92. Short time, for short. : SEC
93. Canapé spreads. : PATES
94. Units of time. : HOURS
95. Nonconcurrence. : DISSENT
96. Settles. : DECIDES
98. Snapper's cousin. : GRUNT
99. Israeli coins. : MILS
100. Pipe up. : SAY
101. Resting place. : LAIR
102. Monotonous work: Colloq. : GRIND
103. Rules of conduct. : CODE
104. Military rank: Slang. : BRASS
106. Young one. : CHILD
107. Brother of Moses. : AARON
108. Orlando's retainer. : ADAM
112. First line of a military song. : FROMTHEHALLSOFMONTEZUMA
116. Mechanical part. : ROTOR
117. Designation. : TITLE
118. Slight error. : LAPSE
119. Now. : TODAY
120. River into the Rhone. : ISERE
121. Enclosed, in away. : CASED
122. Dehydrates. : DRIES
123. Balances. : EVENS
Down
1. Part of the street scene. : CABS
2. To ___. : ATEE
3. W. Pakistan river. : SWAT
4. Dear: It. : CARA
5. Fort near Monterey. : ORD
6. Campus figures. : SENIORS
7. Absorb. : INGEST
8. Of course: Slang. : NATCH
9. Nostalgic feeling. : ACHE
10. Adherent: Suffix. : ITE
11. Prancer, Dancer, et al. : REINDEER
12. Worn. : ERODED
13. Roadway strips. : LANES
14. Unaltered. : ASIS
15. Propensity: Slang. : YEN
16. Operatic role. : TRISTAN
17. Cavalryman. : HUSSAR
18. Babylonian storm-god. : ADDU
19. Notion: Fr. : IDEE
20. Together: Prefix. : SYN
26. Sioux and others: Colloq. : INJUNS
27. Attributed. : LAIDTO
28. Wild Bill. : HICKOK
34. Telephone charges. : TOLLS
35. Snow leopard. : OUNCE
36. Arthurian island. : AVALON
37. Comfort. : SOLACE
38. Army duty. : KITCHENPOLICE
39. Swallow. : BIRD
40. Chemical. : BORATE
41. Cruises. : SAILS
42. Certain verse. : NURSERYRHYMES
43. Lustrous, of gems. : ORIENT
45. Understands. : SEES
46. Oracular. : VATIC
47. Members: Suffix. : CRATS
49. Hotbed. : NEST
51. Treaties. : PACTS
52. Air Force missile. : THOR
53. Plant pest. : BORER
55. Reading matter. : TALES
57. To have: Ger. : HABEN
59. Succulent. : TASTY
60. Knocks. : SLAMS
61. Chemical prefix. : CARB
62. Greek city-state. : POLIS
64. Sullies. : SOILS
65. Spring. : LEAP
66. Harvests. : REAPS
68. Bygone. : OLDEN
70. Scratches at. : CLAWS
71. Acidified. : SOURED
72. Menu item. : CHOPS
73. Maori clan. : HAPU
74. Beau. : ESCORT
75. Lodgings. : ROOMS
77. Beach structure. : CABANA
78. Score. : TWENTY
79. Stoneware: Fr. : GRES
80. Results. : COMES
82. Chinese pagodas. : TAAS
84. More doll-like. : CUTER
85. Firm. : SOUND
86. One kind of hall. : MESS
88. Salad ingredient. : RADISH
89. Spoke stridently. : SHRILLED
90. Chair rungs. : ROUNDS
91. Quiet. : SILENT
93. Saigon money. : PIASTRE
95. ___ best. : DIDONES
97. Racket. : CLAMOR
98. Grating. : GRILLE
99. Gloomy. : MOROSE
102. Mountains of S. India. : GHATS
103. Fields: It. : CAMPI
104. Siblings: Abbr. : BROS
105. Mechanical routine. : ROTE
106. Salvia plant of Mexico. : CHIA
107. At a distance. : AFAR
108. City on the Don River. : AZOV
109. City feller. : DUDE
110. To ___. : AMAN
111. Famous Giant. : MAYS
112. Calendar abbreviation. : FRI
113. And so on. : ETC
114. Getting on. : OLD
115. Paris season. : ETE

Answer summary: 6 unique to this puzzle, 6 debuted here and reused later, 10 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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