New York Times, Tuesday, January 13, 1981

Author:Krusemeyer
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 4.87, Missing: { B J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 287 (avg 1.55)
Open Squares: 66, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Spans: 3
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© 1981, The New York Times
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1. Fastening : HASP
5. Russian sea : ARAL
9. Con man's forte : SCAM
13. Play opener : ACTI
14. Gentleman's gentleman : VALET
16. Doral target : HOLE
17. N.Y.–Can. area for boaters, anglers et al. : THOUSANDISLANDS
20. Baste : SEW
21. "Ruy Blas" author : HUGO
22. Utah range : UINTAS
23. Penalty for illegal parking : FINE
24. Kind of tube : INNER
25. Task : STINT
27. South African settlement : STAD
28. Likely : APT
31. Adored image : ICON
32. Zenith : ACME
33. Dernier ___ : CRI
34. N.H. spot for those who want to be high : MOUNTWASHINGTON
39. Timetable abbr. : ARR
40. Vassar purchase : HOPS
41. Solitary : LONE
42. Males : MEN
43. Optimistic : ROSY
44. Fern propagator : SPORE
46. Nimble : AGILE
48. Creator of Eliza Doolittle : SHAW
49. Hardened volcanic froth : PUMICE
51. Accessible : OPEN
52. Tibetan gazelle : GOA
55. Ga.–Fla. spot for those wild about wildlife : OKEFENOKEESWAMP
58. Confined : PENT
59. Roger Moore role : SAINT
60. Sheltered, on a liner : ALEE
61. Soaring swifties : SSTS
62. Foster and Knight : REDS
63. Money in Pretoria : RAND
1. Bowlers, e.g. : HATS
2. Relative of a twinge : ACHE
3. Lade : STOW
4. More, in music : PIU
5. Shakespeare's "Scram!" : AVAUNT
6. Extent : RANGE
7. Moro or Ray : ALDO
8. Garland : LEI
9. Soprano Rita : SHANE
10. Builder, muscle or bridge player : CONTRACTOR
11. Actor Alan : ALDA
12. Meal on the Missouri : MESS
15. Tidal wave : TSUNAMI
18. Leg part : SHIN
19. Basswood : LINDEN
23. Trollope's "Phineas ___" : FINN
24. Yen : ITCH
25. Twenty : SCORE
26. Knightly sport : TOURNAMENT
27. Fresh : SASSY
29. Disposed : PRONE
30. Fork part : TINE
31. Colleague of an alim : IMAM
35. "___ is he arm'd . . . ": Shak. : THRICE
36. Winter garments : WOOLENS
37. Church area : APSE
38. Shine : GLOW
44. Some of these are fitted : SHEETS
45. Kitchenware : PANS
47. Some are certificates : GIFTS
48. Use up : SPEND
49. Boston ___ : POPS
50. Luau instruments, for short : UKES
51. Tom Joad, for one : OKIE
52. Fete : GALA
53. Soothsayer's cue : OMEN
54. Copied : APED
56. Rower : OAR
57. What Mars never barred : WAR

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