Eugene T. Maleska
Eugene T. Maleska 

New York Times, Friday, October 2, 1992

Author: Eugene T. Maleska
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 5.11, Missing: { K Q V X Z }, Scrabble score: 284 (avg 1.50)
Open Squares: 79, Cheaters: 3, FITB: 9, XRef: 0
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Across Down
1. Famed spy : HARI
5. Pairs : DUADS
10. Awkward try : STAB
14. A Desert Shield supporter : OMAN
15. Bert's "Sesame Street" pal : ERNIE
16. London subway : TUBE
17. Carroll's feathered menace : JUBJUBBIRD
19. Actress Raines : ELLA
20. Javanese or Korean : ORIENTAL
21. Mirrored : IMAGED
23. Grafter's item : CION
24. Happy people : SMILERS
25. Head of some schools : RECTOR
28. Inferior: Slang : CHEESY
29. Williams team : EPHS
30. Small songbirds : WRENS
31. "___it a vision . . . ": Keats : WAS
34. Concern of Sec. J. Farley : GPO
35. Cookie pan : SHEET
36. Kind of strike applauded by mine owners : ORE
37. Dick Deadeye, e.g. : TAR
38. Conn : STEER
39. Tops : AONE
40. "___ a Small Hotel" : THERES
42. Lewis Lawes was one : WARDEN
44. North Star : POLARIS
46. Glut : SATE
47. Vestigial vendor : ICEMAN
48. Ferber's "___ Trunk" : SARATOGA
52. Terhune's "___ Dog" : LADA
53. Moving along like the Jabberwock's slayer : GALUMPHING
55. Dismounted : ALIT
56. Beau monde : ELITE
57. Cupid's wings : ALAE
58. Temple : FANE
59. Allonge : RIDER
60. Atl. crossers : SSTS
1. Nickname of a 1989 All-Star Met : HOJO
2. Long Asian river : AMUR
3. Nobelist in Physics: 1944 : RABI
4. Gives a shot to : INJECTS
5. He has chits out : DEBTOR
6. Kind of sprawl : URBAN
7. Blue dye : ANIL
8. R. Howard, e.g. : DIR
9. Dregs : SEDIMENT
10. Purloins : STEALS
11. The Jabberwock "came whiffling through" this : TULGEYWOOD
12. More qualified : ABLER
13. Wampum : BEADS
18. Freshwater mussel : UNIO
22. Architect ___ van der Rohe : MIES
24. Diaphanous : SHEER
25. Col.'s command : REGT
26. Baseball Hall of Famer Rixey : EPPA
27. "He ___ his joy": Carroll : CHORTLEDIN
28. Canadian Indians : CREES
30. Cries on roller coasters : WHEES
32. "Judith" composer : ARNE
33. Observed : SEEN
35. Part-time newspaper correspondent : STRINGER
38. Loren's evening : SERA
39. Singer Franklin and namesakes : ARETHAS
41. Hook-shaped : HAMATE
42. Weather forecast : WARMER
43. "___ at the pane . . . ": Browning : ATAP
44. Rice dish : PILAF
45. City in Fla. : OCALA
46. Fry lightly : SAUTE
48. Glissaded : SLID
49. Hopper medium : OILS
50. Midge : GNAT
51. "Rock of ___" : AGES
54. Fath ___, former Shah : ALI

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