Eugene T. Maleska
Eugene T. Maleska 

New York Times, Wednesday, October 12, 1983

Author: Eugene T. Maleska
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 5.19, Missing: { F K Q W Z }, Scrabble score: 262 (avg 1.40)
Open Squares: 72, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 11, XRef: 1, Spans: 2
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© 1983, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Alan or Cheryl : LADD
5. Grating : GRID
9. "___ nome," Verdi aria : CARO
13. "Shall Caesar send ___?": Shak. : ALIE
14. "The March King" : SOUSA
15. Prof's concoction : EXAM
16. N.M. legislator : SENPETEDOMENICI
19. Director of "Taxi Driver": 1976 : SCORSESE
20. Beginning : OUTSET
21. "But every woman ___ heart a rake": Pope : ISAT
22. Parcel of land : ACRE
23. Nobelist in Medicine: 1969 : SALVADORELURIA
29. Rapier's kin : EPEE
30. "___ Tu," 1932 pop song : ERES
31. Three, in Asti : TRE
33. Part of a lemon : RIND
34. State flowers of Utah : SEGOS
36. Calaboose : JAIL
37. Tiny colonist : ANT
38. ___ impasse : ATAN
39. An astringent : ALUM
40. V.I.P. at Albany : GOVMARIOMCUOMO
45. Bireme gear : OARS
46. In a jiffy : SOON
47. Garb for Carmelites : HABITS
50. D'Amato or La Guardia : POLITICO
54. Sinatra or Iacocca : ITALIANAMERICAN
56. Site of Villa Maria College : ERIE
57. Standards : NORMS
58. Rapacious bird : ERNE
59. Holds court : SITS
60. She loved Aeneas : DIDO
61. These cross the bar : RYES
1. Colleen : LASS
2. Pianist Templeton : ALEC
3. Dean Martin's nickname : DINO
4. Like the needy : DEPRIVED
5. ___ pot (deteriorates) : GOESTO
6. Uncivil : RUDE
7. Prefix with tope or type : ISO
8. Courtier who sat under a sword : DAMOCLES
9. Lincoln or Rockefeller : CENTER
10. Losers in W.W. II : AXIS
11. Siena's Palio is one : RACE
12. Skip over : OMIT
14. Follower of bed or home : STEAD
17. Pronoun for the Pinta : ESSA
18. The southeast wind : EURUS
22. Prefix with plane or sol : AERO
23. Evening, in Roma : SERA
24. Frye's forte : APING
25. Menotti's "slow" : LENTO
26. Kingdoms, to Columbus : REGNI
27. Writer Calvino : ITALO
28. Suffix with planet : ARIUM
32. Castel Sant'___, at Napoli : ELMO
34. "The ___ Stripes Forever," by 14 Across : STARSAND
35. Corn units : EARS
36. More sprightly : JAUNTIER
38. Violinmaker of Cremona : AMATI
41. Sheeer fabrics : VOILES
42. "___ Carlo," trio in Verdi's "Ernani" : OSOMMO
43. Certain spies : MOLES
44. Coconut fiber : COIR
47. Shakes a leg : HIES
48. Longfellow's bell town : ATRI
49. Night crawlers, e.g. : BAIT
50. Cowboy's pal : PARD
51. " . . . ___ in the daytime": Psalms 22:2 : ICRY
52. Jacopetti's "Mondo ___" : CANE
53. Snake eyes at Reno : ONES
55. We, to Ponti : NOI

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