Jim Page
Jim Page 

E.G.O. TRIP

New York Times, Sunday, October 16, 1988

Author: Jim Page
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 82, Avg Word Len: 5.13, Missing: { Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 541 (avg 1.51)
Open Squares: 120, Cheaters: 8, FITB: 23, XRef: 2, Spans: 1
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© 1988, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Title of courtesy, once : MARM
5. S.A. wood sorrel : OCA
8. French floor : ETAGE
13. "The Hairy Ape" role : YANK
17. On the Channel : ASEA
18. ___ de jambe (ballet movement) : ROND
20. Kind of renewal : URBAN
21. "The Long Voyage Home," e.g. : MOVIE
22. "Death's duell" author : JOHNDONNE
24. Paint splashes : GLOBS
25. "___ You Glad You're You?" : ARENT
26. Conquistador Juan de ___ : ONATE
27. Sec. of State: 1977 : VANCE
29. English writer Arthur ___ : MEE
30. Alley button : RESET
31. Mine, in a way : RESUE
32. Franklin's father was born here : ECTON
33. Voice of Tweetie Pie : BLANC
35. Saloon where 50 Down bent an elbow : HARRYHOPES
38. "A ___ the Misbegotten" (Robards vehicle) : MOONFOR
43. Idi ___ : AMIN
45. Suffix with musket : EER
46. "The Hungarian Rome" : EGER
48. "___ is sinking to-day": Ufford : SOMEONE
49. Sloth, for one : SIN
50. "Return of the ___," 1983 movie : JEDI
51. Meadow : LEA
52. Immerses : DIPSIN
53. Scottish pudding : HAGGIS
55. Whence comes take-home : SALARY
58. Fran of "Kukla . . . " : ALLISON
59. ___ damnée (willing tool) : AME
60. Made a path : TROD
61. Biblical shepherd : ABEL
62. Prop finish : ANE
63. Fit : SPASM
66. Monday-morning quarterbacking, e.g. : HINDSIGHT
69. That is: Lat. : IDEST
71. Charged particle : ION
72. A eucalypt : YATE
74. Unbend : THAW
75. Extinct bird : MOA
76. ___ of paris : PLASTER
78. "Henry the Fifth, thy ___ invocate": Shak. : GHOSTI
80. Aegean island : ANDROS
84. Calico ponies : PINTOS
85. Chinese dynasty : HAN
86. ___ Porsena : LARS
88. Gelderland city : EDE
89. Innuits, e.g. : ESKIMOS
91. Fancy : IDEA
93. 650, to Cato : DCL
94. Expressions of disgust : FIES
95. Washington Square Players' vehicle by 8 Down : THEROPE
96. Tony role for Dewhurst: 1974 : JOSIEHOGAN
99. Invitation reqs. : RSVPS
102. Mother-of-pearl : NACRE
103. Grown dearer in price : RISEN
106. More underhanded : SLIER
110. "___ Napoli": T. A. Daly : EEN
111. "Lest we lose our ___": Browning : EDENS
112. Island off Venezuela : ARUBA
113. Amazon tributary : NEGRO
114. Book reviewer Bliven : NAOMI
116. Changed a menu selection : REORDERED
118. Rose, to Jackie : INLAW
119. Customary drink : USUAL
120. A.A.R.P. concerns : SSNS
121. Blood fluids : SERA
122. Robeson of "The Emperor Jones" : PAUL
123. "Now sleeps the crimson ___ . . . ": Tennyson : PETAL
124. J.F.K. visitor : SST
125. Calls for silence : TSTS
1. Bowes, e.g. : MAJOR
2. Together : ASONE
3. Working up old material again : REHASHING
4. Veronese neighbor : MANTUAN
5. "___ y Plata" (Mont. motto) : ORO
6. Transported : CONVEYED
7. Vehicle for Garbo : ANNACHRISTIE
8. This E.G.O. arrived Oct. 16, 1888 : EUGENEGLADSTONEONEILL
9. Santa Fe or Oregon: Abbr. : TRL
10. Fermi focus : ABOMB
11. "The Thief" actor : GABEL
12. Marks with scars : ENSEAMS
13. Time past : YORE
14. Farewells : AVES
15. "___ beanrows will I have . . . ": Yeats : NINE
16. Etta ___ : KETT
19. Tooth: Comb. form : DENTO
21. Vehicle for Lunt: 1928 : MARCOMILLIONS
23. Venison : DEER
28. Handle a problem handily : COPE
34. The old bean : NOODLE
36. "Tears" poet : REESE
37. Forecaster : SEER
39. Town in Liberia or Italy : NEPI
40. Bone hollows : FOSSAE
41. "Poor Man's Tapestry" author : ONIONS
42. It curdles milk : RENNET
43. Panatela residue : ASH
44. "Cara ___," 1954 song : MIA
47. Manta, e.g. : RAY
50. He and Hickey took the stage together : JIMMYTOMORROW
54. Chat idly : GAS
56. Alder tree: Scot. : ARN
57. Israeli city : LOD
58. Circa: Abbr. : ABT
61. Vehicle for Cohan: 1933 : AHWILDERNESS
63. Fragment : SIPPET
64. Buff pumps : POLISH
65. Mother of the Fates, to Plato : ANANKE
66. Roscoe: Abbr. : HTR
67. Monogram for Jesus : IHS
68. Rod : GAT
70. Pop : DAD
73. Hague's "___ Fables" : AESOPS
75. Danny's girl : MARLO
77. Blend batter : STIR
78. F–J link : GHI
79. Pilgrimage to Mecca : HADJ
81. Extends liability coverage : REINSURES
82. "___ to Walt Whitman": García Lorca : ODE
83. French possessive : SES
87. Dean and Edward : ACHESONS
90. Card game : SEVENUP
92. "And mine ___ one": Shak. : ASAD
94. Adjective for Snow White : FAIREST
97. Cupcake toppers : ICERS
98. Alum : GRAD
100. "___ porridge hot . . . " : PEASE
101. Weevil feature : SNOUT
104. German Republic's first president : EBERT
105. Nothingness states : NADAS
106. Upstart : SNIP
107. Hyena, of the comics : LENA
108. Snow-blind? : IGLU
109. Epochal : ERAL
115. Lost lamb's call? : MAA
117. Q–U connection : RST

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