Eugene T. Maleska
Eugene T. Maleska 

New York Times, Wednesday, October 17, 1990

Author: Eugene T. Maleska
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.16, Missing: { G J K Q X Y Z }, Scrabble score: 266 (avg 1.39)
Open Squares: 67, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 11, XRef: 0, Spans: 3
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Across Down
1. Jennings's employer : ABC
4. Hot under the collar : IRATE
9. Actor stung in "The Sting" : SHAW
13. "King ___," Jack Kent comic strip : AROO
14. Stone ware : NOVEL
15. Sunny's ___, Derby winner: 1983 : HALO
16. Start of a quip re dieting, not smoking, etc. : ITSNOTWILLPOWER
19. Type of bike : TENSPEED
20. Used a mangle : IRONED
21. Medrick or scray : TERN
22. Lampblack : SOOT
23. Aptly named pure-food reformer : MCCANN
26. Homophone for Mame's title : ANTE
27. Wheel projection : CAM
30. Attain justly : EARN
31. Ambiance : AURA
33. Actress Oberon : MERLE
35. Quip: Part II : THATALLOFUSNEED
38. ___ goose (arctic bird) : ROSSS
39. Substantive : NOUN
40. Edward de ___ (the "real" Shakespeare?) : VERE
41. Cries of pain : OWS
42. Con man's fakery : SCAM
44. "Valse ___": Sibelius : TRISTE
46. Brocket or pudu : DEER
47. Grasps : SEES
48. Celia's alias in "As You Like It" : ALIENA
51. Subtle, misleading reasoners : CASUISTS
55. End of the quip : BUTITSWONTPOWER
57. Cupid : EROS
58. Horatian creation : EPODE
59. Laughton role: 1932 : NERO
60. Ramadan equivalent : LENT
61. Passé : DATED
62. Carson subject : SEA
1. "Vissi d'___," Puccini aria : ARTE
2. Capt.'s deck aide : BOSN
3. Things that don't change : CONSTANTS
4. Subjective : INTERNAL
5. Aftermath : ROWEN
6. Athirst : AVID
7. ___ Aviv : TEL
8. Singer Cass ___: 1941-74 : ELLIOT
9. Trip a shutter : SHOOT
10. Actress Goldie : HAWN
11. Nautical term : ALEE
12. Tidings : WORD
13. Islet : AIT
17. Candid : OPEN
18. Introductions : PROEMS
22. Mix-up, G.I. style : SNAFU
23. Milan's subway : METRO
24. Bermudan petrel : CAHOW
25. Boorish : CRASS
26. Woolf's "___ of One's Own" : AROOM
27. A Mont. group : CREES
28. Bright-eyed and bushy-tailed : ALERT
29. Cherubini opera : MEDEE
32. Of a forearm bone : ULNAR
34. Pictures mentally : ENVISIONS
36. Aye or yea : ASSENT
37. Raw : UNTESTED
43. Left off : CEASED
45. Enlist again, as a G.I. : REUP
46. Voltaire, e.g. : DEIST
47. Famed jockey : SANDE
48. Fourth person : ABEL
49. Item for a troller : LURE
50. Lay ___ (flatter) : ITON
51. Foolish old man : COOT
52. ___ Pea, Popeye's adoptee : SWEE
53. Japanese monastery : TERA
54. Pleased producer's placard : SRO
56. An F.D.R. measure : WPA

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