Eugene T. Maleska
Eugene T. Maleska 

New York Times, Friday, October 22, 1982

Author: Eugene T. Maleska
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.92, Missing: { H J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 291 (avg 1.56)
Open Squares: 70, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 7, XRef: 0
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Across Down
1. "___ Daughter," Marquand book : BFS
4. Knight's steel splint : TASSE
9. Shareholder's delight : GAIN
13. French copper : FLIC
14. Russian soldiers : IVANS
15. Lhasa ___, Tibetan dog : APSO
16. Bombay bigwig : RANA
17. Dunner's command : PAYUP
18. "Take ___ your leader" : METO
19. Coming forth : EMANATING
21. Nile city : LUXOR
22. Collector of postcards : DELTIOLOGIST
24. Angers : IRES
25. Gareth's father : LOT
26. Dandiprat : BOY
29. Mudville slugger : CASEY
32. Warbucks' sawbucks : TENSPOTS
34. Flaws and all : ASIS
35. Oodles : SCADS
37. Pandurina : LUTE
38. The boss, to a steno : DICTATOR
40. Bowl at Jacksonville : GATOR
41. Buffalo's relative : YAK
42. Hood's exit : LAM
43. Use a radar device : SCAN
45. Gem engraver : GLYPTOLOGIST
50. Wallace's running mate: 1968 : LEMAY
53. Aroma : REDOLENCE
54. Tel ___ : AVIV
55. Quant's skirts : MINIS
56. Wood knot : NURL
57. Pool or fen : MERE
58. Moot point : ISSUE
59. Lake in Canada : CREE
60. Musician Jacques : BREL
61. Pullulates : TEEMS
62. Tree used for bows : YEW
1. Mame's onus : BLAME
2. Newspaper edition : FINAL
3. Most insufficient : SCANTIEST
4. Walk through tulips : TIPTOE
5. Profits : AVAILS
6. "I Cain't ___" : SAYNO
7. Got cozy : SNUGGLED
8. Sixth sense, for short : ESP
9. A-to-Z course : GAMUT
10. Cusp : APEX
11. "It ___ laugh": Pinero : ISTO
12. Race horse or Jordanian queen : NOOR
13. Stone or Flintstone : FRED
20. Flippant : AIRY
21. Utah Beach craft : LSTS
23. Free electrons : IONS
26. Sock exchange : BOUT
27. Nobelist Wallach: 1910 : OTTO
28. Belgian canals-connector : YSER
29. Designer of the old Met : CADY
30. Where Bhutan is : ASIA
31. Kind of bay : SICK
32. Dick Deadeye, e.g. : TAR
33. Expressiveness : PLANGENCY
35. Command to Fido : STAY
36. Make up : COMPRISE
39. Friend in a fray : ALLY
40. British pen : GAOL
43. Borax base : SODIUM
44. Padlocks : CLOSES
45. What O'Neill wields : GAVEL
46. Perfect, e.g. : TENSE
47. Toughen : INURE
48. Ship's propeller : SCREW
49. Part of TV : TELE
50. Mary's follower : LAMB
51. " . . . happily ___ after" : EVER
52. Slue goo : MIRE
55. Inst. near Harvard : MIT

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