New York Times, Friday, October 4, 1985

Author: Daniel Girardi
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 4.87, Missing: { J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 277 (avg 1.50)
Open Squares: 64, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 8, XRef: 0
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1. Coptic church father : ABBA
5. Org. that nabbed Dillinger : FBI
8. One of Zeus's disguises : SWAN
12. Wind sound : MOAN
13. Radio's "___ Mrs. North" : MRAND
15. Sen. Metzenbaum's state : OHIO
16. ___ of Court : INNS
17. Ventrical artery : AORTA
18. Kind of farmer : DIRT
19. York of the A.E.F. : SGT
20. Pedagogy deg. : PDM
21. Mauve Decade, e.g. : ERA
23. Nautical chain : TYE
24. Colorful royal line : HOUSEOFORANGE
28. Lend an ear to "The Shadow" : TUNEIN
29. ___-Coeur, Parisian basilica : SACRE
32. Estival's opposite : HIBERNAL
35. Crystalline medicine : ALOIN
36. Redolence : ODOR
37. Zodiacal leader : ARIES
40. Moldavian city : IASI
41. Former Italian president : LEONE
43. Covered with laurels : EXTOLLED
45. Wreck : TOTAL
46. "2001: ___ Odyssey" : ASPACE
47. Pedantic women : BLUESTOCKINGS
52. Loki's daughter : HEL
54. Wgts. : LBS
55. N.H. and N.M. : STS
56. Metric measure : ARE
57. Heraldic dog : ALAN
59. Broadway offering : REVUE
61. Always : EVER
62. Ginger root : RACE
63. Anagram for snore : ONERS
64. Forbidden, in Frankfurt : TABU
65. ___ cap (mushroom) : INKY
66. Certain golf shot : TEE
67. Racing announcer McCarthy : CLEM
1. Ammann's sect : AMISH
2. Large antelope : BONGO
3. Xhosa's linguistic family : BANTU
4. Ques. opposite : ANS
5. Rockwell's "Freedom ___" : FROMFEAR
6. Snippet of music : BAR
7. Detain, an an alien : INTERN
8. Gardener's purchase : SOD
9. Water power or electricity : WHITECOAL
10. Buoyant : AIRY
11. Bank offering : NOTE
13. Raphael's "Sistine ___" : MADONNA
14. Enzo ___, noted basso : DARA
20. Antoine's dread : PEUR
22. Astronomical handle : ANSA
25. Of the breastbone : STERNAL
26. Most unctuous : OILIEST
27. A last name in astronomy : GALILEI
30. Small hill : RISE
31. Phillips University site : ENID
32. Jack or Tim of films : HOLT
33. Concept: Comb. form : IDEO
34. Pump polisher : BOOTBLACK
38. Photographer's concern : EXPOSURE
39. Biblical spices : STACTES
42. Month after Ab : ELUL
44. Tails for bulls and hills : OCKS
46. Sanction : ASSENT
48. Spain's longest river : EBRO
49. Kind of engagement : NAVAL
50. Diving bird : GREBE
51. Red Cross item : SERUM
52. Actor Rhodes : HARI
53. Dash : ELAN
58. Napoleon's "bravest of the brave" : NEY
60. Garment cut : VEE
61. Handy abbr. : ETC

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