GUESS WHO!

New York Times, Sunday, October 5, 1980

Author:Raymond F. Eisner
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 170, Blocks: 84, Avg Word Len: 5.24, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 649 (avg 1.46)
Open Squares: 165, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 13, XRef: 0
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© 1980, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Chamber ensemble : OCTET
6. Bowler's problem : SPLIT
11. "And why the ___ boiling hot" : SEAIS
16. ___-Powell (Sir R. S. Smyth) : BADEN
21. U. of Maine site : ORONO
22. Marie Louise de la Ramée : OUIDA
23. Sam or Tom : UNCLE
24. Anoint, old style : ANELE
25. Ann Myrtle Swoyer : NANCYWALKER
27. Issur Danielovitch : KIRKDOUGLAS
29. Hershfield's "Agent" : ABIE
30. Ends of churches : APSES
31. "The ___ of sin . . . " : WAGES
32. Parts of structures : HBEAMS
33. Meccawee, e.g. : ASIAN
34. Companies : FIRMS
35. Brontë pen name : BELL
36. Unit on a space vehicle : LEM
39. Relative of a via : ITER
40. Heavenly sustenance : MANNA
41. Dance's partner : DINE
42. Liberian native : GBE
45. To startle, in Savoie : ALARMER
47. Richard Starkey : RINGOSTARR
49. ___ Palmas : LAS
50. Diverse : VARIED
51. Oracle site : DELOS
52. Vallee : RUDY
53. Campus org. : ROTC
54. "Once upon ___ . . . " : ATIME
55. Twirling rod : BATON
56. Yaks : CHINS
58. Contralto Glaz : HERTA
59. Depend : RELY
60. Elaborate party : FETE
61. Piggy : SHOAT
62. Two-edged sword : RAPIER
63. Fool follower : ERY
64. Charles Farrar Browne : ARTEMUSWARD
67. Charles Henry Smith : BILLARP
68. Elephant grass : NAPIER
70. Grand backer : STAND
71. Onion-flavored rolls : BIALYS
72. Small hand drum : TIMBREL
74. Nathan Birnbaum : GEORGEBURNS
76. Peaked : WAN
79. Loved dearly : ADORED
80. City in Afghanistan : HERAT
81. Word with while : ERST
82. Hawaiian shark : MANO
83. Horne and Nyman : LENAS
84. "___ Macabre" : DANSE
85. Latin teacher's command : PARSE
87. Tropical fruit : MANGO
88. Brewer's yeast : BARM
89. Orifice : PORE
90. Plein-air painter : MANET
91. Is responsible for : CAUSES
92. Nebraska Indian : OTO
93. Karoline Blamauer : LOTTELENYA
96. Express sympathy : CONDOLE
97. Pipe joint : TEE
98. City of the Huguenots : SENS
99. Vice ___ : VERSA
100. Bathe : LAVE
101. Cain's land : NOD
102. Lobes in moss leaves : ALAE
103. On a large scale : BIGLY
104. Classified : RATED
105. Fidel's friends : AMIGOS
108. Old: Comb. form : PALAE
109. Signorina Scicolone : LOREN
110. Laboratory medium : AGAR
114. Mary Ann Evans : GEORGEELIOT
116. Michael Gubitosi : ROBERTBLAKE
118. Nine: Comb. form : ENNEA
119. Meat, in Madrid : CARNE
120. "___ With Me" : ABIDE
121. Spent : ALLIN
122. Krupp Works locale : ESSEN
123. Eire's first family: 1938–45 : HYDES
124. Luciano Pavarotti, for one : TENOR
125. Signified : MEANT
1. Chaplin's widow : OONA
2. Master-tailor : CRAB
3. Tennille : TONI
4. Suffix with differ : ENCE
5. Haydn's ___ Symphony : TOY
6. More unctuous : SOAPIER
7. Celestial source of radio waves : PULSAR
8. Draw a parallel : LIKEN
9. When Brutus struck : IDES
10. Ralph Rackstraw, e.g. : TAR
11. Indonesian statesman : SUKARNO
12. Mysteries : ENIGMAS
13. Lots of land : ACRES
14. Kinds : ILKS
15. Conjunction for Cato : SED
16. Gewgaw : BAUBLE
17. Seraph : ANGEL
18. Rue ___ Paix : DELA
19. Media was its neighbor : ELAM
20. Much-studied lake : NESS
26. Was prodigal : WASTED
28. William Sydney Porter : OHENRY
31. McCartney group : WINGS
33. Actress Anouk : AIMEE
34. Papal vestment : FANON
35. Creepers and rollers : BIRDS
36. Molière drama : LAVARE
37. Snapping beetle : ELATER
38. Norma Jean Mortenson : MARILYNMONROE
40. Grain sorghum : MILO
41. Intimidate : DAUNT
42. Josephine Swenson : GLORIASWANSON
43. Swinger in Fenway Park : BATTER
44. Steep slope : ESCARP
46. Frosted : RIMY
47. O.T. juniper : RETEM
48. Chord of three tones : TRIAD
51. Librarian's device : DATER
53. Acknowledge an R.S.V.P. : REPLY
55. Climbing pepper : BETEL
56. Baby linked with Eng : CHANG
57. Batu Khan's Golden ___ : HORDE
58. Aula and odeum : HALLS
60. Squiffed : FRIED
61. Dark-colored : SWART
62. Laughing : RIANT
64. After, in Avignon : APRES
65. Consumers : USERS
66. Greek porticoes : STOAE
67. Bristle, in Bute : BIRSE
69. Garfield's middle name : ABRAM
71. Cloud or sun follower : BURST
72. Lyle from Pittsburgh : TALBOT
73. Preconceive : IDEATE
74. Janet Flanner : GENET
75. City near Cleveland : BEREA
77. San ___, spa in western Texas : ANGELO
78. Caught in a springe : NOOSED
80. TV couple : HARTS
82. Poem by Tennyson : MAUD
84. Blackmore's Lorna : DOONE
85. Heartsease : PANSY
86. Novelist Seton : ANYA
87. Like stallions : MANED
89. Crosby hit : PLEASE
90. Bluish-gray : MERLE
91. London's famed Garden : COVENT
94. Satan : EVILONE
95. Envoys : LEGATES
96. Wedding figure : CATERER
98. Catch phrase : SLOGAN
100. City on the Rio Grande : LAREDO
102. Consent to : AGREE
103. TV pioneer : BAIRD
104. Actor Williams : ROBIN
105. Author James: 1909–55 : AGEE
106. "___ sana . . . " : MENS
107. Free electrons : IONS
108. Pinter product : PLAY
109. It's often pierced : LOBE
110. River in Poland : ALLE
111. Festival : GALA
112. Consanguineous : AKIN
113. Take a lease on : RENT
115. Flight formation: Abbr. : ECH
116. Bandicoot : RAT
117. Socko! : BAM

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