New York Times, Tuesday, November 15, 1983

Author: Charles J. Matonti
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 42, Avg Word Len: 4.82, Missing: { J K Q X }, Scrabble score: 280 (avg 1.53)
Open Squares: 66, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 8, XRef: 0, Spans: 4
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Across Down
1. Injure : HARM
5. Origin : ROOT
9. He painted the Last Supper surrealistically : DALI
13. The Hoosier Poet : RILEY
14. Long : ITCH
15. Aid a raider : ABET
16. Alda and King : ALANS
17. Right of suffrage : VOTE
18. Solomonesque : WISE
19. Prokofiev's "The Love ___" : FORTHREEORANGES
22. Above, in poesy : OER
23. Kind of trip : EGO
24. Woodward's 1957 Oscar winner, with "The" : THREEFACESOFEVE
33. Check for Champion : REIN
34. Deadlocked, as a jury : HUNG
35. Kind of arch. : BYZ
36. Roof part : EAVE
37. Mild cigar : CLARO
39. Evening, in Evian : SOIR
40. Consumed : ATE
41. Word with stay or sail : MAIN
42. Forearm feature : ULNA
43. Nursery group : THREELITTLEPIGS
48. Bacheller hero : DRI
49. Attention : EAR
50. Brecht-Weill opus, with "The" : THREEPENNYOPERA
59. Rime : HOAR
60. "___ go bragh" : ERIN
61. Solomon's sire : DAVID
62. Geyserite : OPAL
63. Raja's wife : RANI
64. Socially superior : ELITE
65. Astronaut Sally : RIDE
66. Thérèse and Jeanne: Abbr. : STES
67. Dover dish : SOLE
1. Hawaiian bay : HILO
2. Like Nike : ALAR
3. Split : RENT
4. "One, two, button ___" : MYSHOE
5. Mexican muralist : RIVERA
6. Western Indian : OTOE
7. Eight: Prefix : OCTO
8. "___ Business Like . . . " : THERESNO
9. Nietzsche's "The ___ Day" : DAWNOF
10. " . . . carry ___ stick" : ABIG
11. ___-majesté : LESE
12. Suffixes for some citizens : ITES
13. U.K. fliers : RAF
20. Zebra controlling Lions and Bears : REF
21. Keyed up : AGOG
24. It can be Dutch : TREAT
25. Moor : HEATH
26. Ohio or Missouri : RIVER
27. Pittsburgh-to-Providence dir. : ENE
28. Celebrate in plainsong : CHANT
29. Prefix for Asia : EUR
30. Christ stopped here in fiction : EBOLI
31. Olympics activity : VYING
32. Prophet and Pound : EZRAS
37. Two-legged measuring instruments : CALIPERS
38. Twice 26 to Tertullian : LII
39. Dine : SUP
41. Poet's pond : MERE
44. Channel conqueror: 1926 : EDERLE
45. McEnroe's sport : TENNIS
46. Minstrel's melody : LAY
47. Disintegrates : ERODES
50. One day a week is his : THOR
51. Pueblo people : HOPI
52. Electric catfish : RAAD
53. Part of Q.E.D. : ERAT
54. Ennead : NINE
55. ___ Alto : PALO
56. Good's antithesis : EVIL
57. Solemnity : RITE
58. A quaff that quenches : ADE

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