New York Times, Thursday, November 4, 1982

Author:Nancy McCarthy
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 44, Avg Word Len: 4.64, Missing: { J Q V X Z }, Scrabble score: 280 (avg 1.55)
Open Squares: 57, Cheaters: 8, FITB: 7, XRef: 0
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Across Down
1. Russian revolutionist : LENIN
6. Lusitania signal : SOS
9. Lost leader: May 4, 1980 : TITO
13. Goodnight girl : IRENE
14. Large kangaroo : EURO
15. Pan foe : HOOK
16. Big-band singer : FRANWARREN
18. "Belvedere of Sicily" : ENNA
19. Second-sight letters : ESP
20. Pirates, e.g. : NINE
21. Not quite right : AMISS
23. Eliot hero : BEDE
24. Egyptian symbol : ATEN
25. Obtrude (upon) : IMPOSE
28. Bobby-soxer's turn-on : FRANKIE
31. Roy and soy : BEANS
32. Crafts' partner : ARTS
33. Cinch : SNAP
35. "It's ___ to Tell . . . " : ASIN
36. Le ___ Soleil : ROI
37. Places : PUTS
38. Indian noblewoman : RANI
39. Sharpen : HONE
40. Reflects deeply : PORES
41. Sex hormone : STEROID
43. Present but unseen : LATENT
44. Glabrous : BALD
45. Severinsen et al. : DOCS
46. Giraffe's cousin : OKAPI
48. Disk for Gretzky : PUCK
49. "Eureka!" : AHA
52. Kind of rock music : PUNK
53. Big-band singer : DICKHAYMES
56. Fit to ___ : ATEE
57. Essen elder : ALTE
58. Fun's partner : GAMES
59. Belgian river : YSER
60. Something she didn't say : YES
61. Archilochus' lyric creation : EPODE
1. Animation : LIFE
2. Drops a fly : ERRS
3. A tide : NEAP
4. Stopover : INN
5. Novelty : NEWNESS
6. Yes, indeed : SURE
7. Earth's valuable yield : ORE
8. Concert pieces : SONATAS
9. "If I Didn't Care" quartet : THEINKSPOTS
10. Charged atoms : IONS
11. Loads : TONS
12. Trappist cheese : OKA
14. River into Donegal Bay : ERNE
17. Coadjutor : AIDE
22. Alcott's "Little ___" : MEN
23. "Oh Johnny . . . " wee warbler : BONNIEBAKER
24. Bandleader Shaw : ARTIE
25. Construction member : IBAR
26. Flat-topped hills : MESAS
27. "Goodbye, Old ___" : PAINT
28. Fern leaf : FROND
29. Harden : INURE
30. Gnawed : EATEN
32. Skunk cabbage, for one : AROID
34. Sly attention-getter : PSST
39. Singer Billie : HOLIDAY
40. CARE ___ : PACKAGE
42. Chat with a teener : RAP
43. Maxine Sullivan's "___ Lomond" : LOCH
45. Mr. Ellington : DUKE
46. Pitchers' quests : OUTS
47. Genu : KNEE
48. Agts.' cuts : PCTS
49. Pineapples, e.g. : AMMO
50. Mark : HEED
51. African fox : ASSE
52. Slacken a rope, with "out" : PAY
54. O'Neill play : ILE
55. One of the Carolines : YAP

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