New York Times, Friday, February 1, 1991

Author: Arthur
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.79, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 271 (avg 1.45)
Open Squares: 71, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 10, XRef: 0, Spans: 3
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1. Spunky : GAME
5. An anagram for leaps : SALEP
10. Rat's nest : MESS
14. Coin of old Greece : OBOL
15. Pineapple : ANANA
16. Palo ___, Calif. : ALTO
17. Merry soul's cabbage salad : OLDKINGCOLESLAW
20. Actress in "Rosie!" : DEE
21. Fits to ___ : ATEE
22. Actor Ole and family : OLSENS
23. Petri dish filler : AGAR
24. ___ culpa : MEA
25. Calico horses : PINTOS
28. Switchblade: Slang : SHIV
30. Elec. current unit : AMP
33. Melville novel : OMOO
34. Golfer's hole-___ : INONE
35. Actor Majors : LEE
36. Pieman greeter plays a game : SIMPLESIMONSAYS
40. Apple cider gal : IDA
41. Growing out : ENATE
42. "___ a man who wasn't there" : IMET
43. Actor Danson : TED
44. P.M.'s : AFTS
45. Philanthropists : DONORS
47. Well-known Hollywood initials : RKO
48. Like early TV : LIVE
49. More pallid : ASHIER
52. Vendition : SALE
53. Star below Coogan's Bluff : OTT
56. Second story London visitor : PUSSYCATBURGLAR
59. Ballet star Bruhn: 1928-86 : ERIK
60. Fungus disease of rye : ERGOT
61. Yorkshire river : AIRE
62. Forswear : DENY
63. Cordwood measure : STERE
64. Lug : TOTE
1. Like Whitman : GOOD
2. Habile : ABLE
3. Style : MODE
4. Wapiti : ELK
5. Yule figures : SANTAS
6. Incensement : ANGER
7. Cluny product : LACE
8. Em followers : ENO
9. Golden-coated horse : PALOMINO
10. S. Foster decedent : MASSA
11. "___ et Lui": Sand : ELLE
12. Satirist Freberg : STAN
13. Emulates Appleseed : SOWS
18. A role for J. Ferrer : IAGO
19. Field-hockey team : ELEVEN
23. At the pinnacle : ATOP
25. Presuppose : POSIT
26. Ammonia compound : IMIDE
27. Wanderer : NOMAD
28. Agitated states : SNITS
29. Where you hang your hat : HOME
30. Davy Crockett defended it : ALAMO
31. Author of "The Seven-Per-Cent Solution" : MEYER
32. Nuisances : PESTS
34. "___ with Love . . . ": Rossetti : ISAT
37. "Stone-Age Africa" author : LEAKEY
38. Strong-arms : ENFORCES
39. Trigonometric function : SINE
45. Water down : DILUTE
46. Priestley's "Johnson ___ Jordan" : OVER
47. Perilous : RISKY
48. Part of A.F.L. : LABOR
49. Mimicked : APED
50. Singer Al B. ___ : SURE
51. ___ Hsüeh, a Chinese philosophy : HSIN
52. Computer pt. : STGE
53. Hodgepodge : OLIO
54. Banbury treat : TART
55. Kind of house : TREE
57. It hangs in the Louvre : ART
58. Roscoe : GAT

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