New York Times, Monday, February 15, 1982

Author: Emory H. Cain
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 44, Avg Word Len: 4.76, Missing: { B J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 251 (avg 1.39)
Open Squares: 67, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 5, XRef: 2, Spans: 2
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© 1982, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Brewer's material : MASH
5. Inventor of the diving bell : EADS
9. Site of Abbaye aux Hommes : CAEN
13. Division word : INTO
14. Caster : CRUET
15. "Advise none to marry ___ to war": Herbert : ORGO
16. Eerie sound : MOAN
17. Actor Ed : ASNER
18. Actress Patricia : NEAL
19. With 50 Across, sign in a diner : INGODWETRUSTALL
22. Barber or Schoendienst : RED
23. One of a pair at Reno : DIE
24. Airplane wing part : AILERON
28. Sweet course, usually : DESSERT
32. Trampled : TROD
33. "La Valse" composer : RAVEL
35. Division of a minuet : TRIO
36. Greetings : HIS
37. Alcott heroine : MEG
38. African antelope : GNU
39. Bryant creations : ODES
41. Wild : FERAL
43. Part of h.c.l. : COST
44. Some postal workers : SORTERS
46. Descendants of Shem : SEMITES
48. Silkworm : ERI
49. Game for two : GIN
50. See 19 Across : OTHERSPAYINCASH
59. Chick's chirp : PEEP
60. "Horse of the Year": 1963 : KELSO
61. Scottish philosopher : HUME
62. Vetch : TARE
63. Krupp steelworks site : ESSEN
64. A son of Aphrodite : EROS
65. Dog follower : SLED
66. Way out or in : DOOR
67. Tale of the Forsytes : SAGA
1. Comedienne Hines : MIMI
2. Maybe mañana : ANON
3. Party for a groom-to-be : STAG
4. Feted : HONORED
5. Gaelic : ERSE
6. Uncle's counterpart : AUNT
7. Venison source : DEER
8. Pastry containing apple slices : STRUDEL
9. Question the validity of : CONTEST
10. Precinct : AREA
11. Like a peer of Pierre : EGAL
12. Steelers' coach : NOLL
14. Where Macbeth slew Duncan : CAWDOR
20. Berg's "___ Wein" : DER
21. Sib : SIS
24. One of a storied threesome : ATHOS
25. Eye part: Comb. form : IRIDO
26. His wager should have been sager : LOSER
27. Peter, Paul and Mary : NAMES
28. French impressionist : DEGAS
29. Grain disease : ERGOT
30. Cleanse : RINSE
31. Tipsters : TOUTS
34. Pierre's fish bait : VER
40. Imbued : STEEPED
41. Searched a yegg : FRISKED
42. Multitude : LEGION
43. Sure things : CINCHES
45. "The cautious seldom ___": Confucius : ERR
47. Gump's spouse : MIN
50. Elects : OPTS
51. Shade of blue : TEAL
52. On this spot : HERE
53. Peon's pittance : PESO
54. Besides : ALSO
55. North Sea feeder : YSER
56. "___ Lee," 1861 song : AURA
57. One cause of heavy breathing : SMOG
58. "For ___ jolly . . . " : HESA

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