New York Times, Saturday, February 23, 1985

Author: Patterson Pepple
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 5.11, Missing: { J X Z }, Scrabble score: 309 (avg 1.63)
Open Squares: 66, Cheaters: 8, FITB: 7, XRef: 0
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Across Down
1. Devotee of the Virgin Mary : MARIST
7. Saintly headwear : HALOES
13. Having a handle : ANSATE
14. Justice : OCONNOR
16. Justice : BRENNAN
17. "Shall ___?" (1937 Gershwin musical) : WEDANCE
18. P.O. abbr. : USM
19. A Henry of motordom : FORDII
21. Make out, barely : EKE
22. Athenian letters : RHOS
24. Common refrigerant : FREON
25. Site of Iowa State U. : AMES
26. Thief : GANEF
28. Lacking : SHY
29. Justice : WHITE
30. These go in varnish : ELEMIS
32. Water wheel : NORIA
34. Tusitala's monogram : RLS
35. Ogata Korin's medium : LACQUER
37. Dizzy Gillespie's forte : BOP
40. Pelican State waterway : BAYOU
41. Roman counterpart of Gaea : TELLUS
43. Frolic : CAPER
46. Towel word : HIS
48. Lariat : RIATA
49. RR mail cars : RPOS
50. Gnocchi, e.g. : PASTA
52. O.T. book : ECCL
53. More explicitly: Abbr. : IOW
54. Yearned, with "for" : PANTED
55. Dutch airline letters : KLM
56. Justice : STEVENS
58. Namesakes of Mohammed's daughter : FATIMAS
61. Slabbed RR timber : POLETIE
62. Ill will : ANIMUS
63. Like a Romney : FLEECY
64. W.W. I "land" : NOMANS
1. Justice : MARSHALL
2. Windflowers : ANEMONES
3. Monogram of "Amusement Park" author : RSN
4. Fleming or Hunter : IAN
5. Rod's biblical companion : STAFF
6. Soprano Alda's "Men, Women and ___" : TENORS
7. "___ do?" (salutation) : HOWDOYOU
8. ___ the hole (hidden asset) : ACEIN
9. N.J. city : LODI
10. "___ Clear Day" : ONA
11. Foe, to Foch : ENNEMI
12. Kind of wrench : SOCKET
15. A.F.B. in Tex. : REESE
16. Justice : BURGER
20. Justice : REHNQUIST
23. Coll. term : SEM
25. Triumphant cry : AHA
27. Anagram for flair : FILAR
29. "Juice jockey" : WIRER
31. For instance : SAY
33. Soak flax : RET
36. Creek at Bridgeton, N.J. : COHANSEY
37. Justice : BLACKMUN
38. Surpass exceedingly in excellence : OUTCLASS
39. Sacred songs : PSALMS
40. Egyptian god of pleasure : BES
42. George's no-no : LIE
43. Like a fresh salad : CRISP
44. " . . . all my fame for ___ ale": Shak. : APOTOF
45. Justice : POWELL
47. Austrian physicist: 1835–93 : STEFAN
50. Kind of button : PANIC
51. Major Joppolo's post : ADANO
54. Rose on a diamond : PETE
57. Winston's sign : VEE
59. Lovable little Dickens lad : TIM
60. "___ Rhinestone Cowboy" : IMA

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