New York Times, Thursday, March 25, 1982

Author: C. J. Angio
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.92, Missing: { J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 307 (avg 1.64)
Open Squares: 69, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 10, XRef: 1
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Across Down
1. Masefield's "The ___ Wind" : WEST
5. Sixth-month heroes : DADS
9. Bankrolls, informally : WADS
13. Prefix with tank : ANTI
14. Homeric work : ILIAD
16. Where to see tigers : ASIA
17. U. of Maryland athlete : TERP
18. A DiMaggio : VINCE
19. Romeo's last act : KISS
20. Calchas's daughter : CRESSIDA
22. She wrote "The Women's Room" : FRENCH
24. Cub reporter's brash question to a dowager : HOWOLDAREYOU
26. Life, in Lyon : VIE
27. Like Gable's chin : DIMPLED
31. Pope John XXIII's "___ in Terris" : PACEM
34. Hippodrome : ARENA
36. English Channel feeder : EXE
37. Scent : ODOR
38. Victimized by a con man : STUNG
39. "Our Lady of ___": Swinburne : PAIN
40. Beaked warship : RAM
41. Cliques : CLANS
42. ___ Harry, Eastwood role : DIRTY
43. Muddle : EMBROIL
45. Stat for Gossage : ERA
46. Dowager's reply to 24 Across : IMPLENTYNINE
52. Porter : REDCAP
55. One who sits shivah : CONSOLER
56. Ballet's Bruhn : ERIK
57. Chew the scenery : EMOTE
59. She wrote "I'll Never Smile Again" : LOWE
60. Sightless trio : MICE
61. Triangular letter : DELTA
62. With: Fr. : AVEC
63. Atramentous : INKY
64. Trotsky : LEON
65. Painter José Maria : SERT
1. Usual gift for a retiree : WATCH
2. Febrero follows it : ENERO
3. Spread around : STREW
4. Cants : TIPSOVER
5. Great ___ (Rockies watershed) : DIVIDE
6. Actress Valli : ALIDA
7. Money in Kuwait : DINAR
8. Fox's relative : SAC
9. Rousing words : WAKEUP
10. A ___ apple : ASIN
11. Studio spinner : DISC
12. Frame for panes : SASH
15. Rebel's activity : DEFYING
21. Singer Whitman : SLIM
23. "Tosca" locale : ROMA
25. Noble English family : EDENS
28. Role for Arnold Moss : LEAR
29. Sartre's "No ___" : EXIT
30. Gainsay : DENY
31. Hit the books : PORE
32. A first mate : ADAM
33. What Brynner needn't carry : COMB
34. In any way : ATALL
35. Smuggle : RUN
38. Lost footing : SLIPPED
39. Automatic music makers : PIANOLAS
41. Best seller by Robin Cook : COMA
42. Smith's opponents in 1928 : DRYS
44. Gin drink : RICKEY
45. Adjective for Vulcan's forge : ETNEAN
47. St.-Cyr-l'___ : ECOLE
48. "Theirs ___ reason why": Tennyson : NOTTO
49. "___ Lucy" : ILOVE
50. More recent : NEWER
51. Not slouching : ERECT
52. Allies of Caesar in 57 B.C. : REMI
53. A Walton : ERIN
54. Tess's bridegroom : DICK
58. Actor Ferrer : MEL

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