Eugene T. Maleska
Eugene T. Maleska 

New York Times, Saturday, March 14, 1987

Author: Eugene T. Maleska
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 5.00, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 272 (avg 1.47)
Open Squares: 67, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 4, XRef: 0
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1. Word that stops trucks : EATS
5. First Egyptian king : MENES
10. "McElligot's ___": Dr. Seuss : POOL
14. Causerie : CHAT
15. Eminence grise : AGENT
16. Qualified : ABLE
17. Actress Nelligan : KATE
18. Vestige : TRACE
19. Bantingize : DIET
20. Soothsayer's warning to Caesar : BEWARETHEIDES
23. "Thank's ___ !" : ALOT
24. Chevet : APSE
25. Este, to Tasso : PATRON
28. Cricket player : FIELDER
31. Avoid artfully : ELUDE
32. Lave lightly : RINSE
33. "You," to C. Porter : TOP
35. Some Pei products : ELLS
36. Protect a wall : REVET
37. "___ wear a lion's hide!": Shak. : THOU
38. Lily, in Lille : LIS
39. Set 88 straight : TUNED
40. Catcher in the Rhone : SEINE
41. Ancient city famed for cold cuts? : SALAMIS
43. "Laura" lyrist : MERCER
44. Ohio, to René : ETAT
45. Trollope's "Orley ___" : FARM
46. Caesar's reply : BUTINEVERFISH
51. The core of rapport : TACT
52. Leaden : INERT
53. Lisper's adage? : THAW
55. Truant : IDLE
56. Mites : ACARI
57. Large kangaroo : EURO
58. Kieffer or Anjou : PEAR
59. Chute material : NYLON
60. Matelote, e.g. : STEW
1. Luther foe : ECK
2. Whaler sailor : AHAB
3. Poet Nahum : TATE
4. They mind their manors : STEWARDS
5. Female guard : MATRON
6. Showy bird : EGRET
7. Spruce : NEAT
8. Like some gangs : ENCHAINED
9. Most high-priced : STEEPEST
10. Protected, as goalies : PADDED
11. Tony's cousin : OBIE
12. Corrida cheers : OLES
13. Court call : LET
21. Lotion ingredient : ALOE
22. Man is one : ISLE
25. Baker's tool : PEEL
26. European shad : ALLIS
27. Okla. oil center : TULSA
28. Nets and Nuggets : FIVES
29. Moral code : ETHIC
30. ABC's Arledge : ROONE
32. Opposition : RENITENCY
34. Cicero, in 100 B.C. : PUER
36. Native of Brasov : RUMANIAN
37. House wreckers : TERMITES
39. Actor Jacques : TATI
40. Villein : SERF
42. R, F or D : LETTER
43. Small swallow : MARTIN
45. Iron: Comb. form : FERRO
46. Ordered : BADE
47. U.S.C. rival : UCLA
48. Patty base : VEAL
49. Bar : SHUT
50. Jack rabbit : HARE
51. Pourboire : TIP
54. Smash hit : WOW

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