New York Times, Wednesday, March 17, 1982

Author:William E. Heinemann
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 41, Avg Word Len: 4.84, Missing: { J Q V X Z }, Scrabble score: 273 (avg 1.48)
Open Squares: 60, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 8, XRef: 0
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© 1982, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Tip, as a hat : DOFF
5. Like sassy lassies : PERT
9. Spill the beans : BLAB
13. N.Y. island : ELLIS
15. Legendary Irish beauty : EMER
16. Chanteuse Horne : LENA
17. Crept : SLUNK
18. Descartes or Coty : RENE
19. Among : AMID
20. This earned many dollars for Anne Nichols : ABIESIRISHROSE
23. Greek war cry : ALALA
24. Cloth resembling velvet : PANNE
25. Quickly : PRONTO
28. Let : LEASE
30. Cow catcher : LASSO
31. Mil. leaders : CDRS
32. Jolly boat : YAWL
36. Letters often rolled in brogue : ARS
37. Beginning for cosmic : NEO
39. Orphan Annie's Oriental friend : ASP
41. Word to a black sheep : BAA
42. Affirmatives : YEAS
44. Dozes : NAPS
46. Paradise nymph : HOURI
48. "___ la vista!" : HASTA
50. Hit a high ball : LOFTED
51. ___-fire : CEASE
53. He has taking ways : THIEF
55. Music by Shamus O'Connor: 1917 : MACNAMARASBAND
59. Soon : ANON
60. Young herring : BRIT
61. Major Hoople's expletives : EGADS
63. Fly alone : SOLO
64. Hibernian export : LACE
65. Middle East peninsula : SINAI
66. Ending for four, six, etc. : TEEN
67. Club members : ELKS
68. Negative votes : NAYS
1. ___ Moines : DES
2. Pot, in Tijuana : OLLA
3. Bungle : FLUB
4. "___ Rainbow," 1947 B'way hit : FINIANS
5. Jeopardy : PERIL
6. ___ Isle : EMERALD
7. Bolognese painter: 1575–1642 : RENI
8. Encroachment : TRESPASS
9. Cajolery : BLARNEY
10. Drop, of a sort : LEMON
11. Cordial flavoring : ANISE
12. Directed : BADE
14. Hoosier comedian : SKELTON
21. ___ Paulo, Brazil : SAO
22. "___ Anybody Here Seen Kelly?": 1909 song : HAS
25. Sean O'Casey product : PLAY
26. Like a day in June : RARE
27. Where to "pile Pelion" : OSSA
29. Lynn Nolan Ryan's annual stats : ERAS
31. Ulster, e.g. : COAT
33. Border on : ABUT
34. Follower of hard or soft : WARE
35. "Dial" backwards : LAID
38. Performing group : ENSEMBLE
40. Flycatchers : PHOEBES
43. Airport near Limerick : SHANNON
45. Famous saint, son of a Celto-Roman : PATRICK
47. Start of Finnigin's cable to Flannigan : OFFAGIN
49. ___ rule (generally) : ASA
50. Lily, in Lille : LIS
51. Rob Roy or buckeye : CANOE
52. Lycée's relative : ECOLE
54. Abhors : HATES
55. Hog food : MAST
56. Russian sea : ARAL
57. Dog in a Barrie play : NANA
58. Start of Operation Overlord : DDAY
62. Fam. member : SIS

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