New York Times, Wednesday, March 21, 1984

Author: Willemain O. Cable
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.92, Missing: { J K Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 284 (avg 1.52)
Open Squares: 75, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 12, XRef: 1, Spans: 3
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© 1984, The New York Times
Across Down
1. "Desire Under the ___" : ELMS
5. Bambi and friends : DEER
9. Singer Page : PATTI
14. Richard Wilbur, e.g. : POET
15. Wylie's "Night ___ Night" : UNTO
16. Of the bees : APIAN
17. Notion : IDEA
18. Datum : FACT
19. Sing, Alpine style: Var. : YODLE
20. L.A. : CITYOFTHEANGELS
23. Actor Louis : NYE
24. Prevarication : LIE
25. Team from College Station, Tex. : AGGIES
29. Tree-lined walks : ALAMEDAS
34. Puppeteer Lewis : SHARI
35. " . . . get a man with ___": Berlin : AGUN
36. Summer quaff : ADE
37. Beach Boys hit of the 60's : CALIFORNIAGIRLS
41. Chemical suffix : ANE
42. ___ van der Rohe : MIES
43. Assesses : RATES
44. Cure-alls : PANACEAS
47. Funt's funmaker : CAMERA
48. Hammarskjöld : DAG
49. Chart : MAP
50. S.F. : BAGHDADBYTHEBAY
59. Like some hallowed halls : IVIED
60. Nubbins : EARS
61. London gallery : TATE
62. Pola of the silents : NEGRI
63. Indigenous Japanese : AINU
64. Prolific auth. : ANON
65. Natives of NE U.S. : ERIES
66. Brouhaha : FLAP
67. Eye part : LENS
1. Typical De Mille film : EPIC
2. City SSE of Sacramento : LODI
3. "___ Me in St. Louis" : MEET
4. Girdle girder : STAY
5. Popular radio tavern : DUFFYS
6. Related through Mom : ENATE
7. Delineate : ETCH
8. Learning via repetition : ROTE
9. Heathen, once : PAYNIM
10. Highest or farthest point : APOGEE
11. Time's partner : TIDE
12. Wayne's "___ in the Saddle" : TALL
13. Name for a señorita : INES
21. "___ by land . . . " : ONEIF
22. One of the Ladds : ALANA
25. Rival of B.M.I. : ASCAP
26. Accra's republic : GHANA
27. Famed Greek physician : GALEN
28. A grandson of Benjamin : IRI
29. Dancing De Mille : AGNES
30. San ___ Obispo : LUIS
31. Puccini's "Vissi ___" : DARTE
32. Freud associate : ADLER
33. ___ Aurunca, town NNW of Napoli : SESSA
35. See 31 Down : ARIA
38. Alpha's antithesis : OMEGA
39. Kind of paper : GRAPH
40. "___ Woman" : IAM
45. Stick : ADHERE
46. Worsted yarn : CADDIS
47. Hamburger garnish : CATSUP
49. Loy : MYRNA
50. Honeysuckle, e.g. : BINE
51. Say it's so : AVER
52. Role for Leslie : GIGI
53. Heedless : DEAF
54. Legal surety : BAIL
55. Lat. catchall phrase : ETAL
56. Follower of rats or hen : BANE
57. Like ___ of bricks : ATON
58. Oriental urges? : YENS

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