ZOO'S WHO?

New York Times, Sunday, March 4, 1990

Author:Jim Bernhard
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 148, Blocks: 75, Avg Word Len: 4.95, Missing: { J }, Scrabble score: 609 (avg 1.66)
Open Squares: 102, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 15, XRef: 1
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© 1990, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Schickele's Bach : PDQ
4. Diva Lucine : AMARA
9. Exactly vertical : PLUMB
14. Boxing refs' calls : TKOS
18. Stead : LIEU
19. Koran chapters : SURAS
20. Kind of show : RAREE
21. A lagomorph : HARE
22. Napoleon slept here: 1814 : ELBA
23. Pamphlet : TRACT
24. Swelling in plant cells : EDEMA
25. Egyptian sun disk : ATEN
26. Targets for Walter? : CLAYPIDGEONS
29. Lightweight champ Carlos: 1960's : ORTIZ
31. Direct phone link for Bush : HOTLINE
32. Bway. sign : SRO
33. High dwelling : AERIE
35. Org. for Snead : PGA
38. Kind of basil : SWEET
39. Sigma preceder : RHO
41. Antenna for singer Eddie? : RABBITTEARS
44. Parts of dols. : CTS
46. Suppositions : IFS
48. Tito's real name : BROZ
49. Loretta of "M*A*S*H" : SWIT
50. Ingrid's role in "Casablanca" : ILSA
53. Poison for Nero? : WOLFESBANE
56. Luigi's "Enough!" : BASTA
57. Attendance check : ROLLCALL
59. Suckling's output : POESY
60. Old French coin : SOU
61. Writer St. Johns : ADELA
62. Muffin : GEM
64. Penultimate Greek letter : PSI
65. Swindles : RIPSOFF
69. Ball holder : TEE
70. Zhivago's portrayer : SHARIF
73. Medieval land tenure : SOCAGE
75. O'Neill play: 1917 : ILE
76. Sights at Shaker Heights : ESTATES
78. Subvert : SAP
80. Type of buoy : NUN
81. "Oklahoma!" aunt : ELLER
83. Jailbird : CON
84. Went : FARED
86. What 1988 was : LEAPYEAR
88. Phil the Fiddler's creator : ALGER
91. What Michael uses to handle people? : KIDDGLOVES
93. Approximately : ORSO
94. Aaron or Raymond : BURR
95. Dies ___ : IRAE
96. "___ Got Sixpence" : IVE
97. Actress Jillian : ANN
99. Fruit for Buster? : CRABBEAPPLE
103. San Francisco's 49___ : ERS
105. "___ World Turns" : ASTHE
109. Susan of "L.A. Law" : DEY
110. Hawley-___ Tariff Act : SMOOT
111. Denise of "The Garry Moore Show" : LOR
113. Wetlands : MARSHES
115. Kind of acid : FOLIC
117. Observers of a W.Va. legislator? : BYRDWATCHERS
119. Schoenberg's "Moses und ___" : ARON
121. Shaw's phonetic spelling of "fish" : GHOTI
124. Fanon : ORALE
125. Peak : ACME
126. "You're the pants on a ___ usher": Porter : ROXY
127. Spring harbinger : ROBIN
128. Carter and Gwyn : NELLS
129. Play re Sadie Thompson : RAIN
130. Memorable jogger James : FIXX
131. Southfork family name : EWING
132. "Why, thou ___ God . . . ": Shak. : OWEST
133. Stat for Saberhagen : ERA
1. "___ Talk," 1959 film : PILLOW
2. Forensic competition : DEBATE
3. Summons for Dan? : QUAYLECALL
4. Actor in "The Addams Family" : ASTIN
5. Group of crows : MURDER
6. Berlin's "He's ___ Picker" : ARAG
7. Speeds away : RACESOFF
8. Brooke or Mary : ASTOR
9. G.R.F. was one : PRES
10. Terhune dog : LAD
11. British actress Mary : URE
12. Learn by heart : MEMORIZE
13. Grin and ___ : BEARIT
14. Bangkok native : THAI
15. Comedian Mickey's dupes? : KATZPAWS
16. Product of 51 Down : ORE
17. Member of Cong. : SEN
18. Nobelist Walesa and namesakes : LECHS
27. Younger or Elder statesman : PITT
28. Negative conjunction : NOR
30. Asian festival : TET
33. Sore : ABRASION
34. Hard wood : EBONY
36. Spunk : GRIT
37. Charleses' dog : ASTA
40. British actress Wendy : HILLER
42. Conventual superior : ABBESS
43. Jacob's brother's namesakes : ESAUS
45. Namibia, once: Abbr. : SWA
47. Ninth mo. : SEP
50. Steamed : IRATE
51. Deposits : LODES
52. Wintry phenomenon : SLEET
54. Preobrajenska and Spessivtzeva : OLGAS
55. Propitiatory bribe : SOP
56. Shepherdess of rhyme : BOPEEP
58. One of the Dioscuri : CASTOR
60. Mr., in Milano : SIG
63. Adjust unsatisfactorily : MISADAPT
65. Hindu queen : RANEE
66. Warren Moon is one : OILER
67. Siphonaptera members : FLEAS
68. Iron: Comb. form : FERRO
71. Grown-up pullet : HEN
72. Burden, to the Bard : FARDEL
74. ___ City, Calif. : CULVER
77. Acidulous : ACERB
79. Throw : PEG
82. Biggest part for Sue? : LYONSSHARE
84. Dempsey challenger: 1923 : FIRPO
85. Half of MCII : DLI
87. Jehoshaphat's predecessor : ASA
88. Initial alphabetic sequence : ABCD
89. Attract : LURE
90. Fur for Redd? : GRAYFOXX
91. ___ Bay, Yellow Sea inlet : KIAOCHOW
92. Caused a rubber check : OVERDREW
98. Drug cop : NARC
100. Theol. degree : BSL
101. Political exile : EMIGRE
102. English cathedral town : ELY
104. Composer of "The Wiz" : SMALLS
106. Movie thriller in 1977 : THECAR
107. Lysander's love : HERMIA
108. City on the Ruhr : ESSEN
112. Where "The Stein Song" is often sung : ORONO
114. Nuclear trial, for short : ATEST
116. Chalcedony : ONYX
117. Ex-Met director : BING
118. Ridge : WALE
119. Sandy's only word : ARF
120. Jarry's "Ubu ___" : ROI
122. ___-Wan Kenobi of "Star Wars" : OBI
123. Can : TIN

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