New York Times, Saturday, April 21, 1984

Author:Tripp
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.85, Missing: { J Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 257 (avg 1.36)
Open Squares: 70, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 5, XRef: 1
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© 1984, The New York Times
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1. Aid a felon : ABET
5. Escape : EVADE
10. River in W Europe : SAAR
14. Washington Square lass : ROSE
15. Aegean gulf : SAROS
16. Quechuan : INCA
17. Knicks' rivals : NETS
18. Frozen rain : SLEET
19. Type of cloth : LOIN
20. Trilogy by Aeschylus : ORESTEIA
22. List of things to be done : AGENDA
24. Centuries and centuries : EONS
25. Arabian gulf : OMAN
26. Peasant : CHURL
29. "Alcestis" dramatist : EURIPIDES
34. McDonald or Colman : RONALD
36. Resident of Viborg : DANE
37. ___ Miss : OLE
38. Eleven, in Ecuador : ONCE
39. Exalt : RAISE
41. Phoenician seaport : TYRE
42. Religious org. : SDA
43. Ma Kettle portrayer : MAIN
44. President called Old Buena Vista : TAYLOR
46. "Antigone" dramatist : SOPHOCLES
49. Lady Jane and Joel : GREYS
50. Plato "Symposium" topic : EROS
51. Mitchell's mansion : TARA
53. Conquered : FALLEN
56. Athenian comedist : MENANDER
60. Wheeling's river : OHIO
61. "___ the Body Electric": Bradbury : ISING
63. El Bahr : NILE
64. Pious jargon : CANT
65. Zeal : ARDOR
66. Bearish group of stars : URSA
67. Nigerian group : IBOS
68. Clamant : NOISY
69. Straw beehive : SKEP
1. Memorable cartoonist : ARNO
2. Dutch South African : BOER
3. Borgia in-law : ESTE
4. Musts for mosaics : TESSERAE
5. To eat, in Emden : ESSEN
6. Traveling bag : VALISE
7. Space : AREA
8. Female rabbit : DOE
9. Bistro; café : ESTAMINET
10. Satyrs' kin : SILENI
11. Soon : ANON
12. Astringent : ACID
13. Bombay bigwig : RANA
21. User's fee : TOLL
23. Stare in surprise : GAPE
25. Anglo-Saxon currency : ORAS
26. Charles ___, pop singer : CROSS
27. John Wayne film: 1953 : HONDO
28. Open a bottle : UNCAP
30. Commune in NE Italy : UDINE
31. Author of "The White Company" : DOYLE
32. Hirsch of football fame : ELROY
33. Calchas and Mopsus, e.g. : SEERS
35. Severe : DRACONIAN
40. Is infirm : AILS
41. "Oedipus ___," by 46 Across : TYRANNUS
43. "Mondo Cane" theme song : MORE
45. Taj Mahal's city : AGRA
47. Slaves of Spartans : HELOTS
48. Members of a certain pool : STENOS
52. "Twelve ___ Men" : ANGRY
53. Primary points : FOCI
54. Whaler of fiction : AHAB
55. Kind of type or cut : LINO
56. Noon, in Neuilly : MIDI
57. Actor Bogarde : DIRK
58. Other : ELSE
59. Harvest : REAP
62. B'way message : SRO

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