New York Times, Monday, April 23, 1984

Author: Murphy
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.79, Missing: { J Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 273 (avg 1.46)
Open Squares: 71, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 9, XRef: 0
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1. Faint-hearted : TIMID
6. Victoria, to Disraeli : MAAM
10. Ziegfeld, to Anna Held : FLO
13. Like Mary's little pet : OVINE
14. Girl's name in Omsk : OLGA
15. Quahog : CLAM
16. Koch's "Mayor" is one : BESTSELLER
18. Enthusiastic review : RAVE
19. "___ Perpetua," Idaho motto : ESTO
20. Merry : GAY
21. Hoffman role : KRAMER
23. Del ___, Calif. : MAR
24. Elsa, e.g. : LIONESS
25. Alarmed : SCARED
29. Lagniappe : BONUS
30. Avid : EAGER
31. Absent-minded : FORGETFUL
35. Greek vowels : ETAS
36. Rosencrantz and Guildenstern : DANES
37. Stewpot : OLLA
38. Characters in "The Onion Field" : POLICEMEN
40. Prepare dough : KNEAD
41. Gluts : SATES
42. Philanthropists' antitheses : MISERS
43. Roped by all fours : HOGTIED
46. Belmont transaction : BET
47. E.T. et al. : ALIENS
48. Snake or scarf : BOA
49. Stead : LIEU
53. Bowsprit : SPAR
54. Chamberlain TV miniseries, with "The" : THORNBIRDS
57. Felt-tips, e.g. : PENS
58. Saarinen : EERO
59. Saw : ADAGE
60. Concorde : SST
61. Pitcher Nolan ___ : RYAN
62. Ramblers : ROSES
1. What "être" means : TOBE
2. Burl of songs and films : IVES
3. Fog's kin : MIST
4. "___ each life . . . " : INTO
5. ___ Plaines, Ill. : DES
6. Bicuspid's neighbor : MOLAR
7. U.S.S.R. to U.S.A., in W.W. II : ALLY
8. Iron or Stone : AGE
9. Spots : MARKINGS
10. Olympics symbol : FLAME
11. Cleanses : LAVES
12. Hebrew measures : OMERS
15. California senator and family : CRANSTONS
17. Plushbottom expletive : EGAD
22. Rake : ROUE
23. Sea, to Stéphanie : MER
24. Actress Sophia : LOREN
25. Ooze : SEEP
26. Roman statesman : CATO
27. " . . . ___ in Kalamazoo" : AGAL
28. Underground group : RESISTERS
29. Mister ___ (minstrel) : BONES
31. Noted : FAMED
32. Abscond : FLEE
33. Suffix with cell : ULAR
34. Young fellows : LADS
36. Lover's antithesis : DETESTER
39. Third person : CAIN
40. Carson, the scout : KIT
42. Intend : MEAN
43. Fasteners : HASPS
44. Wine flasks for Socrates : OLPES
45. Ferber hit in 1952 : GIANT
46. Element used in metallurgy : BORON
48. Adriatic wind : BORA
49. Resort near Venice : LIDO
50. Novelists Levin and Wolfert : IRAS
51. Maugham's "The Razor's ___" : EDGE
52. Avails : USES
55. "___ There," 1954 hit song : HEY
56. Tavern : BAR

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