TRAMP! TRAMP! TRAMP!

New York Times, Sunday, April 9, 1989

Author: Arnold Moss
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 166, Blocks: 94, Avg Word Len: 5.24, Missing: { J Q X }, Scrabble score: 639 (avg 1.47)
Open Squares: 139, Cheaters: 18, FITB: 15, XRef: 1
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© 1989, The New York Times
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1. Fragrance : AROMA
6. Jasper Johns medium : OILS
10. Ramble : ROAM
14. "___ and Lovers": Lawrence : SONS
18. Bicycle parts : SPOKES
19. Dispassionate people : STOICS
22. Lamb who wrote about a pig : ELIA
23. Field of study : AREA
24. GOOD-TIME FELLOW'S SPREE, with "OUT": 1915 : CHARLIESNIGHT
26. April 16, 1989, to 20 Down : CENTENARY
28. Amonasro's daughter : AIDA
29. Money-exchange allowances : AGIOS
30. Heart part : AORTA
32. Drifts : TRENDS
33. Rose Bowl pts. : TDS
34. Camel's backbreaker? : STRAW
35. Writer Bontemps : ARNA
36. Pie edgings : CRUSTS
37. Peregrine : ALIEN
38. Renowned Canadian physician : OSLER
39. Emulated Van Winkle : SLEPT
40. Kind of disk : COMPACT
43. HE KEEPS A FILLING STATION: 1914 : THEDENTIST
45. Religious deg. : THB
48. Terminates : ABORTS
49. Loves too fondly : DOTES
51. Statue in Piccadilly Circus : EROS
52. Van Gogh's brother : THEO
53. Penal and Napoleonic : CODES
54. Juan and Eva : PERONS
55. Wife of Osiris : ISIS
56. Max, Buddy and Bugs : BAERS
57. North Sea feeder : TEES
58. London's "White ___" : FANG
59. "Oro y ___," Mont.'s motto : PLATA
61. Ancient Greek instrument : TRIGON
62. Syr. neighbor : ISR
63. LIFE OF RILEY: 1917 : EASYSTREET
66. Il Duce's daughter and son-in-law : CIANOS
67. Whinnies : NEIGHS
69. Jazz pianist Fatha : HINES
70. Butler or Morse : SAMUEL
71. Surveying method : STADIA
72. DIVERSION: 1914 : RECREATION
74. Forced emigrants: Abbr. : DPS
77. Old Athenian tunic : CHITON
78. Poe's "___ in Paradise" : TOONE
80. Medrick : TERN
81. Bind with a ship's ropes : FRAP
82. Great Lakes acronym : HOMES
83. Beget : SIRE
84. Del Rio film: 1928 : RAMONA
87. Rock cavity's crystalline lining : DRUSE
88. Brick or Dutch follower : OVEN
89. Zola novel : NANA
90. Comb: Comb. form : CTENO
91. Gala in Galicia : FIESTA
92. Footlike part : PES
93. Stage illumination : FOOTLIGHTS
96. Gift for a third anniversary : LEATHER
97. Deserves : EARNS
98. What a mantis does? : PRAYS
99. "Now the hungry lion ___": Shak. : ROARS
100. Loudness : VOLUME
102. Old World lizard : SEPS
103. Fencing defense : PARRY
104. Links org. : PGA
107. Bagnold's "___ Blandish" : SERENA
108. Staggering : AREEL
110. Vera Zorina's Broadway role: 1945 : ARIEL
111. Prohibitionists : DRYS
112. MISERY: 1918 : ADOGSLIFE
114. HUSSEIN IN GOTHAM, with "A": 1957 : KINGINNEWYORK
117. She wears a sari : RANI
118. Scottish group : CLAN
119. Catnap : SNOOZE
120. Some are close : SHAVES
121. ___ St. Lawrence, G.B.S.'s home : AYOT
122. Olden times : YORE
123. West German river : EGER
124. Church council : SYNOD
1. Garden pest : APHID
2. Place to ride at anchor : ROADS
3. Gumbo : OKRA
4. Ott or Brooks : MEL
5. Nepalese, e.g. : ASIATICS
6. Legendary Gaelic hero : OSSIAN
7. Murrow's "Hear ___" : ITNOW
8. Clark Kent's girl : LOIS
9. Mr., in Milano : SIG
10. Straight: Comb. form : RECT
11. Olive genus : OLEA
12. Department in E France : AIN
13. "Once Upon a ___," 1959 musical : MATTRESS
14. Most logical : SANEST
15. Praying figure : ORANT
16. Wimps' cousins : NERDS
17. Simon ___ (children's game) : SAYS
18. Ailurophobe's cry : SCAT
20. SUBJECT OF THIS PUZZLE : CHARLESSPENCERCHAPLIN
21. Squiffed : STONED
25. Plumed bird : EGRET
27. What Mauna Loa can do : ERUPT
31. Undercooked : RARE
34. Laths : SLATS
35. Pallid : ASHEN
36. Awards for TV commercials : CLIOS
37. "___ moi le déluge" : APRES
38. Preminger or Bismarck : OTTO
39. Groove : STRIA
40. Nopal and saguaro : CACTI
41. Shawms' successors : OBOES
42. THIS DAY AND AGE: 1936 : MODERNTIMES
44. Hatching post : NEST
45. KLONDIKE EVENT: 1925 : THEGOLDRUSH
46. Poor boys : HEROS
47. Capt.'s deck chief : BOSN
49. Patron saint of France : DENYS
50. Assns. : ORGS
52. French philosopher: 1828-93 : TAINE
54. Ottoman title : PASHA
55. Stagehands' union : IATSE
56. Hitler's mistress : BRAUN
58. Dickens villain : FAGIN
60. Lascivious look : LEER
61. The Bard's Athenian misanthrope : TIMON
63. Formal content of a culture : EIDOS
64. Paroxysm : THROE
65. Dutch artist Poortvliet : RIEN
66. French Revolution song : CAIRA
68. Corroded : EATEN
70. Pool person : STENO
71. "When push comes to ___" : SHOVE
73. Like ___ of bricks : ATON
75. Phony gem : PASTE
76. Supernumerary's weapon : SPEAR
77. Karate stroke : CHOP
78. Shades : TINTS
79. Nuncupative : ORAL
81. Guitar's fingerboard ridges : FRETS
83. One of Lyon's rivers : SAONE
85. Court gp. : ATTYS
86. Hodgepodge : MESS
87. Anne Frank's book : DIARY
89. Average state : NORMALCY
91. Like the legendary Fosdick : FEARLESS
93. Rural deities : FAUNS
94. ___ dixit : IPSE
95. Cretans or Spartans : GREEKS
96. Scicolone on screen : LOREN
97. Writ of execution : ELEGIT
99. Two-time Oscar winner : RAINER
100. May 8, 1945 : VEDAY
101. Base for the Black Bears : ORONO
103. Kind of ring : PRIZE
104. Home of the Cougars : PROVO
105. Spun : GYRED
106. Questions : ASKS
107. Poet Teasdale : SARA
108. At a distance : AFAR
109. Film maker Clair : RENE
110. Excited : AGOG
111. Actress Cannon : DYAN
113. U.N. arm : ILO
115. Captain of the ark, to Philippe : NOE
116. "___ Do I Love You?": 1927 song : WHY

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