New York Times, Friday, May 2, 1980

Author: Ghulam Y. Faruki
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 5.11, Missing: { F K Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 281 (avg 1.49)
Open Squares: 69, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 6, XRef: 1, Spans: 1
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© 1980, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Jetty : PIER
5. Sound seeking attention : AHEM
9. "M*A*S*H" man : MEDIC
14. Range : ROVE
15. Capital of Togo : LOME
16. Advice, to Alfonso : AVISO
17. Individuals : ONES
18. "Clowns of the plains" : GNUS
19. Lubricated : OILED
20. One good turn leading to another? : VIRTUOUSCIRCLE
23. Well-armed mollusk : OCTOPUS
24. Passageway for a U.M.W. man : ADIT
25. Pikes: Abbr. : RDS
26. Not to be trusted : SLY
27. Salad : SLAW
31. Puzzled : ATSEA
34. Collars : NAILS
36. Geological period : ERA
37. Curt corsair? : SHORTJOHNSILVER
40. Inflate an expense account : PAD
41. Hit musical of 1978 : EUBIE
42. Aquatic nymph : NAIAD
43. Kind of decision : SNAP
45. Women's ____ : LIB
46. Patriotic org. : SAR
47. Third Reich greeting : HEIL
49. Kegs' pegs : SPIGOTS
53. Liberty taken by novelists? : PROSAICLICENSE
56. Hog's sound : GRUNT
57. Uninteresting : ARID
58. Catch on a gunlock : SEAR
59. Misrepresent : BELIE
60. Unfinished or uncouth : RUDE
61. Famed puppeteer : SARG
62. Glasses, for short : SPECS
63. River of northern France : YSER
64. "So what ___ is new?" : ELSE
1. Brigham Young U. site : PROVO
2. Architectural style : IONIC
3. Turn outward : EVERT
4. Tate employee : RESTORER
5. Full of sea moss : ALGOUS
6. ___ Wagner of baseball fame : HONUS
7. Australian avifauna : EMUS
8. Kin of LSD : MESCALINE
9. N.Z. native : MAORI
10. Ousts : EVICTS
11. Pickle flavoring : DILL
12. What "video" means : ISEE
13. Cape named for a fish : COD
21. Revise what has been outmoded : UPDATE
22. Pastoral compositions : IDYLS
26. Kipling, in Lahore : SAHIB
28. Eshkol of Israel : LEVI
29. What Alaska has over Texas : AREA
30. Maiden name of 38 Down : WARD
31. Aswan hissers : ASPS
32. Trailer for better or for worse : THAN
33. Chaser : SODA
34. Pertaining to peers : NOBILIARY
35. Of an Egyptian peninsula : SINAIC
38. Mrs. Howe : JULIA
39. Generous gifts : LARGESSE
44. Ending for stereo : PHONIC
46. Charlotte, in a children's book : SPIDER
48. Kefauver : ESTES
49. Hook ___, in baseball : SLIDE
50. Ryan or Tatum : ONEAL
51. "The ___ Bride," Rimsky-Korsakov opera : TSARS
52. Conductor Koussevitzky : SERGE
53. Kind of school : PREP
54. ___ out (exclude) : RULE
55. Shank : CRUS
56. Shavian monogram : GBS

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