New York Times, Wednesday, June 10, 1981

Author: Hassinger
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.97, Missing: { F J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 271 (avg 1.43)
Open Squares: 75, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 11, XRef: 0, Spans: 2
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Across Down
1. ___ one's time : BIDE
5. Resell tickets illegally : SCALP
10. Except : SAVE
14. Kind of forest : RAIN
15. Small drum : TABOR
16. Inst. like Northeastern : UNIV
17. "I the heir of all the ___": Tennyson : AGES
18. ___ ear and out . . . : INONE
19. ___ B'rith : BNAI
20. Words said with a sigh : YOUCANTWINEMALL
23. Hep or hip : ONTO
24. Late shipping magnate's sobriquet : ARI
25. Sidetracks : SHUNTS
28. Triple Crown winner: 1948 : CITATION
33. ___ word (coinage of a sort) : NONCE
34. Rivera work : MURAL
35. Year in the reign of Anastasius I : DVI
36. Site of Mercyhurst College : ERIE
37. Annual open golf tournament : DORAL
38. Turf used for fuel : PEAT
39. Suffix with exist : ENT
40. Gown material : SATIN
41. Abuse : BASTE
42. Perseverant; unwavering : RESOLUTE
44. Loser in 1980 : CARTER
45. Jet ___ : LAG
46. Beverage : COLA
47. Words said with a sigh : ITMIGHTHAVEBEEN
55. Mack's weapon : SHIV
56. ___ of Cawdor : THANE
57. Behind schedule : LATE
58. Gate : TAKE
59. Sniggler for wrigglers : EELER
60. Bacchanals' cry : EVOE
61. Darb : ONER
62. Where Chanticleer rules : ROOST
63. Delight, mod style : SEND
1. Heehaw : BRAY
2. Roderigo's assassin : IAGO
3. Diable's opposite : DIEU
4. Settle snugly or securely : ENSCONCE
5. Tasks : STINTS
6. "Divine Comedy" division : CANTO
7. "And a certain man drew ___ . . . ": I Kings 22:34 : ABOW
8. Actress Anderson : LONI
9. Before birth : PRENATAL
10. Say "uncle!" : SUBMIT
11. Vronsky's lover : ANNA
12. Medicine bottle : VIAL
13. Sinister : EVIL
21. Put up a poker chip : ANTE
22. Of an age : ERAL
25. Smile derisively : SNEER
26. Singer Lena or Marilyn : HORNE
27. Monads : UNITS
28. Discoverer of polonium : CURIE
29. OPEC country : IRAN
30. That is, to Cicero : IDEST
31. Like Humpty Dumpty : OVATE
32. Material for gunpowder : NITER
34. Suffragette Stanton's colleague : MOTT
37. "B.F.'s ___": Marquand : DAUGHTER
38. Apologues' kin : PARABLES
40. Scoria : SLAG
41. Bound bundle : BALE
43. Twist or Goldsmith : OLIVER
44. Hidden : COVERT
46. Weaves rattan : CANES
47. Ratio words : ISTO
48. "Easier said ___ done" : THAN
49. Emcee's need : MIKE
50. Kojak : THEO
51. Aureole : HALO
52. House part : EAVE
53. Jacket or collar : ETON
54. "A friend in ___" : NEED

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