New York Times, Monday, June 13, 1983

Author: Bette Sue Cohen
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 4.87, Missing: { J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 266 (avg 1.44)
Open Squares: 73, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 9, XRef: 1
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© 1983, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Glenn from Quebec : FORD
5. Fitzgerald specialty : SCAT
9. Participate at a bee : SPELL
14. Notable in "The Wizard of Oz" : LAHR
15. Ripped : TORE
16. Desi's daughter : LUCIE
17. Where Burma is : ASIA
18. King or Bates : ALAN
19. Illinois city : ALTON
20. Sound from a wind chime : TING
21. Site in a Fonda-Hepburn film : GOLDENPOND
23. Someone from Enid : SOONER
25. Tel. line : EXT
26. Head signal : NOD
27. Ascendancy : PRESTIGE
32. Explosion : BLAST
35. A star of "Come Back to the 5 & Dime . . . " : CHER
36. Mata ___ : HARI
37. A Kennedy : ROSE
38. "I have become ___ name": Rukeyser : ALOST
39. Actor Richard : EGAN
40. To the sheltered side : ALEE
41. Bombast : RANT
42. Building material : ADOBE
43. Joyful : GLADSOME
45. Nautical dir. : NBE
46. "Limb of the devil" : IMP
47. One of four in an Alda title : SEASON
50. Hepburn film: 1935 : ALICEADAMS
55. Granny or sheepshank : KNOT
57. Peace advocates : DOVES
58. Certain biog. sketch : OBIT
59. Prefix with colon or formal : SEMI
60. Nautical command : AVAST
61. Trick : WILE
62. Latin abbr. : ETAL
63. Yiddish gossip : YENTA
64. Require : NEED
65. Actor Franchot : TONE
1. Motorist's headache : FLAT
2. Nomad's delight : OASIS
3. A mammal, for short : RHINO
4. Hepburn film: 1944 : DRAGONSEED
5. Put on a play : STAGED
6. Distort : COLOR
7. Russian sea : ARAL
8. Most delicate : TENDEREST
9. Angles : SLANTS
10. Succulent part of fruit : PULP
11. Outside: Comb. form : ECTO
12. Hepburn's "The ___ in Winter" : LION
13. Advance : LEND
22. ___ oneself (endeavor) : EXERT
24. To no degree : NOT
27. Prop in 28 Down : PHONE
28. Hepburn film: 1957 : THEDESKSET
29. Plummer role : IAGO
30. Snatch : GRAB
31. One, in Bonn : EINE
32. Blow one's own horn : BRAG
33. Lounge : LOLL
34. Not ashore : ASEA
35. Impose restrictions : CLAMPDOWN
38. Fragrance : AROMA
42. Lawyers' org. : ABA
44. Nap : SIESTA
45. Settled in cozily : NESTED
47. It can be "your umbrella" : SMILE
48. ___ a customer : ONETO
49. "___ is an island . . . " : NOMAN
50. "An apple ___ . . . " : ADAY
51. Hepburn TV movie "___ Among the Ruins" : LOVE
52. Russian czar : IVAN
53. "___ la vie" : CEST
54. Nichols hero : ABIE
56. Roofing item : TILE

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