New York Times, Saturday, June 19, 1982

Author:William Lutwiniak
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.16, Missing: { B J V X Z }, Scrabble score: 301 (avg 1.58)
Open Squares: 81, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 4, XRef: 0
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© 1982, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Author of "I Want It Now" : AMIS
5. "___ as eye could see": Kingsley : ASFAR
10. Place for rest and restoration : SPA
13. Afflict : RACK
14. Keach of films : STACY
15. Chief god of Memphis : PTAH
16. Breakfast treat : CROISSANTS
18. Nimbus : HALO
19. " . . . between a ___ and a help": Wordsworth : HINDRANCE
20. Harebrained : SILLY
21. Contemplate : STUDY
22. The Bulldogs : YALE
23. Fuse abbr. : AMP
26. Jungfrau, e.g. : ALP
27. Mr. Grundy : SOLOMON
30. Uncas's beloved : CORA
32. Grand Inquisitor : TORQUEMADA
34. Reconciled : ATONE
36. Chit : IOU
37. Trifling : PETIT
38. Type of flag or colors : REGIMENTAL
41. In case : LEST
42. Factor : ELEMENT
43. Oriental, e.g. : RUG
45. Duroc's dwelling : STY
46. Drug-buster : NARC
47. Sum up : RECAP
49. Concord : UNITY
51. Was logical : MADESENSE
55. Fictional Kansas canine : TOTO
56. T.V.A. feature : POWERPLANT
57. Swiss statesman: 1845–1928 : ADOR
58. Historian Nevins : ALLAN
59. "Beowulf," e.g. : EPIC
60. Pronoun : HER
61. Life follower : STYLE
62. Tallinn native : ESTH
1. Ogee, e.g. : ARCH
2. Savoie spouse : MARI
3. Niche object : ICON
4. Shipbuilders' beams : SKIDS
5. Triple Crown winner: 1946 : ASSAULT
6. Outlook : STANDPOINT
7. Imagination : FANCY
8. French feat : ACTE
9. Pennsy, B.&O., etc. : RYS
10. Draws : STALEMATES
11. Bore : PALL
12. "Hey there, sailor!" : AHOY
15. Nightingale : PHILOMEL
17. Sp. girl's title : SRTA
20. Orchid tubers : SALEP
22. Song hit of 1936 : YOU
23. Have ___ (be prudent) : ACARE
24. Tourist's stopover : MOTEL
25. Sire : PROGENITOR
27. Fair shake : SQUAREDEAL
28. Pindar, e.g. : ODIST
29. Dapper : NATTY
31. He makes Mickey mobile : ANIMATOR
33. Balderdash : ROT
35. Kind of board : EMERY
39. Envelope abbr. : ENC
40. Alfalfa, to an Englishman : LUCERNE
44. Pant : GASP
47. In crude style : RAWLY
48. Martinique peak : PELEE
49. Where Kings Peak towers : UTAH
50. Protuberance : NODE
51. Shed : MOLT
52. Snoozes : NAPS
53. Agitated state : SNIT
54. Engrave : ETCH
56. ___ de deux : PAS

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