New York Times, Monday, June 29, 1992

Author:Fred Toole
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 42, Avg Word Len: 4.95, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 275 (avg 1.50)
Open Squares: 65, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 5, XRef: 0
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© 1992, The New York Times
Across Down
1. ___ Montes, mistress of King Ludwig : LOLA
5. Barely sufficient : SCANT
10. Wooded glen : DELL
14. March 15 : IDES
15. Kind of bear : POLAR
16. Lamb's nom de plume : ELIA
17. Samuel Johnson tome : DICTIONARY
19. Give, for a time : LEND
20. Eight-sided figure : OCTAGON
21. Takes for granted : ASSUMES
23. Charged electron : ION
24. Assistant : AIDE
25. Slightly burned : CHARRED
29. Sheets, pillowcases, etc. : LINENS
31. Perennial comedian Bob : HOPE
32. Famed Fla. golf course : DORAL
34. Luminary : STAR
36. G.I.'s mailing address : APO
37. G.I.'s name for a Far East war : NAM
38. Summer drink : ADE
39. Noted British P.M. : PITT
41. One on the way up : COMER
43. ___-dieu (kneeling bench) : PRIE
44. Ram's horn in Jewish rituals : SHOFAR
46. Passed along : RELAYED
48. Pitcher : EWER
49. Mongrel : CUR
50. Road-surface material : MACADAM
53. Calif. observatory site : PALOMAR
57. The Tentmaker : OMAR
58. Word fund : VOCABULARY
60. Classic auto : CORD
61. Coral isle : ATOLL
62. N.Y. canal : ERIE
63. "The ___ the limit" : SKYS
64. Hangman's loop : NOOSE
65. Legendary septet : SEAS
1. Italian resort : LIDO
2. Of Pindar's poems : ODIC
3. Instructive talk: Abbr. : LECT
4. Dancer Fred : ASTAIRE
5. Smooched, old style : SPOONED
6. Mass. neighbor : CONN
7. In the style of : ALA
8. Japan's first capital : NARA
9. Ship's special canvas : TRYSAIL
10. Misleads : DELUDES
11. Holmes adjective : ELEMENTARY
12. Queue : LINE
13. Lasses' counterparts : LADS
18. Composer Stravinsky : IGOR
22. Grievous fault : SIN
25. Fellow : CHAP
26. Pueblo Indians : HOPIS
27. Druggist : APOTHECARY
28. Giver : DONOR
29. Debussy work : LAMER
30. Maugham's "___ Thompson" : SADIE
33. L.A. football player : RAM
35. Marsh plant : REED
40. In that direction : TOWARDS
41. Group of travelers : CARAVAN
42. Wire again : RECABLE
43. Releases conditionally : PAROLES
45. Nourished : FED
47. Humdinger : LULU
50. Soft shoes, for short : MOCS
51. Run ___ (go berserk) : AMOK
52. Marquand's sleuth : MOTO
53. Buddies : PALS
54. Stallion's mate : MARE
55. Operatic song : ARIA
56. Bar orders : RYES
59. Dove's sound : COO

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