New York Times, Friday, June 11, 1982

Author: C. J. Angio
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 33, Avg Word Len: 5.33, Missing: { F J K Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 272 (avg 1.42)
Open Squares: 84, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 9, XRef: 1
C. J. Angio has 93 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1982, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Actor from Petersburg, Va. : COTTEN
7. Patricia ___, actress who married 1 Across : MEDINA
13. Daughter of Polonius : OPHELIA
15. Stately court dances : PAVANES
16. Potsdam event: 1945 : MEETING
17. Tragedy by Euripides : ORESTES
18. Novelist Levin : IRA
19. Jones's prize in 1779 : SERAPIS
21. Noted British painter of birds : EDE
22. Fearless Fosdick's creator : CAPP
24. Runs the harvester : REAPS
25. Have ___ with (be privy to info) : ANIN
26. Devoured greedily : ATEUP
28. Homophone for air : ERE
29. Sports shocker : UPSET
30. Course for a class : LESSONS
32. Hats for some Caruso fans : TOPPERS
34. Sweetie pie : HON
35. Oceanic word in NATO : ATL
36. Puts away childish things : MATURES
40. Prepared a mackerel : BROILED
44. Emulate Jessica : ELOPE
45. Dish for a Lanai luau : POI
47. Netman Fraser : NEALE
48. What teasels raise : NAPS
49. Pencil wood : CEDAR
51. Casca inflicted one : STAB
52. "___ Blue?" : AMI
53. Romano and ricotta : CHEESES
55. Printers' org. : ITU
56. Having berries : COCCOID
58. Sights in Shaker Heights : ESTATES
60. Huge appetite : EDACITY
61. Casino distributors : DEALERS
62. "So Big" heroine : SELINA
63. Having lots of locks : TRESSY
1. Like Buster Keaton : COMICAL
2. Run : OPERATE
3. "Tarzan and ___" : THEAPES
4. Hanoi holiday : TET
5. Site of first Olympics : ELIS
6. Forty-___ : NINER
7. He hit 61 home runs in '61 : MARIS
8. "___ Diary": Twain : EVES
9. Wagner's "___ Rheingold" : DAS
10. Vehement : INTENSE
11. More penurious : NEEDIER
12. Yeas and ayes : ASSENTS
14. Is in harmony with : AGREES
15. Valve in a gasoline engine : POPPET
20. Thun's stream : AAR
23. Certain exercises : PUSHUPS
25. Tries to fill an opening : APPLIES
27. "Perley" of journalism : POORE
29. Writer Sinclair : UPTON
31. Dir. from Tampa to Ocala : NNE
33. Row : OAR
36. Persons on P.O. posters : MENACES
37. Stylish : ALAMODE
38. Of current interest : TOPICAL
39. Like a cheetah : SPEEDY
40. Adjective for Bunker : BIASED
41. Varieties of lava : LATITES
42. Click beetles : ELATERS
43. "Printemps" composer : DEBUSSY
46. Sappho's "___ to Aphrodite" : ODE
49. Actress-dancer Rivera : CHITA
50. Button for a bowler : RESET
53. Nickel, for one : COIN
54. "___ Wars" : STAR
57. 201 to Caesar : CCI
59. "Stingo" in Soho : ALE

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