Eugene T. Maleska
Eugene T. Maleska 

New York Times, Thursday, June 14, 1984

Author: Eugene T. Maleska
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 4.87, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 273 (avg 1.48)
Open Squares: 73, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 3, XRef: 1
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© 1984, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Till contents : CASH
5. Type of lettuce : BIBB
9. Indian state : ASSAM
14. Patchwork : OLIO
15. TV backdrop : OLEO
16. Rossetti's "___ Beatrix" : BEATA
17. Her creation became a national emblem: June 14, 1777 : BETSYROSS
19. Fighter for actors' rights : ASNER
20. Cudgeled : BASTED
21. Francis ___: 1779–1843 : SCOTTKEY
23. Enzyme : ASE
24. C.S.A. hero : LEE
25. Old hand : STAGER
28. Author born on June 14, 1811 : MRSSTOWE
33. Great Lakes acronym : HOMES
34. Dissolute fellow : ROUE
35. Red-white-and-blue wearer : SAM
36. Outcast class in Japan : ETAS
37. Engraving gadget : BURIN
38. Flank : SIDE
39. Small ape : LAR
40. He helped establish the U.N. : EDEN
41. "Spandau" author : SPEER
42. These come every June 14 : FLAGDAYS
45. Like part of Old Glory : STARRY
46. Forage plant : ERS
47. Suffix with Tartar : EAN
48. Hero of an 1852 book : UNCLETOM
53. Md. haven for elopers until 1938 : ELKTON
57. Churchill's need: 1941 : TOOLS
58. Girl saved by 48 Across : LITTLEEVA
60. S.A. "backbone" : ANDES
61. Peary base : ETAH
62. Me.-to-Fla. hwy : RTEI
63. Intoxicating : HEADY
64. Allele : GENE
65. Villein : SERF
1. Diamond great : COBB
2. A name for Athena : ALEA
3. Perches : SITS
4. Headliners of 1979–81 : HOSTAGES
5. Rio Grande formation : BORDER
6. Dockers' org. : ILO
7. She seldom harried Harry : BESS
8. Autumn pear : BOSC
9. Ebbs; wanes : ABATES
10. Sonnet part : SESTET
11. Scuttled : SANK
12. Fit to ___ : ATEE
13. The "Rose of Tralee" : MARY
18. Sycophants' replies : YESES
22. Comedian Ole : OLSEN
25. Has-been's place : SHELF
26. Bottom line : TOTAL
27. Soprano Lucine : AMARA
28. Folkways : MORES
29. Perdition : RUIN
30. Wicker or withy : OSIER
31. Heron or stilt : WADER
32. This is very hard : EMERY
34. Vallee or York : RUDY
37. Aesop character : BEAST
38. Fore-and-aft sails : SPANKERS
41. Horse house : STALL
43. Set : GELLED
44. Ornate : DRESSY
45. Do a slow burn : SEETHE
48. Where Young grew old : UTAH
49. Canonical hour : NONE
50. Closing chords : CODA
51. Designer Cassini : OLEG
52. Pittance : MITE
54. Locale of Rene's oreilles : TETE
55. Beyond : OVER
56. Artless : NAIF
59. Shoe shade : TAN

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