Eugene T. Maleska
Eugene T. Maleska 

New York Times, Tuesday, June 2, 1987

Author: Eugene T. Maleska
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 5.00, Missing: { F J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 280 (avg 1.51)
Open Squares: 67, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 7, XRef: 1
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© 1987, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Queen Mab's rod : WAND
5. Jewish feast : SEDER
10. Emulate a lark : SOAR
14. Lotion ingredient : ALOE
15. Vibrant : ALIVE
16. Lacking zest : TAME
17. The heart of the matter : GIST
18. Overwhelmed : DEVASTATED
20. Recent TV sitcom : THECAVANAUGHS
22. Memorandum : NOTE
23. Prevaricate : LIE
24. India's Bihar, Orissa et al. : STATES
27. Knight or bishop : CHESSMAN
32. Stacked : PILED
33. Abyss : CHASM
34. Three ___ match : ONA
35. Book of the Bible : AMOS
36. Alpine stream : AAR
37. Hokum : BUNK
38. Swindle : CON
39. Memorable bandleader : BASIE
41. Recipient of gifts : DONEE
42. Dürer was one : ENGRAVER
44. Doxologized : LAUDED
45. Witch bird : ANI
46. World's most common surname : WONG
47. Star of 20 Across : BARNARDHUGHES
53. Made an impression : REGISTERED
54. Shipshape : TRIM
56. Uncovered wagon : CART
57. Accrue : ENURE
58. Ruin : UNDO
59. "I took ___ to search for God": Carman : ADAY
60. Serious : SOBER
61. Coop sound : PEEP
1. Funny fellow : WAG
2. Finished hang gliding : ALIT
3. Raid the fridge : NOSH
4. Lessenings of tension between nations : DETENTES
5. Former First Family of Egypt : SADATS
6. Parisian pupil : ELEVE
7. Sutherland or Scotto : DIVA
8. Novelist Hunter : EVAN
9. Auction events : RESALES
10. Old West transports : STAGES
11. ___ of allegiance : OATH
12. Home of the Cyclones : AMES
13. Carmine : RED
19. Use of the second person : TUISM
21. Princetonian or Yalie : COED
24. Seattle's ___ Needle : SPACE
25. Shakespearean misanthrope : TIMON
26. "Take Me ___," 1959 song : ALONG
27. Professorship : CHAIR
28. Lagomorph : HARE
29. Tumulus : MOUND
30. It starts in janvier : ANNEE
31. Stark follower : NAKED
33. Pomander : CASE
37. Purchased profusely : BOUGHTUP
39. Marriage proclamation : BANNS
40. Emulates Earhart : AVIATES
41. Euphemistic curse : DANG
43. Snow in Tampa, e.g. : RARITY
44. More stentorian : LOUDER
46. Stassen's "___ I Stand" : WHERE
47. Gunsight : BEAD
48. Pearl Mosque site : AGRA
49. Slots spot : RENO
50. Flog : DRUB
51. Lough ___, in Ireland : ERNE
52. Incidental : SIDE
53. N.Y.C. skyline letters : RCA
55. Gob's swab : MOP

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