WONDROUS MAZE

New York Times, Sunday, June 2, 1991

Author: Timothy S. Lewis
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 166, Blocks: 88, Avg Word Len: 5.31, Missing: { J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 639 (avg 1.45)
Open Squares: 158, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 13, XRef: 3, Spans: 1
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© 1991, The New York Times
Across Down
1. French landscapist : COROT
6. Start of most of a passage by 66 Down : MINEIS
12. Langsyne : PAST
16. Kind of boat or train : GRAVY
21. Andean animal : LLAMA
22. Author Fallaci : ORIANA
23. Not fooled by : ONTO
24. TV role for Sharon Gless : ROSIE
25. Stand-in for Standish : ALDEN
26. Bay west of Myanmar : BENGAL
27. Word on a coin : UNUM
28. Four Holy Roman emperors : OTTOS
29. Yellowish brown pigment : SIENNA
31. "___ Evil," 1971 film : SEENO
32. Entrance to 128 Across : RABBITHOLE
34. Reflexive pronoun : HERSELF
36. Income from a tenant : RENTAL
38. Que. neighbor : ONT
39. Ethiopian prince : RAS
40. Alpine frock : DIRNDL
43. Tomcat : GIB
44. Second passage: Part VI : HYDOY
46. Prefix with sphere : HEMI
50. Aussie's warning cry : COOEY
51. "On ___ Boat to China" : ASLOW
53. G. & S. character : YEOMAN
57. Way out : EXIT
58. O'Neill trees : ELMS
59. Hexapods : INSECTS
61. Blue shoe material : SUEDE
62. ___-Lenape Indians : LENI
63. First U.N. Secretary General : LIE
64. Pakistani language : URDU
65. Squiggle or spiral : CURL
67. Boast : CROW
68. Humdrum : PROSAIC
70. Humiliate : ABASE
71. Hero of a 1922 play : ABIE
72. River at Leeds : AIRE
73. Maroons : STRANDS
74. ___ fide : BONA
75. Enzyme suffix : ASE
76. Turmoil : WELTER
78. Inc., in Britain : LTD
79. Second passage: Part IV : YSAIDALIC
81. Feverish : ILL
82. Rest : REPOSE
85. Court call : LET
86. Josip Broz : TITO
87. Some kayakers : ESKIMOS
91. Exactly divisible by two : EVEN
92. Singer Loretta ___ : LYNN
94. Pythias's pal : DAMON
95. Blind spot : SCOTOMA
96. Crosby or cherry : BING
97. Café au ___ : LAIT
98. St. Pierre and Miquelon : ILES
99. Child-advocacy org. : PTA
100. Tiff : SPAT
101. Les ___-Unis : ETATS
103. Chitchat : PALAVER
105. Krupp's milieu : RUHR
106. A U.S. Open champ: 1968 : ASHE
107. Strait of Dover port : CALAIS
109. Radials on a Rolls : TYRES
110. Web-footed beast : OTTER
111. Half a tetrad : DYAD
112. Second passage: Part II : ILCER
114. Home of Johnny Reb : CSA
115. D.C. suburb : RESTON
117. Hoppy drink : ALE
120. ___ Allen belt : VAN
121. Voltaire's forte : SATIRE
123. Wife of Henry II : ELEANOR
128. Locale featured in this puzzle : WONDERLAND
131. Of a former Venetian ruler : DOGAL
134. Name in "The Raven" : LENORE
135. Verve : ARDOR
136. Others, to Ovid : ALII
137. Used a pantograph : TRACED
139. Admiral Andrea ___ : DORIA
140. Rude awakener : SNORE
141. Musical epilogue : CODA
142. Regatta site : HENLEY
143. Sidled : EDGED
144. Hemmed and ___ : HAWED
145. Earl of Avon : EDEN
146. End of first passage : EMOUSE
147. Movie units : REELS
1. Skirmish : CLASH
2. Partner of Stan : OLLIE
3. Writer Dotson ___ : RADER
4. Straws in the wind : OMENS
5. Like beachcombers or surfers : TANNED
6. Criminal coterie : MOB
7. Provokes : IRES
8. The Mets or the Muses : NINE
9. With enthusiasm : EAGERLY
10. Fatuous : INANE
11. First passage continued : SALONGANDSADTALESAIDTHE
12. Like wet cement : POURABLE
13. Record of one year's events : ANNAL
14. Counterfoil : STUB
15. Hoyden : TOMBOY
16. Bats' hangouts : GROTTOES
17. "Our Gang" author : ROTH
18. Actress in "The Maltese Falcon" : ASTOR
19. String-quartet member : VIOLA
20. Ayes : YESES
30. Young friend of 66 Down : ALICELIDDELL
33. ___ 500 : INDY
35. Gambols : FROLICS
37. Mesh; web : TISSUE
41. Iditarod terminus : NOME
42. ___ Plaines, Ill. : DES
44. Second passage: Part V : HWTUBEC
45. End of second passage : YOUCALLITSAD
46. Lends a hand : HELPS
47. Apply muscle power : EXERT
48. Lesser : MINOR
49. Start of second passage : ITISALONGTAI
52. Event : OCCASION
54. Part of N.M.S.Q.T. : MERIT
55. Revere : ADORE
56. Less passé : NEWER
59. Man of Ahvaz : IRANI
60. Mr. in Madras : SRI
64. Wolf-pack member : UBOAT
66. Pen name of Charles Dodgson : LEWISCARROLL
69. Aardvark's dinner : ANTS
70. In a preoccupied way : ABSENTLY
75. Some choir members : ALTOS
77. Mecca for cowboy poets : ELKO
79. Second passage: Part III : YLNIATR
80. Marksman, at times : AIMER
82. Old fiddle : REBEC
83. Señora Perón : EVITA
84. Disciplinary : PENAL
87. Sensitive one : ESTHETE
88. A sibling of Cottontail : MOPSY
89. City near Boys Town : OMAHA
90. Filled : SATED
93. Bark : YAP
94. Get rid of : DIVEST
99. Propels a shot : PUTS
102. Like some mirrors : SILVERED
104. Rustic : ARCADIAN
105. Tpk. or hwy. : RTE
108. Dueling trophy : SCAR
110. Mint-family member : OREGANO
113. Intertwine : ENLACE
116. Indigent one : NEEDER
117. Covered with water : AWASH
118. Liza's sister : LORNA
119. Furnish funds for : ENDOW
121. Slyly sarcastic : SNIDE
122. Composer Ned : ROREM
124. Battery terminal : ANODE
125. Norway, to the Norse : NORGE
126. Bay window : ORIEL
127. Uses books : READS
129. Engraver Gustave : DORE
130. Land owned absolutely : ALOD
132. Scopes's supporter : ACLU
133. Bottom of the barrel : LEES
138. FD&C Blue No. 2 : DYE

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