SURNAME GAME

New York Times, Sunday, June 22, 1986

Author: Mary M. Murdoch
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 78, Avg Word Len: 5.19, Missing: { Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 557 (avg 1.53)
Open Squares: 121, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 14, XRef: 1
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© 1986, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Playwright Connelly : MARC
5. Talisman : CHARM
10. Tots : ADDS
14. Spectral type : BSTAR
19. Opposite of apterous : ALAR
20. Abode of the Muses : AONIA
21. Orenburg's river : URAL
22. "Lake ___," Sargent painting : OHARA
23. Talented actress? : JANETFLAIR
25. Actress Rowlands : GENA
26. Electronic device : DORAN
27. Cordial flavorings : ANISEEDS
28. Capricious actor? : LOUISWAYWARD
31. S. Lewis's "___ Timberlane" : CASS
32. Calls, in poker : SEES
33. Banker's Sallie ___ : MAE
34. Eaglewood : ALOES
37. Actress Granville : BONITA
39. Small amount : HANDFUL
43. Brickmaker's need : KILN
44. Dawdling Opry singer? : MERLELAGGARD
47. Chemical suffix : ANE
48. Monogram pt. : INIT
49. The Cat Nation : ERIE
50. Barrie's dog-nurse : NANA
51. He wrote "Brave Men": 1944 : PYLE
52. Ariz. neighbor : NEV
53. High-strung actress? : JANEDITHERS
57. Oboist's purchase : REED
58. Like some movies : REMADE
60. They're knitted at times : BROWS
61. Sudden movements : STARTS
63. Hogarth's "The ___ Progress" : RAKES
64. Apprehensions : FEARS
65. Estonian city : TARTU
66. Groves on prairies : MOTTES
68. What shalom means : PEACE
69. Outlanders : ALIENS
71. "___ may look on a king" : ACAT
72. Underworld actor? : LARRYBAGMAN
75. Eureka! : AHA
77. A famous Virginia : DARE
78. Actress Deborah : KERR
79. South African settler : BOER
80. Slender shoot : TWIG
81. City off. : ALD
82. Give-and-take actress? : JESSICABANDY
86. Lagomorph : HARE
87. Dance center of a sort : MAYPOLE
89. Consolation : SOLACE
90. He wrote "The Seven-Per-Cent Solution" : MEYER
91. Photographer's abbr. : ENL
92. Japanese monastery : TERA
93. Hilum : SCAR
95. Note-taking actress? : AUDREYJOTTER
101. Vacation site : SEACOAST
105. Junctures : SEAMS
106. Lamb who wrote about a pig : ELIA
107. Truthful actor of yore? : EDWINSOOTH
109. Certain rerun : OLDIE
110. Zest : TANG
111. Vitiate : TAINT
112. Pickerelweed : TULE
113. Fuels : PEATS
114. Heraldic term : ENTE
115. " . . . ___ Danaos . . . ": Virgil : TIMEO
116. Put away : STOW
1. Goya subject : MAJA
2. Astronaut Bean : ALAN
3. Gypsy lady : RANI
4. Turkish symbol : CRESCENT
5. Contents of urnes : CAFES
6. Parts of ships : HOLDS
7. Collections of sayings : ANAS
8. Venezia's canals : RII
9. "Lili ___," old song : MARLENE
10. Masters local : AUGUSTA
11. German three : DREI
12. Rather and McGrew : DANS
13. Side dish : SLAW
14. "___ Soul," song hit of 1930 : BODYAND
15. ___ up (appeared) : SHOWED
16. Old Irish capital : TARA
17. Sandarac tree : ARAR
18. Strip of shoe leather : RAND
24. Sunglo and gowiddie : TEAS
29. Trompe-l'___ (illusion) : OEIL
30. Diva Lucine : AMARA
32. Cobbled : SOLED
34. Related : AKIN
35. QE2, e.g. : LINER
36. Late actor? : OLIVERTARDY
37. Soft cheese : BRIE
38. Family of a well-known Baltimorean : AGNEWS
39. Fictional skater : HANS
40. Missing actress? : FAYERUNAWAY
41. Like some apartments : UNLET
42. Yorkshire city : LEEDS
44. A Revolutionary officer and a Civil War commander : MEADES
45. Birds of merit? : ERNES
46. Lad, in Lyon : GARS
51. Jabber : PRATE
53. Hunky-dory : JAKE
54. "___ up the pillars . . . ": Psalm 75 : IBEAR
55. Austin of tennis : TRACY
56. Biblical mountain : HOREB
59. Certain photo finish : MATTE
61. Compensation : SALARY
62. One of triplets : TRIN
64. Famous U.S. engineer : FERRIS
65. Toned down : TAMED
66. Term of address : MADAM
67. Fla. city : OCALA
68. Averages : PARS
70. English draft horse : SHIRE
72. ___-majesté : LESE
73. Rope fiber : ABACA
74. Lost : GONE
76. Composer of "Ain't She Sweet?" : AGER
78. Shade of green : KELLY
80. "The force . . . that blasts ___ of trees": D. Thomas : THEROOTS
82. Bobby, Tom et al. : JONESES
83. Sight at 101 Across : COTTAGE
84. Not windward : ALEE
85. Wimpole St. name : BARRETT
88. License : PERMIT
90. Raincoats, for short : MACS
93. Catcher in the Rhine? : SEINE
94. Ezra Pound product : CANTO
95. Wet : ASOP
96. African river : UELE
97. Art genre : DADA
98. Ballet leap : JETE
99. Luise Rainer role : OLAN
100. Hue : TINT
101. Sink's alternative : SWIM
102. Part of été : AOUT
103. W.W. II battle site : STLO
104. Muscle : THEW
108. Bao ___, former Vietnamese emperor : DAI

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