New York Times, Friday, June 4, 1982

Author: Catherine Benante
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 4.87, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 267 (avg 1.44)
Open Squares: 71, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 5, XRef: 3
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Across Down
1. Gamma's predecessor : BETA
5. Lane to the plane : RAMP
9. "Come ___," former B'way hit : OFAGE
14. Muriel ___, star of 9 Across : RAHN
15. Kind of exam : ORAL
16. Pendulous parts of hounds' lips : FLEWS
17. Wide-eyed : AGOG
18. Beget : SIRE
19. Leporidae : HARES
20. Dwellers in Pandemonium : DEMONS
22. Tolstoy's Anna : KARENINA
24. Sideshow : RAREE
25. Gogol's "___ Souls" : DEAD
26. "Being and Nothingness" author : SARTRE
29. Remit beforehand : PREPAY
33. Fortify : ARM
35. Chinese secret society : TONG
37. British fruit baskets : TRUGS
38. Page : LEAF
40. Roles for Ferrer and Plummer : IAGOS
42. Snick's partner : SNEE
43. Boleyn and Frank : ANNES
45. Nut part : MEAT
46. Suffix with salt or fruit : IER
47. Petrarch piece : SONNET
49. Guanacos' cousins : LLAMAS
52. Burl or Charles : IVES
54. Closet culprits : MOTHS
56. Raskolnikov's ordeal, with 30 Down : CRIMEAND
60. Dealer in tarts : PIEMAN
62. Whirligig : ROTOR
63. Rhine tributary : AARE
65. Cotton gauze : LENO
66. Concern of an impresario : OPERA
67. Dolt : CLOD
68. Within: Comb. form : ENTO
69. Desert mount : CAMEL
70. Soar : KITE
71. Musial : STAN
1. ___ Park, Ranger who became a Bruin : BRAD
2. Kind of beaver : EAGER
3. He wrote "The Magic Mountain" : THOMASMANN
4. Mohair : ANGORA
5. A leader of the Pre-Raphaelites : ROSSETTI
6. Memorable tycoon's nickname : ARI
7. Follower of land or book : MARK
8. Argue at the bar : PLEAD
9. " . . . great searchings ___": Judges 5:16 : OFHEART
10. Defoe's Moll : FLANDERS
11. Air: Prefix : AERI
12. Verdon : GWEN
13. She, in Siena : ESSA
21. Saul's uncle : NER
23. Agt. : REP
27. Stray : ROAM
28. German economist: 1821–96 : ENGEL
30. See 56 Across : PUNISHMENT
31. "African Queen" scriptwriter : AGEE
32. French and Belgian waterway : YSER
33. Unfortunately : ALAS
34. Where mates are soon parted : RENO
36. Target : GOAL
39. Novelist Cooper's middle name : FENIMORE
41. Panic on the Ponderosa : STAMPEDE
44. Vague number : SEVERAL
48. English ritual : TEA
50. Me. in Nancy : MOI
51. Spider-monkey genus : ATELES
53. Nosh : SNACK
55. Ana or Clara : SANTA
56. Gator's kin : CROC
57. Clothing in Castilla : ROPA
58. Piece of gossip : ITEM
59. Homophone for Dolly : DALI
61. Kind of tide : NOON
64. Nonsense : ROT

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