New York Times, Wednesday, June 9, 1982

Author: I. Judah Koolyk
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 4.87, Missing: { F J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 281 (avg 1.52)
Open Squares: 66, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 9, XRef: 1, Spans: 2
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Across Down
1. Network : MESH
5. Mournful sounds : SOBS
9. Bridge takeout : BID
12. Negative prefix : ANTI
13. Model T appendages : CRANKS
16. Serenata : ODE
17. "He's ___ Picker," Berlin song : ARAG
18. "If I Only Had ___" : ABRAIN
19. Cádiz kudos : OLE
20. Gypsy or codling follower : MOTH
21. Important figure in a tent : RINGMASTER
23. Large quantities : SLEWS
25. Harbor sight : TUG
26. Quaffing place : PUB
27. Call ___ day : ITA
29. Negative prefix : MIS
31. Calf's cry : BLAT
34. British cavalry weapons : SABRES
37. Chemical suffixes : ANES
39. Iron or Ice : AGE
40. Tumultuous action : THREERINGCIRCUS
43. Safe investment rating : AAA
44. Hang : PEND
45. Moppets' wheels : TRIKES
46. Recipe abbr. : TBSP
48. Small amount : DAB
49. Kyoto coin : SEN
50. Sign of theatrical success : SRO
52. Instance, in Paris : CAS
54. Plume source : EGRET
58. Feats of agility : ACROBATICS
62. Delicate and ornamental : LACY
63. Pacific paste : POI
64. ___ minute : AMILEA
65. Homonym for 10 Down : IDOL
66. Cain was the first : SON
67. Nine-day religious devotion : NOVENA
68. River near Khartoum : NILE
69. Cardiologist's abbr. : EKG
70. Spy : EYER
71. One on the move : GOER
1. Distaff titles : MAAMS
2. Sign up : ENROL
3. Union unit : STATE
4. Rope used in some tents : HIGHWIRE
5. Cicatrix : SCAR
6. Glenn's coup : ORBIT
7. Show-biz names : BARNUMANDBAILEY
8. Getting caught, in a way : SNAGGING
9. Oxford shiner : BOOTBLACK
10. Indolent : IDLE
11. Musk ___ of central Asia : DEER
14. Kipling work : KIM
15. Start of a football play : SNAP
22. Bench warmer : SUB
24. Soak : STEEP
28. ___ as a beet : ASRED
30. Denominations : SECTS
32. Chill : AGUE
33. Kinski's 1980 role : TESS
34. Photocopy : STAT
35. Queequeg's captain : AHAB
36. Carrousel adjunct : BRASSRING
38. Yes or no follower : SIREE
41. Sluggish : INACTIVE
42. Show-biz name : RINGLING
47. ___ bono publico : PRO
51. Scottish port : OBAN
53. Act part : SCENE
55. Ham's pleasure : RADIO
56. ___ des Beaux-Arts : ECOLE
57. Harrison's running mate : TYLER
58. Temple termination : APSE
59. ___ up (devise) : COOK
60. Latin I paradigm : AMO
61. European coal basin : SAAR

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