New York Times, Wednesday, July 1, 1981

Author:Hoy
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.97, Missing: { J Q X Y Z }, Scrabble score: 271 (avg 1.43)
Open Squares: 73, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 4, XRef: 1
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© 1981, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Push roughly : SHOVE
6. Engaged in : UPTO
10. Noted Canadian pioneer: 1783–1856 : ROSS
14. Driver's invitation : HOPIN
15. "___ Lake," Doctorow novel : LOON
16. A body on Canada's southern border : ERIE
17. Opt for : ELECT
18. ___ Territories, Canada : NORTHWEST
20. Home of the Canadiens : MONTREAL
22. Asian region settled by ancient Greeks : AEOLIS
23. Louts : OAFS
24. Fox or Rabbit : BRER
25. Pollster Louis : HARRIS
28. Offspring : CHILDREN
32. Once more : AGAIN
33. Anarchy : CHAOS
34. Dir. from Toronto to Ottawa : ENE
35. Barrett or Jaffe : RONA
36. ___ Piao, former Chinese Communist leader : LIN
37. Ski resort in Utah : ALTA
38. "___ tu," Verdi aria : ERI
39. Victimized by a deceitful salesman : STUNG
41. Eye with disdain : SNEER
42. Canadian province : MANITOBA
44. Buck or Roy : ROGERS
45. Two of these equal 200 yrs. : CENS
46. Trick : FOOL
47. Forest once reserved for British royalty : EPPING
50. Capital of 42 Across : WINNIPEG
54. Canada's third-largest city : VANCOUVER
56. Place for étudiants : ECOLE
57. Satanic : EVIL
58. Facility : EASE
59. Peep show : RAREE
60. First name for a Québécois : RENE
61. Concordes, e.g. : SSTS
62. Move stealthily : SNEAK
1. Noah's eldest son : SHEM
2. Prefix with graph or gram : HOLO
3. Accessible : OPEN
4. Capital of British Columbia : VICTORIA
5. Board a Pullman : ENTRAIN
6. Bones between elbows and wrists : ULNAS
7. Game for Nick Varner : POOL
8. Rock pile on a peak : TOR
9. Toronto is its capital : ONTARIO
10. State differently : REWORD
11. U.S.S.R. grain market : OREL
12. Mexican's double affirmative : SISI
13. Units for Borg : SETS
19. Where to wear spurs : HEELS
21. Failing grades : EFS
24. Hemp : BHANG
25. Moslem gynaeceum : HAREM
26. Marketplace : AGORA
27. Took a crook to be booked : RANIN
28. Audrey Meadows's birthplace : CHINA
29. Freeman book about a C.S.A. leader : RELEE
30. Script direction : ENTER
31. Approaches : NEARS
33. Cudgels : CLUBS
37. Canadian Episcopalian, e.g. : ANGLICAN
39. Transcriber, for short : STENO
40. French and English, e.g. : TONGUES
41. Tulsa natives : SOONERS
43. Common sight in the Yukon : ICICLE
44. Guidry or Nessen : RON
46. Dismisses : FIRES
47. Perpetually : EVER
48. Tar a road : PAVE
49. Nabokov novel : PNIN
50. Direction from Saskatchewan to Alberta : WEST
51. Hit the books : PORE
52. Italian birthplace of a school of philosophy : ELEA
53. Sideshow attraction : GEEK
55. Organic duct : VAS

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