SPACE TRIP

New York Times, Sunday, July 18, 1982

Author: Ruth N. Schultz
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 82, Avg Word Len: 5.20, Missing: { Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 528 (avg 1.47)
Open Squares: 102, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 9, XRef: 1
Ruth N. Schultz has 21 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1982, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Bone: Prefix : OSSI
5. Red planet : MARS
9. African language group : BANTU
14. Inky : EBON
18. Derr Biggers hero : CHAN
19. Seed coating : ARIL
20. Squirrel's cache : ACORN
21. Wool: Prefix : LANO
22. Huston film: 1957 : HEAVENKNOWSMRALLISON
26. Parts of clocks : SPRINGS
27. Arouse : WAKE
28. Bayard, for one : MOUNT
29. " . . . and Tyler ___" : TOO
30. N.T. book : JUDE
31. Consecrate : ANOINT
34. Some are moles : SPIES
37. Esther Williams film: 1955 : JUPITERSDARLING
42. Golden, e.g. : POND
43. Porcine abodes : PENS
44. Cries of disgust : BAHS
45. Frown : LOUR
46. Diminutive endings : ETS
47. Warp's partner : WEFT
48. Muscat citizen : OMANI
50. Davis or Midler : BETTE
51. Como hit: 1958 : CATCHAFALLINGSTAR
56. Simpleton : ASS
57. Spatial : STERIC
58. Droops : SAGS
59. Galsworthy book : TOLET
61. Reckoned : OPINED
63. Ravioli or ziti : PASTA
66. Legendary flier : ICARUS
69. Greek letters : BETAS
71. Sow's sound : OINK
73. Verdi opera : OTELLO
75. "Angela ___," 1928 song : MIA
78. Plummer film in 1969, with "The" : ROYALHUNTOFTHESUN
82. Perfume base : ORRIS
84. Mob scenes : RIOTS
85. Learning method : ROTE
86. Spanish relative : TIA
87. Rent : TORN
88. " . . . in corpore ___" : SANO
89. Beame and Burrows : ABES
90. Tenth part: Prefix : DECI
91. Weill musical: 1943 : ONETOUCHOFVENUS
96. Termite, e.g. : BORER
97. Breastbones : STERNA
98. Do a redacting job : EDIT
99. Pacino and Capp : ALS
100. "Carousel" star : RAITT
102. Ancient Syria : ARAM
103. Obliteration : ERASURE
107. Time for K-K-K-Katy's rendezvous : WHENTHEMMMMOONSHINES
111. A side of N.Y.C. : EAST
112. Kind of fig : ELEMI
113. Chinese: Prefix : SINO
114. London hero : EDEN
115. Small roles : BITS
116. Anya the author : SETON
117. Buck heroine : OLAN
118. Emulated Cordero : RODE
1. Baron in a Strauss opera : OCHS
2. Bandleader Fields : SHEP
3. West German basin : SAAR
4. Asked : INVITED
5. Tropical fruit : MANGO
6. Places of refuge : ARKS
7. ___ Tin Tin : RIN
8. Rush-hour headaches : SLOWUPS
9. Dr. J's target : BASKET
10. Summit : ACME
11. Conjunction : NOR
12. "Desire," to the English : TRAM
13. Takes off cargo : UNLOADS
14. Glyn or Wylie : ELINOR
15. ___ Day (July 14) : BASTILLE
16. Yoko : ONO
17. Negative prefix : NON
23. Cabell of baseball : ENOS
24. Desert ravine : WADI
25. Type of moth : LUNA
30. Groups seizing power : JUNTAS
32. Bark of an E. Indian tree : NIOTA
33. Letter-shaped fasteners : TNUTS
34. Cheaters : SPECS
35. Kind of race : POTATO
36. Foot part : INSTEP
37. Mutt's pal : JEFF
38. Abba of Israel : EBAN
39. Telephoned : RANG
40. Crystalline rock : SHIST
41. Ceramic stonewear : GRES
43. "And ___ Mahmud . . . ": FitzGerald : PEACETO
47. Shrill pills : WHINERS
48. First name of 72 Down : OLGA
49. Crap-game loss : MISSOUT
50. Murmur : BREATHE
52. Corn bin : CRIB
53. Swathe : LAP
54. Thou, in Tours : TOI
55. U.S. literary family : ALCOTTS
60. Dryad's home : TREE
62. "Great ___," 1929 song : DAY
64. Pie plates : TINS
65. Kelep or emmet : ANT
67. Heavy overcoat : ULSTER
68. Valve or channel : SLUICE
70. Conductor Caldwell : SARAH
72. Russian gymnast : KORBUT
74. Walking ___ (ecstatic) : ONAIR
75. Marquand sleuth : MOTO
76. Items in Watson's bag : IRONS
77. Court decision : ARRET
79. Printing machine, for short : LINO
80. Unguis : HOOF
81. Grant and Lee : FOES
83. Personal influence : INTEREST
88. Denounces fiercely : SCATHES
89. With a lively beat: Mus. : ANIMOSO
90. Personnel file : DOSSIER
92. Praying statues : ORANTS
93. Cadre, e.g. : UNIT
94. Vile people : VERMIN
95. Dutch cheese : EDAM
96. Bunk : BLAH
99. A major crime : ARSON
101. Word form with "vision" : TELE
102. G.I.'s pineapples, etc. : AMMO
103. Sicilian resort : ENNA
104. Destroy : UNDO
105. Cattail : REED
106. Medieval serf : ESNE
107. Black widow's creation : WEB
108. "Bali ___," 1949 song : HAI
109. Lincoln Ctr. structure : MET
110. Squeak squelcher : OIL

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