New York Times, Tuesday, July 18, 1989

Author: Dreyer
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.79, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 299 (avg 1.60)
Open Squares: 66, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 7, XRef: 0, Spans: 2
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1. Self-satisfied : SMUG
5. Cone-shaped edifice : TEPEE
10. Put on the line : RISK
14. The Black Pearl of soccer : PELE
15. Bikini, e.g. : ATOLL
16. College in New Rochelle : IONA
17. Nobelist in Literature: 1954 : ERNESTHEMINGWAY
20. Mrs. Perón : EVA
21. Bides one's time : WAITS
22. In wonderment : AGAPE
23. Poi ingredient : TARO
24. Lyric poem : ODE
25. Nobelist in Literature: 1958 : BORISPASTERNAK
32. Carl, the astronomer : SAGAN
33. Couple : PAIR
34. Equal: Prefix : ISO
35. "___ You," 50's hit : ONLY
36. Betty and others : COEDS
38. Harrow's rival : ETON
39. Noshed : ATE
40. Some kind of nut : COLA
41. "___ My Souvenirs," 1927 song : AMONG
42. Nobelist in Literature: 1907 : RUDYARDKIPLING
46. Surface for Scott Hamilton : ICE
47. Stout ingredient : MALT
48. Containing aspartame : SWEET
51. Like a noisy puppy : YAPPY
53. Pepper's rank: Abbr. : SGT
56. Nobelist in Literature: 1949 : WILLIAMFAULKNER
59. Almost fanatical : AVID
60. La ___, opera house in Milan : SCALA
61. Autry or Wilder : GENE
62. Some are black-eyed : PEAS
63. Actress Black : KAREN
64. Mamie's predecessor : BESS
1. Graf ___, German battleship : SPEE
2. Griffin of TV : MERV
3. Humerus's neighbor : ULNA
4. Turn right : GEE
5. Some subjects of Genghis Khan : TATARS
6. Haile Selassie was one : ETHIOP
7. Frost, e.g. : POET
8. Trees in an O'Neill title : ELMS
9. Teacher of Samuel : ELI
10. Shipyard worker : RIGGER
11. Part of the Louisiana Purchase : IOWA
12. Start of a football play : SNAP
13. Sammy or Danny : KAYE
18. Rural suitor : SWAIN
19. Consumer's friend : NADER
23. Waiter's burden : TRAY
24. Cornelia ___ Skinner : OTIS
25. African language group : BANTU
26. Made eyes at : OGLED
27. Nearly vertical, as an anchor : APEAK
28. Lugubrious : SAD
29. Former name for radon : NITON
30. "Sing ___ of sixpence" : ASONG
31. "King ___," 1933 film : KONG
32. Fly like an eagle : SOAR
36. Part of a quince : CORE
37. Superannuated : OLD
38. Give off : EMIT
40. Saguaro and prickly pear : CACTI
41. Radical found in garlic : ALLYL
43. Returns : YIELDS
44. Pierce through : IMPALE
45. New Guinea aborigine : PAPUAN
48. Barter : SWAP
49. Marry : WIVE
50. Former Cub manager : ELIA
51. Org. founded in 1844 : YMCA
52. In the distance : AFAR
53. Small dagger of yore : SNEE
54. Exogamous clan : GENS
55. Very, in Vichy : TRES
57. Invite : ASK
58. U.S.S.R. security police : KGB

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