New York Times, Thursday, July 2, 1981

Author: Raymond F. Eisner
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: 276 (avg 1.49)
Open Squares: 53, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 9, XRef: 1, Spans: 1
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© 1981, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Some Princetonians : COEDS
6. Bartlett's relative : BOSC
10. Miss Le Gallienne : EVA
13. Let in : ADMIT
14. Buffalo's kin : ANOA
15. Cow, in Castilla : VACA
17. American playwright : PAULOSBORN
19. Architects' concerns : ELLS
20. "Jacta ___ est!" : ALEA
21. Squares : EVENSUP
23. Composer Mahler : GUSTAV
26. Hall of Fame goalie : PLANTE
27. Biographer Edwards : ANNE
28. Vane direction : ESE
30. Ecol. or econ. : SCI
31. "Winterset" hero : MIO
32. Same old routine : GRIND
34. Ansel ___, famed photographer : ADAMS
38. Hit play by 17 Across : MORNINGSATSEVEN
41. Singer Susan ___ : ANTON
42. Place for a bust : NICHE
43. Old Tokyo : EDO
44. Approves : OKS
46. Letter for Churchill : VEE
47. Certain cut : CREW
48. Plane part : ENGINE
50. Ranchers' ropes : REATAS
52. Condensed account : EPITOME
54. Anagram for tuna : AUNT
55. City in Bergen Co., N.J. : LODI
56. Legendary giant lumberjack : PAULBUNYAN
61. Look : SEEM
62. Singer James from L.A. : ETTA
63. Like some seasons : RAINY
64. Uno e due : TRE
65. Greek letters : RHOS
66. Character in "Silas Marner" : EPPIE
1. Beret or biretta : CAP
2. Room for Fatima : ODA
3. Rhea's look-alike : EMU
4. Expand : DILATE
5. Roman garment : STOLA
6. Ali ___ : BABA
7. "Sail ___ Ship of State!" : ONO
8. City in Canada : SOREL
9. Feat of Klee : CANVAS
10. Vespers time : EVENTIDE
11. "___ Mélancolique," Liszt composition : VALSE
12. Civil rights org. : ACLU
16. Ophidian : ASP
18. River into Bristol Channel : SEVERN
22. Package : ENCASE
23. ___ ray : GAMMA
24. Part of I.T.U. : UNION
25. Stall sound : SNORT
26. Derby winner after Count Fleet : PENSIVE
29. Kind of language : SIGN
32. Ornamental tree of the Orient : GINKGO
33. Freshwater fish : DACE
35. Ward off : AVERT
36. Femme fatale of myths : MEDEA
37. Phoebe and C.P. : SNOWS
39. When whistles blow : NOONTIME
40. " . . . ay, there's ___": Hamlet : THERUB
45. Silly, self-conscious smile : SIMPER
47. Sleep lightly : CATNAP
48. Sea duck : EIDER
49. Under, in poesy : NEATH
51. Steel : ENURE
52. City RR's : ELS
53. Pulitzer Prize winner Howard Nemerov, e.g. : POET
54. Word of woe : ALAS
57. ___-Aztecan : UTO
58. Kennel sound : YIP
59. Witch bird : ANI
60. Group of pheasants : NYE

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