Eugene T. Maleska
Eugene T. Maleska 

New York Times, Monday, August 12, 1985

Author: Eugene T. Maleska
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 5.11, Missing: { F J K Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 258 (avg 1.37)
Open Squares: 71, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 5, XRef: 0
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© 1985, The New York Times
Across Down
1. A Roosevelt : SARA
5. Passover feast : SEDER
10. Start of a C. Moore poem : TWAS
14. Egyptian sun god : AMON
15. Jibe : AGREE
16. Part of a scale : REMI
17. Plantation machines : COTTONGINS
19. Pt. of a monogram : INIT
20. Where Castro got started : ORIENTE
21. James Bond foe : SPECTRE
23. Frail; weak : REEDY
25. ___ of Ohio (McKinley epithet) : IDOL
26. Vehicle displayed in New Orleans : DESIRE
29. Sights in Newport, R.I. : ESTATES
32. Custer's last major : RENO
33. TV network leader : PALEY
34. An O'Neill : TIP
36. Opposite of apterous : ALAR
37. Is solicitous : CARES
38. ___ Fox : BRER
39. Lux. neighbor : GER
40. Hunter's hider : BLIND
41. His lies caused uxoricide : IAGO
42. Nap : RECLINE
44. Gave a leg up : HELPED
46. Three scruples : DRAM
47. Factotum : DOALL
49. End of Yale's motto : VERITAS
52. Trattoria rice dish : RISOTTO
56. Wake-robin : ARUM
57. Hawthorne's "___ Tales" : TANGLEWOOD
59. Montague, for one : NAME
60. Succeed : ENSUE
61. Selvage : EDGE
62. Role Steber played : ELSA
63. Did some tailoring : SEWED
64. Open ___ policy : DOOR
1. City in Maine : SACO
2. Cupid : AMOR
3. Meat dish for Marcel : ROTI
4. Forward : ANTERIOR
5. Wes, the former miler : SANTEE
6. Robbed birds' nests : EGGED
7. Bacheller hero : DRI
8. Poetic times : EENS
9. Postponements : RESPITES
10. Ribbed cloth for dresses : TRICOT
11. Deep-sea mollusk : WENTLETRAP
12. Moslem lord : AMIR
13. Locale : SITE
18. He's sui generis : ONER
22. V-___ (5/8/45) : EDAY
24. Had cravings : YEARNED
26. Kind of race : DRAG
27. His catches are slippery : EELER
28. Instruments for Buddy Rich : SNAREDRUMS
30. Pung or luge : SLED
31. Agamemnon's action at Troy : SIEGE
33. This may stab or shoot : PAIN
35. Nudge : PROD
37. Milieus of a sort : CLIMATES
38. Surged; swelled : BILLOWED
40. Calf's cry : BLAT
43. Sevastopol is here : CRIMEA
44. Extolled : HAILED
45. In addition : ELSE
48. Old fort timber : ORGUE
49. Barometer's forerunner : VANE
50. Of an epoch : ERAL
51. Rational : SANE
53. Fuss : TODO
54. African republic : TOGO
55. Stettin's stream : ODER
58. Austral. state : NSW

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