New York Times, Thursday, August 4, 1988

Author:James E. Hinish, Jr.
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.79, Missing: { Q X }, Scrabble score: 295 (avg 1.58)
Open Squares: 69, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 12, XRef: 1
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1. Pt. of speech : ADV
4. Conductor Dorati : ANTAL
9. Arm, in Armentières : BRAS
13. Condemn : DOOM
15. Greenstreet's screen pal : LORRE
16. Sunday section, for short : ROTO
17. "___ Karenina" : ANNA
18. Chicago's Rumanian-born conductor : GEORGSOLTI
20. Secure : MAKEFAST
22. Philadelphia's Ormandy : EUGENE
23. Court notable : ASHE
24. Drab color: Ger. : GRAU
25. Main artery : AORTA
27. Org. of 26 Down : BSO
29. Vice ___ : VERSA
33. Underworld kingpin : CZAR
34. Strauss's "The Blue ___" : DANUBE
36. Like Joe Miller jokes : OLD
37. Spanish name for an Iberian river : TAJO
38. Edwin Booth's milieu : STAGE
39. In ___ way (seriously ill) : ABAD
40. Honolulu beach : EWA
41. Orchestrated : SCORED
42. Dream, in Dijon : REVE
43. Saint-Saëns "La ___ Macabre" : DANSE
45. Composer Rorem : NED
46. Valuable violin : STRAD
47. Gabor and Le Gallienne : EVAS
49. Locked : SHUT
50. Cherished : ADORED
53. Jazz conductor-musician Oscar ___ : PETERSON
57. New York's Indian-born conductor : ZUBINMEHTA
59. State where Szell conducted : OHIO
60. Relative of the buffalo : ANOA
61. Friendship : AMITY
62. Cellar contents : SALT
63. English conductor Boyd ___ : NEEL
64. City near Warren, Ohio : NILES
65. Tintern Abbey's river : WYE
1. G. Eliot's "___ Bede" : ADAM
2. Lady of Lisbon : DONA
3. Berlin's conductor Herbert ___ : VONKARAJAN
4. Seaweeds : ALGAE
5. Negative votes : NOES
6. Pony : TROT
7. Timetable abbr. : ARR
8. Post-Impressionist painter : LEGER
9. Coarse shoe : BROGUE
10. Part : ROLE
11. Memo abbr. : ATTN
12. Silk, in Lyon : SOIE
14. Man at the podium : MAESTRO
19. Debonair : SUAVE
21. Kind of housing loan: Abbr. : FHA
24. Overcharged : GOUGED
25. Trod the boards : ACTED
26. Manchurian-born conductor Seiji ___ : OZAWA
27. Conductors' implements : BATONS
28. Kind of drum : SNARE
30. Atlanta's conductor : ROBERTSHAW
31. Conductor Rostropovich's nickname : SLAVA
32. Subjoined : ADDED
34. Mil. decoration : DSC
35. Foundation : BED
39. Toscanini and others : ARTUROS
41. "___ Days in May" : SEVEN
44. Describing certain modern music : SERIAL
46. Haggard title : SHE
48. Madison Ave. type : ADMAN
49. Corset appurtenances : STAYS
50. Moslem call to prayer : AZAN
51. Sahara feature : DUNE
52. Orchestra member : OBOE
53. Conductor Spitalny of yesteryear : PHIL
54. Wagon or kitchen ending : ETTE
55. Unctuous : OILY
56. Score feature : NOTE
58. ___ Koussi, peak in Chad : EMI

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