New York Times, Monday, September 17, 1984

Author:Daniels
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.85, Missing: { Q W Z }, Scrabble score: 290 (avg 1.53)
Open Squares: 68, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 3, XRef: 1, Spans: 2
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© 1984, The New York Times
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1. Be economical : SAVE
5. Copperfield's first wife : DORA
9. Resolve grammatically : PARSE
14. Holly : ILEX
15. Elliptical : OVAL
16. Heighten spirits : ELATE
17. Cabinet officer : ATTORNEYGENERAL
20. British sculptor : MOORE
21. State of preparation : READINESS
22. Attired : CLAD
24. Southwestern Indian : UTE
25. Suva is its capital : FIJI
28. Arresting group : POLICE
31. Presidential sobriquet : ABE
34. Rumanian composer-conductor : ENESCO
36. ___ corner : AMEN
37. Blend : MIX
38. Swedish port : MALMO
39. Snake on the Nile : ASP
40. Ground for action : CAUSE
42. Wire measure : MIL
43. Baseball stats : RBIS
45. Photoelectric eye : SENSOR
46. Suffix with cook or rook : ERY
47. Secure anew : RELOCK
49. Item in Junior's bank : CENT
50. Excavate : DIG
51. It leads ships past Leeds : AIRE
53. Timetables : SCHEDULES
58. "My body ___ of bones . . . ": Donne : ASACK
62. What 17 Across must uphold : THECONSTITUTION
64. Cabinet position : LABOR
65. Ethiopian lake : TANA
66. Not fooled by : ONTO
67. Argot for aces : ONERS
68. Boor of a sort : SLOB
69. Corrode, as iron : RUST
1. "The King and I" locale : SIAM
2. Kind of saxophone : ALTO
3. Presidential prerogative : VETO
4. Demon-chasing ritual : EXORCISM
5. Oxford tutor : DON
6. Exceed : OVERDO
7. Comedienne from Montana : RAYE
8. Stonewort, e.g. : ALGA
9. Sorrow for one's sins : PENITENCE
10. Coeur d'___, Idaho : ALENE
11. Hard to find : RARE
12. RR depots : STAS
13. Slithery creatures : EELS
18. Electrical unit : REL
19. Draw out : EDUCE
23. G.I. address : APO
25. Lady of Lyon : FEMME
26. Suspended : INAIR
27. Type of bean or roll : JELLY
29. Dogie catcher : LASSO
30. Brat's cousin : IMP
31. Divert : AMUSE
32. Beast on an old nickel : BISON
33. Put forth effort : EXERT
35. Halls : CORRIDORS
39. Be indisposed : AIL
41. Forebear : ANCESTOR
44. Started : BEGUN
45. Enjoy Snow Basin : SKI
48. Card game : CASINO
50. Ornamentation : DECOR
52. Former L.A. pitcher : RAU
53. City on the Vire : STLO
54. Fictional sleuth : CHAN
55. Goddess of youth : HEBE
56. Landing craft : LSTS
57. And others: Latin abbr. : ETAL
59. Japanese aborigine : AINU
60. Barracks beds : COTS
61. Diamond hitch, e.g. : KNOT
63. Hunter from N.Y.C. : TAB

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