New York Times, Saturday, September 21, 1985

Author:Larry Goldhirsch
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 5.05, Missing: { B Q X }, Scrabble score: 282 (avg 1.51)
Open Squares: 73, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 4, XRef: 0
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© 1985, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Performs christies : SKIS
5. Trapper's trophy : PELT
9. Treadle : PEDAL
14. Shade : TINT
15. Foster : REAR
16. Read book : ALIVE
17. Destroy : UNDO
18. Killer whale : ORCA
19. Albright and Falana : LOLAS
20. Club moss's kin : FERN
21. "On Liberty" author : JOHNSMILL
23. Heavy wool cloth : FRIEZE
25. Davis Cup captain : ASHE
26. Egyptian cotton : MACO
28. ___ Last Theorem, math wonder : FERMATS
33. Nut bearers : PECANTREES
37. Land of Zhob and Zor : ASIA
38. "Nor ever did ___ one": Wilmot : AWISE
39. Marmon, e.g. : CAR
40. Prevent, legally : ESTOP
41. No one, to Nero : NEMO
42. Trevi trio : THREECOINS
44. Spanish V.I.P. : GRANDEE
46. Deserve : EARN
47. Largest nation: Abbr. : USSR
49. Argus and Cerberus : GUARDS
53. Heavy burden : MILLSTONE
57. Bell the cat : DARE
58. Jocose : COMIC
59. Meow's big brother : ROAR
60. Mine passage : ADIT
61. Mezzo-soprano Marilyn : HORNE
62. Plant of the legume family : ANIL
63. "___ 18," Uris novel : MILA
64. That is: Lat. : IDEST
65. Dutch portraitist : 17th century : LELY
66. Cobbler's concern : SOLE
1. Cram : STUFF
2. Baseball Hall of Famer : KINER
3. Lemur of Madagascar : INDRI
4. He cuts, shapes and builds : STONEMASON
5. Scheme : PROJECT
6. Saarinen : EERO
7. Lake in Russia : LACHA
8. Double-ticket commuter : TRANSFEREE
9. Stadium at Princeton : PALMER
10. The Morlocks' victims in a Wells book : ELOI
11. Only Englishman buried in Arlington : DILL
12. Grandparental : AVAL
13. Author Whitten : LES
22. Lasses : SHES
24. Novelist Grey : ZANE
27. Suitable for the Boston Pops : ORCHESTRAL
29. He played Lou Grant's boss : MASONADAMS
30. Italian wine region : ASTI
31. The act of: Suffix : TION
32. Enervates : SAPS
33. Swain's symptom : PANG
34. Water jug : EWER
35. Dome on the range : CIMA
36. Concha's locale : EAR
40. Raw silk color : ECRU
42. Kinski role: 1979 : TESS
43. With avidity : EAGERLY
45. Melodious : DULCET
48. TV exec Arledge : ROONE
50. Gildersleeve's medium : RADIO
51. W African baboon : DRILL
52. Caterpillar hairs : SETAE
53. Imperative, e.g. : MOOD
54. Nagy of Hungary : IMRE
55. Brazilian city : LINS
56. Certain striker's target : NAIL
58. "___ Pipa," renowned Chinese play : CHI

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