S.R.O. PEOPLE

New York Times, Sunday, September 23, 1984

Author:Bette Sue Cohen
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 78, Avg Word Len: 5.19, Missing: { J Q X }, Scrabble score: 522 (avg 1.44)
Open Squares: 119, Cheaters: 8, FITB: 17, XRef: 0
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© 1984, The New York Times
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1. One-time Angel : HACK
5. "___ Heat" from "Pajama Game" : STEAM
10. "The Wizard of Oz" author : BAUM
14. Ran from danger : FLED
18. Pearl Buck heroine : OLAN
19. Mitchell family name : OHARA
20. Wanders : ROVES
22. Stratagem : RUSE
23. O.D. : OSSIEDAVIS
25. I.D. : IRENEDUNNE
27. Defer : POSTPONE
28. ___ Brava, Spain : COSTA
30. Thoroughly objectionable person : ROTTER
31. Scholarly volume : TOME
32. Egyptian city : TANTA
33. ___ on airs : PUT
34. Clergymen's titles in Sedan : ABBES
37. Flesh: Comb. form : SARCO
38. Chairman, at a board meeting : PRESIDER
43. "Tootsie" actress : GARR
44. M.C. : MICHAELCAINE
47. N.Y.C.'s Madison : AVE
48. Les Etats ___ : UNIS
49. Mars: Comb. form : AREO
50. "I begin to smell ___" : ARAT
51. Snick and ___ : SNEE
52. Greek letter : ETA
53. D.C. : DANECLARK
57. Pares homophone : PEARS
58. Not used : UNSPENT
61. Draft horse harness : HAME
62. Transparency : ACETATE
64. "A Chorus Line" doesn't have one : ACTII
65. Adorn : ARRAY
66. S. African novelist : PATON
67. Warms again : REHEATS
69. Arena event : BOUT
70. Adds as a supplement : APPENDS
72. Child's needs : OVENS
73. A.M. : ANNMILLER
75. Actor Torn : RIP
77. Bog : MIRE
78. Spleen : BILE
80. End of a game's name : ALAI
81. Antitoxins : SERA
82. Belonging to: Suffix : EAN
83. P.S. : PETERSELLERS
87. Pitcher : EWER
88. Kind of town : ONEHORSE
90. Relating to birds : AVIAN
91. "Dames ___": 1968 show : ATSEA
92. Turkish unit of weight : OKA
93. Concrete units : SLABS
94. Site of a famous Indian sight : AGRA
96. Coveted role for a thespian : HAMLET
99. "Mule Train" singer : LAINE
100. Cigar smoke, to some : IRRITANT
104. A.D. : ANDYDEVINE
106. L.A. : LUCIEARNAZ
108. PBS program : NOVA
109. Lorelei, for one : SIREN
110. Uneven : EROSE
111. "___ boy!" : ATTA
112. Raised platform : DAIS
113. Actor's goal : PART
114. A 1982 film that takes place in 1959 : DINER
115. "___ Gynt" : PEER
1. Hula ___ : HOOP
2. Likewise : ALSO
3. "To Tell the Truth" panelist : CASS
4. Those who purl : KNITTERS
5. City left by Lot : SODOM
6. Title Macbeth earned : THANE
7. Roof edge : EAVE
8. Paul Newman role in "Exodus" : ARI
9. Cosmetic-counter purchase : MASCARA
10. City in Connecticut : BRISTOL
11. Arterial trunk : AORTA
12. Layer of the iris : UVEA
13. "The ___," Brando film: 1950 : MEN
14. Tutti's partner : FRUTTI
15. Stage great : LUNT
16. Serf : ESNE
17. Animal in a De Niro film : DEER
21. Creature "cursed above all cattle" : SERPENT
24. Heroic poem : EPOS
26. Extinguish : DOUSE
29. "___ Upon a Mattress," 1959 show : ONCE
32. Western resort lake : TAHOE
34. Chills and fever : AGUE
35. People of southern Africa : BANTU
36. B.A. : BRIANAHERNE
37. Hound's clue : SCENT
38. Simon's "Barefoot in the ___" : PARK
39. Inlet : RIA
40. D.A. : DANAANDREWS
41. Lloyd's maiden name : EVERT
42. Singer from Detroit : REESE
44. "The sea is his, and he ___": Psalms : MADEIT
45. Natives of Meshed : IRANIS
46. Harry of silent westerns : CAREY
51. She wrote "Green Darkness" : SETON
54. Time: Comb. form : CHRON
55. Alarm : LARUM
56. Italian violin maker : AMATI
57. "___ 'n' Tillie," 1972 film : PETE
59. Part of "Macbeth" : SCENE
60. School assns. : PTAS
62. Seem : APPEAR
63. Women's tight trousers : CAPRIS
65. Doubleday : ABNER
67. L. Howard role in 1936 : ROMEO
68. Spa at Lake Geneva : EVIAN
70. "Interiors" director : ALLEN
71. "Yes ___!" : SIREE
73. Helm position : ALEE
74. Refrain syllables : LALAS
76. Belém is here : PARA
78. Scolds : BERATES
79. Part of T.G.I.F. : ITS
81. Prepare to snare : SETATRAP
83. Prodded : POKED
84. Jetting upward : SALIENT
85. Author Hunter : EVAN
86. Maligned : LIBELED
89. " . . . should be as ___ severe": Shak. : HOLYAS
91. Air at the Met : ARIA
93. An anagram for nears : SANER
94. Rebel : ARISE
95. Garson : GREER
96. Round of applause : HAND
97. Celebes ox : ANOA
98. Year of Columbus' demise : MDVI
99. Syrian pound : LIRA
100. Religious image : ICON
101. Poker stake : ANTE
102. Thurmond or Archibald : NATE
103. Alexandra was married to one: Var. : TZAR
105. Pres. or P.M. : VIP
107. Swiss canton : URI

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