New York Times, Monday, September 24, 1984

Author: Harold B. Counts
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.92, Missing: { J Q X Y Z }, Scrabble score: 260 (avg 1.39)
Open Squares: 72, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 7, XRef: 1
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© 1984, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Acquire knowledge : LEARN
6. News summary : RECAP
11. Shaver : LAD
14. Stan's pal : OLLIE
15. N.Z. peninsula : OTAGO
16. Mine find : ORE
17. Andrew Carnegie was one : SELFMADEMAN
19. ___ compos mentis : NON
20. Enthroned : SEATED
21. World's highest peak : EVEREST
23. Vial : AMPULE
26. Stirs up resentment : IRES
27. Meteorologists' concerns : LOWS
31. Swiss mountains : ALPS
32. A Gardner : AVA
33. Ear shells : ABALONES
35. Carousal : BINGE
38. Edison's birthplace in Ohio : MILAN
39. Lunched : ATE
41. On the up and up : LEGIT
42. Georgia peach, e.g. : BELLE
43. Other I : ALTEREGO
45. Pro : FOR
46. Soft cheese : BRIE
47. Actress Moran : ERIN
48. ___ Sunday : PALM
50. Idaho, for one : POTATO
52. Land destruction : EROSION
54. Gantlet : ORDEAL
59. Bench in a church : PEW
60. Brynner-Kerr film : THEKINGANDI
63. Shoshonean : UTE
64. Hindu garments : SARIS
65. Eschew : AVOID
66. ___ annum : PER
67. Oise feeder : AISNE
68. Pads for pies : NESTS
1. Debit item : LOSS
2. Loser to S. Grant : ELEE
3. ___ breve : ALLA
4. Crevasse : RIFT
5. Battle site: 344 B.C. : NEMEA
6. Skewer : ROD
7. Nice season : ETE
8. Dromedaries, e.g. : CAMELS
9. Sisal source : AGAVE
10. Dixie cake : PONE
11. Old radio show with "The" : LONERANGER
12. Met the day : AROSE
13. Notches : DENTS
18. Madison Ave. worker : ADMAN
22. Diamond necklace : RIVIERE
24. Appeal : PLEA
25. Parvenu : UPSTART
27. English essayist: 1775–1834 : LAMB
28. Off-Broadway award : OBIE
29. Shrinking violet : WALLFLOWER
30. Downhill ski races : SLALOMS
32. Dextrous : ABLE
34. Unique person : ONER
36. Hit song in 1958 : GIGI
37. English school : ETON
40. See 27 Down : ELIA
44. Wyoming's ___ Range : TETON
46. Flubs : BONERS
48. Fill with energy : PEPUP
49. Mountain crest : ARETE
50. ___ Strait, Yellow Sea arm : POHAI
51. Grinder's burden : ORGAN
53. "___ boy!" : ITSA
55. Garroway or Winfield : DAVE
56. Biblical oldster : ENOS
57. Mine entrance : ADIT
58. Toppers : LIDS
61. Aunts and uncles, e.g. : KIN
62. Danish fjord : ISE

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