Eugene T. Maleska
Eugene T. Maleska 

New York Times, Thursday, September 26, 1991

Author: Eugene T. Maleska
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.92, Missing: { F J Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 294 (avg 1.57)
Open Squares: 77, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 9, XRef: 1, Spans: 3
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© 1991, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Grouch : CRAB
5. Mess of cress : SALAD
10. Size of type : PICA
14. Take it easy : LOLL
15. Perspicacious : ACUTE
16. "Giselle" composer : ADAM
17. "It's a Sin to Tell ___" : ALIE
18. Religious teachers' maxims : LOGIA
19. Onetime Irish capital : TARA
20. Drinks made of rum, lime juice, etc. : PLANTERSPUNCHES
23. What Butler didn't give : DAMN
24. Greetings prior to gams : AHOYS
25. Spy with Joshua : CALEB
28. Procacious : SASSY
31. Don José's emotion : AMOR
32. Ploy; ruse : GAMBIT
34. Health resort : SPA
37. Some fruity desserts : BOYSENBERRYPIES
40. Reno-to-Las Vegas dir. : SSE
41. ___ Athena : PALLAS
42. Pan's foe : HOOK
43. Bach work : MOTET
44. Where to see Lincoln : PENNY
45. Netlike head covering : SNOOD
48. Young Seaver pitched here : SHEA
50. A modern style of French cooking : NOUVELLECUISINE
57. Oppositionist : ANTI
58. Roof edges : EAVES
59. "___ in Calico," 1946 song : AGAL
60. Crook found in a 65 Across : KNEE
61. Soup made of the hock of beef : SKINK
62. Alaskan city : NOME
63. What the walls have : EARS
64. Like caviar : SALTY
65. Hornbeam, e.g. : TREE
1. What claques do : CLAP
2. Kipfel, e.g. : ROLL
3. Saturn attachment : ALIA
4. Appliances for chefs : BLENDERS
5. Capital of Ore. : SALEM
6. Type of squash : ACORN
7. Drags along : LUGS
8. Eagerly expectant : ATIP
9. Jet ___ (fountain) : DEAU
10. Of inconsistent quality : PATCHY
11. Hell's Canyon is here : IDAHO
12. Composer of "Sally in Our Alley" : CAREY
13. Act like a pack rat : AMASS
21. What a sport picks up : TAB
22. Abominable : NASTY
25. Fiacres : CABS
26. Book of the Bible : AMOS
27. Ravel's "Ma Mère ___" : LOYE
28. Sparling : SMELT
29. Siren in "East of Eden" : ABRA
30. Letter opener : SIRS
32. Midge : GNAT
33. Qualified : ABLE
34. Suffix with scan : SION
35. Mexican muzhik : PEON
36. " . . . ___ of slate": Symons : ASKY
38. Horatian creation : EPODE
39. It's often served under glass : PHEASANT
43. "Merton of the ___" : MOVIES
44. Noted architect : PEI
45. Racer, for one : SNAKE
46. Ragazza's grandmother : NONNA
47. Peripheral : OUTER
48. Pointer's best point : SCENT
49. Robust : HUSKY
51. Not so much : LESS
52. Nevin's "Mighty ___ Rose" : LAKA
53. Malevolent : EVIL
54. Borodin's "Prince ___" : IGOR
55. Item in an onomasticon : NAME
56. Foe of S. Grant : ELEE

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