Eugene T. Maleska
Eugene T. Maleska 

New York Times, Friday, September 3, 1993

Author: Eugene T. Maleska
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 32, Avg Word Len: 5.22, Missing: { F J Q W Z }, Scrabble score: 294 (avg 1.52)
Open Squares: 77, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 8, XRef: 0
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Across Down
1. F.D.R.'s pet name for Eleanor : BABS
5. Sudra or Vaisya : CASTE
10. Jayhawk : RAID
14. Skulk : LURK
15. Starwort : ASTER
16. TV's Hawkeye : ALDA
17. Malarial fever : AGUE
18. Casually employed dock workers : SHENANGOES
20. Role for M. Monroe : SEXPOT
22. Shrub bearing floribunda : ROSEBUSH
23. Competitor at Yonkers : TROTTER
25. Anatomical wrinkle : RUGA
26. Toppers for British bishops : MITRES
28. Like the Bad Lands : RUGGED
32. Plant used as an antidote for snakebites : GUACO
34. Pluto, to Plato : HADES
36. Violinist Bull : OLE
37. London's ___ of Court : INNS
38. Captures : TAKES
39. Palm or sole : VOLA
40. "QB ___," Uris book : VII
41. Defame : LIBEL
42. Juridic : LEGAL
43. Star in Draco : ETAMIN
45. Sharp Italian cheese : ROMANO
47. Prelim. remarks : INTR
49. Boccaccio tale : NOVELLA
52. Gazing in awe : MOONEYED
56. Game fish : TARPON
57. One who dreads working with computers : CYBERPHOBE
59. Came down : ALIT
60. Coconut fiber : COIR
61. " . . . and ye shall ___ in haste": Ex. 12:11 : EATIT
62. Actress Copley : TERI
63. Deli's cold ___ : CUTS
64. Some Brahmins : SNOBS
65. C.E.O., e.g. : EXEC
1. Sand-trap shot : BLAST
2. Boring tool : AUGER
3. Habit of grinding the teeth : BRUXOMANIA
4. Doubters : SKEPTICS
5. Swiveling wheel : CASTER
6. Rowan : ASH
7. Hip appendage : STER
8. Purport : TENOR
9. Obliterations : ERASURES
10. Catchall : RAGBAG
11. Baseball's Moises ___ : ALOU
12. Sept. 13, e.g. : IDES
13. Sprint : DASH
19. Wine-hot water drink : NEGUS
21. Cartoonist Soglow : OTTO
24. Therapeutic process, for short : REHAB
27. Type of falcon : SAKER
29. Very large number : GOOGOLPLEX
30. O'Neill's mother : ELLA
31. Fir or pine board : DEAL
32. Elasticity : GIVE
33. A mil. body : UNIT
35. Alain ___, French actor : DELON
38. Certain photographs : TINTYPES
39. Treat with awe : VENERATE
41. Ocean greyhound : LINER
42. Uncooled pumice : LAVA
44. They make vein efforts : MINERS
46. Polyphonic compositions : MOTETS
48. Actress from Ireland: 1860-1916 : REHAN
50. Nantes's river : LOIRE
51. Gambado : ANTIC
52. Year in reign of Philip IV of France : MCCC
53. "___ hard hearts . . .": Shak. : OYOU
54. Sad news, for short : OBIT
55. ___ a turn (cook perfectly) : DOTO
58. Tucker's partner : BIB

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