"THIRTY DAYS HATH . . . "

New York Times, Sunday, September 4, 1977

Author: Henry Hook
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 78, Avg Word Len: 5.19, Missing: { Q Z }, Scrabble score: 594 (avg 1.64)
Open Squares: 98, Cheaters: 16, FITB: 12, XRef: 0
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© 1977, The New York Times
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1. ___ canem : CAVE
5. Cry of surprise : OHO
8. Cumberland river : TEES
12. Johnny of the C.S.A. : REB
15. "The ___ Love" : ONEI
16. Disciple's emotion : REVERENCE
19. Quagmire : MORASS
22. Majority of September births : VIRGOTHEVIRGIN
24. Cabaret dance : APACHE
25. Result of "hearthburn" : EMBERS
26. ___ room : REC
27. What bugbears do : SCARE
29. Mauna ___, Hawaiian peak : KEA
30. Like September in a 1937 song : RAINY
31. Kennel cacophony : BARKS
33. Grogram material : SILK
34. Caesar's road : ITER
35. Letter from Plato : ETA
36. "Have you ___ wool?" : ANY
37. Wood for 36 keys : EBONY
39. Hens' pens : COOPS
40. Vulgarized : DEGRADED
44. Coil, in Calabria : SPIRA
45. McAuliffe's reply : NUTS
46. More recondite : DEEPER
47. Citoles : LUTES
48. Retreat : GOBACK
50. Trained sailors, for short : ABS
51. Slugger in Hall of Fame : KINER
52. Very hungry : FAMISHED
54. Journalist Bernstein : CARL
57. Numismatist's prize : COIN
59. Actor Darren : MCGAVIN
61. "___ the fields we go" : OER
62. Acapulco wealth : ORO
63. Maxwell Anderson–Kurt Weill opus : SEPTEMBERSONG
65. Four quarters : ONE
66. "___ for the million . . . " : MIS
67. Agreement between nations : ENTENTE
68. Funnies' Ms. Kett : ETTA
69. Emulated Daedalus : FLEW
70. Slain, Boleyn style : BEHEADED
72. Burger adjunct : FRIES
74. Numerical prefix : TRI
76. Used a plane : SHAVED
77. Cud : RUMEN
78. Sources : FOUNTS
81. Senectuous : AGED
82. Barbara, for one : MAJOR
83. Entertained, as an idea : HARBORED
85. Goose genus : ANSER
87. Rock bottom : NADIR
88. DeSoto, e.g. : CAR
89. Summer cooler : ADE
90. "Oz" cast member : LAHR
91. Pop singer Mitchell : JONI
92. O.T. book : NAHUM
94. Trumpeter Miles : DAVIS
96. ___ loss : ATA
97. Expenses : OUTGO
98. Understood : DUG
99. Mazuma : DOREMI
100. Where Regina is : CANADA
102. The remaining September births : LIBRATHESCALES
106. Loud horn : KLAXON
107. Zippy : ENERGETIC
108. Dollars for quarters : RENT
109. L.B.J. beagle : HER
110. "Beware!," in Brest : GARE
111. 1984 et al.: Abbr. : YRS
112. Fine and liberal : ARTS
1. Kind of bridge : COVERED
2. Far from torpid : ANIMATED
3. Prolixity : VERBIAGE
4. Own: Ger. : EIGEN
5. Remnants : ORTS
6. Chuckling sound : HEH
7. "___ out!" : OVERAND
8. Mountebank's forte : TRICK
9. Poetic contraction : EER
10. School subj. : ENG
11. Collage-maker's need : SCISSORS
12. Jackstay : ROPE
13. Diamond stat. : ERA
14. Phrase welcomed by Mom : BACKTOSCHOOL
17. Complete : EVERY
18. Live oak : ENCINA
19. A+ is one : MARK
20. Romney Marsh : SHEEP
21. Catches on guns : SEARS
23. Kid ___, of jazz fame : ORY
28. ___ Khan : ALY
31. Founder of embryology : BAER
32. Chabas painting : SEPTEMBERMORN
34. Little bits : IOTAS
38. Author of "The Devil's Dictionary" : BIERCE
39. Mathematical exercise : CUBING
41. Kind of estate : REAL
42. P.D. alert : APB
43. Fell : DESCENDED
44. Realm of Helios : SUN
45. Convention figure : NOMINATOR
47. Irish export : LINEN
48. Minuet's cousin : GAVOT
49. N.H. campus : KEENE
51. Tampered with checks : KITED
52. Crash diets : FASTS
53. Fictional girl detective : DREW
54. It's of no use to Kojak : COMB
55. Ram : ARIES
56. Sept. 13, 1977 : ROSHHASHANAH
58. Made a decision : OPTED
60. U.S. Open winner: 1977 : GREEN
63. Red-battery half : SEAVER
64. Highest spot in Japan : MTFUJI
69. Driest Spanish sherry : FINO
71. Athirst : EAGER
73. Comparative ending : IER
75. Use an eraser : RUB
77. C.B. activity : RADIOING
78. Sunnybrook, for one : FARM
79. He peregrinates : TRAVELER
80. Dregs : SEDIMENT
82. Laundry machine : MANGLE
83. Arrogant : HAUGHTY
84. Leaves off : DESISTS
85. Welladay! : ALACK
86. Of birth : NATAL
87. "Touch ___ the Cat" : NOT
88. Rodeo structure : CHUTE
91. Don or San : JUAN
93. "Time flies," e.g. : ADAGE
94. Johnny's bandleader : DOC
95. Palm cockatoo : ARARA
97. Bloodhound's find : ODOR
99. Mil. awards : DSCS
101. Halberd part : AXE
103. Actress Arthur : BEA
104. School days' trio : RRR
105. Goddess of healing : EIR

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