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HALL OF FAME

New York Times, Sunday, May 11, 1947

Author: Louis Jenkins
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 144, Blocks: 67, Avg Word Len: 5.19, Missing: { J Q X }, Scrabble score: 551 (avg 1.47)
Open Squares: 126, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 2, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 35
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© 1947, The New York TimesNo. 274
Across Down
1. Notable orator (1799–1859). : CHOATE
7. Painter of six Presidents (1755–1828). : STUART
13. America's Troubador (1826–64). : FOSTER
19. Leader of famous "march to the sea," 1864. : SHERMAN
20. Author of famous statement, Dec. 2, 1823. : MONROE
21. Issue. : EMERGE
22. Discoverer of the St. Lawrence, 1534. : CARTIER
23. Circumstances of life. : ESTATE
24. Poet-flutist (1842–81). : LANIER
25. Purl. : RIB
26. Highest note. : ELA
27. Sour-tempered. : ACID
28. Owner of Mjollnir. : THOR
30. Before. : ERE
31. Egyptian alloy. : ASEM
33. Resembling fern cells. : SPORAL
35. Shabby. : MEAN
36. East of the Urals. : ASIA
37. Insecurity. : PERIL
39. Soon after. : THEN
40. Cauterize. : BURN
41. Set of eight. : OCTAD
42. Wandering animal. : ESTRAY
44. Repugnant. : ODIOUS
46. Nursery rhyme animals. : KITTENS
48. Our first V. P. : ADAMS
50. Creator of GOP elephant. : NAST
51. Center of British movie industry. : SOHO
52. Children. : PROGENY
55. Occupation of high school student. : SITTER
57. What "Parsifal" is noted for. : LENGTH
61. Sewing machine inventor (1819–67). : HOWE
62. Famous jurist (1763–1847). : KENT
64. Less excited. : SERENER
66. Fish dish. : ROE
67. Describing Falstaff. : OBESE
69. Famous bacteriologist (1851–1902). : REED
71. Painter Guido. : RENI
72. Famous dancer. : SHAWN
74. Storage place. : BIN
75. Acts vigorously. : BESTIRS
78. Hasty. : RASH
80. Great expert: Slang. : ONER
81. City in Alabama. : ENSLEY
83. Steals. : SNEAKS
85. Pious. : SAINTLY
87. Son of Zeus. : ARES
89. Famous educator (1796–1859). : MANN
90. Legion: Hist. : TERZO
91. Denial. : REPULSE
94. Whirlpools. : EDDIES
96. Birthplace of St. Paul. : TARSUS
100. Shun. : EVADE
101. Steeps. : RETS
103. Famous botanist (1810–88). : GRAY
105. Smiling. : RIANT
106. French poetry. : VERS
107. Discoverer of Good Hope, 1488. : DIAZ
108. His fare was an obol. : CHARON
110. High: Comb. form. : ALTI
111. Of the same kind. : ILK
112. Winner in 1908. : TAFT
113. Drinkers. : SOTS
114. Col. Boyce's outfit. : WAC
116. 252 wine gal. : TUN
117. Chilean river. : LIMARI
119. Make easy. : ENABLE
121. Delightful summer pastime. : LOAFING
123. Relatives on mother's side. : ENATES
124. Unsound horse. : ROARER
125. Domains. : EMPIRES
126. Lucidity. : SANITY
127. Detached things. : STRAYS
128. Ate carefully. : DIETED
1. Vehicles. : CHAISES
2. Cellist-composer (1859–1924). : HERBERT
3. Refuse. : ORT
4. Sweetheart: Fr. : AMIE
5. Weights of Eastern Asia. : TAELS
6. Thrown into ecstasy. : ENRAPT
7. Defamed. : SMEARED
8. Music master. : TOSCANINI
9. Up to the time of. : UNTIL
10. City on the Mures. : ARAD
11. Twaddle: Slang. : ROT
12. Jiggle. : TEETER
13. Malignant. : FELON
14. Poet of Nishapur. : OMAR
15. ½c in Kobe. : SEN
16. Disputed port. : TRIESTE
17. Pertaining to the clearwing moths. : EGERIAN
18. Cons again. : REREADS
19. Predicament. : SCRAPE
29. Name of Lincoln's maternal grandparents. : HANKS
32. Illusions. : MIRAGES
34. Exclamations. : OHOS
35. Assemblers. : MUSTERERS
36. ___ Bell, Anne Brontë's pseudonym. : ACTON
38. Put freight in. : LADE
40. Something huge: Slang. : BUSTER
41. Additional people. : OTHERS
43. Sudden twitch. : YANK
45. Fodder. : OATS
47. She refused to marry Hercules. : IOLE
49. Fort ___, Florida. : MYERS
52. One who fears. : PHOBE
53. Herald of spring. : ROBIN
54. Noted runner. : OWENS
55. Inventor of "man-made lightning." : STEINMETZ
56. Rockfish. : RENA
58. He wrote "Personal Memoirs," 1885. : GRANT
59. Symbol of defeat. : TOWEL
60. Famous physicist (1797–1878). : HENRY
63. Snares. : NETS
65. Water sprite: Var. : NISSE
68. Noted sculptor. : EBERLE
70. Fears. : DREADS
73. Dryden heroine. : HONORIA
76. Views. : EYES
77. Abrasive. : SAND
79. Late horse-opera actor. : HART
82. Praises. : LAUDS
84. He marries "Emma." : KNIGHTLEY
86. Yellow star. : IZAR
88. Part of a type face. : SERIF
90. Autocrat. : TSAR
91. Uses contemptuous language. : REVILES
92. She marries Lord Orville. : EVELINA
93. Famous historian (1823–93). : PARKMAN
95. Pencil ends. : ERASERS
97. Cross formed by bend dexter and bend sinister. : SALTIRE
98. Disarranged. : UNTUNED
99. Goads. : STINGS
102. Gourmands. : EATERS
104. Cried. : YOWLED
107. Famous bicyclist. : DAISY
108. Rikki-tikki-tavi's quarry. : COBRA
109. Ruth's mother-in-law. : NAOMI
112. Allowance for waste. : TRET
113. French river. : SAAR
115. Of South Africa. : CAPE
118. Panay native. : ATI
120. Back: Comb. form. : NOT
122. Appropriate. : FIT

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