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Herewith, Frank W. Lewis’s last puzzle in our pages—fom the May 29, 1976, issue.

This puzzle originally appeared in the May 22, 1976, issue.

From the January 24, 1948, issue.

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DOWN:--1 LUTHERAN; 2 SCION; 3 LOOKING UP; 4 SKIPPER; 6 PLAID; 7 DISMANTLE; 8 REDEEM; 9 ABOUND; 15 OVERSIGHT; 17 UNNATURAL; 18 MECHANIC; 20 EXCISE; 21 TADPOLE; 23 SEARCH; 25 OUNCE; 27 AMMON.

ACROSS

1  Feeling thus, one might wish the boat would. (8)

5  This taught Bruce a lesson! (6)

10  Stumble over a sort of oil. (7)

11  Bread is so kneaded, but not so cooked. (7)

12  When nuisances exist, one finds it therein. (5)

13  Dog biscuits. (5, 4)

14  How 5 came. (5)

16  Concerning misgivings for defense. (8)

19  Does your spouse come out of a servants' gathering? (8)

22  What's nice about the capital of England? (5)

24  Little science once gotten in the end. (9)

26  How to instruct a pirate. (5)

28  Concerning vulgar gentlemen? (7)

29  A Roman's idea of Charon. (7)

30  No comforter needed here! (6)

31  Chenille from the attic. (8)

DOWN

1  Have faith in the lunar change. (8)

2  Shattered icons. (5)

3  Is the dictionary-user's business? (7,2)

4  He's between a hop and a jump. (7)

6  How some coats are checked. (6)

7  Take out the fire-place ? (9)

8  Reconsider? (6)

9  St. Nicholas came down the chimney with it. (6)

15  How a sharpshooter looks? (9)

17  Flat, for instance? (9)

18  This is sort of a cinch to me. (8)

20  The Federals made such a charge.

21  Is this little fellow from Warsaw? (7)

23  How a chaser should look. (6)

25  Very light animal. (5)

27  Deity finds a Scotch man after an early start. (5)

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