Quantcast

Crossword Classic #6 | The Nation

  •  

Crossword Classic #6

  • Share
  • Decrease text size Increase text size

About the Author

Also by the Author

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

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

From the November 22, 1947, issue.

CLICK HERE FOR THE SOLUTION

DOWN:--1 CUBICAL; 2 MALARIA; 3 REPRESENTATIVES; 4 CANAPES; 5 ESTONIA; 6 FILLING STATIONS; 7 STINGER; 8 SPRAYED; 14 SEQUELS; 15 AVAILED; 16 ERRANDS; 18 BEELINE; 18 IRONING; 19 GASKETS.

ACROSS

1  For the material-minded, it's a broken bed with an eccentric front. (7)

5  Pours out, making quite a fuss when disturbed by the fee involved. (7)

9  You can put stock in this--it's found near diamond-bearing territory. (7)

10  The counter is entirely in a row. (7)

11  Similarly, how a man of letters conducts himself. (15)

12  Tramps for sale! (7)

13  Sounds bored, but perhaps boded well. (7)

14  Settled around a town. (7)

17  Cotton sheets are kind of average. (7)

20  Question-tracers in surveys of public land. (15)

21  Stimulte in what men live near. (7)

22  Worship sounds like Buddha's jewels (with an oriental slant!). (7)

23  They make a short distance in a boat. (7)

24  They don't rate enough to fly them. (7)

DOWN

1  Sounds like a cubby-hole in tidy shape. (7)

2  Bad French song? (7)

3  House that has had many addresses. (15)

4  What to feed the monkeys? (7)

5  Found in buses to Niagara. (7)

6  Dentists' offices? (7, 8)

7  Resting easy after getting the point of this? (7)

8  Fruit trees are. (7)

14  Novel methods of continuation. (7)

15  Sounds like a kind of threat, but helped itself to the answer. (7)

16  Makes mistakes all around, and yet these jobs get done. (7)

17  Proverbially straightforward. (7)

18  A pressing matter. (7)

19  Sealers, often found tight at the best joints. (7)

  • Share
  • Decrease text size Increase text size