1 JUNE 1934, Page 34

"The Spectator" Crossword No. 88


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1. Will be much visited this year.

11. It was not at the one in France that the treaty was signed.

13. Behead a word in a previous clue.

14. Scene of a recent success- ful film.

18. This water is not, however, infested with snakes.

17. A game with 33.

18. We were not here in this age.

19. Nothing could make it nobody.

20. Said he was fama super aethera mkt&

21 rev. Beginning of an Aus- trian town.

22. Took part in the Battle of the Falklands (the middle vowel is a wrong 'un).

26 rev. " Who's afraid of the Four Black - s 1 " readers of a certain news- paper might exclaim.

28. Must have been an ideal place for war photo- graphers.

29. Anag. of 13 and head of 14.

30. Behead a Merchant of Venice character.

32 rev. Household job. 33. See 17.

35. Put me in this and it might become filial.

36. Matter for tears in America.


1. Boss cleat (snag.).

2. Famous continental art gallery.

3. More than a lake, it's weird.

4. A coin-tails up.

5. You probably met this table at an early age.'

6. Famous painter.

7. Once famous school story.

8. Curtail Browning's rhyme for " Tommy-make-room- for-your-uncle-us."

9. Green with volcanic suggestion.

10. More than customary. 12. Old customs are usually. -15. Behead 27- and mix the result. •

21. The Boy Scout leans on it, the editor sits on it. - 23. An airy prefix.

24. Turn up a university.

25. Asiatic language. The English in Ireland lived in one; according to " 1066."

29. Behead 26.

31. Gladstone and Lord Oxford lent their names to kinds of this. L aQ

34. Preposition.