2 JUNE 1933, Page 34

"The Spectator" Crossword No. 3 6


(A prize of one guinea will be given to the sender of the first correct solution of this week's crossword pu=le to be opened. Envelopes should be marked "Crossword Puzzle," and Ahould be received not later than first post on Tuesday. No etwelopes will be opened before noon on Tuesday. The name of the a inner will be published in our next issue.]


1. An animal comes first in King Arthur's court.

5. Famous Nights made by the first letter in a Trollope character.

9' Science catered for at South

10. Kensington.

11. "Or, Little by-Little."

12. Kind of Red Indian.

13. Gilbert character with a temperance flavour.

16. Give evidence.

17. Poured out.

18. Roman, not Irish, play- wright. 21. Make believe.

24. Fruit. • 25• Flat palindrome.

211 The vehicle goes back into the market.

29. "With a sense of deep I approach this painful cage" (Gilbert).

30. First the lady,- then the remainder, on the mountain.

31. Evidently well-armed foot- ball club.

32. Not the sort of first ball we like to receive.


1. A little Tory on a shelter is happy.

2. Church service.

3. "I am older than you, and must know better," it said to Alice.

4. Scene of the tragedy is

• Thc Critic.

5. Gave his name to an Oxford

6. The end of a collapse.

7. Equal - footed beasts, evidently.

8. Maria threatened to gull Malvolio into this.

14. Of the Ephesians Or cross• ways.

15. Tender.

18. Material.

19. " - Caesar never knew, thy posterity shall sway."

20. Everlasting.

21. No absent gift.

22: The home of the earwig ? 23. The negro Gas Company official came to inspect this goddess.

27. 51 on the beast.

28. Iolanthe, or the Peer and the-.