Maclean's Crossword Puzzle

Maclean's Crossword Puzzle

January 1 1941
Maclean's Crossword Puzzle

Maclean's Crossword Puzzle

January 1 1941

Maclean's Crossword Puzzle

Across

1. Lake shared by Quebec and Ontario.

5. This river gave Belgium a defense line.

9. A specific for malaria.

11. Famous Viennese waltz composer.

12. With nothing in it.

13. A sickness characterized by high

temperature.

16. Any four-footed animal.

19. A mirage is an-illusion.

20. Permit.

21. A bungalow has no-rooms.

22. Kighth of the ten plagues of Egypt.

25. A great flying centre northwest of

London, Eng.

26. Achieve.

27. Blame.

30. Small blemish.

33. This gives the singer a wider audience. 36. Wait for.

38. Appetizing.

39. Cyclone.

40. Canada’s Governor-General is the

Earl of--.

41. Device once used in weighing anchor.

Solution of this puzzle on page 32.

Down

2. Hero of Bannockburn.

3. To color faintly.

4. Give a good dog a good-.

6. ‘‘A-that is set on a hill cannot

be hid.”

7. Rub out.

8. Pieces of office furniture.

10. Dose given to induce vomiting.

11. Devices once used to hold petty

offenders without putting them in jail.

13. Sudden, quick lights.

14. A furbelow.

15. This is a crutch for an oar.

16. Talk in a noisy, bullying way.

17. Clap the hands in approval.

18. The greatest annual fair in the world

is held in this city.

23. When two drops of water unite,

-and-make-.

24. Sailor.

28. Anagram of “went.”

29. You knit a stocking as a-.

31. This pays for itself, say the Dutch.

32. Unmannerly fellow.

34. Girl’s name.

35. This country is an empire in itself.

36. After a while.

37. Anagram of “goat.”