New York Times, Monday, January 20, 1997

Author: S. Spadaccini
Editor: Will Shortz
Stephanie Spadaccini
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 22 for Ms. Spadaccini. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1997, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Garb for Superman : CAPE
5. Ice cream dessert : BOMBE
10. Work detail, for short : SPEC
14. Singer Guthrie : ARLO
15. Ness of "The Untouchables" : ELIOT
16. ___ Strauss (jeans maker) : LEVI
17. What a ghost may give you : GOOSEFLESH
19. Coup d'___ : ETAT
20. Boundary : END
21. Meat cuts : LOINS
22. Stockholmer : SWEDE
23. Wise one : SAGE
24. Pay no attention : IGNORE
26. Georgia city where Little Richard was born : MACON
29. Western hero : SHERIFF
31. Keeps away from : AVOIDS
33. "Whose Life ___ Anyway?" (1981 movie) : ISIT
34. Suffix with cash : IER
37. Factory on a stream : MILL
38. Department at an auto shop : PARTS
40. Fairy tale starter : ONCE
41. Tally (up) : ADD
42. Bundled cotton : BALE
43. "Well said!" : TOUCHE
45. Honkers : TOOTERS
48. A Musketeer : ATHOS
49. Pass ___ (make the grade) : MUSTER
50. Poll amts. : PCTS
52. Bar for a bird : PERCH
53. California lake resort : TAHOE
55. Notwithstanding, briefly : THO
58. Actress Chase : ILKA
59. With feet pointing in : PIGEONTOED
61. Above, in Berlin : UBER
62. Not moving : INERT
63. Singer Fitzgerald : ELLA
64. Articulates : SAYS
65. Go along (with) : AGREE
66. Enemy's opposite : ALLY
1. Hamster's home : CAGE
2. "East of Eden" brother : ARON
3. Slog (through) : PLOD
4. Dawn goddess : EOS
5. Obscure : BEFOG
6. Hardy and North : OLLIES
7. Bearing : MIEN
8. Most domineering : BOSSIEST
9. Numerical ending : ETH
10. Quite a few, after "a" : SLEWOF
11. "Network" co-star : PETERFINCH
12. Dodge, as a question : EVADE
13. Commend : CITE
18. African antelope : ELAND
22. Perturbed state : SNIT
23. Loam : SOIL
25. Grain for grinding : GRIST
26. Baby doll's cry : MAMA
27. Enthusiastic : AVID
28. One way to quit : COLDTURKEY
30. Personnel person : HIRER
32. Outpouring : SPATE
35. Reverberate : ECHO
36. "Cheers" actor Roger : REES
39. Emulating Paul Revere : ALERTING
40. Inning parts : OUTS
42. This and that : BOTH
44. Granola-like : OATEN
46. Katharine Hepburn has four : OSCARS
47. Globe : SPHERE
49. Opera star Nellie : MELBA
51. "Veddy" British actor Robert : COOTE
52. Papal name : PIUS
54. Finish for teen or golden : AGER
55. Auto commuter's bane : TOLL
56. "War is ___" : HELL
57. Singer Anita : ODAY
59. Actress Zadora : PIA
60. Wonderland drink : TEA

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