New York Times, Thursday, January 22, 2009

Author: Gary J. Whitehead
Editor: Will Shortz
Gary J. Whitehead
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 40 Missing: {JQV} This is puzzle # 6 for Mr. Whitehead. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Schmo : BOZO
5. Trash cans and such : ICONS
10. Walking encyclopedia : EGGHEAD
14. "How did ___ this happen?" : ILET
15. Opposite of someways : NOHOW
16. Alto lead-in? : PALO
17. Paris's ___ de Lyon : GARE
18. Benjamin : CNOTE
19. Wood alternative : IRON
20. Split : HEADFORTHEHILLS
23. Refrain from singing in kindergarten? : EIEIO
24. Picketer's sign : PLACARD
28. Zing : DIS
29. Chinese dollar : YUAN
33. All over : HEADTOTOE
34. 1990s war site : BOSNIA
36. ___ feuilletée (puff pastry) : PATE
37. Primitive trophies ... or a hint to this puzzle's theme : SHRUNKENHEADS
41. Karmann ___ (old Volkswagen) : GHIA
42. Genuine : ACTUAL
43. Alternative rock band with four platinum albums : RADIOHEAD
46. Repair shop figs. : ESTS
47. Cry out loud : SOB
50. Conformation defect in a horse : EWENECK
52. Words on a Wonderland cake : EATME
54. Traffic sign that indicates a possible temporary road closure : DRAWBRIDGEAHEAD
58. Deal preceder : ANTE
61. Cause for pulling over : SIREN
62. Where Samson defeated the Philistines : LEHI
63. Lawless role : XENA
64. Managing, with "out" : EKING
65. Zest : ELAN
66. Front : HEADEND
67. Go from one number to another : SEGUE
68. 100 18-Acrosses : TENG
1. Macrocephalic : BIGHEADED
2. Sainted king known as "the Fat" : OLAFII
3. Numbers in the thousands? : ZEROES
4. "S.N.L." alum : OTERI
5. Creep : INCH
6. Gelato holder : CONE
7. "Pick me! I know the answer!" : OHOH
8. Angry diner's decision : NOTIP
9. Egoist : SWELLHEAD
10. Like a bishop's authority : EPISCOPAL
11. Elongated fish : GAR
12. Day-___ : GLO
13. One way to meet : HEADON
21. "Happy birthday" follower : TOYOU
22. Back muscle, for short : LAT
25. Slightly : ATAD
26. Fails to keep : ROTS
27. It's barely passing : DEE
30. Seal's org. : USN
31. "My Way" songwriter : ANKA
32. Eleanor Roosevelt, to Teddy : NIECE
34. Unable to think at all : BRAINDEAD
35. Things with antennas : ANTS
37. "Rich Man, Poor Man" novelist, 1970 : SHAW
38. Lie low : HIDE
39. Wickiup, for one : HUT
40. Lightened : EASED
41. Test for M.A. seekers : GRE
44. Done, to Donne : OER
45. Nut jobs : HEADCASES
47. English essayist Richard : STEELE
48. Certain Nebraska native : OMAHAN
49. Lady Jane Grey's fate : BEHEADING
51. ___-Mart : KWIKE
53. Shoelace tip : AGLET
55. Ship part : BRIG
56. Bausch & Lomb lens-care product : RENU
57. Playwright William : INGE
58. Chopping part of a chopper : AXHEAD
59. French word in some bios : NEE
60. Former TV inits. : TNN

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