New York Times, Thursday, January 9, 1997

Author: C. Millhauser
Editor: Will Shortz
Cathy Allis
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {FJQWXZ} Spans: 3 This is puzzle # 29 for Ms. Allis. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1997, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Catch : NAIL
5. Long Island airfield : ISLIP
10. Bureau projection : KNOB
14. Nightmarish boss : OGRE
15. Rhone feeder : SAONE
16. Actress Skye : IONE
17. Class-action suit? : TEACHINGCOSTUME
20. Act gung-ho : ENTHUSE
21. Dahl and Francis : ARLENES
22. They may have brand identification : STEER
23. Globe part : ASIA
24. Kind of call : TOLL
27. Magnetism : ALLURE
32. "Roots," e.g. : SAGA
36. Emulate Odysseus : ROAM
38. Exxon Valdez, for one : OILER
39. Playsuit? : CLUBSORDIAMONDS
42. Company that produced the game Pong : ATARI
43. Sans purpose : IDLY
44. Caricaturist Thomas : NAST
45. Send back : REMAND
47. Think of it! : IDEA
49. Owl's hangout : BARN
51. Overcharges : CLIPS
56. Follow suit : IMITATE
60. Knight's superior : BARONET
62. Trump suit? : DONSDIVORCECASE
64. Actress Baclanova of old films : OLGA
65. Soft palate : VELUM
66. Opponent : ANTI
67. Norman of sitcom fame : LEAR
68. Lift up : ELATE
69. Singer Russell of 70's music : LEON
1. Alumni ___ : NOTES
2. Instrument : AGENT
3. Fit to be tied : IRATE
4. Madre's milk : LECHE
5. Wife of Osiris : ISIS
6. Fit to be tried : SANE
7. Record : LOG
8. Pizarro's conquest : INCAS
9. Bradley University site : PEORIA
10. Relative of a falcon : KITE
11. You name it : NOUN
12. "The joke's ___!" : ONME
13. Some parties : BEES
18. Smart : HURT
19. Lillehammer event : SLALOM
23. Disney hit of '92 : ALADDIN
25. Treasure of the Sierra Madre : ORO
26. Loughlin of "Full House" : LORI
28. Club member since 1917 : LION
29. It's near the crazy bone : ULNA
30. Bench's benchmates : REDS
31. Formerly, once : ERST
32. Traumatize : SCAR
33. Adenauer moniker Der ___ : ALTE
34. "Where America's Day Begins" : GUAM
35. "East of Eden" woman : ABRA
37. Salsa specification : MILD
40. Storied sailor : SINBAD
41. Alway : AYE
46. It's a case : DATIVE
48. Israeli port : ACRE
50. Party : REVEL
52. Neighborhood : LOCAL
53. Fatuous : INANE
54. Basil-based sauce : PESTO
55. Stout vessel : STEIN
56. Elvis, for one : IDOL
57. Source of a leak : MOLE
58. Actress Swenson : INGA
59. Rimsky-Korsakov's Saltan, e.g. : TSAR
60. Like some champagne : BRUT
61. Zenith : ACME
63. Commercial suffix with Motor : OLA

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