New York Times, Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Author: Sharon Delorme
Editor: Will Shortz
Sharon Delorme
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {KQV} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 2 for Ms. Delorme. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Pop music's Cass Elliot and Michelle Phillips : MAMAS
6. Wander aimlessly (about) : GAD
9. ___ America : MISS
13. Frigidaire competitor : AMANA
14. Debuts on the N.Y.S.E. : IPOS
16. Court records : ACTA
17. Member of Sherwood Forest's "merry band" : LITTLEJOHN
19. Existing : REAL
20. First pro team to play on artificial turf : ASTROS
21. Calif. barrio area : EASTLA
23. Pale as a ghost : ASHY
25. Company stationery : LETTERHEAD
27. ___ Na Na : SHA
28. Old console using Game Paks, briefly : NES
29. Scrap for Spot : ORT
30. Turkish title : AGA
31. Antique shop item : CURIO
33. Humiliate : ABASE
35. Prince Charles, beginning in 1952 : HEIRTOTHETHRONE
41. Blackmailer's evidence : TAPES
42. Heavenly hunter : ORION
43. One signatory to Nafta : USA
46. Belmont Park action : BET
47. Moon jumper of rhyme : COW
49. Claiborne of fashion : LIZ
50. Cramped spot, slangily : SARDINECAN
53. Soil: Prefix : AGRO
54. Fire up : EXCITE
55. Five Nations tribe : ONEIDA
57. Blacktop, e.g. : ROAD
58. Poker player's dream ... and a hint to the ends of 17-, 25-, 35- and 50-Across : ROYALFLUSH
62. ___-European languages : INDO
63. "Judge Judy" figure : SUER
64. Elzie ___, Popeye's creator : SEGAR
65. Woad and anil, for two : DYES
66. Take a shot : TRY
67. Snacks often eaten inside out : OREOS
1. Prefix with ware or content : MAL
2. Bordeaux buddy : AMI
3. Seductive W.W. I spy : MATAHARI
4. Unable to sit still : ANTSY
5. Margarita go-with : SALT
6. Action figures for boys : GIJOES
7. Words after "deaf as" or "dumb as" : APOST
8. Cry accompanying a head slap : DOH
9. Cattail's locale : MARSH
10. Summer refresher : ICETEA
11. "Hogan's Heroes" setting : STALAG
12. Brand used in 10-Down, maybe : SALADA
15. Show contempt for : SNEERAT
18. Writer ___ Stanley Gardner : ERLE
22. Gallery event : ARTSHOW
23. "The Apostle" author Sholem : ASCH
24. Elisabeth of "Leaving Las Vegas" : SHUE
26. "Hamlet" soliloquy starter : TOBE
28. Opposite of everything : NOTABIT
32. N.Y.C.'s original subway line : IRT
33. Sounds of relief : AHS
34. Go astray : ERR
36. Just for ___ : OPENERS
37. Place for a béret : TETE
38. Auto dashboard indicator : OILGAUGE
39. Pinot ___ : NOIR
40. Automaker Ferrari : ENZO
43. Log-on name : USERID
44. Dresden's state : SAXONY
45. Skee-Ball site : ARCADE
47. One who sings to the cops : CANARY
48. Like Nash's lama : ONEL
51. Pranks : DIDOS
52. More coquettish : COYER
53. Irene of a Sherlock Holmes story : ADLER
56. "In that case ..." : IFSO
59. "Git!" : OUT
60. ___ Paulo, Brazil : SAO
61. Four-baggers: Abbr. : HRS

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