New York Times, Tuesday, October 14, 1997

Author: Robert Malinow
Editor: Will Shortz
Robert Malinow
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 40 Missing: {JKQX} This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Malinow. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Struck, old-style : SMIT
5. Uneven hairdo : SHAG
9. Winery in Modesto, Calif. : GALLO
14. Yesterday's dinner today : HASH
15. Smog : HAZE
16. To no ___ (futilely) : AVAIL
17. Actor John, once married to Shirley Temple : AGAR
18. Appliance on a board : IRON
19. Greene of "Bonanza" : LORNE
20. "The Lone Ranger" catch phrase : HIYOSILVERAWAY
23. Carryall : TOTE
24. "Eureka!" : AHA
25. "The Honeymooners" catch phrase : TOTHEMOONALICE
32. Monte ___ : CARLO
33. Filleted fish : SHAD
34. One with filling work?: Abbr. : DDS
35. Woodwind : OBOE
36. Ground grain : GRIST
38. Big elephant features : EARS
39. Announcer Pardo : DON
40. Chimney duct : FLUE
41. "God bless" preceder : ACHOO
42. "The Goldbergs" catch phrase : YOOHOOMRSBLOOM
46. Spanish gold : ORO
47. Rebellious one, maybe : TEEN
48. "Star Trek" catch phrase : BEAMMEUPSCOTTY
55. In concealment : DOGGO
56. Report cards' stats : GPAS
57. Pained look : MOUE
58. Writer Nin : ANAIS
59. Needle case : ETUI
60. College in New Rochelle : IONA
61. Whom Jason jilted : MEDEA
62. Part to play : ROLE
63. Hatfields or McCoys, e.g. : CLAN
1. ___ of Iran : SHAH
2. Travelers to Bethlehem : MAGI
3. "___, old chap!" : ISAY
4. Choke : THROTTLE
5. Many an Iranian : SHIITE
6. Home of poet Langston Hughes : HARLEM
7. Asia's Sea of ___ : AZOV
8. Trait carrier : GENE
9. Lancelot's son : GALAHAD
10. Promise : AVOWAL
11. Zhivago's love : LARA
12. Streaked : LINY
13. Matador's cheer : OLE
21. It borders Regent Street : SOHO
22. Charged : RANAT
25. Pork, to a Jew, e.g. : TABOO
26. Maine campus town : ORONO
27. Willow : OSIER
28. Circus cries : OHS
29. Popular potato : IDAHO
30. Modern "book" : CDROM
31. Where an Edsel filled up, maybe : ESSO
32. Wild West Show star : CODY
36. Despondency : GLOOM
37. ___ and Coke : RUM
38. Business-related : ECONOMIC
40. Where Taipei is : FORMOSA
41. One of the Baldwins : ALEC
43. Grinder : HOAGIE
44. State capital on the Mississippi : STPAUL
45. Singer Smith : BESSIE
48. Rib, for one : BONE
49. "Heavens to Betsy!" : EGAD
50. Elbe tributary : EGER
51. ___ no good : UPTO
52. Cat's-paw : TOOL
53. Cape Cod catch : TUNA
54. Bear young, as sheep : YEAN
55. Beaver's work : DAM

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