New York Times, Friday, October 2, 1998

Author: John Wolting
Editor: Will Shortz
John Wolting
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 30 Missing: {FJQ} This is puzzle # 6 for Mr. Wolting. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1998, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Musical with the song "Why Should I Wake Up?" : CABARET
8. Drape : SWATHE
14. Hero-worships : ADULATES
16. Consumed flakes : CEREAL
17. Situation, informally : BALLGAME
18. Site of Atatürk's mausoleum : ANKARA
19. New Mexico State player : AGGIE
20. Lift up : EXALT
22. Whack : RAP
23. It may be on the house : LIEN
24. Traffic : TRADE
25. Some traps : GINS
26. Settler's building material : SOD
27. Magpie's building material : TWIGS
28. Take a stab (at) : LUNGE
29. Not fresh : TRITE
30. Break : HIATUS
31. Andy Warhol subject : MARILYNMONROE
34. Northern : BOREAL
35. Saw the sights? : AIMED
36. Broke off : ENDED
37. "Stormy Weather" composer : ARLEN
38. Break : GAP
41. A long time : AGES
42. Like some punk hairdos : SPIKY
43. Mendelssohn's "Fingal's ___" : CAVE
44. Slew : TON
45. Particle displacement symbols, in physics : ZETAS
46. Deduces, with "out" : DOPES
47. It may be crazy : NOTION
49. Anticlimax : NONEVENT
51. Montreal, for one : ISLAND
52. 1950's to today : SPACEAGE
53. "Treatise on Money" author : KEYNES
54. Gymnastics coach, often : SPOTTER
1. Leagues of intrigue : CABALS
2. Slow work : ADAGIO
3. Projected : BULGED
4. Ready to drop : ALLIN
5. Blow up : RAGE
6. Station letters : ETA
7. Rashness : TEMERITY
8. Step on it! : SCALE
9. Collapsed : WENT
10. Slow-moving vessel : ARK
11. Attack : TEARINTO
12. Philippic : HARANGUE
13. Runs out : ELAPSES
15. Some new retirees : SEXAGENARIANS
21. Most junk mail, essentially : ADS
24. Fine suit, maybe : TWILL
25. Kind of dog : GUARD
27. Jazz chord : TRIAD
28. Chambermaid's charge : LINEN
29. Plain lack : TREES
30. Snug : HOMEY
31. Ferret look-alike : MONGOOSE
32. With fire : ARDENTLY
33. Wimps : MILKSOPS
34. Coffeehouse poet : BEATNIK
37. Well-chosen : APT
38. Eye in awe : GAPEAT
39. Requite : AVENGE
40. Bug : PESTER
42. Telegraphs : SENDS
43. Break the Tenth Commandment : COVET
45. Time ___ : ZONE
46. Like the Normandie, stylewise : DECO
48. Charleson of "Chariots of Fire" : IAN
50. Downy surface : NAP

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