New York Times, Monday, October 6, 1997

Author: Barbara Campitelli
Editor: Will Shortz
Barbara Campitelli
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JKQX} Spans: 3 This is the debut puzzle for Ms. Campitelli. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1997, The New York Times
Across Down
1. The Bee Gees brothers : GIBBS
6. Subside : EBB
9. Big hit, in Variety slang : BOFFO
14. Journalist ___ Rogers St. Johns : ADELA
15. Inlet : RIA
16. Zhou ___ : ENLAI
17. Classic film duo : BOGARTANDBACALL
20. Andean animals : LLAMAS
21. Entrance : GATEWAY
22. Villa d'___ : ESTE
23. Old card game : OMBER
26. Film ___ : NOIR
27. Sirs' counterparts : MAAMS
32. "Catcher in the Rye" author : SALINGER
37. "My Three Sons" son : ROBBIE
38. Classic film duo : TRACYANDHEPBURN
40. The "A" in RAM : ACCESS
41. Vanquished : DEFEATED
42. Nearby things : THESE
43. Go over 212 degrees : BOIL
44. Bird on a U.S. coin : EAGLE
45. Weaving machine : LOOM
49. Actor Emilio : ESTEVEZ
54. Old-time actress Ina : CLAIRE
56. Classic film duo : BURTONANDTAYLOR
59. Stradivari's mentor : AMATI
60. Help : AID
61. Itsy-bitsy : TEENY
62. Without face value, as stock : NOPAR
63. Numbered hwy. : RTE
64. Swashbuckling Flynn : ERROL
1. Bit of Gothic architecture : GABLE
2. False gods : IDOLS
3. Fathered, biblical-style : BEGAT
4. Hold responsible : BLAME
5. F.D.R.'s mother : SARA
6. Cenozoic, e.g. : ERA
7. Coal container : BIN
8. Nag, nag, nag : BADGER
9. Vanquished : BEAT
10. A single time : ONCE
11. Imperfection : FLAW
12. F.D.R.'s pooch : FALA
13. Unctuous : OILY
18. Former Presidential aspirant Paul : TSONGAS
19. Tollbooth part : BAR
24. Popular brand of faucet : MOEN
25. Spaniel, for one : BIRDDOG
27. Look dejected : MOPE
28. With 49-Down, former Israeli statesman : ABBA
29. Border : ABUT
30. Bog : MIRE
31. Fedex, e.g. : SEND
32. Suffix with thermo- : STAT
33. Part of the foot : ARCH
34. Shoestring : LACE
35. Boardwalk coolers : ICES
36. Where bulls and bears run: Abbr. : NYSE
37. Mirror : REFLECT
39. Greeting to Hitler : HEIL
43. Charity event : BAZAAR
44. Poet's period after dusk : EEN
45. Cake part : LAYER
46. Long-spouted can : OILER
47. University of Maine town : ORONO
48. Streep of "Out of Africa" : MERYL
49. See 28-Down : EBAN
50. Japanese wrestling : SUMO
51. Golf hazard : TRAP
52. Jazz singer ___ James : ETTA
53. To see, in Marseille : VOIR
55. Overdue : LATE
57. Small point to criticize : NIT
58. J.F.K.'s predecessor : DDE

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