New York Times, Tuesday, December 3, 1996

Author: R. Hartman
Editor: Will Shortz
Randall J. Hartman
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQVY} This is puzzle # 13 for Mr. Hartman. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1996, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Proficient : ADEPT
6. Greek promenades : STOAS
11. Vestment for the clergy : ALB
14. Rival of Paris : ROMEO
15. Tin Woodman's quest : HEART
16. Animal house : ZOO
17. "Cheyenne" star : CLINTWALKER
19. Prom wear : TUX
20. Cause of strain pain : HERNIA
21. Musical Horne : LENA
22. Wind dir. : ESE
23. Hoosier pro : INDIANAPACER
26. Fr. holy woman : STE
29. Tourmaline, e.g. : GEM
30. Jacuzzi : SPA
31. Tones : HUES
33. "Red Roses for a Blue Lady" singer : DANA
36. Swashbuckler Flynn : ERROL
40. Not a blood relative : INLAW
42. Sal of song : GAL
43. "Lorna ___" : DOONE
44. Turkish title of old : PASHA
45. Freudian interests : EGOS
47. Semiquaver, e.g. : NOTE
48. "___ alive!" : ITS
50. Cone bearer : FIR
52. Voting aye : FOR
53. Meadowlark Lemon, once : GLOBETROTTER
59. Calif. airport : LAX
60. Fishing item : REEL
61. Military command : ATEASE
65. Friend of Francois : AMI
66. 1982 Harrison Ford film : BLADERUNNER
68. Last letter in London : ZED
69. Charlton Heston epic : ELCID
70. Certain rocket engine : RETRO
71. Before, to poets : ERE
72. Takes out : DATES
73. Hives : NESTS
1. St. Louis landmark : ARCH
2. Welfare, with "the" : DOLE
3. Arabian bigwig : EMIR
4. Helsinki coin : PENNI
5. Hauling around : TOTING
6. ___ Na Na : SHA
7. "I cannot ___ lie!" : TELLA
8. Like some buckets : OAKEN
9. Madison Square Garden and others : ARENAS
10. Out of cash : STRAPPED
11. Tenochtitlan resident : AZTEC
12. No-goodnik : LOUSE
13. Kind of shorts : BOXER
18. Got wet up to the ankles : WADED
24. Screen presentation : IMAGE
25. Hitter of 755 home runs : AARON
26. Side-wheeler, for one : SHIP
27. Sushi staple : TUNA
28. Congers : EELS
32. Master, in Calcutta : SAHIB
34. Pester : NAG
35. Up in the sky : ALOFT
37. Part of the mouth : ROOF
38. Aware of : ONTO
39. Lascivious look : LEER
41. It may rock you to sleep : WATERBED
46. Ravi Shankar's instrument : SITAR
49. Cry in "A Streetcar Named Desire" : STELLA
51. Half of a round trip : RETURN
53. Shiny coating : GLAZE
54. More hobbled : LAMER
55. Fe2 O3, e.g. : OXIDE
56. Don't just stand there : REACT
57. "Golden" song : OLDIE
58. 1966 hit "Walk Away ___" : RENEE
62. Pantry pests : ANTS
63. Spanish muralist : SERT
64. Son of Aphrodite : EROS
67. Sullivan and Asner : EDS

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