New York Times, Thursday, February 2, 1995

Author: Bob and Sharon Klahn
Editor: Will Shortz
Bob Klahn
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1.57011
Sharon Klahn
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1.67000

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Rows: 16, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 50 Missing: {FJQV} Spans: 1 There are unchecked squares This is puzzle # 7 for Mr. Klahn. This is the debut puzzle for Ms. Klahn. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1995, The New York Times
Across Down
2. Links org. : PGA
5. Hollers : SHOUTS
10. Support : BACK
14. Speech fumbles : ERS
15. Charlotte cager : HORNET
16. Mitch Miller's instrument : OBOE
17. Bandleader Edmundo : ROS
18. Mr. Kosygin : ALEXEI
19. "Lean ____" (Bill Withers hit) : ONME
20. The Smothers Brothers, e.g. : DUO
21. Alice's restaurant : MELS
22. Make hand over fist : RAKEIN
24. Open : UNCAP
26. Bottom-line amount : SUM
28. "Odyssey" enchantress : CIRCE
29. Antic : DIDO
30. Chopin's "Butterfly" et al. : ETUDES
32. February 2 sighting : SHADOW
34. Brighton brew : ALE
35. Carved out : HEWN
39. Cauldron : POT
40. Like a certain period of burrowed time? : SIXWEEK
43. Singer Christie : LOU
44. Consent and Reason, e.g. : AGES
46. "Six Crises" monogram : RMN
47. 37-Down, e.g. : MARMOT
49. They're on the receiving end : PAYEES
52. Cross : ROOD
53. Maid-for-TV? : HAZEL
56. "Steve Allen Show" regular : NYE
57. "Romancero gitano" poet : LORCA
59. Handsome hunk : ADONIS
61. Cowboys and Indians, e.g. : PROS
63. Physicist Georg : OHM
64. Actress Diana : DORS
65. Casual coverup : TSHIRT
67. Stock option : PUT
68. Clairvaux cleric : ABBE
69. Elizabeth I, to poets : ORIANA
70. System start-up : ECO
71. Salt deposit? : TEAR
72. Hornless, as cattle : POLLED
73. "Citizen Kane" studio : RKO
1. For the outlook, look out for his look out! : PUNXSUTAWNEYPHIL
2. Lost in Lille : PERDU
3. What 1-Down is : GROUNDHOG
4. Hobnob : ASSOCIATE
5. Shock treatments? : SHAMPOOS
6. Pit : HOLE
7. Blackmailer's words : ORELSE
8. Driver's aid : TEE
9. Be up and about : STIR
10. Fond of reading : BOOKISH
11. Dogpatch denizen : ABNER
12. "Cathy," e.g. : COMIC
13. Nancy Drew's creator : KEENE
23. Virtuoso : ACE
25. Postfix : ADD
27. Slipper : MULE
31. Adjudge : DEEM
32. Toning-up spot : SPA
33. In fighting trim : WIRY
36. George Gallup competitor : ELMOROPER
37. What 3-Down is : WOODCHUCK
38. Ding-a-ling : NUT
41. Mutant cartoon superheroes : XMEN
42. Site of 1905's Norway-Sweden split : KARLSTAD
45. "The Faerie Queen" poet : SPENSER
48. "Who Slew Auntie ____?" (1971 film) : ROO
50. Bard of boxing : ALI
51. Any soap opera : SERIAL
53. Set upon : HADAT
54. Kind of brick : ADOBE
55. Kazantzakis character : ZORBA
58. "Are not!" response : AMTOO
60. What to do when you see red : STOP
62. D-Day river : ORNE
66. Letters angels love? : SRO

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