COLLEGE CATALOGUE

New York Times, Sunday, February 2, 1997

Author: R. Silvestri
Editor: Will Shortz
Richard Silvestri
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 79 Missing: {JXZ} This is puzzle # 58 for Mr. Silvestri. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1997, The New York Times
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1. Spanish poet Federico Garcia ___ : LORCA
6. Jacuzzi user : BATHER
12. Look everywhere in : SCOUR
17. Indisposed : AVERSE
19. Make it big : ARRIVE
20. Popular porters : SHERPAS
22. Welty's "One Writer's Beginnings," e.g. : MEMOIR
23. Stretched one's neck : CRANED
24. Mexican state or a product that originated there : TABASCO
25. Whole-grain food : BROWNRICE
27. Specialist in a duck blind : DRAKEHUNTER
29. "___ Where My Money Goes" (early 1900's song) : DATS
30. Chuck alternative : CHAS
32. The thing is? : ITS
33. G.P. grp. : AMA
34. Highest honor : ACE
35. Colorful clumps of grass : AUBURNTUFTS
40. Trimming tool : EDGER
42. Platitudes : TRUISMS
44. Army leader? : ARNIE
45. Province in Italy's Northern League : VARESE
46. Blue Eagle initials : NRA
47. Adult : GROWN
48. Locate : SITE
49. Conviction : BELIEF
52. Kingdom of Minos : CRETE
53. Lies limply : SPRAWLS
56. Drink for Drac : BLOOD
57. Nurse : FEED
58. Street of mystery : DELLA
60. Go cold turkey : QUIT
62. Columbia athlete : LION
63. Fill the hold : LADE
64. Flying jib, e.g. : SAIL
65. Pull strings? : UNDO
66. Get fresh with : SASS
67. More than miffed : IRATE
69. Toiling : ATIT
70. Christmas ___ : SEALS
71. Advanced course : SEMINAR
73. Whiz : MAVEN
75. "___ a Moon Out Tonight" (1961 hit) : THERES
76. "___ Three Lives" : ILED
77. Missouri, e.g. : RIVER
78. East end : ERN
79. Jelly ingredient : PECTIN
82. Secretary, at times : FILER
83. Crime statistics : ARRESTS
87. Western airline name : ALOHA
88. Emma Lazarus : LIBERTYBARD
90. Muscle-building unit : REP
92. Put up : CAN
93. To be, to Benita : SER
94. Word in a promise : SOON
95. Hot issue? : LAVA
96. Area near the crown : KINGSTEMPLE
102. One who teases a nobleman : DUKERIDER
105. Squeaking : UNOILED
106. "Stalag 17" star : HOLDEN
108. Inherent character : NATURE
109. They're dispensed in litres : PETROLS
110. Ancient : AGEOLD
111. School of painting : ASHCAN
112. Marsh plant : SEDGE
113. Break : RECESS
114. Cobbler's stock : HEELS
1. Kind of particle : LAMBDA
2. "Saw the air too much with your hand," in Shakespeare's words : OVERACT
3. Like Uranus vis-a-vis Jupiter : REMOTER
4. A cock does it : CROWS
5. Speller's phrase : ASIN
6. God of wine : BACCHUS
7. Unpaid debt : ARREAR
8. Sing-a-long syllable : TRA
9. Posterior : HIND
10. In any way : EVER
11. The scarlet letter : REDA
12. Bygone kings : SHAHS
13. Philippine island : CEBU
14. City WNW of Mascara : ORAN
15. Overshadow : UPSTAGE
16. Flower clusters : RACEMES
18. Not be perfect : ERR
20. Changes back : STETS
21. Guy Lombardo hit of 1937 or Jimmy Dorsey hit of 1957 : SORARE
26. Silo occupant : ICBM
28. Franklin's flier : KITE
31. Grabbed : SNARED
35. Hung out to dry : AIRED
36. Bomber initials : USAF
37. Bring (out) : TROT
38. Single : UNWED
39. Cod piece? : FIN
40. "___ Peach" (Allman Brothers album) : EATA
41. Got lucky at poker : DREWQUEENS
43. General Grant's horseshoer : UNIONSMITH
45. Like the flu : VIRAL
47. Hail : GREET
48. Alley challenge : SPLIT
49. Beer holders: Abbr. : BBLS
50. Walt Disney's middle name : ELIAS
51. Unbound : LOOSE
52. Chest material : CEDAR
53. Done in : SLAIN
54. Like some excursions : LUNAR
55. Go furtively : SIDLE
57. Unit of capacitance : FARAD
59. Distillation product : ESTER
61. Chuck : TOSS
63. Closet contents : LINEN
68. "South Pacific" hero : EMILE
69. Fends off : AVERTS
70. Make confetti : SHRED
72. Trojan princess of a Mozart opera : ILIA
74. Maintain : AVER
75. Alas., once : TERR
77. Costa, anatomically : RIB
79. Get ready to leave : PACKUP
80. Renowned Manhattan eatery : ELAINES
81. Suggest : CONNOTE
82. Concern : FIRM
83. Overflows : ABOUNDS
84. Captain, e.g. : RANK
85. Slander : TRADUCE
86. A fistful : SEVERAL
88. Home of England's Opera North : LEEDS
89. Off-peak calls? : YODELS
91. ( ), informally : PARENS
93. Marker : STELE
95. Loose-limbed : LITHE
97. Prepare for action : GIRD
98. Toil wearily : SLOG
99. "___ Lap" (1983 film) : PHAR
100. Balcony section : LOGE
101. Engr.'s specialty : ELEC
103. Bambi's aunt : ENA
104. Devil-may-care : RASH
107. Bambi's aunt : DOE

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