100 YEARS AGO

New York Times, Sunday, March 11, 2012

Author: Victor Fleming and John Dunn
Editor: Will Shortz
Victor Fleming
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John Dunn
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 78 Missing: {QZ} This is puzzle # 31 for Mr. Fleming. This is puzzle # 6 for Mr. Dunn. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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© 2012, The New York Times
Across Down
1. "Hansel and Gretel" figure : HAG
4. Collection of sketches, for short : SNL
7. Kind of port : USB
10. Like most of the Swiss flag : RED
13. Kind of trail : VAPOR
18. Gobbled down : INHALED
20. Provide for : NURTURE
22. Give out one's address? : ORATE
23. Northern bird : SNOWOWL
24. ___ nerve : SCIATIC
25. Quidnunc : YENTA
26. Saunter with style : SASHAY
27. American millionaire lost with the 63-Across : JOHNJACOBASTOR
29. Two-time All-Star Martinez : TINO
30. Like a friendly dog's tail : AWAG
31. Kind of trip : EGO
32. Medical pioneer Sir William : OSLER
33. With 88-Across, 1960 musical partly about the 63-Across, with "The" : UNSINKABLE
38. ___ blood-typing : ABO
41. Fraternal org. : BPOE
42. Family : KIN
44. Land in Central America : TIERRA
45. [Like that!] : SNAP
46. Dolt : OAF
47. Big name in lawn products : SCOTTS
50. Singer Winans : CECE
51. Recover, as a sunken ship : RAISE
52. Old PC screen : CRT
53. Takes the crown in : WINSAT
54. Plays, with "in" : OPTS
55. Cager Baylor : ELGIN
56. Letter earner : ATHLETE
58. Generation ___ : XER
60. Collect dust : SIT
61. Science fiction author Frederik : POHL
62. Start of a children's rhyme : EENY
63. Theme of this puzzle : TITANIC
65. Transmitted, as an S O S : SENT
66. Wise off to : SASS
67. Landscaper's buy : SOD
68. Monopoly token : HAT
69. Like tsunami-affected areas : COASTAL
72. Nobelist poet Neruda : PABLO
73. Classic black-and-white film featuring gigantic irradiated ants : THEM
75. Peeved : PUTOUT
77. Some tubes carry them : OVA
78. Arrive by plane : FLYIN
79. Prefix with plane : AERO
80. Gushes : SPURTS
81. Cartoon canine : REN
82. Detective's assignment : CASE
83. What scattered things are said to be all over : THEMAP
85. "Don't think so" : NAH
86. Maritime danger : BERG
87. Radical '60s org. : SDS
88. See 33-Across : MOLLYBROWN
91. Some reuniongoers : ALUMS
93. Summer cooler : FAN
94. "___ Walked Into My Life" ("Mame" song) : IFHE
95. Moon feature : MARE
96. What the 63-Across crossed to begin her 88-/13-Down : ENGLISHCHANNEL
103. Does the hair just so : PRIMPS
106. Toast in Toledo : SALUD
107. College voter : ELECTOR
108. Birth announcement : ITSABOY
109. Washington, but not Adams : STATE
110. Be behind schedule : RUNLATE
111. Clinks : COOLERS
112. Bygone : OLDEN
113. Bowflex target : ABS
114. École ___ arts : DES
115. "Piers Morgan Tonight" airer : CNN
116. Collecting a pension: Abbr. : RET
1. Unwelcome reception : HISS
2. Title girl on "Introducing ... The Beatles" : ANNA
3. 2003 James Cameron documentary about the 63-Across : GHOSTSOFTHEABYSS
4. Ferris's girlfriend in "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" : SLOANE
5. 63-Across's destination on her 88-/13-Down : NEWYORKCITY
6. "Bad" cholesterol, for short : LDL
7. Not yet planted : UNSOWN
8. "For example ...?" : SUCHAS
9. "Give me your best shot!" : BRINGIT
10. Actress Lee of "Funny Face" : RUTA
11. Novelist Ambler : ERIC
12. 1920s-'30s style, informally : DECO
13. See 88-Down : VOYAGE
14. Kindergarten comeback : ARESO
15. Big huff? : PANT
16. Hall-of-Fame QB Graham : OTTO
17. Stern : REAR
19. For some time : AWHILE
21. Atlantic City casino, with "the" : TAJ
27. Short outings : JAUNTS
28. Banjoist Fleck : BELA
32. Some modern museum designs : OPART
34. One-named singer/actress associated with Warhol : NICO
35. Continues : KEEPSITUP
36. Frigid : ARCTIC
37. Seaport in western France : BREST
38. 1955 Walter Lord book about the 63-Across : ANIGHTTOREMEMBER
39. Spaghetti sauce seasoning : BASIL
40. ___ seas : OPEN
41. It's about 20 miles north of Lauderdale : BOCA
43. Actress Skye : IONE
45. Permanent sites? : SALONS
47. "Benson" actress : SWENSON
48. Work in wildlife preservation? : TAXIDERMY
49. Put back, in a way : STET
51. Second go-rounds : REPEATS
57. Comic actor Nielsen : LESLIE
59. Cry with the shake of a pompom : RAH
63. Close behind : TOHEEL
64. Spends some time out? : NAPS
65. Where the 63-Across's 88-/13-Down began : SOUTHAMPTON
66. Word with bar or fork : SALAD
67. "60 Minutes" correspondent : STAHL
69. Mrs. Dithers of "Blondie" : CORA
70. Professes : AVERS
71. Director Fritz : LANG
72. Some basic training grads : PFCS
74. Biblical kingdom where Moses died : MOAB
76. Mole's work : TUNNEL
83. A lot : TONS
84. Newspaper or magazine offering : PRINTAD
86. Early stage of a time capsule project : BURIAL
88. With 13-Down, disastrous event for the 63-Across : MAIDEN
89. Distinguished : OFNOTE
90. "___ the love?" : WHERES
92. "The Far Side" cartoonist : LARSON
93. Champagne holder : FLUTE
96. Canadian station : ESSO
97. Like some parks: Abbr. : NATL
98. Joyful : GLAD
99. Queen of myth : HERA
100. Wood or iron : CLUB
101. Brooding types : HENS
102. Frequently injured knee part: Abbr. : ACL
104. Go (over) : PORE
105. Method: Abbr. : SYST
108. 1887-1996 govt. watchdog : ICC

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