New York Times, Thursday, March 2, 1995

Author: Raymond Hamel
Editor: Will Shortz
Raymond Hamel
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34 Missing: {JMQXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 8 for Mr. Hamel. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1995, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Elephant boy of film : SABU
5. Hero-worshipers : CULT
9. Stringed instruments : CELLI
14. Shell : HULK
15. Polo ground? : ASIA
16. Echo was one : OREAD
17. Garfield's bane, in the comics : ODIE
18. Trapshooter's shout : PULL
19. Hardly robust : FRAIL
20. Get the gold : WIN
21. Bowling team? : STRIKEFORCE
23. Drink in a bottle : SODAPOP
25. Awaken : STIR
26. Give a deposition : AVER
27. Big Band saxophonist Al : COHN
28. Underhanded throw : LOB
31. Eagle model : TALON
33. Pitcher's achievement : SAVE
34. Kind of sandwich : TUNA
35. Bowler's home? : SPLITLEVELRANCH
38. _____ Piper : PIED
39. Passage for Paulus : ITER
40. "As You Like It" locale : ARDEN
41. For example : SAY
42. Lunkhead : CLOD
43. Auto racer Granatelli : ANDY
44. How-to : PLAN
45. Swallows : INGESTS
48. Bowler's winnings? : SPARECHANGE
52. Mauna _____ : LOA
53. Singer _____ Minogue : KYLIE
54. River through Pisa : ARNO
55. Let out one's emotions, maybe : BAWL
56. Chain gang restriction : IRONS
57. Salacious look : LEER
58. Wallet fillers : ONES
59. Calvin of the P.G.A. : PEETE
60. Byron poem : LARA
61. Gymnastics coach Karolyi : BELA
1. Broadway fare : SHOWS
2. Sound : AUDIO
3. Bowler's dead end? : BLINDALLEY
4. Luau entertainer : UKE
5. Paris, to Helen : CAPTOR
6. Seize : USURP
7. 1953 Leslie Caron film : LILI
8. Discusses : TALKSOVER
9. Dracula's resting site : COFFIN
10. Ball field bobble : ERROR
11. "The Owl and the Pussy Cat" writer : LEAR
12. Not clerical : LAIC
13. "Monty Python" troupe member : IDLE
21. Exhausted : SPENT
22. Aunt of Caroline : ETHEL
24. Steer clear of : AVOID
27. _____ in (yielded) : CAVED
28. Bowler's battle site? : LUNDYSLANE
29. John Berger's "_____ in Europa" : ONCE
30. Rheinland road : BAHN
31. Recipe amts. : TSPS
32. Samoan capital : APIA
33. Pirates of the N.C.A.A. : SETONHALL
34. Late: Sp. : TARDE
36. Purple bloomer : LILAC
37. Cattle drive locale : RANGE
42. Partner of 13 Down : CLEESE
43. Sweater material : ANGORA
44. Not electronic : PRINT
45. Type of tube : INNER
46. Hand-held dryer : TOWEL
47. Taco salad topping : SALSA
48. Pass up : SKIP
49. Fiery stack : PYRE
50. Shampoo ingredient : ALOE
51. Precinct : AREA
55. Move up and down : BOB

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