New York Times, Wednesday, March 29, 2006

Author: Frances Hansen (1919-2004)
Editor: Will Shortz
Frances Hansen
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {QX} This is puzzle # 121 for Ms. Hansen. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2006, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Baseball datum : ATBAT
6. Word after a sneeze : SALUD
11. TV part : CRT
14. Constellation next to Scorpius : NORMA
15. Gladiators' locale : ARENA
16. Stephen of "V for Vendetta" : REA
17. Something that's pitched : TRASH
18. Breezy "Of course!" : NATCH
19. School mo. : APR
20. Hunkpapa leader : SITTINGBULL
22. Proactiv target : ZIT
23. J.F.K. posting : ETA
24. Toledo-to-Columbus dir. : SSE
25. Talkative one : MYNA
26. The Big Easy, to Louisianans : NAWLINS
30. William Tell, e.g. : ARCHER
32. Biblical verb ending : ETH
33. Apache leader : GERONIMO
36. Cry of pride : VOILA
39. Matterhorn or Jungfrau : ALP
40. Graceful tree : BIRCH
43. Shawnee leader : TECUMSEH
46. Go after, in a way : SUE
47. Start of a doubleheader : OPENER
49. Del Monte facility : CANNERY
52. Opposite of pobre : RICO
53. Ceiling : CAP
56. Jimmy Durante's "Inka Dinka ___" : DOO
57. The works : ALL
58. Nez Percé leader : CHIEFJOSEPH
63. Company V.I.P. : CEO
64. Actress Anouk : AIMEE
65. Fiats : DICTA
66. Baseball's Gehrig : LOU
67. Jack : KNAVE
68. "The Merry Widow" composer : LEHAR
69. Tug-of-war position : END
70. ___ Park, Colo. : ESTES
71. Gnawed away : EROSE
1. Colonial workers : ANTS
2. Bagels, mathematically : TORI
3. Teacher's handful : BRAT
4. ___ Light : AMSTEL
5. Polynesian paradise : TAHITI
6. Warbled : SANG
7. Most Al Jazeera viewers : ARABS
8. "___ pray" : LETUS
9. Tref, in Judaism : UNCLEAN
10. Actress Arlene : DAHL
11. Oglala Sioux leader : CRAZYHORSE
12. Fret : REPINE
13. Kind of control : TARTAR
21. Da ___, Vietnam : NANG
25. Year Theodore Roosevelt took office : MCMI
26. Home of Eureka County: Abbr. : NEV
27. From ___ Z : ATO
28. Iowa leader : WHITECLOUD
29. Sewing juncture : SEAM
31. Josh : RIB
34. "Kidnapped" author's inits. : RLS
35. Grp. that has the world over a barrel? : OPEC
37. "Jaywalking" guy : LENO
38. Serve perfectly : ACE
41. Mongrel : CUR
42. "Listen!" : HEY
44. Gamins : URCHINS
45. Pilgrimage to Mecca : HADJ
47. Delphi forecaster : ORACLE
48. Keep adding to a heap : PILEON
50. Noggin : NOODLE
51. More prying : NOSIER
54. Draw a bead on : AIMAT
55. Annoy : PEEVE
58. Birthday order : CAKE
59. Lawyers' charges : FEES
60. Water well feature : ECHO
61. Frequent fund-raising grps. : PTAS
62. Tortoise racer : HARE

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