New York Times, Thursday, March 9, 2000

Author: Myles Callum
Editor: Will Shortz
Myles Callum
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 34 Missing: {JQY} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. Callum. NYT links: Across Lite

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JimH notes: This puzzle was originally and erroneously credited to Manny Nosowsky.
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© 2000, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Pastoral pipe : REED
5. Living daylights : SENSE
10. "I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do" group : ABBA
14. Assert : AVER
15. Class ___ : CLOWN
16. Take the low road, in a way : SLUM
17. Star of "The Producers" : ZEROMOSTEL
19. Needing some sun : PALE
20. One who marries in haste? : ELOPER
21. Chapter titles : HEADINGS
23. Pop choice : PEPSI
25. Ilsa's love : RICK
26. When tripled, a storeowner's asset : LOCATION
29. Gossiped : GASSED
32. It gives the eye color : IRIS
33. Revelries : ORGIES
35. Singer's syllable : TRA
36. Peaks : TIPS
37. Cake container : TIN
38. Author John Dickson ___ : CARR
39. Part of a sneaky response : HEH
40. Jungle vines : LIANAS
43. ___ Trask ("East of Eden" character) : ARON
44. Herculon's fiber : OLEFIN
46. Sheep farmer's need : CLIPPERS
48. Distinctive horse : ROAN
49. Spicy stews : OLLAS
50. Dr. Pangloss's doctrine, in "Candide" : OPTIMISM
53. Music assignments : ETUDES
57. Shed things : HOES
58. Dangerous area : NOMANSLAND
60. Right after : NEXT
61. Possible cause of goose bumps : GHOST
62. Icelandic literary classic : EDDA
63. Baseball's Mel and family : OTTS
64. Loudness units : SONES
65. Mont. neighbor : SASK
1. Level : RAZE
2. First name in daredeviltry : EVEL
3. Architect Saarinen : EERO
4. Hockey or soccer maneuver : DROPPASS
5. Aggressive, moody type, they say : SCORPIO
6. Commuting aids : ELS
7. Possible title for this puzzle : NOTHINGINCOMMON
8. ___' Pea : SWEE
9. Swell : ENLARGE
10. Salad jellies : ASPICS
11. Hardly a sign of intelligence : BLANKSTARE
12. Balkan land: Abbr. : BULG
13. Leon of "Mister Ed" : AMES
18. Contest : MEET
22. "Buenos ___" : DIAS
24. Somewhat, colloquially : SORTA
26. It's a work of art : LITHO
27. Cantilevered window : ORIEL
28. XPINPU LPXXOJP, e.g. : CIPHERTEXT
30. Computer announcement : ERROR
31. Fixes a toe? : DARNS
34. Together : INALL
38. Some spacecraft : CAPSULES
40. Former Irish P.M. ___ Cosgrave : LIAM
41. Scoreboard divisions : INNINGS
42. "The Tramp" and "The General," e.g. : SILENTS
45. Forces (on) : FOISTS
47. Certain congratulations : PATS
50. "Not that!" : OHNO
51. One who works with feet : POET
52. Manhattan neighborhood : SOHO
54. Some of Duchamp's art : DADA
55. They can be tight : ENDS
56. Mont. neighbor : SDAK
59. Peer Gynt's mother : ASE

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