New York Times, Saturday, April 10, 1999

Author: A. J. Santora
Editor: Will Shortz
A. J. Santora
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 31 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 232 for Mr. Santora. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1999, The New York Times
Across Down
1. 1969 Katharine Ross role : ETTAPLACE
10. Old man : POPPA
15. Put out : CHAGRINED
16. World record? : ATLAS
17. "Tell Me More" author : LARRYKING
18. Forward-looking group : SEERS
19. Mrs. Alfred Hitchcock : ALMA
20. Suffix with leather : ETTE
21. Not novel : TRITE
22. Father's hermana : TIA
23. Slip cover : DRESS
25. Kind of column : ONES
26. "Rigoletto" trio : ACTS
29. Calla lily or cuckoopint : AROID
31. Cato's craft : ARS
32. "___ true!" : ITS
34. Never-failing : SUREFIRE
36. Skipping syllables : TRALALA
40. Like some professors : TENURED
41. Diana, for one : HUNTRESS
43. Kind of no. : NEG
44. Mushroom ends? : EMS
45. Pass twice on the track : RELAP
47. Rifle part : BUTT
50. Handwriting on the wall : OMEN
52. Ends of the earth : POLES
54. Good butter : RAM
56. "Splish Splash" singer, 1958 : DARIN
58. Flies home? : NEST
59. Bring into being : SIRE
60. Pointed arch : OGIVE
61. Newbie : GREENHORN
63. Mad plea? : RENEW
64. Goes in front of : ANTECEDES
65. Elysiums : EDENS
66. Saga of the heart : SOAPOPERA
1. Bravura : ECLAT
2. Sister of Clio : THALIA
3. Apron, of a sort : TARMAC
4. Old Mogul capital : AGRA
5. "I don't mean to ___..." : PRY
6. Went for : LIKED
7. Grieg's dancing temptress : ANITRA
8. Court figures : CENTERS
9. Barely beats : EDGESOUT
10. After the hour : PAST
11. Alamogordo's county : OTERO
12. Like many landscape paintings : PLEINAIR
13. Theater area : PARTERRE
14. Did a taxing task? : ASSESSED
24. Designing woman : SIREN
27. Work on one's knight moves? : TILT
28. "You're Sixteen" singer : STARR
30. Supergiant in Cygnus : DENEB
33. Kind of cycle : SLEEP
35. Japanese fish delicacy : FUGU
36. Sci-fi writer Sturgeon : THEODORE
37. Sifted (through) : RUMMAGED
38. Gooselike : ANSERINE
39. Provided that : ASLONGAS
42. City taken by Allied forces in 1943 : SALERNO
46. Two reals, in days of old : PESETA
48. Old radio tube : TRIODE
49. Roof worker : TARRER
51. Best Actor of 1958 : NIVEN
53. Like a bluff : STEEP
55. Collection of brains : MENSA
57. Kind of brief : NEWS
59. Bandleader Fields : SHEP
62. Two or three chevron wearer: Abbr. : NCO

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