New York Times, Monday, April 20, 2009

Author: Randall J. Hartman
Editor: Will Shortz
Randall J. Hartman
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {QZ} Scrabble average: 1.98 This is puzzle # 66 for Mr. Hartman. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2009, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Knights' competition : JOUST
6. Baby kangaroo : JOEY
10. Kid around : JOSH
14. Winfrey who said "I still have my feet on the ground, I just wear better shoes" : OPRAH
15. Feminine suffix : ENNE
16. Length x width, for a rectangle : AREA
17. Brother outlaw in the Wild West : JESSEJAMES
19. Spick-and-span : NEAT
20. Suffix with pay : OLA
21. "___ happy returns" : MANY
22. Imbeciles : IDIOTS
24. Ones with caws for alarm? : JAYS
25. Some boxing wins, for short : TKOS
26. Humiliate : ABASE
28. Cause for a mistrial : HUNGJURY
32. Not taut : SLACK
33. "Tell ___ lies" : MENO
34. Prime draft status : ONEA
35. Googly-eyed Muppet : ELMO
36. Retail clothing giant ... or a description of 17- and 54-Across and 10- and 24-Down? : JCREW
37. Color for baby girls, traditionally : PINK
38. L.B.J. son-in-law Charles : ROBB
39. Things inflated with hot air? : EGOS
40. Cabalists' plans : PLOTS
41. Mexican beans : FRIJOLES
43. Makes progress : GAINS
44. Up to the task : ABLE
45. 19th-century educator Horace : MANN
46. Politico Milk of "Milk" : HARVEY
49. Bo : Obama :: ___ : Roosevelt : FALA
50. "___ Baba and the 40 Thieves" : ALI
53. Jai ___ : ALAI
54. White Sox outfielder nicknamed Shoeless : JOEJACKSON
57. Injured : HURT
58. Choir voice : ALTO
59. Discover by chance : HITON
60. Home of Iowa State University : AMES
61. Back end : REAR
62. Midterms and finals : EXAMS
1. "___ left his home in Tucson, Arizona" (Beatles lyric) : JOJO
2. Autobahn auto : OPEL
3. With 45-Down, home of the Big Dipper : URSA
4. Carrier to Copenhagen : SAS
5. 1994 Jim Carrey film : THEMASK
6. Levi's, e.g. : JEANS
7. "Time Is ___ Side" (Rolling Stones hit) : ONMY
8. Opposite of WSW : ENE
9. "So you've said" : YESIKNOW
10. "Me and Bobby McGee" singer, 1971 : JANISJOPLIN
11. Nabisco cookie : OREO
12. Chair or sofa : SEAT
13. Bowlers that don't bowl : HATS
18. "The Gong Show" panelist ___ P. Morgan : JAYE
23. Hound : DOG
24. Longtime New York senator for whom a center is named : JACOBJAVITS
25. iPod downloads : TUNES
26. "It's ___ nothing" : ALLOR
27. Thumper's "deer friend" : BAMBI
28. Give a ___ welcome : HEROS
29. The "U" in A.C.L.U. : UNION
30. Payments to landlords : RENTS
31. Talks, talks, talks : YAKS
32. Feudal worker : SERF
33. Fibber of old radio : MCGEE
36. Smucker's container : JELLYJAR
40. Flair : PANACHE
42. U.K. award : OBE
43. Black-tie affair : GALA
45. See 3-Down : MAJOR
46. "That's rich!" : HAHA
47. Homecoming attendee, in brief : ALUM
48. Once-in-a-blue-moon : RARE
49. Greek cheese : FETA
50. Dashiell Hammett hound : ASTA
51. Tapestry device : LOOM
52. Places to stay the night : INNS
55. Bullring cheer : OLE
56. Spherical breakfast cereal : KIX

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