New York Times, Monday, April 26, 2004

Author: Merle Baker
Editor: Will Shortz
Merle Baker
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {Q} This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Baker. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2004, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Casino game : FARO
5. Symbol on a "one way" sign : ARROW
10. Numbered musical work : OPUS
14. Patron saint of Norway : OLAF
15. "Yeah" : UHHUH
16. Prefix with physical : META
17. Homeless child : WAIF
18. Mother ___ stories : GOOSE
19. Checkbook record : STUB
20. Mother in a 1960's sitcom : LILYMUNSTER
23. Web address: Abbr. : URL
24. Naturalness : EASE
25. Sen. Feinstein : DIANNE
27. Go away : DEPART
30. Mississippi city : BILOXI
32. Arkansas's ___ Mountains : OZARK
33. Be in harmony (with) : JIBE
34. Diner sign : EATS
37. Vessel for ashes : URN
38. Thirst quenchers : SLAKERS
41. Poker prize : POT
42. Historical : PAST
44. Pinnacle : APEX
45. Port-au-Prince's land : HAITI
47. It's a bore : YAWNER
49. Los Angeles baseballer : DODGER
50. Golden period : HEYDAY
52. Drop of sweat : BEAD
53. "Hold On Tight" band : ELO
54. 1965 Natalie Wood title role : DAISYCLOVER
60. Emcee's need : MIKE
62. Big African critter : RHINO
63. Opposite of 15-Across : NOPE
64. France's Cote d'___ : AZUR
65. Fund contributor : DONOR
66. Laced up : TIED
67. Partner of rank and serial number : NAME
68. Gushes : SPEWS
69. Lyric poems : ODES
1. Chickens and turkeys : FOWL
2. Jai ___ : ALAI
3. Train transport : RAIL
4. Extended slump : OFFYEAR
5. Month without a national holiday : AUGUST
6. River of Lyon : RHONE
7. Greek R's : RHOS
8. Un-elect : OUST
9. Apple-polisher : WHEEDLER
10. Meditative sounds : OMS
11. Merrie Melodies "co-star" : PETUNIAPIG
12. Reversal : UTURN
13. Valuable fur : SABLE
21. Pre-euro German money : MARKS
22. ___ Bravo : RIO
26. Paul Bunyan's tool : AXE
27. Arrange, as the hair : DOUP
28. Book before Nehemiah : EZRA
29. "Li'l Abner" mother : PANSYYOKUM
30. Gang member, maybe : BIKER
31. Wild goat : IBEX
33. Make sport of : JAPE
35. Lug : TOTE
36. Recipe direction : STIR
39. Holders of referee whistles : LANYARDS
40. River hazard : SHOAL
43. Small amount : TAD
46. Extend, as a house : ADDONTO
48. Roll of bills : WAD
49. Styles : DECORS
50. Charles Atlas, for one : HEMAN
51. "My Fair Lady" lady : ELIZA
52. Already : BYNOW
55. Breakfast restaurant chain : IHOP
56. Trig function : SINE
57. Empty space : VOID
58. Fencing blade : EPEE
59. Wines that aren't whites : REDS
61. Afore : ERE

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