New York Times, Tuesday, April 29, 2003

Author: Norma Johnson
Editor: Will Shortz
Norma Johnson
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQWXZ} This is puzzle # 2 for Ms. Johnson. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. 1930's movie dog : ASTA
5. To boot : ALSO
9. Couric of "Today" : KATIE
14. Bleats : BAAS
15. Per ___ (daily) : DIEM
16. Icon : IMAGE
17. "Diana" crooner Paul : ANKA
18. Mrs. Copperfield : DORA
19. Stocking stuff : NYLON
20. American composer working at a bakery? : STEPHENFROSTER
23. Bowler or boater : HAT
24. "To Autumn," e.g. : ODE
25. Alias initials : AKA
26. English playwright working at a press? : HAROLDPRINTER
33. Inspiration for the Frisbee : PIEPAN
35. Levy collector, for short : IRS
36. Koufax stat. : ERA
37. Petite desserts : TARTS
38. At all : ANY
39. Blue eyes or baldness, e.g. : TRAIT
41. Titled Turk : AGA
42. Opposite of post- : PRE
43. Pan-fries : SAUTES
44. Vaudeville star working at a van company? : SOPHIETRUCKER
48. From S.F. to Las Vegas : ESE
49. "The Gold-Bug" writer : POE
50. Scepter accompanier : ORB
53. Comedian working at an oil field? : PHYLLISDRILLER
58. Nice jacket material : SUEDE
59. Tide type : NEAP
60. Sheltered, at sea : ALEE
61. Be generous, at a bar : TREAT
62. Mr. Hulot's creator : TATI
63. Actress Campbell : NEVE
64. Diarist Samuel : PEPYS
65. Nabisco cookie : OREO
66. Turned blue, say : DYED
1. Put to shame : ABASH
2. Nick name? : SANTA
3. Be a fall guy : TAKETHERAP
4. "Quick!" : ASAP
5. Like a postscript : ADDEDON
6. Big name in small trains : LIONEL
7. Lowly worker : SERF
8. Gen. Bradley : OMAR
9. Filmdom's Nastassja : KINSKI
10. "The Bonesetter's Daughter" writer : AMYTAN
11. It may be spun around a campfire : TALE
12. Composer Stravinsky : IGOR
13. Bard's nightfall : EEN
21. Bar mitzvah dances : HORAS
22. Dinghy pair : OARS
27. Well put : APT
28. Place for hash browns : DINER
29. Be nosy : PRY
30. Refreshment server on wheels : TEATROLLEY
31. Cleveland's lake : ERIE
32. Squealers : RATS
33. School grps. : PTAS
34. Othello's betrayer : IAGO
38. Piece by Matisse : ART
39. Sulu portrayer on "Star Trek" : TAKEI
40. Boulevard crosser : RUE
42. Strip : PEEL
43. Many a November birth : SCORPIO
45. Best of times : HEYDAY
46. Specks in the sea : ISLETS
47. Latest news : UPDATE
51. Superman player : REEVE
52. Kennel club classification : BREED
53. 24-karat : PURE
54. Dickens's Uriah : HEEP
55. Making a hobby of : INTO
56. Affix a brand to : SEAR
57. Touch the tarmac : LAND
58. Inits. at a gas station : STP

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