New York Times, Saturday, April 3, 1999

Author: Pat M. Hugel
Editor: Will Shortz
Pat M. Hugel
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 36 Missing: {FJQVWXZ} Spans: 6 This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Hugel. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1999, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Bake sale holders, often : PTAS
5. Season opener : PRE
8. Agreements : PACTS
13. Au fait : ABLE
14. Av follower : ELUL
15. Celebrity : ECLAT
16. It can make a date : PALM
17. Obey a court order : RISE
18. "La ___ di seta" (Rossini opera) : SCALA
19. Oregon Trail sight : PRAIRIESCHOONER
22. Sheet of matted wool : BATT
23. Ore suffix : ITE
24. Atlas abbr. before 1991 : USSR
25. 1935 musical with Astaire and Rogers : ROBERTA
27. Time in history : EON
29. Arthur and others : BEAS
30. John Beck's "Sleeper" role : ERNO
32. Cornered : ATBAY
36. Phoenix or Sparrow : AIRTOAIRMISSILE
39. One of Mia's exes : ANDRE
40. It may be tended : GOAL
41. Trial run : PREP
42. ___ tangent : ARC
44. Spills one's guts : UNLOADS
46. McDonald's founder : KROC
49. Shadow, so to speak : PAL
51. Häagen-Dazs alternative : EDYS
52. Some noncoms : MASTERSERGEANTS
57. With all one's might : AMAIN
58. Where Zeno of Citium lectured : STOA
59. Kind of hall : BEER
60. Asperity : RIGOR
61. Series finale: Abbr. : ETAL
62. Future J.D.'s hurdle : LSAT
63. Minute : TEENY
64. Hamilton's place : TEN
65. Girl's name ending : ETTA
1. "Hair" producer : PAPP
2. Stowe tow : TBAR
3. Trackside shout : ALLABOARD
4. Highly stylized sculpting style : SEMIABSTRACTION
5. Bend at the bar : PLIE
6. This might provide a last shot : RUSSIANROULETTE
7. Chosen ones : ELECT
8. Mexican mint product : PESO
9. Ledger column : ACCOUNTSPAYABLE
10. Feud participants : CLANS
11. They're passed around campfires : TALES
12. First Super Bowl M.V.P. : STARR
14. Republic since 1993 : ERITREA
20. Itinerary abbr. : RTE
21. Bray beginning : HEE
25. It might run down the neck : REIN
26. Calc preceder, perhaps : TRIG
28. Rio Treaty implementer: Abbr. : OAS
29. Leicester cry : BAA
31. The toe of the Arabian Peninsula : OMAN
33. Branch office? : BIRDSNEST
34. Porters : ALES
35. "Uh-huh" : YEP
37. Across, in verse : OER
38. Like some aliens : ILLEGAL
43. E.R. administration : CPR
45. Cowley composition : ODE
46. It first opened in 1962 : KMART
47. Summer fabric : RAMIE
48. Missouri feeder : OSAGE
50. Resource : ASSET
53. "Just you wait, ___ 'iggins..." : ENRY
54. Bookbinding leather : ROAN
55. Udder part : TEAT
56. Little miss, in a misión : SRTA

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