New York Times, Tuesday, April 3, 2007

Author: David Quarfoot and Mike Nothnagel
Editor: Will Shortz
David Quarfoot
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 38 Missing: none – this is a pangram Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 16 for Mr. Quarfoot. This is puzzle # 6 for Mr. Nothnagel. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2007, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Derby drink : JULEP
6. Futile : VAIN
10. Word with critical or Catholic : MASS
14. Tylenol competitor : ALEVE
15. Red resident of Sesame Street : ELMO
16. Troubles : ILLS
17. "Olympia" artist : MANET
18. Mies van der ___ : ROHE
19. Delete : XOUT
20. Eddie Murphy/Nick Nolte double feature? : NINETYSIXHOURS
23. Indian honorific : SRI
24. Sales talk : SPIEL
25. "Come on in!" : ITSOPEN
29. Successor to Marshall on the Supreme Court : THOMAS
33. Part of a tuba's sound : PAH
34. Cheering loudly : AROAR
37. [Oh ... my ... Lord!] : GASP
38. George Clooney/Brad Pitt double feature? : OCEANSTWENTYTWO
42. Bankruptcy cause : DEBT
43. The Creator, in the Koran : ALLAH
44. Contents of some pits : TAR
45. Poem part : STANZA
48. Words below the Lincoln Memorial : ONECENT
50. Actor Davis : OSSIE
53. Archipelago part : CAY
54. Jessica Alba/Chris Evans double feature? : FANTASTICEIGHT
60. Race created by H. G. Wells : ELOI
61. "Some busy and insinuating rogue," in Shakespeare : IAGO
62. Long-billed game bird : SNIPE
64. Overflow (with) : TEEM
65. Dog team's burden : SLED
66. Garden bulbs : LEEKS
67. Wheel turner : AXLE
68. Banks on a runway : TYRA
69. And those that follow: Lat. : ETSEQ
1. Stuff : JAM
2. ___ Bator : ULAN
3. Director Riefenstahl : LENI
4. Still : EVENSO
5. Leader of the Lost Boys : PETERPAN
6. Exceedingly : VERY
7. At ___ for words : ALOSS
8. Comment from a person who digs : IMHIP
9. Warning sign : NOEXIT
10. Bar exam subject? : MIXOLOGY
11. Baseball family name : ALOU
12. Score connector, in music : SLUR
13. Retired fliers : SSTS
21. Layers : TIERS
22. [snicker] : HEH
25. They can help you carry a tune : IPODS
26. "Be silent," musically : TACET
27. Biblical queendom : SHEBA
28. ___ care in the world : NOTA
30. Glossy alternative : MATTE
31. Dam location : ASWAN
32. Wear : SPORT
35. Hole puncher : AWL
36. Move, informally : RELO
39. Never : ATNOTIME
40. "Eraserhead" star Jack : NANCE
41. A train may go down it : THEAISLE
46. When doubled, a Gabor : ZSA
47. Basketball statistic : ASSIST
49. Young swan : CYGNET
51. G8 member : ITALY
52. "The ___ Sanction" : EIGER
54. Greek salad ingredient : FETA
55. "Family Ties" son : ALEX
56. Carol : NOEL
57. Conclusion : CODA
58. Hastens : HIES
59. Hwy. with tolls : TPKE
63. Title for a person with a J.D. : ESQ

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