New York Times, Wednesday, April 30, 1997

Author: Brendan Emmett Quigley
Editor: Will Shortz
Brendan Emmett Quigley
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {HQ} Spans: 3 This is puzzle # 7 for Mr. Quigley. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1997, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Made fun of : JAPED
6. Comic Martin : STEVE
11. Object of invective, often : UMP
14. Concert venue : ARENA
15. Site of Western Michigan University : KALAMAZOO
17. 1959 Philip Roth book : GOODBYECOLUMBUS
19. Part of the Holy Trinity : SON
20. First name on Capitol Hill : NEWT
21. Cold war side, with "the" : WEST
22. Seats with cushions : PEWS
23. 1932 and 1981 "Tarzan" films, e.g. : REMAKES
26. Inevitably : ALWAYS
29. Dove rival : CAMAY
30. Coin no longer minted : LIRA
31. Gen. Powell : COLIN
32. Charge : FEE
35. Hemingway novel of 1929 : AFAREWELLTOARMS
39. Abbr. for 20-Across, in two ways : REP
40. Watergate co-conspirator : LIDDY
41. Nonsense word repeated in a 1961 hit : BOMP
42. Chemistry measurements : MOLES
43. 1902 Physics Nobelist Pieter : ZEEMAN
45. Loudly laments : BEWAILS
48. Add color to : TINT
49. Seat : REAR
50. The "pneumo" in pneumonia : LUNG
51. Untapped : NEW
54. 1958 Mario Lanza song : ARRIVEDERCIROMA
59. Popular motor home : WINNEBAGO
60. Writer Shute : NEVIL
61. Article in France Soir : LES
62. Give : ENDOW
63. Ennoble : EXALT
1. Certain sports cars, informally : JAGS
2. Suffix with buck : AROO
3. Drudge : PEON
4. Get rid of : END
5. Actor Coleman : DABNEY
6. Biases : SKEWS
7. Mediator's skill : TACT
8. "Hold On Tight" rock band : ELO
9. Kilmer of "The Saint" : VAL
10. Aussie bird : EMU
11. Language spoken in Tashkent : UZBEK
12. Cursor mover : MOUSE
13. Puts up, as a computer message : POSTS
16. Home products company : AMWAY
18. Evergreens : YEWS
22. Jack of 50's-60's TV : PAAR
23. Come-from-behind attempt : RALLY
24. Send out : EMIT
25. Jorge's hand : MANO
26. Winglike : ALAR
27. Never-ending sentence? : LIFE
28. Scarf : WRAP
29. Causes of some absences : COLDS
31. Turns over : CEDES
32. Gift tag word : FROM
33. Austen heroine : EMMA
34. Cable staple : ESPN
36. "The Time Machine" race : ELOI
37. Something left behind : WILL
38. Help : ABET
42. Cheech of Cheech and Chong : MARIN
43. Vitamin additive : ZINC
44. Head of a train : ENGINE
45. More than a scuffle : BRAWL
46. Chill-inducing : EERIE
47. Alerts : WARNS
48. "Presumed Innocent" author : TUROW
50. Lincoln Log competitor : LEGO
51. Astronomer's sighting : NOVA
52. Disney's "___ and the Detectives" : EMIL
53. Cartoonist Kelly : WALT
55. Churchill symbol : VEE
56. Surveyor's dir. : EBN
57. Pop : DAD
58. Latin ruler : REX

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