New York Times, Thursday, April 30, 1998

Author: Kelly Clark
Editor: Will Shortz
Kelly Clark
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 34 Missing: {FJQZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 2 for Ms. Clark. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. "Hasta luego!" : TATA
5. Like Mozart's flute : MAGIC
10. Elhi orgs. : PTAS
14. Riffraff : SCUM
15. College town near Bangor : ORONO
16. Mock words of enlightenment : AHSO
17. Prefix with lateral : AMBI
18. Position : STAND
19. Summer job seeker, often : TEEN
20. Don sackcloth and ashes : REPENT
22. Lunchbox alternative : PAPERBAG
24. Trojans' sch. : USC
25. Porky's love : PETUNIA
26. Blvd. crossers : STS
28. Mary Todd's love : ABE
30. Shakespearean suffix : EST
31. Big bang producer : TNT
34. It's dead, some say : CHIVALRY
37. Overly : TOOTOO
39. Penta- plus one : HEXA
40. Last of a series : OMEGA
42. Coal site : VEIN
43. Gilligan's boat : MINNOW
45. Run through : REHEARSE
47. Pedro might pan for it : ORO
48. Clock-setting std. : GMT
50. Erie Lackawanna, e.g.: Abbr. : RWY
51. Toady's response : YES
52. Publicist's handout : RELEASE
55. Two-time U.S. Open winner : ELS
57. Added to a recording : DUBBEDIN
59. "Hurray!" : IDIDIT
62. Black-and-white treat : OREO
63. Vastness : OCEAN
65. Pro ___ : BONO
66. Govt. watchdog : OSHA
67. Hit plenty hard : WHACK
68. Feminine org. since the 1850's : YWCA
69. Dillon of "Wild Things" : MATT
70. Some shoes : NIKES
71. Art school subj. : ANAT
1. Peter, for one : TSAR
2. Ne plus ultra : ACME
3. With 11-Down, "On the Town" lyric, appropriately : TUBPUSIXNORBEHT
4. Cannes confidantes : AMIES
5. Lion's share : MOST
6. Emerson's "jealous mistress" : ART
7. Freak out : GOAPE
8. Not learned : INNATE
9. O'Neal/Streisand comedy, appropriately : CODPUSTAHW
10. Gloria ___ (lesser doxology) : PATRI
11. See 3-Down : THEBATTERYSDOWN
12. Between ports : ASEA
13. Tin Pan Alley product : SONG
21. Orange Bowl org. : NCAA
23. Opposite of exo- : ENTO
25. Salon service : PERM
26. Jerk : SCHMO
27. Not our : THEIR
29. Comment from Popeye, appropriately : BLOWMEDOWN
32. Kind of pollution : NOISE
33. Steps on a scale? : TONES
35. U-Haul unit : VAN
36. "So's ___ old man!" : YER
38. Macrogametes : OVA
41. "Sommersby" star : GERE
44. Rubberneck : OGLE
46. Argus-___ (vigilant) : EYED
49. Chinese exercises : TAICHI
53. W.W. II torpedo vessel : EBOAT
54. Kind of preview : SNEAK
56. Gulf of Sidra locale : LIBYA
57. Bad end : DOOM
58. ___ Minor : URSA
59. Some are indelible : INKS
60. Machu Picchu resident : INCA
61. Exactly : TOAT
64. Whiz : ACE

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