New York Times, Thursday, April 5, 2001

Author: Cathy Millhauser
Editor: Will Shortz
Cathy Allis
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {QXZ} Spans: 3 This is puzzle # 65 for Ms. Allis. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Race that's always a tie? : ASCOT
6. "West Side Story" gang : JETS
10. Purim's month : ADAR
14. Baked ham spice : CLOVE
15. Koko Head locale : OAHU
16. Sophia Loren's birthplace : ROMA
17. Paraded around for a crafts class? : MODELEDSOMECLAY
20. Item in Cassatt's "Woman Bathing" : EWER
21. It's spotted at a casino : DIE
22. Yonder ones : THOSE
23. Was assaultive in a crafts class? : CANEDCHAIRS
27. Wool source : ANGORA
30. Nathan Hale's alma mater : YALE
31. "Orphée" painter : COROT
32. Madras garment : SARI
34. Company in a 2000 merger : AOL
37. Stole from a crafts class? : HOOKEDARUGORTWO
41. Pre-op test : EKG
42. They cover the bases : UMPS
43. Kind of joint : MITER
44. Shots, for short : AMMO
46. Digestive enzyme : LIPASE
47. Played hoops during a crafts class? : MADEBASKETS
51. Announcer Don : PARDO
52. Rooter : PIG
53. Peak near the Vale of Tempe : OSSA
57. Became destructive in a crafts class? : THREWALOTOFPOTS
61. Hibernia : ERIN
62. Feather's place : DART
63. Are suited to : BEFIT
64. Foxx on the box : REDD
65. Mind : OBEY
66. Prelim : INTRO
1. Peak : ACME
2. Lento : SLOW
3. One if by land, two if by sea, etc. : CODE
4. Do too well : OVERCOOK
5. Bus. or res. number : TEL
6. Foster of "Sommersby" : JODIE
7. Abated : EASED
8. However, briefly : THO
9. Foot (up) : SUM
10. Jughead's pal : ARCHIE
11. Sorrow : DOLOR
12. Pile up : AMASS
13. Country singer Collin ___ : RAYE
18. Pulitzer winner Buchanan : EDNA
19. Bibliog. space saver : ETAL
24. Villa Borghese display : ARTE
25. Persian Empire founder : CYRUS
26. Muskie's successor in the Cabinet : HAIG
27. Yearn : ACHE
28. Breakfast ___ : NOOK
29. Hot drink : GROG
32. Navigators Islands, today : SAMOA
33. Franco-Swiss collagist : ARP
34. Boy or girl lead-in : ATTA
35. Is behind : OWES
36. Tales : LORE
38. Asinine : DUMB
39. Except : OMIT
40. Unwraps eagerly : RIPSOPEN
44. Number next to a plus sign : ADDEND
45. Siamese "please" : MEOW
46. Kind of block : LEGO
47. 1984 men's slalom gold medalist : MAHRE
48. Certain roll-on : ARRID
49. Germ : SPORE
50. One kind is fed fish, another chips : KITTY
51. Feather: Prefix : PTER
54. Feathery : SOFT
55. Commotion : STIR
56. About : ASTO
58. Commotion : ADO
59. See 60-Down : LAB
60. With 59-Down, site of forensics testing : FBI

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