New York Times, Tuesday, May 11, 1999

Author: Ed Early
Editor: Will Shortz
Ed Early
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 13 for Mr. Early. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Hair in need of a barber : BUSH
5. Salamanders : EFTS
9. "Good ___!" : GRIEF
14. Accident-preventing org. : OSHA
15. Spoils : LOOT
16. Kind of down : EIDER
17. Understands : SEES
18. Moon goddess : LUNA
19. Honshu city : OSAKA
20. Certainly not the life of the party : CRASHINGBORE
23. Neil Simon's "___ in Yonkers" : LOST
24. Schlep : LUG
25. Animation frame : CEL
28. 1953 A.L. M.V.P. Al : ROSEN
31. Give relief to a thief : ABET
33. Deputy : AIDE
34. Exclamation of discovery : OHO
35. Mint plant : CHIA
37. Andy of "The Untouchables" : GARCIA
39. Box office sensation : SMASHINGSUCCESS
42. Drive-in employee : CARHOP
43. Courteous chap : GENT
44. ___ v. Wade : ROE
45. Ess molding : OGEE
46. ___ Ed. (H.S. course) : PHYS
48. Computer pix : ICONS
50. Suffix with pamphlet : EER
51. Make a knot : TIE
52. ___-American relations : SINO
54. Soap interruption? : BREAKINGNEWS
59. Bow or Barton : CLARA
62. Handyman's need : TOOL
63. Deli jarful : MAYO
64. Wall Street woe : PANIC
65. Highest European volcano : ETNA
66. Declare with certainty : AVER
67. Saying : ADAGE
68. Word with cheeks or picture : ROSY
69. Avian haunt : NEST
1. Pear type : BOSC
2. Net-surfer : USER
3. Stadium seen from the Van Wyck Expressway : SHEA
4. Annoyance : HASSLE
5. Bret who wrote "Less Than Zero" : ELLIS
6. Plaza feature : FOUNTAIN
7. Half a picker-upper : TONG
8. Riding ___ : STABLE
9. Conductor Solti : GEORG
10. Yeast's effect on cake : RISE
11. Wyo. neighbor : IDA
12. "Omigod!" : EEK
13. Italian monk : FRA
21. Boss : HONCHO
22. Defeat in battle : OUTGUN
25. "O tempora! O mores!" orator : CICERO
26. Inventor who saw the light : EDISON
27. Rental agreements : LEASES
28. Gat : ROSCOE
29. Resistance measurement : OHMAGE
30. Eagle, for one : SOARER
32. Like many 90's trousers : BAGGY
33. It's measured in degrees : ARC
36. Beads and headband wearer : HIPPIE
38. Job for a thespian : ACTING
40. "___-Devil" (1989 Streep film) : SHE
41. Congressional periods : SESSIONS
47. Gat : HEATER
49. Swindler : CONMAN
51. Vestige : TRACE
53. Dental filling : INLAY
54. Jail for a sailor : BRIG
55. Japanese zither : KOTO
56. Place for a gutter : EAVE
57. They follow exes : WYES
58. Photocopier function : SORT
59. Tax preparer, for short : CPA
60. Stripling : LAD
61. Literary collection : ANA

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