IN HONOR OF 80-ACROSS

New York Times, Sunday, May 18, 1997

Author: Frances Hansen
Editor: Will Shortz
Frances Hansen
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 68 Missing: {Q} This is puzzle # 94 for Ms. Hansen. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1997, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Like some appliances : ACDC
5. Cremona name : AMATI
10. Spite : MALICE
16. Halloween get-up : HAG
19. Inveigh (against) : RAIL
20. Actor Alain : DELON
21. 50's-70's Dodgers manager Walt : ALSTON
22. Slip : ERR
23. 1936 film : MRDEEDSGOESTOTOWN
26. Where Maracana Stadium is : RIO
27. "La Navarraise" heroine : ANITA
28. Wheezy chest sounds : RALES
29. Nursery rhyme character who "fell fast asleep" : BOPEEP
31. Daiquiri flavor : BANANA
33. ___ clock (self-winding timepiece) : ATMOS
34. Fiasco : DEBACLE
35. Emergency supply : SERUM
36. Of the upper hipbone : ILIAC
37. Started eating : FELLTO
38. City on the North Platte : CASPER
40. "It Happened One Night" star : CLARKGABLE
42. Printemps month : MAI
45. Prayer word : AVE
46. Waiting area for the Robert E. Lee : LEVEE
48. One of a Latin trio : AMAS
49. Ursula Andress's birthplace : BERN
50. Get better, so to speak : MEND
52. "Meet John Doe" star : GARYCOOPER
56. P.C. Wren's Beau : GESTE
57. Rank below abbess : PRIORESS
59. Kind of space : OUTER
60. Name in Keats's "On First Looking Into Chapman's Homer" : CORTEZ
61. 3-2, e.g. : COUNT
62. Some poker payments : CHITS
63. Faineance : SLOTH
64. Home for Heidi : CHALET
66. Plow part : BLADE
67. Abel, for one : SHEPHERD
70. Put an edge on : HONED
71. "You Can't Take It With You" star : JEANARTHUR
73. 1958 Pulitzer author : AGEE
74. British royal, informally : ANDY
75. Former Eur. airline : BOAC
76. Alternative to Corinthian : IONIC
78. Inexperienced : RAW
79. Ref's decision : TKO
80. Born May 18, 1897, he directed all the films named in this puzzle : FRANKCAPRA
84. Wheedle : CAJOLE
86. 60's series set in post-Civil War : LAREDO
88. Appropriate : ALLOT
89. Spread out : ROOMY
90. St. ___, first American links locale : ANDREWS
92. Pakistan's chief river : INDUS
93. Odalisques serve them : HAREMS
95. Contradicts : BELIES
96. Respected one : DOYEN
97. Barbecue offering : KABOB
98. One of Princess Yasmin's names : AGA
99. 1946 film : ITSAWONDERFULLIFE
105. Private eye : TEC
106. Tennis doubles player : NETMAN
107. Utters : EMITS
108. Like some votes : ORAL
109. St. Agnes's ___ (January 20) : EVE
110. Salad start : GREENS
111. Ballet ___ : RUSSE
112. Like a 103-Down, maybe : WAXY
1. Usher's offering : ARM
2. "Wheels" : CAR
3. Served the purpose : DID
4. Make a killing : CLEANUP
5. Contribute during preparation : ADDIN
6. Famous party giver : MESTA
7. Marine ___ : ALGA
8. Moreover : TOO
9. Physics topic : INERTIA
10. Griffith TV role : MATLOCK
11. Fugard's "A Lesson From ___" : ALOES
12. W.W. II transports: Abbr. : LSTS
13. Four-time Japanese P.M. : ITO
14. Sounds from the lea : COWBELLS
15. Make heroic : ENNOBLE
16. 1951 film : HERECOMESTHEGROOM
17. Posthumous Plath book : ARIEL
18. Fumble : GROPE
24. Nail polish : ENAMEL
25. Island next to Leyte : SAMAR
30. You can stand this! : PAT
31. Oregonian : BEAVER
32. 1944 film : ARSENICANDOLDLACE
33. Part of a tennis court : ALLEY
34. Except : DEBAR
35. Rascal : SCAMP
36. Their work goes down the tubes : ICERS
37. Hall-of-___ : FAMER
39. Shopping street in London's West End : REGENT
41. Shows surprise : GAPES
43. Puccini's "Vissi d'___" : ARTE
44. Don Juan's mother : INEZ
47. Like Asia's reaches : VAST
49. Woman's wide lace collar : BERTHA
51. Pianist-actor Wilson : DOOLEY
53. "Over There" composer : COHAN
54. Louise de la Ramee's pen name : OUIDA
55. The Water Rat's friend : OTTER
56. Sticky stuff : GOOP
58. Reconsidered : RUED
60. Father : CLERIC
62. Typewriter sound : CLACK
63. Snub, in a way : SHUN
64. Chin : CHAT
65. It means "Out of my way!" : HONK
66. Game of chance : BEANO
67. Young hog : SHOAT
68. Dominions : REALMS
69. Hero of 1898 : DEWEY
71. Steinbeck family : JOADS
72. Early weather satellite : TIROS
75. Plymouth Colony leader : BREWSTER
77. Character actor J. ___ Naish : CARROL
80. Emancipation : FREEING
81. Western backdrops : CANYONS
82. Caller on Miss Mullens, in Longfellow : ALDEN
83. Sack : PLUNDER
85. Guy in the street : JOEBLOW
87. TV actress Meyers : ARI
90. Moderate : ABATE
91. Beersheba's locale : NEGEV
92. Grant Wood, notably : IOWAN
93. Knife handles : HAFTS
94. Wrong : ABUSE
96. Title for Kiri Te Kanawa : DAME
97. Rap duo ___ Kross : KRIS
100. Bernadette, e.g.: Abbr. : STE
101. Six-foot runner? : EMU
102. George's brother : IRA
103. Certain letter : FAX
104. Nevada county seat : ELY

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