New York Times, Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Author: Damon J. Gulczynski
Editor: Will Shortz
Damon J. Gulczynski
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQW} This is puzzle # 6 for Mr. Gulczynski. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2009, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Industry honcho : CZAR
5. "Do the ___!" : MATH
9. Suffix with beer or fun : FEST
13. Move, in Realtor lingo : RELO
14. XM ___ : RADIO
15. In the old days : ONCE
16. Lunchbox dessert item : OREO
17. Jump for joy : EXULT
18. "The Good Earth" heroine : OLAN
19. Tom Collins or Rob Roy : COCKTAIL
21. Turkic people : TATARS
23. Grass bought in rolls : SOD
24. End of an exhaust system : TAILPIPE
26. Beehive State athlete : UTE
29. Guitar pioneer Paul : LES
31. Paddler's target : REAR
32. Unrealistic idea : PIPEDREAM
35. Hold back, as a news story : SITON
39. Salon sound : SNIP
40. In a foxy fashion : SLYLY
42. "Uh-uh" : NOPE
43. Regatta entry : YACHT
45. 1992 U.S. Olympic hoopsters, with "the" : DREAMTEAM
47. Peseta's replacement : EURO
49. La-la lead-in : TRA
50. ___-mo : SLO
51. Basketball or baseball : TEAMGAME
55. Ike's monogram : DDE
57. Tangle in a net: Var. : IMMESH
58. Fighting rooster : GAMECOCK
63. Hair removal brand : NAIR
64. Take forcibly, old-style : REAVE
66. Tom Wolfe novel "___ in Full" : AMAN
67. Bigger than mega- : GIGA
68. Elizabeth of cosmetics : ARDEN
69. After-beach wear : ROBE
70. Supersecure airline : ELAL
71. Name on toy fuel trucks : HESS
72. Two caplets, say : DOSE
1. Swamp menace, for short : CROC
2. Total loser : ZERO
3. Guinness or Waugh : ALEC
4. Corner pieces, in chess : ROOKS
5. Calf-length dress : MAXI
6. X-rated : ADULT
7. Up to, in ads : TIL
8. Real babe : HOTTIE
9. Evidence washed away by the tide : FOOTPRINT
10. China's Zhou ___ : ENLAI
11. Bluff formed by a fault : SCARP
12. In need of a rubdown : TENSE
14. Blogger's audience : READERS
20. Ratted (on) : TOLD
22. "Sad to say ..." : ALAS
25. Decorative band : ARMLET
26. "___-daisy!" : UPSY
27. Fey of "30 Rock" : TINA
28. Huge in scope : EPIC
30. Only now and then : SELDOM
33. Short-lived : EPHEMERAL
34. Firth of Clyde town : AYR
36. The "ten" in "hang ten" : TOES
37. Stone for many Libras : OPAL
38. Nautilus skipper : NEMO
41. Landscaper's crew : YARDMEN
44. Harbor workhorses : TUGS
46. Showed up in time for : MADE
48. Gung-ho : RAHRAH
51. Trace of color : TINGE
52. Messages that may contain emoticons : EMAIL
53. Old computer : AMIGA
54. "Zounds!" : EGADS
56. Paperless birthday greeting : ECARD
59. Birds, collectively : AVES
60. 1847 Melville work : OMOO
61. Some urban rides : CABS
62. "Trick" body part : KNEE
65. Before, to a bard : ERE

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