New York Times, Wednesday, May 31, 1995

Author: Jonathan Schmatzbach
Editor: Will Shortz
Jonathan Schmalzbach
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 40 Missing: {JQZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 11 for Mr. Schmalzbach. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Ruined, slangily : SHOT
5. Transparent : CLEAR
10. "O, _____ fortune's fool!": Romeo : IAM
13. Excellent : AONE
14. Siva follower : HINDU
15. Year in the reign of Philip I : MLXI
16. Impending disaster : SWORDOFDAMOCLES
19. Hydra's slayer : HERCULES
20. Armstrong et al. : NEILS
21. Building extension : ELL
22. Imago, for one : ADULT
24. Olds model : CUTLASSSUPREME
30. Object of a misanthrope's malice : MAN
31. Word with parking or breathing : SPACE
32. Freudian stage : ORAL
33. Current units, for short : AMPS
35. Colorado Indian : UTE
36. Runs off at the mouth : YAKS
37. Rockefeller Center muralist : SERT
38. Economic news : TREND
40. Titleist's support : TEE
41. Dealing in espionage : CLOAKANDDAGGER
45. Swings for Tarzan : VINES
46. Cycle or verse prefix : UNI
47. Iowa community : AMANA
49. Fixing the driveway : REPAVING
54. Fred Flintstone's cat, for one : SABERTOOTHTIGER
57. Out of control : WILD
58. Rafsanjani, e.g. : IRANI
59. Iditarod destination : NOME
60. Mariner's dir. : ENE
61. "Attention must be paid" to him : LOMAN
62. Corsair's quaff : GROG
1. Obi : SASH
2. Julia Ward _____ : HOWE
3. _____ about (approximately) : ONOR
4. Three lines of verse : TERCET
5. Mojave plants : CHOLLAS
6. Chaim, to Potok : LIFE
7. Goals : ENDS
8. Critic _____ Louise Huxtable : ADA
9. The punch in planter's punch : RUM
10. Untaught : ILLITERATE
11. Skating maneuver : AXEL
12. Strindberg's "_____ Julie" : MISS
15. Secretary of Defense, 1957-59 : MCELROY
17. Tedious : DULL
18. "Get _____" (1967 Esquires hit) : ONUP
22. Climb : ASCEND
23. Fitting : DUE
24. Advertising figure Joe _____ : CAMEL
25. Like certain math propositions : UNPROVABLE
26. Rejects : SPURNS
27. Gratified : SATED
28. Creator : MAKER
29. Differently : ELSE
30. Virile: Abbr. : MASC
34. Like chapel glass : STAINED
38. Menlo Park monogram : TAE
39. Eldest son of a French king : DAUPHIN
42. Wood knot : KNAR
43. Biting insect : GNAT
44. Generous : GIVING
47. "..._____ forgive our debtors" : ASWE
48. Conduit : MAIN
49. Meander : ROAM
50. View from Catania : ETNA
51. Inventor Sikorsky : IGOR
52. Verne captain : NEMO
53. Diver Louganis : GREG
55. Before, briefly : TIL
56. Pizarro's plunder : ORO

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