New York Times, Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Author: Dan Schoenholz
Editor: Will Shortz
Dan Schoenholz
TotalDebutLatestCollabs
165/5/20105/3/20150
SunMonTueWedThuFriSat
8123200
ScrabbleRebusCirclePangram
1.60210

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {QWXZ} This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Schoenholz. NYT links: Across Lite

1
S
2
A
3
M
4
MY
5
A
6
M
7
A
8
N
9
A
10
A
11
T
12
E
13
E
14
A
R
E
S
15
G
O
N
E
R
16
T
H
A
N
17
B
I
T
T
18
E
R
E
N
E
MY
19
A
E
R
O
20
I
D
O
I
D
O
21
A
D
M
22
I
R
A
L
S
23
N
E
O
C
O
N
24
O
N
I
T
25
M
O
26
N
27
I
28
S
M
S
29
R
30
E
31
MY
32
MY
33
R
34
O
35
N
36
MY
O
H
MY
37
T
38
R
I
P
E
39
T
A
L
O
40
N
41
M
E
R
42
R
A
C
E
R
43
H
E
D
G
E
44
S
A
N
45
E
46
U
S
E
S
47
S
S
S
48
A
49
MY
G
R
A
N
50
T
51
M
52
A
T
S
53
J
O
54
V
55
I
56
A
57
L
58
I
59
S
O
T
O
P
60
E
61
S
62
O
M
E
N
I
I
63
M
A
K
O
64
A
L
L
65
B
Y
MY
S
E
L
F
66
O
L
E
N
67
C
I
R
C
E
68
T
R
E
E
69
K
A
Y
E
70
E
A
S
E
D
71
S
T
D
S
© 2010, The New York Times
Across Down
1. With 69-Across, 1930s-'50s bandleader : SAMMY
5. Brand name in the kitchen : AMANA
10. Suit to ___ : ATEE
14. Bellicose deity : ARES
15. One who's "toast" : GONER
16. Comparison word : THAN
17. Japan, to the U.S., once : BITTERENEMY
19. Sleek, in car talk : AERO
20. 1966 Mary Martin musical : IDOIDO
21. Fleet elite : ADMIRALS
23. Ex-lib, maybe : NEOCON
24. "I'm ___!" ("Can do!") : ONIT
25. Views that reality is a unitary whole : MONISMS
29. ___ Martin (cognac brand) : REMY
32. Ancient Greek sculptor of athletes : MYRON
36. "Golly!" : MYOHMY
37. Hogwash : TRIPE
39. Eagle's claw : TALON
41. Place for une île : MER
42. Brickyard 400 entrant : RACER
43. Use weasel words : HEDGE
44. All there : SANE
46. Makes a cat's-paw of : USES
47. Sizzling sound : SSS
48. "Baby Baby" singer, 1991 : AMYGRANT
51. Sushi-rolling accessories : MATS
53. Good-humored : JOVIAL
58. Carbon 14 and uranium 235 : ISOTOPES
62. Subtitle of 1978's "Damien" : OMENII
63. Shark on some menus : MAKO
64. 1976 Eric Carmen hit : ALLBYMYSELF
66. Pulitzer-winning author Robert ___ Butler : OLEN
67. Homeric sorceress : CIRCE
68. Word with family or fruit : TREE
69. See 1-Across : KAYE
70. Made bearable : EASED
71. Criteria: Abbr. : STDS
1. Oral vaccine developer : SABIN
2. Take for ___ (hoodwink) : ARIDE
3. Copycat's cry : METOO
4. Old Connecticut whaling town : MYSTIC
5. Science for farmers : AGRONOMY
6. See 50-Down : MOE
7. Wintour of fashion : ANNA
8. More than desire : NEED
9. One with yellow ribbons, maybe : ARMYMOM
10. Game maker since 1972 : ATARI
11. Courtroom antics, e.g. : THEATRICS
12. Sandwich man? : EARL
13. Fourth book of the Book of Mormon : ENOS
18. Esau's descendants' land : EDOM
22. Brass or woodwind: Abbr. : INSTR
26. Chinese menu notation : NOMSG
27. Start of a rumor report : IHEAR
28. Ancient city that lent its name to a fig : SMYRNA
30. Tool for a duel : EPEE
31. Actor Mike : MYERS
32. That you should feed a cold and starve a fever, and others : MYTHS
33. Explorer John and actress Charlotte : RAES
34. Snowy peak of song : OLDSMOKEY
35. Creamy beverage : NOG
38. Former German president Johannes : RAU
40. "Cool!" : NEATO
45. Ate up, so to speak : ENJOYED
49. Popular social networking site, and this puzzle's theme : MYSPACE
50. With 6-Down, 1994 Olympic gold medalist in downhill skiing : TOMMY
52. Thing to do on Yom Kippur : ATONE
54. Endows (with) : VESTS
55. Hard to combine, chemically : INERT
56. Was indisposed : AILED
57. Thomas Hardy's "___ Little Ironies" : LIFES
58. "Don't worry about me" : IMOK
59. Part of una casa : SALA
60. London Magazine essayist : ELIA
61. Some cameras, for short : SLRS
65. Pre-A.D. : BCE

Found bugs or have suggestions?

Previous puzzle | Next puzzle