New York Times, Wednesday, May 9, 2001

Author: Ethan Cooper
Editor: Will Shortz
Ethan Cooper
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 42 Missing: {JQVY} This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. Cooper. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2001, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Paradoxical fellow : ZENO
5. Boxing prize : BELT
9. Earns : MAKES
14. Diamond family name : ALOU
15. Half court game? : ALAI
16. Die down : ABATE
17. Central point : GIST
18. Gridiron scoreboard info : DOWN
19. Seuss title creature : LORAX
20. Beatings at Bloomingdale's, e.g.? : SHOPPINGMAULS
23. PETA peeve : FUR
24. Café partner : LAIT
25. Ones carrying an apostle? : PAULBEARERS
30. Whip but good : TAN
33. Bubbly source : ASTI
34. Dallas sch. : SMU
35. Dangerous strain : ECOLI
37. It's got you covered : SKIN
38. Madras wraps : SARIS
41. McGregor of "Trainspotting" : EWAN
42. 1991-93 Australian Open winner : SELES
44. Disney division : ABC
45. Twist, sometimes : LIME
46. Farm female : EWE
47. Inspector at a trucking company? : HAULMONITOR
51. Neanderthal's wear : PELT
52. "Groovy!" : FAB
53. Is an old French landowner? : HASALOTOFGAUL
59. "The Planets" composer : HOLST
60. Seats with kneelers : PEWS
61. Abdicator of 1917 : TSAR
63. "Wouldn't that be nice!" : IWISH
64. Edison product : IDEA
65. Ides rebuke : ETTU
66. Winning craps roll, in Rome : SETTE
67. Like some D.A.'s : ASST
68. Lip : SASS
1. Veer suddenly : ZAG
2. Crimson rivals : ELIS
3. Bag of chips, say : NOSH
4. Uncalled-for : OUTOFLINE
5. Reputation hurter : BADPRESS
6. Wells's oppressed race : ELOI
7. Place for an egg roll : LAWN
8. Excited feeling : TINGLE
9. Crummy feeling : MALAISE
10. Circa : ABOUT
11. Wallenda family patriarch : KARL
12. Cockpit guesses, for short : ETAS
13. Census datum : SEX
21. Place for a cold one : PUB
22. Uglify : MAR
25. No longer cool : PASSE
26. Crooked : ASKEW
27. Serviceable : UTILE
28. Doc bloc : AMA
29. Like Mayberry : RURAL
30. Namely : TOWIT
31. Santa Anna took it : ALAMO
32. West Coast gridder : NINER
36. Nuns, by vow : CELIBATES
39. DOS popularizer : IBM
40. Derides : SCOFFSAT
43. Encase : SHEATHE
48. Apiece, in scores : ALL
49. Sir Thomas More novel : UTOPIA
50. Back seat driver, e.g. : NAG
51. "Hey, buddy!" : PSSST
53. British commander at Bunker Hill : HOWE
54. Detrained : ALIT
55. Kennedy and others : TEDS
56. Is in the hole : OWES
57. Org. for 42-Across : USTA
58. Back muscles, for short : LATS
59. Hellos : HIS
62. Big chunk of Eur. : RUS

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