New York Times, Wednesday, June 1, 1994

Author: Bob Lubbers
Editor: Will Shortz
Bob Lubbers
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {FJXZ} This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. Lubbers. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1994, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Monopoly purchase : HOTEL
6. _____ of office : OATH
10. Singing Beatle : PAUL
14. Maytag rival : AMANA
15. German numeral : DREI
16. Shade of red : RUBY
17. Kind of dressing : RANCH
18. Boccaccio work, with "The" : DECAMERON
20. Actress Swenson : INGA
21. GLASGOW: _____:: ... : GLASWEGIAN
22. E. B. White piece : ESSAY
24. Put on _____ : ANACT
25. Toulouse tams : BERETS
27. Art _____ (master keyboardist) : TATUM
29. Get up : ARISE
30. 1987 Wimbledon winner : CASH
31. Actor Jannings : EMIL
35. _____Tin Tin : RIN
36. From Novi Sad : SERBIAN
39. "_____ No Hooks" : USE
40. Boat's backbone : KEEL
42. Geissler tube illuminant : NEON
43. Winding paths : ESSES
45. Fall flower : ASTER
47. Long-legged shorebird : AVOCET
48. Actress June : HAVER
50. Memorable shrine : ALAMO
51. MONACO: _____:: ... : MONEGASQUE
54. Satan's doing : EVIL
57. LEM driver : ASTRONAUT
58. Ballerina Shearer : MOIRA
59. Spanish province or capital : LEON
60. Andrews Sisters, e.g. : TRIO
61. Shenanigan : ANTIC
62. Quiet street : LANE
63. Drains of stamina : SAPS
64. Ninnies : GEESE
1. Mata _____ : HARI
2. Arabian sultanate : OMAN
3. TANGIER: _____:: ... : TANGERINE
4. Sheathes : ENCASES
5. _____ -di-dah : LAH
6. Strange to say : ODDLY
7. Kind of rug : AREA
8. Gumshoes : TECS
9. Son of the West Wind : HIAWATHA
10. Before kickoff : PREGAME
11. Goldfinger's first name : AURIC
12. Convoy chaser : UBOAT
13. Boston suburb : LYNN
19. Waiter's handout : MENU
21. Tums target : GAS
23. Fr. holy women : STES
25. Sergeant's voice : BARK
26. Canal opened in 1825 : ERIE
27. Olden drum : TABOR
28. "It's _____ to tell a lie" : ASIN
30. Manitoba Indian : CREE
32. MOSCOW: _____ : MUSCOVITE
33. "Oh, that's what you mean!" : ISEE
34. Paris's Gare de _____ : LEST
37. Contest responders : ENTRANTS
38. St. Petersburg's river : NEVA
41. Shotz Brewery worker of 70's TV : LAVERNE
44. Gershwin's "_____ to Watch Over Me" : SOMEONE
46. Utah's state flower : SEGO
47. Tankard tipple : ALE
48. Hebrew prophet : HOSEA
49. Writer Chekhov : ANTON
50. Detroit output : AUTOS
51. Shopping center : MALL
52. _____ Delano (F.D.R.'s mother) : SARA
53. Witticism : QUIP
55. Spring flower : IRIS
56. Teddy material : LACE
58. People or GQ : MAG

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