New York Times, Thursday, June 12, 1997

Author: Gilbert H. Ludwig
Editor: Will Shortz
Gilbert H. Ludwig
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 35 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Ludwig. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1997, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Draft org. : NFL
4. "Immediately!" : NOW
7. The back of the choir? : BASSES
13. American falcon : CARACARA
15. Queen's home : APIARY
16. Emotes : OVERACTS
17. Beans or corn, e.g. : ANNUAL
18. Harvestman : DADDYLONGLEGS
20. Astronaut Shepard : ALAN
21. Postal creed word : NOR
22. "Thy word is ___ unto...": Psalms : ALAMP
25. Air quality tester: Abbr. : EPA
28. Joe and others? : GIS
30. Writer Wiesel : ELIE
31. 1970 George Segal movie : WHERESPOPPA
36. Kind : ILK
37. Undergoes : HAS
38. ___ Group (Latin American association) : RIO
39. Chum : PAL
40. It might result in a change of title : TKO
41. Env. extra : ENC
42. 1964 Cary Grant comedy-romance : FATHERGOOSE
45. Daughter of Laban : LEAH
47. Glasgow refusal : NAE
48. ___ de Cologne : EAU
49. Combustible woodpiles : PYRES
51. Sign of success? : SRO
53. Prong : TINE
57. 1966 A. E. Hotchner memoir : PAPAHEMINGWAY
61. Not basic : ACIDIC
63. Really soak : SATURATE
64. First name in women's tennis : MONICA
65. Poe poem : THEBELLS
66. Young swan : CYGNET
67. Crew need : OAR
68. Cal. units : WKS
1. Like some forces : NAVAL
2. Singer Payne : FREDA
3. "My Roomy" storywriter : LARDNER
4. Frequent H2O accompanier : NACL
5. English playwright Joe : ORTON
6. Didn't function properly : WASNOGO
7. Ancient Semitic idol : BAAL
8. Sleep disturber : APNEA
9. TV's "Living ___" : SINGLE
10. Town near the Golden Gate Bridge : SAUSALITO
11. Laundry room brand : ERA
12. Word part: Abbr. : SYL
13. Musical tail : CODA
14. Low island : CAY
19. Old name for the flu : GRIPPE
23. Draws out, as humor : MILKS
24. Orange ___ : PEKOE
26. B'way showing : PERF
27. Hyphenate with American : ASIAN
29. Two-for-one? : SPARE
31. Young lion : WHELP
32. Dancer Carol of "The Pajama Game" : HANEY
33. Landscaper's job : ESCARPING
34. White, granular powder : POTASH
35. Chlorophyta bit : ALGA
43. Start of a toast : HERESTO
44. Lost interest in, in a way : OUTGREW
46. Occasional parking requirement : HEADIN
50. Enliven : SPICE
52. City on the Missouri : OMAHA
54. Johnny Cash's "___ the Line" : IWALK
55. Big-time competition: Abbr. : NATLS
56. Scrutinizes : EYES
58. Not enough room to swing ___ : ACAT
59. Ancient route : ITER
60. Heart : NUB
61. Cable network : AMC
62. Shy, but maybe not? : COY

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