New York Times, Friday, June 13, 1997

Author: Bob Klahn
Editor: Will Shortz
Bob Klahn
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 32 Missing: {QW} This is puzzle # 25 for Mr. Klahn. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1997, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Stereotypical swing voter : JOESIXPACK
11. Luck, to some : LADY
15. Delusions : IGNESFATUI
16. Dirk of yore : SNEE
17. They don't play the net in tennis : BASELINERS
18. Lowers : DIMS
19. Amour-propre : EGO
20. It may have a big head : ALE
21. Brandy letters : VSO
23. Curry or Rice : TIM
24. Composed : SERENE
26. Piano pieces? : KEYS
27. Doc bloc : AMA
28. Gather on the surface, chemically : ADSORB
30. Things for one to do : SOLOS
32. Mangel-wurzels : BEETS
35. Long of "Boyz N the Hood" : NIA
36. Stirring : AFOOT
37. Relief, of a sort : ALMS
38. Immigrant's course, briefly : ESL
39. Driver's warning : FORE
40. "GoodFellas" group : MAFIA
42. Lemieux milieu: Abbr. : NHL
43. Scrooge : MISER
44. Towhead : BLOND
45. How many manuscripts are submitted : ONSPEC
47. Propel a shell : OAR
48. Fictional clue-sniffer : ASTA
50. Nels of "Little House on the Prairie" : OLESON
54. Sounds of Brahma, Vishnu and Siva : OMS
55. Peace, in Russia : MIR
56. Husband and wife, e.g. : DUO
57. Sect leader? : TRI
58. Sorority letter : ZETA
60. Rock band named after the villain in "Barbarella" : DURANDURAN
63. Bank holding : LIEN
64. Affranchise : EMANCIPATE
65. Professor 'iggins, to Eliza : ENRY
66. Press release? : APPLECIDER
1. Agrees : JIBES
2. Model railroad track measure : OGAGE
3. TV newsman David : ENSOR
4. "Get it?" : SEE
5. Christmas and Easter : ISLANDS
6. Fox Mulder's obsession : XFILES
7. Philatelist's purchase : PANE
8. Got fed up : ATE
9. Interviewer's surprises : CURVEBALLS
10. Affectionate, in slang : KISSY
11. It was dropped in the 60's : LSD
12. "A Girl Like I" autobiographer : ANITALOOS
13. Hester Prynne portrayer, 1995 : DEMIMOORE
14. Slave's response : YESMASTER
22. Mountain on the Gulf of Salonika : OSSA
25. Doesn't do takeout : EATSIN
26. Deity whose name means "black" : KRISHNA
29. Bridge opening : ONENOTRUMP
31. Some are out of it in January : OFFICE
32. Buffalo : BAMBOOZLE
33. Where Rommel was routed : ELALAMEIN
34. "Where Angels Fear to Tread" novelist : EMFORSTER
41. Leading man? : ADAM
43. Sweet, in a way : MELODIC
46. Sudden seizure? : POUNCE
49. Top of a platter : SIDEA
51. Musical heirloom : STRAD
52. Magniloquize : ORATE
53. Number in NASA-speak : NINER
56. Twain's celebrated jumping frog : DANL
59. Some : ANY
61. Hammer sound : RAP
62. News letters : UPI

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