New York Times, Monday, June 16, 1997

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

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© 1997, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Musicians' copyright grp. : ASCAP
6. King with a golden touch : MIDAS
11. Business fraud monitoring agcy. : FTC
14. TV exec Arledge : ROONE
15. "Be ___..." : ADOLL
16. Spanish gold : ORO
17. Grant vs. Bragg, Nov. 1863 : CHATTANOOGA
19. Tease : RIB
20. Sandwich choice : HOTORCOLD
21. Parkers feed it downtown : METER
23. ___-do-well : NEER
24. Black Sea port : ODESSA
25. Wakeful watches : VIGILS
28. Bush aide John : SUNUNU
30. Neighborhood : AREA
31. Idiot : MORON
32. Chinese food additive : MSG
35. On, as a lamp : LIT
36. For fun : ASALARK
38. Place for a hole in a sock : TOE
39. Winter clock setting in Vt. : EST
40. Union branch : LOCAL
41. Coal stratum : SEAM
42. "Old ___" (1957 Disney film) : YELLER
44. Lines of cliffs : SCARPS
46. Slugged : PASTED
48. Salon job : PERM
49. Perth ___, N.J. : AMBOY
50. Unlike Mr. Spock of "Star Trek" : EMOTIONAL
55. Brock or Costello : LOU
56. Rosecrans vs. Bragg, Sept. 1863 : CHICKAMAUGA
58. Continent north of Afr. : EUR
59. Eagle's nest : AERIE
60. Listlessness : ENNUI
61. It follows a dot in many on-line addresses : ORG
62. Not our : THEIR
63. Syria's Hafez al-___ : ASSAD
1. It may have fallen on a foot : ARCH
2. Manhattan locale : SOHO
3. Jacket : COAT
4. Cather novel "My ___" : ANTONIA
5. Small sea bird : PETREL
6. Millionaire's home : MANOR
7. Elvis Presley, in the 50's and 60's : IDOL
8. "I ___ it!" (cry of success) : DOOD
9. H.S. math : ALG
10. Patrick Ewing specialty : SLAMDUNK
11. Anderson vs. Beauregard, Apr. 1861 : FORTSUMTER
12. Attempts : TRIES
13. Striking snake : COBRA
18. Good blackjack holdings : ACES
22. Poet's dusk : EEN
24. ___ about (lawyer's phrase) : ONOR
25. Caesar's farewell : VALE
26. Spring bloom : IRIS
27. Meade vs. Lee, July 1863 : GETTYSBURG
28. Kind of energy or flare : SOLAR
29. ___ Mountains (edge of Asia) : URAL
31. Riot queller : MACE
33. Ivory, e.g. : SOAP
34. Onyxes and opals : GEMS
36. Night prowler : ALLEYCAT
37. Auctioneer's last word : SOLD
41. Pago Pago residents : SAMOANS
43. D.D.E.'s command : ETO
44. ___ poor example : SETA
45. Sevastopol locale : CRIMEA
46. Ancient: Prefix : PALEO
47. Love affair : AMOUR
48. Fireplace rod : POKER
50. Dublin's land : EIRE
51. 1102, in dates : MCII
52. Women in habits : NUNS
53. Tijuana water : AGUA
54. Deposited : LAID
57. Sneaky laugh sound : HEH

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