New York Times, Monday, June 2, 1997

Author: Gregory E. Paul
Editor: Will Shortz
Gregory E. Paul
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JKQYZ} This is puzzle # 46 for Mr. Paul. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1997, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Civil disorder : RIOT
5. Urban haze : SMOG
9. Diners : CAFES
14. Workers' protection org. : OSHA
15. Variety of fine cotton : PIMA
16. Hold dear : ADORE
17. Tizzy : SNIT
18. The New Yorker cartoonist Peter : ARNO
19. Chateau-Thierry's river : MARNE
20. "Petticoat Junction" setting : HOOTERVILLE
23. Lyricist Rice : TIM
24. Granola grain : OAT
25. Copyists : SCRIBES
27. Trim, as a tree : DECORATE
32. Arp's art : DADA
33. Military address: Abbr. : APO
34. Fishing line : SNELL
36. The "S" in WASP : SAXON
39. State north of Ind. : MICH
41. Adventures : SAGAS
43. Battle of Normandy objective : STLO
44. Big news exclusive : SCOOP
46. Reading lights : LAMPS
48. Ames and Asner : EDS
49. Pub orders : ALES
51. Practice : REHEARSE
53. Edmonton's province : ALBERTA
56. Everything : ALL
57. Random number generator : DIE
58. "Father Knows Best" setting : SPRINGFIELD
64. Texas site to remember : ALAMO
66. Have ___ good authority : ITON
67. Sewing case : ETUI
68. Georgia city, home of Mercer University : MACON
69. Color of linen : ECRU
70. Final Four inits. : NCAA
71. Pronunciation symbol : SCHWA
72. Make-believe : SHAM
73. Eschew : SHUN
1. ___ ha-Shanah : ROSH
2. "Money ___ object!" : ISNO
3. Louisville's river : OHIO
4. Dragon, perhaps : TATTOO
5. Big Ten team from East Lansing : SPARTANS
6. Nuclear missile, briefly : MIRV
7. Prefix meaning 56-Across : OMNI
8. London lockups : GAOLS
9. Kodaks, e.g. : CAMERAS
10. Nabokov novel : ADA
11. "The Phil Silvers Show" setting : FORTBAXTER
12. Sgt. Bilko : ERNIE
13. Looks like : SEEMS
21. Prominent rabbit features : EARS
22. Digital readout, for short : LCD
26. Mrs. McKinley and others : IDAS
27. Beavers' constructions : DAMS
28. Kind of proportions : EPIC
29. "I Dream of Jeannie" setting : COCOABEACH
30. Marsh duck : TEAL
31. "Pomp and Circumstance" composer : ELGAR
35. Shiny fabric : LAME
37. Auto pioneer Ransom : OLDS
38. Victory margin, at times : NOSE
40. Tunnel : HOLE
42. Moss for potting plants : SPHAGNUM
45. ___ non grata : PERSONA
47. Prefix with starter : SELF
50. Nascar sponsor : STP
52. Little green men : ALIENS
53. Revolutionary leader Samuel : ADAMS
54. Light purple : LILAC
55. Pisces's follower : ARIES
59. Scratch it! : ITCH
60. Nick and ___ Charles : NORA
61. Make an aquatint : ETCH
62. Hilo feast : LUAU
63. Primatologist Fossey : DIAN
65. Cut the grass : MOW

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