New York Times, Thursday, June 22, 2000

Author: Robert B. Baker
Editor: Will Shortz
Robert B. Baker
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {FJQVXZ} Spans: 1 This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Baker. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2000, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Sudden start : BANG
5. Arrival of clouds, for instance : OMEN
9. Use as a dining table : EATON
14. Read ___ (study) : UPON
15. Catamount : PUMA
16. Towel material : TERRY
17. Wampanoag war leader, 1675-76 : METACOMET
19. "Oho!" and such : CRIES
20. From the 1930's : PREWAR
21. Creek war leader, 1813-14 : REDEAGLE
23. Mast support : STAY
25. First National Leaguer to hit 500 home runs : OTT
26. Matter of proof? : ALCOHOL
30. Seminole war leader, 1835-37 : OSCEOLA
34. Electronic gate : DIODE
35. Peak in Haute-Savoie : ALPE
37. Opposing : CON
38. Lenape advocate of Indian unity and resistance, ca. 1760's : DELAWAREPROPHET
42. ___-Aztecan languages : UTO
43. Laguna Veneta borderer : LIDO
44. Temperature taker, maybe : NURSE
45. Ottawa war leader, 1763-65 : PONTIAC
48. Gloom : SADNESS
50. Commanded : RAN
51. Bird so-called from its call : NENE
52. Shawnee war leader, 1812-13 : TECUMSEH
56. TV ad directive : ACTNOW
61. Like some colonies : APIAN
62. Sauk war leader, 1832 : BLACKHAWK
64. Tutor's subject, maybe : PIANO
65. Italian artist Guido : RENI
66. End ___ : USER
67. "Ivanhoe" writer : SCOTT
68. Mediterranean port : ORAN
69. Huff : GASP
1. Cause for an apology : BUMP
2. Mimic : APER
3. Any letter from A to G : NOTE
4. Nibble : GNAW
5. City north of Lisbon : OPORTO
6. Tight-lipped : MUM
7. Filer : EMERY
8. Basketball's Thurmond : NATE
9. "And blah blah blah" : ETCETC
10. Freshen : AERATE
11. H.S. class : TRIG
12. City on the Oka : OREL
13. Wall Street Journal subj. : NYSE
18. Tropical nut : CASHEW
22. Medicine man? : DOSER
24. King who sacked Rome : ALARIC
26. Make sense : ADDUP
27. Deceive : LIETO
28. List preceder : COLON
29. Harem room : ODA
30. Resist : OPPOSE
31. Orangeish : OCHRE
32. Windblown soil : LOESS
33. Pennies, maybe : ANTES
36. Commanded : LED
39. King and others : ALANS
40. Next : ONDECK
41. Smile producer : PUN
46. Absentee : TRUANT
47. "You are, too!" preceder : IAMNOT
49. Extra Strength product : ANACIN
51. Panther, e.g. : NHLER
52. Shoe appendages : TAPS
53. Like some struggles : EPIC
54. "I'm history!" : CIAO
55. Catalan river : EBRO
57. Tough : THUG
58. Its work is done in stages : NASA
59. Can't pay : OWES
60. 1970's-80's sitcom setting : WKRP
63. Santa ___ : ANA

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