New York Times, Saturday, June 24, 1995

Author: Bob & Sharon Klahn
Editor: Will Shortz
Bob Klahn
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1.57011
Sharon Klahn
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1000101
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1.67000

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 31 Missing: {FQXZ} This is puzzle # 13 for Mr. Klahn. This is puzzle # 2 for Ms. Klahn. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1995, The New York Times
Across Down
1. N.F.L. perfect-season coach : SHULA
6. Magnum effort : OPUS
10. Venomous varmint : ASP
13. Toughening (up) : TONING
15. One of Orson’s exes : RITA
16. Kind of camera, briefly : SLR
17. Subject of this puzzle, born 6/24/1895 : JACKDEMPSEY
19. Hotfoot it : HIE
20. Early film star Charles _____ : OGLE
21. Capital of Okinawa : NAHA
22. Coasts : SLEDS
24. How some see : EYETOEYE
26. Sushi chef’s needs : KNIVES
27. On the fritz : OUT
28. Lincoln, for one : UNIONIST
30. Humorist Shriner : WIL
33. Stubborn : CUSSED
35. Precollege : ELHI
36. Spider woman : ARACHNE
38. Half a Faulkner title : ABSALOM
40. Disquiet : ROIL
41. Stinger : NETTLE
43. “Concentration” pronoun : EWE
44. Native : INDIGENE
46. Jeep, e.g.: Abbr. : ATV
48. Buffer, in a way : SHAMMY
49. Fast in the water : ANCHORED
54. Whence the phrase “They shall reap the whirlwind” : HOSEA
55. Expedition : TREK
56. Kaneohe event : LUAU
57. Joseph Lincoln book “Cap’n _____” : ERI
58. 17-Across dethroned him on 7/14/19 : JESSWILLARD
61. 60’s turn-on : LSD
62. Chekhov lady : OLGA
63. First woman to swim the English Channel : EDERLE
64. “I’m Sorry” singer : LEE
65. Director Martin : RITT
66. Gettysburg general George : SYKES
1. Missouri city, locally : STJOE
2. Grinder : HOAGY
3. Creon, to Antigone : UNCLE
4. Almost, in dialect : LIKETO
5. Bonding agent : AND
6. Stravinsky-Balanchine ballet : ORPHEUS
7. Council of _____, 1409 : PISA
8. _____ Pass, near Pikes Peak : UTE
9. Refuses : SAYSNO
10. Thomas Wolfe’s birthplace : ASHEVILLE
11. Travelogoue, perhaps : SLIDESHOW
12. Deadline for some : PRESSTIME
14. He dethroned 17-Across on 9/23/26 : GENETUNNEY
18. Conditional word : MAY
23. Tax form part : LINEA
25. Smart remark? : OUCH
26. First alias of 17-Across : KIDBLACKIE
29. Trig : NEAT
30. Sherman assertion : WARISHELL
31. Locomotive : IRONHORSE
32. Saved : LAIDASIDE
34. Surveyed : SEEN
37. Region : CLIME
39. Cabot Cove’s Dr. _____ Hazlitt : SETH
42. Afflicts : TEARSAT
45. Key of Haydn’s “Surprise Symphony” : GMAJOR
47. Barrage : VOLLEY
50. Just in or out : NEW
51. “Uhuru” author Robert : RUARK
52. “G.E. College Bowl” host : EARLE
53. Dandies : DUDES
55. Air Force NCO : TSGT
59. Clockmaker Terry : ELI
60. Mormons, initially : LDS

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