New York Times, Monday, June 27, 2011

Author: Joseph Samulak
Editor: Will Shortz
Joseph Samulak
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {FJQVZ} This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Samulak. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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1. Betty of comics : BOOP
5. Manufacture : MAKE
9. ___ liberales (studies at universidades) : ARTES
14. Car whose logo has four rings : AUDI
15. Forearm bone : ULNA
16. Parasite : LEECH
17. Che Guevara or Lady Gaga : ICON
18. Desserts akin to cobblers : PIES
19. Allan-___ (Robin Hood compadre) : ADALE
20. 1990s runnings of the Bulls? : THREEPEATS
23. Practice boxing : SPAR
24. General tendency : TREND
25. Manufacture : CREATE
27. Kids' vehicles on tracks : GOKARTS
30. Loud, as a crowd : AROAR
31. Manual's intended reader : USER
32. Excellent, in dated slang : PHAT
33. ___-la-la : TRA
36. Word after ginger or brown : ALE
37. Homemade music compilation ... or a hint to the circled letters : MIXTAPE
40. Charged particle : ION
41. Implement you might wring : MOP
42. "You have no ___!" : IDEA
43. Leftover part : REST
44. Sandwiches that may have sour cream and salsa : TACOS
46. Wakens : AROUSES
49. Queen who financed Columbus, to the Spanish : ISABEL
51. Crazy as ___ : ALOON
52. Bawls : SOBS
53. Some gymwear : SWEATPANTS
58. Cutting-edge technology? : LASER
60. Aide: Abbr. : ASST
61. "Hold your horses!" : WAIT
62. Honor ___ thieves : AMONG
63. Harness for oxen : YOKE
64. Where sailors go : ASEA
65. After-dinner candies : MINTS
66. Bridge : SPAN
67. Ball material for a cat : YARN
1. Worms and such, to a fisherman : BAIT
2. "That hurt!" : OUCH
3. Stench : ODOR
4. Application to improve a batter's grip : PINETAR
5. Bert or Ernie : MUPPET
6. Martians and Venusians : ALIENS
7. Work, as dough : KNEAD
8. Direction after Near, Middle or Far : EAST
9. Chicken ___ king : ALA
10. One end of the Suez Canal : REDSEA
11. Groups battling big government : TEAPARTIES
12. Brilliance : ECLAT
13. ___ Khan ("The Jungle Book" tiger) : SHERE
21. Mess up : ERR
22. Leftover part : SCRAP
26. Memorization : ROTE
27. U.S. territory in W.W. II fighting : GUAM
28. Norway's capital : OSLO
29. Watch : KEEPTABSON
30. "Eureka!" : AHA
32. School open house organizer: Abbr. : PTA
34. Kennedy matriarch : ROSE
35. Tidbits for aardvarks : ANTS
37. Runners in lab mazes : MICE
38. Winners of some televised singing competitions : IDOLS
39. Deletes, with "out" : XES
43. Escape : RUNAWAY
45. Not present : ABSENT
46. "Sarah Palin's ___" of 2010-11 TV : ALASKA
47. No-good : ROTTEN
48. Alley-___ : OOP
49. Ayatollah's faith : ISLAM
50. "Me too!" : SOAMI
51. "The Fox and the Grapes" storyteller : AESOP
54. House ___ and Means Committee : WAYS
55. Cape Canaveral org. : NASA
56. Level : TIER
57. Kyle and Kenny's friend on "South Park" : STAN
59. Some N.F.L. linemen : RGS

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