New York Times, Friday, June 29, 2007

Author: Mike Nothnagel
Editor: Will Shortz
Mike Nothnagel
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 34 Missing: {V} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 11 for Mr. Nothnagel. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2007, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Sitcom character with a leather jacket that's now in the Smithsonian : THEFONZ
8. The New Yorker cartoonist William : STEIG
13. Taxing preinitiation period : HELLWEEK
15. Childish retort : ARENOT
17. Have no dinner companions : EATALONE
18. Make : RENDER
19. They're numbered in golf : IRONS
20. Fasten firmly : INFIX
22. Prefix with lateral : ISO
23. One prepared for church: Abbr. : SER
24. Quintillionth: Prefix : ATTO
25. Thai currency : BAHT
26. 2004 Brad Pitt film : TROY
28. Agitate : CHURN
30. Scream : RIOT
31. Felicitous : APT
33. 1974 Chicago hit : CALLONME
35. 2002 sci-fi role for Hayden Christensen : ANAKINSKYWALKER
39. Teacher's request of a publisher : DESKCOPY
40. Capitol Records owner : EMI
41. Dancer Limón : JOSE
42. Moves laboriously : WADES
44. New York Cosmos' sports org. : NASL
48. Linear, briefly : ONED
49. Send a high-tech message : TEXT
50. Kind of season : FLU
51. They, to Thérèse : ILS
52. Classic arcade game character who hopped around a pyramid : QBERT
54. "David ___" (1934 Will Rogers film) : HARUM
56. Seat of Hillsborough County, N.H. : NASHUA
58. Nintendo game with exercises for mental acuity : BRAINAGE
60. Treats similar to Mallomars : SMORES
61. Local election campaign staple : YARDSIGN
62. Basketball defense : PRESS
63. Some shorts : SPEEDOS
1. Believer : THEIST
2. One catching some waves? : HEARER
3. California air station where Nixon landed after resigning in 1974 : ELTORO
4. Glazed dessert : FLAN
5. Mouse catchers : OWLS
6. Latin leader? : NEO
7. Crown : ZENITH
8. Garment worn over a choli : SARI
9. Bygone carnivore : TREX
10. "I should ___ die with pity": King Lear : EEN
11. Drawing medium : INDIAINK
12. Ends one's travels : GOESHOME
14. Omaha and Spokane were once in it : KENTUCKYDERBY
16. Competitor in a harness : TROTTER
21. Initial venture : FORAY
24. Ad directive : ACTNOW
25. Player of Dr. Kiley on "Marcus Welby, M.D." : BROLIN
27. Ran on and on : YAKKED
29. Giants are in it: Abbr. : NLWEST
32. Snap : PIC
34. Flight : LAM
35. Makes contact with : ADJOINS
36. Glower? : NEONLAMP
37. One with a taxing job : ASSESSOR
38. Avalanche : SPATE
43. Hollywood crowd? : EXTRAS
45. Not stout : AFRAID
46. Ernie Bushmiller comics character : SLUGGO
47. Light measures : LUMENS
52. Survey part: Abbr. : QUES
53. Follower of the bottom line? : BASS
54. Screen : HIDE
55. "As I Lay Dying" character : ANSE
57. It ended when Francis II abdicated: Abbr. : HRE
59. Ernst contemporary : ARP

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