New York Times, Thursday, June 9, 2005

Author: David J. Kahn
Editor: Will Shortz
David J. Kahn
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {QZ} Spans: 3 This is puzzle # 112 for Mr. Kahn. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Push hard : RAM
4. Olympic sport since 1964 : JUDO
8. Forgo : PASSUP
14. Cooler in the summer : ICEWATER
16. Paris's Arc de Triomphe de l'___ : ETOILE
17. Components of 38-Across : MUSICALSYLLABLES
19. Flower holder : STALK
20. Sow what? : OATS
21. Pro : VET
22. Plant with a chewable leaf : COCA
25. River in Dante's "Inferno" : LETHE
27. "Got it" : AHSO
30. Arab leader: Var. : AMEER
32. Oil field? : ART
34. North Sea tributary : DEE
35. Pearl Buck heroine : OLAN
36. Actress/host Tyler : AISHA
38. Piano exercise for beginners : DOREMIFASOLLATIDOTILASOLFAMIREDO
42. 1930's V.P. John ___ Garner : NANCE
43. Travel : WEND
44. Make it : TAG
45. Use a shuttle : TAT
46. Butter up? : BASTE
48. Goals of some candidates, for short : PHDS
49. Wheel of a spur : ROWEL
51. Christiania, now : OSLO
53. ___ chi : TAI
55. Take : HAUL
57. Band together : UNITE
61. Possible title for this puzzle : SCALINGUPANDDOWN
65. When many shops open : ATNINE
66. Regressed : BACKSLID
67. Talked like Vito Corleone : RASPED
68. Ones who are all broken up : EXES
69. Ave. intersectors : STS
1. Optician's display : RIMS
2. ___ above : ACUT
3. Arizona spring training site : MESA
4. Tabloid nickname : JACKO
5. Acting legend Hagen : UTA
6. One of the original 13: Abbr. : DEL
7. About : ORSO
8. Snowball thrower : PELTER
9. "It's about time!" : ATLAST
10. Have a bawl : SOB
11. Paul Revere, for one : SILVERSMITH
12. Title beekeeper in a 1997 film : ULEE
13. Little brother, maybe : PEST
15. Astronaut's answer : WILCO
18. Home of the Peabody Museum of Natural History : YALE
23. ___ lily : CALLA
24. Master with strings : AMATI
26. City near the cave of Elijah : HAIFA
27. Codicil, e.g. : ADDON
28. When this happened : HEREAT
29. Clergy students : SEMINARIANS
31. Supports, in a way : ENDOWS
33. Series of online posts : THREAD
35. "___ Mio" : OSOLE
36. Comparable in years : ASOLD
37. Lead ___ life : ADOGS
39. De ___ : FACTO
40. Fasten on : TIETO
41. Keglers' places : LANES
46. Hit on the head : BEANED
47. Chug follower : ALUG
48. Aquaculturists' locales : PONDS
50. Kvetch : WHINE
52. Blockheads : LUNKS
53. Peter, for one : TSAR
54. Recorded events : ACTA
56. Garage job : LUBE
58. Types with fat recording contracts : IDOLS
59. Blockhead : TWIT
60. They may be split : ENDS
62. Collagen target : LIP
63. Opposite of bellum : PAX
64. Whiz : ACE

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