New York Times, Saturday, July 19, 1997

Author: Robert H. Wolfe
Editor: Will Shortz
Robert H. Wolfe
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 31 Missing: {QXZ} This is puzzle # 32 for Mr. Wolfe. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1997, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Detention sites : STALAGS
8. Banter : JOSHING
15. Spanish beans : PESETAS
16. Post, e.g. : AVIATOR
17. Super Bowl XV champs : RAIDERS
18. Words before attention or arms : CALLSTO
19. Banks of Chicago : ERNIE
20. Dairy : MILKFARM
21. Words of explanation in spelling : ASIN
22. Certain students' wear : ETONS
24. [all of a sudden!] : BAM
25. Roseanne's TV hubby : DAN
26. First president of the German republic, 1919 : EBERT
27. English poet Nicholas : MOORE
29. Sauna : STEAMBATH
31. Thus far : ASYET
32. Naval inits. : HMS
33. Charlton's 1956 co-star : YUL
34. Longtime Olympics sportscaster : MCKAY
37. Made way (for) : MOVEDOVER
43. Black-and-white set : CHESS
44. Deserted : ALONE
45. Long ___ : AGO
46. Midmost: Abbr. : CEN
47. Gobs : SLEWS
48. Foot of a food chain : ALGA
49. Attacks : LAYSINTO
52. Abscind : SEVER
53. Untenably positioned : UPATREE
54. Without money changing hands : INTRADE
56. Dubs over : RENAMES
57. Brutus, e.g. : TRAITOR
58. Catch : ENSNARE
59. Relatives of 10-Down : SATEENS
1. Bookies' concerns : SPREADS
2. Claws : TEARSAT
3. Brainless : ASININE
4. Warmly welcomed, as a guest : LEDIN
5. To ___ (how a golfer wants to perform?) : ATEE
6. House ext. : GAR
7. Object of S.D.S. protest : SSS
8. Reddish-orange : JACINTH
9. Some windows : OVALS
10. Worm product : SILK
11. Kennedy item : HALF
12. Birth announcement : ITSABOY
13. Well-done : NOTRARE
14. Eyelet : GROMMET
20. Mad magazine cartoonist Drucker : MORT
22. Falls off : EBBS
23. This is popular in spots : TEA
26. Daytime ___ : EMMYS
27. Sitcom set in Tuckahoe, N.Y. : MAUDE
28. Where marathoner Grete Waitz was born : OSLO
30. Words teachers like to hear : AHAS
33. Thirsts : YENS
34. "The Virginian" actor : MCCLURE
35. Devalue : CHEAPEN
36. Richard Leakey and others : KENYANS
37. Bluish-gray cat : MALTESE
38. Cooking staple : OLEO
39. Word : VOW
40. Having flow controls : VALVATE
41. Pushed : EGGEDON
42. Leo and others : ROARERS
47. Insinuative remark : SNEER
48. Lookout point : AERIE
50. Cartoonist Drake : STAN
51. Actress Seigel of "Fernwood 2-Night" : IRMA
52. "Now!" : STAT
54. W. C. Fields film "___ a Gift" : ITS
55. Important 1930's inits. : NRA

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