New York Times, Monday, July 25, 1994

Author: Albert J. Klaus
Editor: Will Shortz
Albert J. Klaus
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQUZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 117 for Mr. Klaus. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1994, The New York Times
Across Down
1. "Woe is me!" : ALAS
5. Inn, informally : BANDB
10. Dollop : GLOB
14. Frolic : ROMP
15. Title holder : OWNER
16. Burl's ex : LONI
17. Jai _____ : ALAI
18. Former auto executive : LEEIACOCCA
20. Two-pointers : BASKETS
22. Differs : VARIES
23. Saucer occupants, for short : ETS
24. Mozart's "_____ fan tutte" : COSI
25. Ball girl : BELLE
28. Vacation spot : SPA
30. "Jerusalem Delivered" poet : TASSO
34. Border lake : ERIE
35. Car in a procession : HEARSE
37. Spring mo. : APR
38. West Point salutatorian, 1829 : ROBERTEDWARDLEE
41. Language ending : ESE
42. Off course : ASTRAY
43. City two hours south of Lillehammer : OSLO
44. Spreads the word : TELLS
46. Bit of voodoo : HEX
47. Grueling tests : ORALS
48. Sword with a guard : EPEE
50. Louis Freeh's org. : FBI
51. Rubbed : CHAFED
54. Ascendant : ARISING
58. Two-time U.S. Open golf champion : LEETREVINO
61. Kind of shark : LOAN
62. Suffix with buck : AROO
63. Pentax rival : NIKON
64. Sicilian rumbler : ETNA
65. Poet Robert _____ Warren : PENN
66. Exhausted : SPENT
67. Sunup direction : EAST
1. Bedouin : ARAB
2. She gets what she wants : LOLA
3. Amo, _____, amat : AMAS
4. Modern film maker : SPIKELEE
5. Leaves in a hurry : BOLTS
6. Wows : AWES
7. Jet's heading : NNE
8. Mercury and Jupiter, e.g. : DEI
9. "Well done!" : BRAVO
10. Actress DeHaven : GLORIA
11. Places : LOCI
12. _____ over lightly : ONCE
13. Kind of crime : BIAS
19. Mobile unit? : CASTER
21. Season of I'annee : ETE
24. Polish producer : CARWAX
25. Cap : BERET
26. Having an irregular edge : EROSE
27. Defame : LIBEL
28. Boil : SEETHE
29. Military chaplain : PADRE
31. Hot sauce : SALSA
32. Word with cold or breathing : SPELL
33. Chocolate snacks : OREOS
35. Elevations: Abbr. : HTS
36. Remark : SAY
39. Hardly one with a lilting voice : RASPER
40. Neoprimitive American artist : DORISLEE
45. Unextinguished : LEFTON
47. Kimono sash : OBI
49. Paradises : EDENS
50. Weather line : FRONT
51. Keep time manually : CLAP
52. "You are _____" : HERE
53. Ages and ages : AEON
54. Soon : ANON
55. Ninth Greek letter : IOTA
56. Actress Woods and others : NANS
57. Pest : GNAT
59. One who gets special treatment : VIP
60. W.W. II hero : IKE

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