New York Times, Friday, July 4, 2008

Author: John Underwood
Editor: Will Shortz
John Underwood
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {BQX} Spans: 2 Grid has repeated answers This is puzzle # 13 for Mr. Underwood. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Designer known for his "American look" : ELLIS
6. Cruel one : OGRE
10. It might include hot dogs and baked beans : MENU
14. Freeload : MOOCH
15. Wile E. Coyote or the Road Runner : TOON
16. "Three Places in New England" composer : IVES
17. Go-getter : MOVER
18. Org. offering college scholarships : ROTC
19. "Bye-bye!" : TATA
20. 1916 work by 28-Across : AMERICAFIRST
23. Thurman of "Dangerous Liaisons" : UMA
24. Greenwich Village campus inits. : NYU
25. Blue : SAD
28. Subject of this puzzle : JOHNPHILIPSOUSA
34. Writer LeShan : EDA
35. When doubled, a book by Gauguin : NOA
36. Locale for some Gauguin art : TAHITI
37. Defeat : WORST
40. Middle of a patriotic cheer : USA
42. "We didn't do it!" : NOTUS
43. Like some designs : INLAID
45. Trauma sites, for short : ERS
47. Sport ___ : UTE
48. Title subject of a 28-Across work : STARSANDSTRIPES
52. Cupcake : HON
53. ___-Magnon : CRO
54. N.R.C. predecessor : AEC
55. Sobriquet for 28-Across : THEMARCHKING
61. Items for Rambos : UZIS
64. Ames Research Center org. : NASA
65. Broadcaster : AIRER
66. ___ vaccine : SALK
67. Anita who sang "Is You Is or Is You Ain't My Baby" : ODAY
68. Where Hercules slew the lion : NEMEA
69. Mimics mockingly : APES
70. Sugar amts. : TSPS
71. May gift recipients : GRADS
1. Austen's Woodhouse : EMMA
2. Tower : LOOM
3. It is "resistless in battle," wrote Sophocles : LOVE
4. Spring river breakup : ICERUN
5. Small fry : SHRIMP
6. Barbara Kingsolver's "___ América" : OTRA
7. Slip : GOOF
8. Spiral pasta : ROTINI
9. Make secret, in a way : ENCRYPT
10. Ball catcher : MITT
11. "Die Meistersinger" heroine : EVA
12. Volleyball need : NET
13. Start of a patriotic cheer : USA
21. Sammy the lyricist : CAHN
22. Sontag who wrote "In America" : SUSAN
25. Get into uniform : SUITUP
26. Shrewd : ASTUTE
27. Ceremonial sites : DAISES
28. Like some delis : JEWISH
29. Teeth: Prefix : ODONTO
30. Supreme Court justice Stone : HARLAN
31. Chit : IOU
32. Beamed intensely : LASED
33. "Well, looky here!" : OHO
38. Fraternal patriotic org. : SAR
39. Former CBS chief : TISCH
41. Poetica opening : ARS
44. Be afraid to : DARENOT
46. Opposite of legato: Abbr. : STAC
49. Tent dwellers, maybe : NOMADS
50. Put back on display, in a way : REHANG
51. More gross : ICKIER
55. Clucking sounds : TSKS
56. Without dawdling : ASAP
57. They may be caught on a beach : RAYS
58. "Garfield" waitress : IRMA
59. Want : NEED
60. Pâté de fois ___ : GRAS
61. End of a patriotic cheer : USA
62. Get rid of : ZAP
63. Nouvelle-Calédonie, e.g. : ILE

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