New York Times, Saturday, July 5, 1997

Author: Rich Norris
Editor: Will Shortz
Rich Norris
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 37 Missing: {JX} This is puzzle # 61 for Mr. Norris. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1997, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Tolerate : STANDFOR
9. Food item introduced in 1968 : BIGMAC
15. Trifling : PICAYUNE
16. Some computer keys : ARROWS
17. Got to : ACCESSED
18. Fairy tale heroine : GRETEL
19. Bygone theaters : RKOS
20. Andrew Carnegie and Alexander Graham Bell, by birth : SCOTS
22. Chip maker : WISE
23. 50's Reds star, familiarly : KLU
24. Some time in Toledo : ANO
25. Words to remember : VOW
26. Let use : LENT
28. Uses a coaster, perhaps : SLEDS
30. Tournament match : SEMI
31. Summerlike : ESTIVAL
33. Transfers, for a limited time, at law : DEMISES
35. Minimal measure : MIL
36. Kind of order : GAG
37. Handled easily, with "through" : BREEZED
41. Add more staff than : OUTHIRE
45. Split : REND
46. Big name in little books : MILNE
48. Crime-fighters, for short : TMEN
49. Summer clock setting: Abbr. : EDT
50. Tank : VAT
51. Bolt, perhaps : EAT
52. Ballantine and others : ALES
54. Many churchgoers: Abbr. : CATHS
56. Island named for a figure in Hindu myth : BALI
57. Unwelcome end, with "the" : KIBOSH
59. Greek : HELLENIC
61. Spread, as hay : UNBALE
62. Balance : EQUALIZE
63. Glimpse : PEEKAT
64. Having furrows : STRIATED
1. Vivacity : SPARKLE
2. "That ___!" : TICKLES
3. Rendering : ACCOUNT
4. Dundee denials : NAES
5. Bad: Prefix : DYS
6. Bother : FUSS
7. Detainee's privilege : ONECALL
8. Newly appointed : REDONE
9. Catches : BAGS
10. Sale abbr. : IRR
11. Snowballed : GREW
12. Columbo concerns : MOTIVES
13. Beyond rad : AWESOME
14. "Perelandra" novelist : CSLEWIS
21. Thelma of "The Maltese Falcon," 1931 : TODD
27. Like many tests : TIMED
28. "The Crucible" setting : SALEM
29. Transition : SEGUE
30. Spectacle : SIGHT
32. Relative of "i.e." : VIZ
34. Tangle : MAT
37. Split : BREAKUP
38. Mark for cancellation : REDLINE
39. Town on Lake Victoria : ENTEBBE
40. Battle, e.g. : DIVA
41. Secretly : ONTHEQT
42. "Don't play with me!" : IMEANIT
43. Net : REALIZE
44. Drew : ENTICED
47. Carpentry tools : LATHES
53. Tarry in a tub : SOAK
54. Jazzman Baker : CHET
55. Score line : SLUR
56. Shannon's coach : BELA
58. 1974 abduction grp. : SLA
60. My ___ : LAI

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