BASEBALL AT THE MOVIES

New York Times, Sunday, August 13, 1995

Author: Nancy Salomon
Editor: Will Shortz
Nancy Salomon
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 79 Missing: {JQXZ} This is the debut puzzle for Ms. Salomon. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1995, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Duel tool : EPEE
5. Plant bristle : ARISTA
11. 24-hr. service : ATM
14. Barbarians : GOTHS
19. Big bargain : DEAL
20. One of a religious trio : CASPAR
21. Revolutionary name : CHE
22. Outlying, in a way : RURAL
23. Powerful pitcher? (1975) : STRIKEFORCE
25. Runabout : CAR
26. "_____ to bury Caesar..." : ICOME
27. "...lamp _____ my feet" : UNTO
28. Dull and dreary : FLAT
29. Attempting to score? (1978) : COMINGHOME
31. "_____ the loneliest number" : ONEIS
32. Song : LAY
33. Rugged ridge : ARETE
34. Punch : PEP
35. Pageant title : MISS
36. Dig : GET
37. Finishes a flight : LANDS
39. Players : GAMERS
42. Veteran slugger comes out of retirement? (1992) : BATMANRETURNS
45. "Any _____?" : TAKERS
46. Anesthetic : GAS
47. "Baked in _____" (nursery rhyme phrase) : APIE
48. Smelly : FETID
49. Plant anew : RESOW
52. Medicine cabinet item : FLOSS
53. Opposite sides : ENEMIES
56. Gymnastics coach Karolyi : BELA
57. Unassisted : ALONE
58. Ump's strange calls? (1984) : ODDBALLS
60. _____ it all : ABOVE
62. Swimmer's path : LANE
63. Lifesaver, maybe : RAFT
65. Stews : OLIOS
66. High pop-up? (1972) : SUPERFLY
68. Terrific : BOFFO
69. Shoot in the foot? : LAME
70. Chinese flower : TEAROSE
71. Author Bates et al. : ARLOS
72. Final word : SAYSO
74. Not absorbed : BORED
75. Court plea, briefly : NOLO
76. Earth covering : SOD
77. Soldier's lodging : BILLET
79. Defensive woes? (1967) : DOUBLETROUBLE
85. "Gunsmoke" star : ARNESS
86. Ocean : BRINY
87. "She loves me _____" : NOT
88. Medical prefix : NEUR
89. Like the O.G.P.U. : SOV
90. "Pudd'nhead Wilson" writer : TWAIN
92. What's more : AND
93. There's nothing like this, in song : ADAME
94. Batter's new strategy? (1984) : SWINGSHIFT
97. Plug up : CLOG
98. Impolite remark : BARB
99. 1948 Tommy Dorsey hit : UNTIL
100. Supermodel Carol : ALT
101. Base runner's shining moment? (1949) : THEBIGSTEAL
104. Reagan Cabinet member : MEESE
105. Begin, with "off" : TEE
106. Apollo site : HARLEM
107. So : ERGO
108. One of the Foys : EDDIE
109. Tack on : ADD
110. Zoo showoffs : OTTERS
111. Brit. mil. awards : DSOS
1. Co. founded by Perot : EDS
2. Funnel-shaped flower : PETUNIA
3. Sincere : EARNEST
4. Snobbery : ELITISM
5. Hotshot : ACE
6. Give-away emcees : RAFFLERS
7. Fence off : ISOLATE
8. Fine mist : SPRAY
9. White lie, perhaps : TACT
10. A verb for you : ARE
11. Grants : ACCORDS
12. Parliamentary prospect : THAMES
13. Kind of scholarship : MERIT
14. Lively person : GRIG
15. Response to a jerk? : OUCH
16. Ticket dispenser : TROOPER
17. Hits the nail on the head : HAMMERS
18. Reposes : SLEEPS
24. Wallops : KOS
29. Film festival site : CANNES
30. Vetoed : NEGATED
31. Govt. book balancers : OMB
36. Plague, with "at" : GNAW
37. "Evita" Tony winner : LUPONE
38. Proceed (from) : ARISE
40. Like the arms in exercise class, at times : AKIMBO
41. Toward the center : MEDIALLY
43. Gone by : AGO
44. Draw pile, in cards : TALON
45. Take care of : TENDTO
48. Invests with land, in olden times : FEOFFS
49. Shoot down : REBUT
50. Have wedding bells sans wedding bills : ELOPE
51. Not yet completely lost : SAVEABLE
52. Whipped : FLAYED
54. Inventor Howe : ELIAS
55. Replay feature : SLOMO
56. Many college grads : BAS
57. Ready : ALLSET
59. Vane dir. : SSE
61. Flynn and others : ERROLS
63. Elapse, as years : ROLLBY
64. "What _____ Believes" (Doobie Brothers hit) : AFOOL
67. Woodlands : FORESTS
68. Journalist Heywood : BROUN
71. Consecrate : ANOINT
72. Lot : SORT
73. Hornet's nest : ADO
76. More stuffy : STODGIER
77. Sautéed : BROWNED
78. On the guest list : INVITED
79. Lacked purpose : DRIFTED
80. Exalt : ENNOBLE
81. Like some ancient manuscripts : UNDATED
82. Some check payees : BEARERS
83. Back pain : LUMBAGO
84. Afore : ERE
85. Take on : ASSUME
86. Saved, with "out" : BAILED
91. "_____ way to go!" : WHATA
92. All-points bulletin : ALERT
93. Sit-ups tighten them : ABS
95. Decree _____ (legal term) : NISI
96. Euphoria : GLEE
97. Heart-to-heart : CHAT
101. In spite of, in short : THO
102. Baseball execs : GMS
103. Article for Cervantes : LOS

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