New York Times, Tuesday, August 4, 1998

Author: Janet R. Bender
Editor: Will Shortz
Janet R. Bender
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQX} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 13 for Ms. Bender. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1998, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Swiss peaks : ALPS
5. Sea that's really a lake : ARAL
9. Morley of CBS : SAFER
14. Tip seller : TOUT
15. Paying passenger : FARE
16. Florida city : OCALA
17. Poe writing : TALE
18. Washington suburb : CHEVYCHASE
20. Mythical strongman : ATLAS
22. Family girl : NIECE
23. A few coins, in slang : CHUMPCHANGE
26. Tempe sch. : ASU
29. Cool, once : HEP
30. Mil. address : APO
31. Botanist Mendel : GREGOR
33. Perfumes : AROMAS
36. Like higher-priced beef : LEAN
37. You can't enjoy this if you've lost your marbles : CHINESECHECKERS
42. Ages and ages : AEON
43. Dorm room staple : STEREO
44. Crackpot : MANIAC
47. Was first : LED
48. Ring org. : WBA
51. Martians and such : ETS
52. Detective with a large family : CHARLIECHAN
56. Check (out) : SCOPE
57. Sturm und ___ : DRANG
58. Dog restraint : CHOKECHAIN
63. Choir voice : ALTO
64. Poisoned, for instance : DIDIN
65. Wee, in brief : ITSY
66. Ardor : ZEAL
67. All tuckered out : SPENT
68. Female V.I.P. : DAME
69. Humorist Bombeck : ERMA
1. Glue (to) : ATTACH
2. Detest : LOATHE
3. Pilot's maneuver : PULLUP
4. Kind of cleaning : STEAM
5. Steelers' org. : AFC
6. Stadium cheer : RAH
7. Venue for 48-Across : ARENA
8. "Deathtrap" playwright : LEVIN
9. World Cup game : SOCCER
10. Pine (for) : ACHE
11. Org. that keeps an eye on pilots : FAA
12. Golfer Ernie : ELS
13. Actress ___ Dawn Chong : RAE
19. Safecracker : YEGG
21. Bowler's feat : SPARE
24. Naval noncoms : CPOS
25. Realtors' sales : HOMES
26. Pulitzer winner James : AGEE
27. Catch the wind under one's wings : SOAR
28. Cemetery sights : URNS
32. Nevada county or its seat : ELKO
33. Years, to Caesar : ANNI
34. Do something : ACT
35. Beach souvenir : SHELL
37. Arrived : CAME
38. Greenhouse effect? : HEAT
39. Physics particles : IONS
40. "...___ saw Elba" : EREI
41. Gave up : CEDED
45. One way to identify a foreigner : ACCENT
46. Fudge ingredient: Abbr. : CHOC
48. Capt. Ahab or his ship : WHALER
49. Big name in paperback publishing : BANTAM
50. Neighbor of Zambia : ANGOLA
53. Plant pest : APHID
54. Gaucho's rope : REATA
55. Mania : CRAZE
56. Trapper's offering : SKIN
58. Modern records : CDS
59. Turning point? : HIP
60. Keats's "___ to Psyche" : ODE
61. Political subject : ISM
62. "Bill ___, The Science Guy" : NYE

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