New York Times, Thursday, August 6, 1998

Author: Fran and Lou Sabin
Editor: Will Shortz
Fran Sabin
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 34 Missing: {GQVXZ} This is puzzle # 19 for Ms. Sabin. This is puzzle # 123 for Mr. Sabin. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1998, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Haydn's sobriquet : PAPA
5. Dimwit : SIMP
9. Fearful future : DOOM
13. Fine things : ARTS
14. Unwelcome work : ONUS
15. Fry a little : SAUTE
16. Stirs (up) : PEPS
17. Town in west Texas : FTSTOCKTON
19. Atelier accessories : PALETTES
21. Like prisoners on gallows : NOOSED
22. Join : ENROL
23. Rocker Joan : JETT
24. Pummel : BEATON
26. Kitsch : BADTASTE
30. Underdog's hope : UPSET
31. 1960's Air Force Chief of Staff : LEMAY
32. La lead-in : TRA
33. Bandy words : SPAR
34. New York's ___ Island : CONEY
35. Skitter : FLIT
36. Tenth anniversary gift : TIN
37. Produces : SIRES
38. Steak ___ : DIANE
39. Sequester : SETAPART
41. "The Voyage of the Beagle" writer : DARWIN
42. Colt coddler : MARE
43. Justice Ruth ___ Ginsburg : BADER
44. Succeed (to) : ASCEND
47. Abjure : FORSWEAR
50. It was first climbed in 1913 : MTMCKINLEY
52. Grimm beginning : ONCE
53. Exclamations of disdain : POOHS
54. Sling : HURL
55. Cuatro doubled : OCHO
56. Playing with a full deck : SANE
57. With a discount of : LESS
58. Two Scottish rivers : DEES
1. New York Shakespeare Festival founder : PAPP
2. Field : AREA
3. New Jersey town on Manasquan Inlet : PTPLEASANT
4. Yes man : ASSENTER
5. Infatuated with : SOFTON
6. Chip giant : INTEL
7. Disarray : MUSS
8. L.A. hours : PST
9. Sitting Bull, e.g. : DAKOTA
10. Election losers : OUTS
11. Nebraska City's county : OTOE
12. Put right : MEND
15. Enterprise officer, informally : SCOTTY
18. Eventually : ONEDAY
20. Betting event : TROT
23. "Daisy Miller" author : JAMES
24. Sculptures : BUSTS
25. "Silas Marner" girl : EPPIE
26. "John Brown's Body" poet : BENET
27. Thousand Islands locale : STLAWRENCE
28. Singer Lopez : TRINI
29. Corroded : EATEN
31. "M" star : LORRE
34. Poet/critic John : CIARDI
35. It may come in cords : FIREWOOD
37. Punishes, in a way : SPANKS
38. A & W alternative : DADS
40. "Cocoon" co-star : AMECHE
41. Pop singer Hall and others : DARYLS
43. Transvaal settlers : BOERS
44. Roadies' loads : AMPS
45. Classical colonnade : STOA
46. "Follow me!" : CMON
47. Where there's smoke : FLUE
48. Workout woe : ACHE
49. Vintage vehicles : REOS
51. Art Ross Trophy org. : NHL

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