New York Times, Monday, September 16, 1996

Author: R. J. Hartman
Editor: Will Shortz
Randall J. Hartman
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {QVZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 10 for Mr. Hartman. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1996, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Boxer's pokes : JABS
5. Hammond book : ATLAS
10. "Dragnet" star : WEBB
14. Norway's capital : OSLO
15. Mutt : POOCH
16. Film director Kazan : ELIA
17. "Let's get outta here!" : HEADFORTHEHILLS
20. Catch, as a criminal : NAB
21. Spots in the Seine, for instance : ILES
22. Grad student exams : ORALS
23. Moray : EEL
24. Dull blow : THUD
26. Kentucky Derby : RUNFORTHEROSES
33. Goes it alone : SOLOS
34. Merits : EARNS
35. ___ kwon do (martial art) : TAE
36. The triple in a triple play : OUTS
37. "L'Etranger" novelist : CAMUS
38. Groucho or Zeppo : MARX
39. Neighbor of Syr. : ISR
40. Perry Mason stories : CASES
41. Stout : BURLY
42. Outlaw's order, in a western : REACHFORTHESKY
45. Mortgage : LIEN
46. Gobbled up : ATE
47. Hearing-related : AURAL
50. Kiln for drying hops : OAST
52. Winter bug : FLU
55. Show patriotic respect : STANDFORTHEFLAG
59. London's Hyde, e.g. : PARK
60. ___ brulee (French custard) : CREME
61. Banister : RAIL
62. "One-hoss" vehicle : SHAY
63. Made dove sounds : COOED
64. Memorial Day race, informally : INDY
1. First name of four Presidents : JOHN
2. On the briny : ASEA
3. Tell all : BLAB
4. Yard square : SOD
5. Moon-landing program : APOLLO
6. Hightailed it : TORE
7. Plenty : LOTS
8. Alas, in Augsburg : ACH
9. "___ Cried" (1962 hit) : SHE
10. Nut : WEIRDO
11. Scat queen Fitzgerald : ELLA
12. Invoice : BILL
13. Paul McCartney's instrument : BASS
18. Feudal estates : FIEFS
19. A doctor keeps them : HOURS
23. Son of Seth : ENOS
24. Rocket engine force : THRUST
25. Roosters' mates : HENS
26. Wake up : ROUSE
27. The "U" of UHF : ULTRA
28. Why's answer : REASON
29. Circus performer : TAMER
30. Bare : STARK
31. Ahead of schedule : EARLY
32. Alluring : SEXY
33. "Bon ___" (good evening, abroad) : SOIR
37. Eatery : CAFE
38. Calliope, e.g. : MUSE
40. Kid : CHILD
41. Singer Midler : BETTE
43. Making hitting sounds, as a engine : CLANKY
44. Chopped up : HASHED
47. Horned vipers : ASPS
48. Home of Brigham Young : UTAH
49. ___ avis : RARA
50. Sandwich cookie : OREO
51. "Look ___ (I'm in Love)" : ATME
52. Custard tart : FLAN
53. Set down : LAID
54. "The ___ American" : UGLY
56. ABC and CBS regulator : FCC
57. Spanish gold : ORO
58. Thur.'s follower : FRI

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