New York Times, Monday, September 17, 2007

Author: Sarah Keller
Editor: Will Shortz
Sarah Keller
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 40 Missing: {FJQZ} This is puzzle # 41 for Ms. Keller. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2007, The New York Times
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1. With 68-Across, bell ringer : AVON
5. Doing nothing : IDLE
9. Speechify : ORATE
14. Fashion designer Rabanne : PACO
15. Vehicle on tracks : TRAM
16. Pugilist : BOXER
17. No. on a bank statement : ACCT
18. Grotto : CAVE
19. Material for Elvis's blue shoes : SUEDE
20. Bell ringer : CHURCHWARDEN
23. "California, ___ Come" : HEREI
24. Spouse's meek agreement : YESDEAR
28. See 52-Across : ELS
29. Cy Young Award winner Blue : VIDA
33. Home that may have a live-in butler : ESTATE
34. Less certain : DICIER
36. Archaeological site : RUIN
37. Bell ringer : PERCUSSIONIST
41. Go backpacking : HIKE
42. Inside info for an investor, maybe : HOTTIP
43. Sheep's cries : BLEATS
46. Unskilled laborer : PEON
47. Ordinal suffix : ETH
50. Kids' game involving an unwanted card : OLDMAID
52. With 28-Across, winner of golf's 1997 U.S. Open : ERNIE
54. Bell ringer : BICYCLERIDER
58. Org. : ASSOC
61. Club that's not a wood : IRON
62. Al or Tipper : GORE
63. Book after Jonah : MICAH
64. Emperor who reputedly fiddled while Rome burned : NERO
65. God of love : EROS
66. "Lord, ___?" (biblical query) : ISITI
67. Pop music's Bee ___ : GEES
68. See 1-Across : LADY
1. Geronimo's tribe : APACHE
2. Poet Lindsay : VACHEL
3. Happens : OCCURS
4. ___ Dame : NOTRE
5. Poison ivy symptom : ITCH
6. Sketch : DRAW
7. ___ lamp (1960s novelty) : LAVA
8. Manicurist's item : EMERY
9. Dwell (on) : OBSESS
10. Point A to point B and back : ROUNDTRIP
11. Firefighter's tool : AXE
12. Slugger Williams : TED
13. "Able was I ___ I saw Elba" : ERE
21. Honda model : CIVIC
22. Joey with the Starliters : DEE
25. Waters, informally : EAUS
26. Going ___ (fighting) : ATIT
27. Stimpy's cartoon pal : REN
30. Post-op spot, for short : ICU
31. One running away with a spoon, in a children's rhyme : DISH
32. Greek fabulist : AESOP
34. Heartthrob : DREAMBOAT
35. Baptism or bar mitzvah : RITE
37. Bit of medicine : PILL
38. Squeezed (out) : EKED
39. Palindromic tribe name : OTO
40. Forty-___ (gold rush participant) : NINER
41. "Curb Your Enthusiasm" airer : HBO
44. Chinese martial art : TAICHI
45. "___ 'em!" : SIC
47. "Bewitched" witch : ENDORA
48. Steering system component : TIEROD
49. Religious dissent : HERESY
51. Faulkner's "As I Lay ___" : DYING
53. Star in Orion : RIGEL
55. Native Canadian : CREE
56. Stories passed down through generations : LORE
57. 1961 space chimp : ENOS
58. Pal in Paris : AMI
59. ___ boom bah : SIS
60. Lab field: Abbr. : SCI

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