New York Times, Thursday, September 21, 1995

Author: Chuck Deodene
Editor: Will Shortz
Chuck Deodene
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQXZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 11 for Mr. Deodene. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Reggae artist Peter : TOSH
5. Beer belly : GUT
8. Accumulate : AMASS
13. Play's opener : ACTI
14. Catch in a way : ROPE
15. ____ face (reversal) : VOLTE
16. Ferenc Molnár play : THEGLASSSLIPPER
19. Macadam binder : ASPHALT
20. Harbor town : SEAPORT
21. Pitchwoman ____ Lenska : RULA
22. Cellular phone co. : GTE
23. Dream-fulfilling benefactor : FAIRYGODMOTHER
30. Home of Oral Roberts University : TULSA
31. Prickly ____ : PEAR
32. German speed skater ____ Jens Mey : UWE
33. Eastern Amerind : ERIE
34. It's a wrap : SARAN
36. Waterless : ARID
37. Throng : MOB
38. Any chapter of the Koran : SURA
39. Black Bears' home : ORONO
40. Ideal beau : PRINCECHARMING
44. Galoot : OAF
45. Pacific goose : NENE
46. Down-and-outer's milieu : SKIDROW
50. Made a tea cozy, perhaps : KNITTED
54. Rags-to-riches tale : CINDERELLASTORY
56. Paid to play : ANTED
57. Carol : NOEL
58. Stravinsky ballet : AGON
59. Temperamental : MOODY
60. Syllable of reproach : TUT
61. Manuscript encl. : SASE
1. "Later, Jeeves" : TATA
2. Newspaper publisher Adolph : OCHS
3. Tread : STEP
4. Skyscraper : HIGHRISE
5. Attend sans date : GOSTAG
6. Increases : UPS
7. Poet Gallagher : TESS
8. Flier : AVIATOR
9. Tyke : MOPPET
10. Pet food brand : ALPO
11. Suffix with road or speed : STER
12. Spanish painter José Maria : SERT
14. Comeback : RALLY
17. Author ____ Ingalls Wilder : LAURA
18. Errand runner : LEGMAN
23. Hubbub : FUROR
24. Defense witness, perhaps : ALIBI
25. Afternoon TV name : OPRAH
26. LSD seizer : DEA
27. Ontario tribe : HURON
28. Jock or J.R. : EWING
29. Overhaul : REDO
30. Agency worker, for short : TEMP
34. Seek, as damages : SUEFOR
35. Rainbow : ARC
36. Operatic bits : ARIETTAS
38. ____ cat (coward) : SCAREDY
39. It meant all to Caesar : OMNIS
41. Signaled assent : NODDED
42. Short sock : ANKLET
43. Kidney-related : RENAL
46. Con : SCAM
47. Movie theater, in Europe : KINO
48. Sondheim's "____ the Woods" : INTO
49. Departed : WENT
51. "Animal House" wear : TOGA
52. Sexual love : EROS
53. Force unit : DYNE
55. Mr. Costello : LOU

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