New York Times, Tuesday, September 24, 1996

Author: S. Spadaccini
Editor: Will Shortz
Stephanie Spadaccini
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 37 Missing: {FJKQVX} This is puzzle # 17 for Ms. Spadaccini. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. "Our Gang" producer Hal : ROACH
6. Kind of nerve : OPTIC
11. Married : WED
14. Get used (to) : INURE
15. Madrid museum : PRADO
16. "Are you a man ___ mouse?" : ORA
17. Forestry worker? : CEDARSEEDER
19. Stoolie : RAT
20. Queen of Eng. : ELIZ
21. Mine material : ORE
22. "___ Fideles" : ADESTE
24. Tennessee Williams's "The Night of the ___" : IGUANA
27. Old Pontiacs : GTOS
28. Clear as ___ : ABELL
30. Money held by a third party : ESCROW
33. Stage : PHASE
34. French farewell : ADIEU
35. Actress Thurman : UMA
38. Actor Yves : MONTAND
40. Newswoman Norville : DEBORAH
42. Dict. entry : SYN
43. Ruckus : MELEE
45. Sculptures on pedestals : BUSTS
46. Day to wear a bonnet : EASTER
48. The Divine Miss M : BETTE
49. Take apart : UNDO
51. Rodeo entrants : ROPERS
53. Aspirin, e.g. : TABLET
56. Former Rep. Rostenkowski : DAN
57. Word between Friends : THEE
61. "___ monkey's uncle!" : IMA
62. Ocean liners' employees? : CRUISECREWS
65. 100 yrs. : CEN
66. Lacks, in brief : HASNT
67. Some change : DIMES
68. Make sense, with "up" : ADD
69. The end : OMEGA
70. Vice President Agnew : SPIRO
1. "Interview With the Vampire" author Anne : RICE
2. Scott Turow book : ONEL
3. German car maker : AUDI
4. Most zany : CRAZIEST
5. That girl : HER
6. "Pagliacci," for one : OPERA
7. Dressed fussily : PREENED
8. Little bit : TAD
9. Brainstorm : IDEA
10. Big stack of firewood : CORD
11. Least appetizing sausage? : WORSTWURST
12. Muse of poetry : ERATO
13. Palm tree fruits : DATES
18. Aretha Franklin's singing style : SOUL
23. Freudian component : EGO
25. Twinkles : GLEAMS
26. Out of the way : ASIDE
28. "Hey!" on the Hesperus : AHOY
29. Outcast orchestra? : BANNEDBAND
31. Bee follower : CEE
32. Kind of match : RUBBER
33. Brit. leaders : PMS
34. Chicago's ___ Planetarium : ADLER
36. Spouse : MATE
37. Sounds of satisfaction : AHS
39. Trawler's equipment : NET
41. Get the better of : OUTSTRIP
44. Wearing away : ERODING
47. U.S. modem-driven company : AOL
48. Giovanni's "good" : BENE
49. New York city : UTICA
50. Christened : NAMED
52. Macaroni, e.g. : PASTA
54. Reverberate : ECHO
55. 21-Across carrier : TRAM
58. Prefix with sphere : HEMI
59. Pitcher : EWER
60. Bygone oil company : ESSO
63. Exploit : USE
64. Some I.R.A. investments : CDS

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