New York Times, Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Author: Lee Glickstein and Craig Kasper
Editor: Will Shortz
Lee Glickstein
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2611/24/20024/1/201022
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60685001
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1.60100
Craig Kasper
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1612/5/199710/21/20075
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43012321
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1.58211

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 40 Missing: {GQ} This is puzzle # 24 for Mr. Glickstein. This is puzzle # 15 for Mr. Kasper. NYT links: Across Lite

Puzzazz
Notepad: The answers to the 13 starred clues have something in common.
JimH notes: They are all Broadway musicals.
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© 2007, The New York Times
Across Down
1. *Stone in Hollywood : OLIVER
7. *Home for Will Rogers and Garth Brooks : OKLAHOMA
15. 1950s All-Star outfielder Minnie : MINOSO
16. *What some unscrupulous e-businesses do? : SPAMALOT
17. Arthurian paradise : AVALON
18. Bejeweled pendant : LAVALIER
19. *Torn : RENT
20. Regatta crew leaders : COXES
21. Govt. code-breaking group : NSA
22. Wish to take back : RUE
23. Song syllable : TRA
25. U.S. mil. medal : DSC
27. Whence the line "A soft answer turneth away wrath" : PROVERBS
31. *Extremely narrow winning margin : HAIR
35. *Kind of club : CABARET
37. Mother of Queen Elizabeth I : ANNE
38. Lingerie shade : ECRU
41. *A Perón : EVITA
42. Mercury model : LYNX
43. TV Dr. of note : PHIL
44. *Student of Dr. Pangloss : CANDIDE
46. *Lover of Radames : AIDA
47. Like some nursery care : NEONATAL
50. Cape Town's country: Abbr. : RSA
53. Oz. and kg. : WTS
54. Washington ballplayer, briefly : NAT
56. Study : DEN
59. Class ___ : CLOWN
62. *Renown : FAME
63. Nullify : OVERRIDE
65. Air ___ : JORDAN
67. *Site of much horsing around? : CAROUSEL
68. Architectural decoration : FRIEZE
69. *Perform ostentatiously : SHOWBOAT
70. *Destiny : KISMET
1. Astrologer Sydney : OMARR
2. Meet, as expectations, with "to" : LIVEUP
3. Goofier : INANER
4. Battery unit : VOLT
5. That, in Tijuana : ESO
6. Friend of Harry and Hermione : RON
7. Capital near the 60th parallel : OSLO
8. 2001 film set in a mental institution : KPAX
9. Washed : LAVED
10. Collect : AMASS
11. Anthropomorphic cinema computer : HAL
12. Lena of "Chocolat" : OLIN
13. Place to which Bart Simpson makes prank calls : MOES
14. Gillette brand : ATRA
20. Dodge on the road : CARAVAN
23. New Deal program, for short : TVA
24. Renaissance instrument : REBEC
26. Home in the Alps : CHALET
28. Eyepiece : OCULAR
29. Curer of feta cheese : BRINE
30. Lay : SETDOWN
32. Even one : ANY
33. Wayfarer's stop : INN
34. King's title : REX
36. Sully : TAINT
38. Clean Air Act org. : EPA
39. The Bears, on scoreboards : CHI
40. Completely free : RID
45. Some "Law & Order" figs. : DAS
48. Ancient garland : ANADEM
49. Kind of class : LAMAZE
51. Cancel : SCRUB
52. ___ Viejo (California city near Laguna Beach) : ALISO
55. Creed element : TENET
56. Medics : DOCS
57. Cole Porter's "Well, Did You ___?" : EVAH
58. "Quo Vadis" role : NERO
60. Old music halls : ODEA
61. Result of a whipping : WELT
62. End-of-wk. times : FRIS
64. Big fight : ROW
65. 1991 film directed by 1-Across : JFK
66. "Either he goes ___ go!" : ORI

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