New York Times, Monday, September 4, 1995

Author: Richard Thomas
Editor: Will Shortz
Richard Thomas
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQX} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 4 for Mr. Thomas. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Mrs. F. Scott Fitzgerald : ZELDA
6. Three-legged ____ : RACE
10. Laud loudly : RAVE
14. Bubbling, as hot water : ABOIL
15. Panache : ELAN
16. Elderly : AGED
17. British runner : LABOURCANDIDATE
20. Gigantic : ENORMOUS
21. The Wizard of Menlo Park : EDISON
22. "...____ any drop to drink": Coleridge : NOR
23. Blowout : GALA
24. Northern Canadian body of water : GREATSLAVELAKE
31. Urbane : SUAVE
32. Polo shirt brand : IZOD
33. Prattle : GAB
34. Smog : HAZE
35. Track athlete : MILER
37. Jack of "Dragnet" : WEBB
38. Lowest bill : ONE
39. Zola tale : NANA
40. Trivial Pursuit's ____ Edition : GENUS
41. Entrepreneur's funds : WORKINGCAPITAL
45. "And Then There Were ____" : NONE
46. Charged particle : ION
47. Photog's flash : STROBE
50. Overconfidence : SMUGNESS
55. Victor Hugo novel, with "The" : TOILERSOFTHESEA
57. Show biz star : IDOL
58. Resort near Venice : LIDO
59. Taken ____ (surprised) : ABACK
60. Putrefies : ROTS
61. Sophomore, e.g. : YEAR
62. Cheese nibbler : MOUSE
1. 40's boxer Tony : ZALE
2. Noted Israeli diplomat : EBAN
3. Western wolf : LOBO
4. Designer Christian : DIOR
5. Wellesley grads : ALUMNAE
6. Happens again : RECURS
7. "What a shame!" : ALAS
8. Dismiss, in slang : CAN
9. Attempt : ENDEAVOR
10. Tire type : RADIAL
11. "It's ____!" ("Groovy!") : AGAS
12. Presidential no : VETO
13. Nirvana : EDEN
18. Plant anchor : ROOT
19. Waited around : IDLED
23. Steady look : GAZE
24. Organic fertilizer : GUANO
25. Home wrecker : RAZER
26. Genesis lady : EVE
27. Spring bloom : LILAC
28. Gemini rocket stage : AGENA
29. Afghan capital : KABUL
30. Recedes : EBBS
31. Third place at Belmont : SHOW
35. Courteous : MANNERLY
36. "Bus Stop" playwright : INGE
37. Anti-Prohibition : WET
39. Weeper of myth : NIOBE
40. Summery fabric : GINGHAM
42. Gentle hills : KNOLLS
43. Set one's sights on : AIMFOR
44. Be sullen : POUT
47. Commotion : STIR
48. Commotion : TODO
49. Haymarket Square happening : RIOT
50. Fountain drink : SODA
51. Biblical summit Mt. ____ : NEBO
52. Jacob's twin : ESAU
53. Jiffies : SECS
54. Japanese tipple : SAKE
56. "Sprechen ____ Deutsch?" : SIE

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