New York Times, Tuesday, September 5, 1995

Author: Jonathan Schmatzbach
Editor: Will Shortz
Jonathan Schmalzbach
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 42 Missing: {JQVXZ} This is puzzle # 15 for Mr. Schmalzbach. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1995, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Potassium ____ (astringent) : ALUM
5. Ruse : FLAM
9. Revue segment : SKIT
13. Period of penitence : LENT
14. 1992 Literature Nobelist ____ Walcott : DEREK
16. Anent : INRE
17. New Year's figure : FATHERTIME
19. Capital of Togo : LOME
20. Sinatra's "I'm ____ to Want You" : AFOOL
21. "Israel in the World" author : ABBAEBAN
23. Evict : OUST
26. Merit : EARN
27. Guardian of the comics : DADDYWARBUCKS
32. #4 of the Bruins : ORR
33. Baseball's Slaughter : ENOS
34. River ducks : TEALS
36. Ogler : EYER
38. Curvy letters : ESSES
41. Bad mood : SNIT
42. Vegas casino : DUNES
44. Jai ____ : ALAI
46. Baseball club V.I.P.s: Abbr. : GMS
47. Literary sobriquet : PAPAHEMINGWAY
51. Important periods : ERAS
52. Room, to Ricardo : SALA
53. Max Ernst, Man Ray, Hans Arp et al. : DADAISTS
57. Advanced exams : ORALS
61. Licorice or sassafras : ROOT
62. Balzac character : PEREGORIOT
65. Cash for cards : ANTE
66. Argument : SETTO
67. Sandusky's lake : ERIE
68. ____ off (miffed) : TEED
69. Sail support : MAST
70. Machine-gun bunker : NEST
1. "A" in radio lingo : ALFA
2. Page (through) : LEAF
3. "Do ____ others..." : UNTO
4. Volcanic peak in Ore. : MTHOOD
5. T.E.D. opponent : FDR
6. Lease : LET
7. Met solo : ARIA
8. "The ____ of the Wedding" (McCullers novel) : MEMBER
9. Muzzles : SILENCES
10. Door handle : KNOB
11. "The Joy of Cooking" author Rombauer : IRMA
12. Highschooler : TEEN
15. Skewered meal : KEBAB
18. Escape capture by : ELUDE
22. In ____ (stagnant) : ARUT
24. Since, New Year's Eve-style : SYNE
25. Couples : TWOS
27. Evaporate : DRYUP
28. Boxing locale : ARENA
29. Silk-making region : ASSAM
30. Jumpy Milne character : KANGA
31. Offensively vile : SLIMY
32. Brit. lexicon : OED
35. Avenues: Abbr. : STS
37. Echoed : REPEATED
39. Yale Bowl hosts : ELIS
40. Capital of Yemen : SANA
43. Indian wear : SARI
45. Nome home : IGLOO
48. Hinged fasteners : HASPS
49. Regard highly : ESTEEM
50. Chief Justice Earl : WARREN
53. "Fudge!" : DRAT
54. Top-drawer : AONE
55. Show fondness : DOTE
56. Mlle.'s neighbor : SRTA
58. Suffix with billion : AIRE
59. Maxwell of 007 films : LOIS
60. Undo a dele : STET
63. French connections? : ETS
64. Received : GOT

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