New York Times, Friday, September 9, 1994

Author: Bob Klahn
Editor: Will Shortz
Bob Klahn
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JX} This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. Klahn. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1994, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Apple competitor : IBM
4. Gambler Holliday : DOC
7. Fifth-century pope : STLEO
12. Green : VERDANT
14. The "S" in T.S. Eliot : STEARNS
16. Men of La Mancha : SENORES
17. Farmer's tipcart : TUMBREL
18. Cartridge type : POPIN
19. Aviatrix, for short : WAF
20. Point of no return? : ACE
21. Hidden theme of this puzzle : SEVENDWARFS
24. Last word of "Finnegans Wake" : THE
25. Make an appeal : PRAY
26. White House monogram : HST
27. Outfit : EQUIP
29. Make an appeal : ASK
30. Miners' sch. : UTEP
32. Out of sorts : GRUMPY
33. Friend of 21-Across : SNOWWHITE
35. Affected by pollen : SNEEZY
38. "Clan of the Cave Bear" heroine : AYLA
39. Chosen number? : FEW
42. Anwar's successor : HOSNI
43. Pickpocket : DIP
44. Slangy hello : HIYA
45. New York eng. sch. : RPI
46. Like 33-Across's apple : POISONLADEN
50. Suffix meaning "small one" : ULA
51. Pack animal? : RAT
52. Laid-back : TYPEB
53. Quick to blush : BASHFUL
56. London barrister : TEMPLAR
58. Game officials : SCORERS
59. Making out : ESPYING
60. Hot time in Chile : ENERO
61. Umpteen's ordinal? : NTH
62. Green lights : OKS
1. Hosp. hookups : IVS
2. Doctors often carry them : BEEPERS
3. Franciscus TV drama of the 60's : MRNOVAK
4. "Dream Lover" singer : DARIN
5. With no letup : ONEND
6. Price abbr. : CTS
7. Material : STUFF
8. Pro follower : TEM
9. Dog, for short : LAB
10. Proof goof : ERRATUM
11. Minimal ante : ONECHIP
13. A bit obtuse : DOPEY
14. Maze word : START
15. Droopy-eyed : SLEEPY
19. Corset result, perhaps : WASPWAIST
21. Where fat cats get thin : SPA
22. "I'm glad that's over!" : WHEW
23. Sealy rival : SERTA
28. N.H.-Vt. neighbor : QUE
30. Open : UNZIP
31. Whirligig : TOY
32. Actor Gerard : GIL
33. Boxer's title, briefly : SEN
34. Short shot? : HYPO
35. Daphne and hazel : SHRUBS
36. It's like home? : NOPLACE
37. Bomber Boomer : ESIASON
39. Beethoven's only opera : FIDELIO
40. Sight saver? : EYEBANK
41. Peaked : WAN
43. Cockpit display : DIALS
44. Mrs. Rockefeller : HAPPY
47. Former capital of Bolivia : ORURO
48. Underground event : NTEST
49. _____ gland : LYMPH
54. It ended in 1806: Abbr. : HRE
55. Two or go follower : FER
56. X : TEN
57. Football linemen: Abbr. : RGS

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