Fred Piscop
Fred Piscop

NY Times, Sun, Jul 07, 2002 DIAGRAMLESS

Author:Fred Piscop
Editor:Will Shortz
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© 2002, The New York Times
Across Down
1. College in New Rochelle, N.Y. : IONA
5. Shelter org. : SPCA
9. Queen ___ lace : ANNES
10. Rib-tickler : HOOT
11. Dizzy Gillespie's music : BOP
14. Start of a John Wayne quote : LIFEISTOUGH
16. K-12, educationally speaking : ELHI
17. Be suspicious : SMELLARAT
18. W.W. II Pacific battle site : OKINAWA
21. N.R.C. predecessor : AEC
22. Euro competitor: Abbr. : DOL
23. With 58-Across, movie source of the quote : SANDSOF
24. Aquarium fish : TETRA
27. Pricing word : PER
29. Mend again : RESEW
30. Na+, e.g. : ION
31. "Potemkin" locale : ODESSA
34. They sometimes swing : MOODS
36. 1966 Brando/Redford film : THECHASE
41. Quote, part 2 : BUTITSTOUGHERIF
44. Self-assured sort : ASSERTER
45. Crocus and saffron, botanically : IRIDS
46. Makes rhapsodic : ELATES
49. Sugar suffix : OSE
50. Lilted syllables : TRALA
54. NBC show since 1975: Abbr. : SNL
55. Newsroom spots : DESKS
58. See 23-Across : IWOJIMA
60. Engine part : CAM
62. Infant's cry : WAH
63. Erase a magnetic field from : DEGAUSS
64. Sample some food : TAKEABITE
67. Look like Groucho : LEER
68. End of the quote : YOURESTUPID
70. N.Y.C. summer setting : EDT
71. Jacket buildup : LINT
72. "Bonne ___!" (French wish) : ANNEE
73. Pond organism : ALGA
74. Tipplers : SOTS
1. Like some laughs : INFECTIOUS
2. Like Nash's lama : ONEL
3. Diamond of note : NEIL
4. Syrian strongman : ASSAD
5. Sailed into shallow water : SHOALED
6. Wear a puss : POUT
7. Minor player : COG
8. Partner of Aramis : ATHOS
9. Actress Anouk : AIMEE
11. Ho-hum : BLASE
12. "Far out, man!" : OHWOW
13. "La Vie en Rose" singer : PIAF
14. Future J.D.'s obstacle : LSAT
15. Spherical opening? : TROPO
16. Some gridders : ENDS
19. Capital before Islamabad : KARACHI
20. Suffix with elephant : INE
25. Parts of words : ROOTS
26. MacDowell of "sex, lies and videotape" : ANDIE
28. Comebacks : RETORTS
32. Fats Domino's "___ Rah" : SHU
33. Part: Abbr. : SEG
34. Future exec.'s goal : MBA
35. Mill spots : STREAMS
37. Biblical villain : HEROD
38. Greet the day : ARISE
39. Hits, but not squarely : SIDESWIPES
40. Letters before gees : EFS
42. Arch city: Abbr. : STL
43. Oolong, e.g. : TEA
47. Microsoft's encyclopedia : ENCARTA
48. Quench : SLAKE
50. Nast lampooned him : TWEED
51. Classic wordsmith : ROGET
52. Open a crack : AJAR
53. Actress Lucy : LIU
56. Couric of "Today" : KATIE
57. Place for a hoe : SHED
58. Just sitting : IDLE
59. Safe havens : ASYLA
61. Southwestern sights : MESAS
64. Mao Tse-___ : TUNG
65. Periodic table fig. : ATNO
66. Batter's choice : BUNT
69. Saudi riches : OIL
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