New York Times, Saturday, October 11, 1997

Author: Fred Piscop
Editor: Will Shortz
Fred Piscop
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 34 Missing: {JQY} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 35 for Mr. Piscop. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. For a song : DIRTCHEAP
10. Not listed above : OTHER
15. In need of bleeping : UNAIRABLE
16. TV exec Arledge : ROONE
17. Hole-positioning device : CENTERBIT
18. Supply with fresh troops : REMAN
19. Many lounge combos : TRIOS
20. Cain raiser : EVE
21. San ___ : REMO
22. Directional suffix : ERN
23. A.A.A. recommendation : RTE
24. Bum : BORROW
26. Lose acuity : DOTE
28. Midwest Indians : OSAGES
30. Tea server : URN
31. Patek Philippe competitor : ROLEX
33. Puts in order : NEATENS
35. Like a victim of calumny : SLANDERED
37. Jack Kerouac, e.g. : BEATNIK
39. "I ___ it" : DOUBT
42. Shipping abbr. : FOB
43. Amplified : ONMIKE
45. Scares : COWS
47. "Entertaining Mr. ___" (Orton play) : SLOANE
49. Dietary oil source : COD
50. Book before Esth. : NEH
51. Whisper : HINT
52. Barely get, with "out" : EKE
53. Daytime Emmy actress Rena : SOFER
55. Province west of Madrid : AVILA
57. Make straight : LINEARIZE
59. Puerto ___ : RICAN
60. Responded disrespectfully : SNICKERED
61. Out : PASSE
62. Kitchen gadgets : EGGTIMERS
1. Channeled : DUCTED
2. By mistake : INERROR
3. Met : RANINTO
4. Former leader of the nonaligned movement : TITO
5. Street: Abbr. : CRES
6. Laugh syllable : HAR
7. Campy's field : EBBETS
8. Spirited : ALIVEANDKICKING
9. "Our Gang" pooch : PETE
10. Three-time Hart Trophy winner : ORR
11. It's human : TOERR
12. Great success, so to speak : HOMERUN
13. Makes spoony : ENAMORS
14. Celebrity : RENOWN
23. 1987 Steve Martin film : ROXANNE
24. Like a mountain goat : BEARDED
25. Medical prefix : OSTEO
27. Opera heroine who sings "Einsam in trüben Tagen" : ELSA
29. "I hadn't thought of that" : GEE
32. First name in rock : ELTON
34. Cabinet dept. : EDUC
36. Game with matchsticks : NIM
37. Coffee producer : BOLIVIA
38. Much-debated school subject : EBONICS
40. It may be lit on the Fourth : BONFIRE
41. Plucker's need : TWEEZER
42. Tough key for pianists : FSHARP
44. Original "Star Trek" actor : KOENIG
46. Confetti : SHREDS
48. 50's ICBM : ATLAS
52. Choice word : ELSE
53. "The Chronicles of Clovis" writer : SAKI
54. Utah city : OREM
56. Hydrocarbon suffix : ANE
58. Outer: Prefix : ECT

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