New York Times, Friday, December 3, 1993

Author: Bill Click
Editor: Will Shortz
Bill Click
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34 Missing: {JQX} Spans: 5 This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Click. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1993, The New York Times
Across Down
1. 1975 Wimbledon champ : ASHE
5. _____ nova : BOSSA
10. High-ranking NCO : MSGT
14. Oscar winner for "Moonstruck" : CHER
15. Sit up for : AWAIT
16. Ron Howard TV role : OPIE
17. lrving Berlin song : MARRYINGFORLOVE
20. Woolgatherer? : EWE
21. Winter forecast : SLEET
22. Sioux Indians : OTOES
23. "Gimme a G ...," e.g. : CHEER
25. Org. : ASSN
26. Word in Amtrak's slogan : ABOARD
28. N.H.L legend Gordie : HOWE
30. Wide's partner : FAR
33. "La Boheme" role : MIMI
34. Louisiana inlet : BAYOU
35. One in France : UNE
36. Andrews Sisters hit : BEERBARRELPOLKA
40. Speaker's pauses : ERS
41. Writer Cecil of "The Straight Dope" : ADAMS
42. _____ me tangere : NOLI
43. Q followers : RST
44. Strength, in Variety talk : LEGS
45. Favor : PREFER
47. Confused thoughts : HAZE
49. Secretaries may file these : NAILS
50. Alpha's opposite : OMEGA
52. Unified : ASONE
54. Profit by : USE
57. Andrew Lloyd Webber song, with "The" : MUSICOFTHENIGHT
60. Astound : STUN
61. Chisholm, e.g. : TRAIL
62. Tense : TAUT
63. 1/17/94 honoree : KING
64. First-year law school class : TORTS
65. "Rule, Britannia" composer : ARNE
1. Highest point : ACME
2. "Pygmalion" author : SHAW
3. Beatles recording : HERECOMESTHESUN
4. Goof : ERR
5. Tried to save a sinking ship? : BAILED
6. Steinbrenner, to the Yankees : OWNER
7. Wise seasoning? : SAGE
8. Search (through) : SIFT
9. From _____ Z : ATO
10. Loses feathers : MOLTS
11. "Mary Poppins" tune, with "A" : SPOONFULOFSUGAR
12. Take's partner : GIVE
13. Golfers' gadgets : TEES
18. River in Belgium : YSER
19. Revolted : ROSEUP
24. "Aquarius" musical : HAIR
25. Gone, but not forgotten? : AWOL
26. Dinosaur DNA preserver : AMBER
27. Coffin stands : BIERS
28. Injures : HARMS
29. Court cry : OYES
31. "Twisted" body part : ANKLE
32. Broadcast anew : REAIR
34. Boast : BRAG
37. "The Human Comedy" author : BALZAC
38. "Zip_____-Doo-Dah" : ADEE
39. Like Nash's "lama" : ONEL
45. Juries : PANELS
46. Nothing: Fr. : RIEN
48. Ripening : AGING
49. Like a pitcher's perfect game : NOHIT
50. Siberian city : OMSK
51. Conductor Riccardo : MUTI
52. 60's hair style : AFRO
53. Asterisk : STAR
55. Avoid : SHUN
56. Cigar ending : ETTE
58. Giant Mel : OTT
59. "Make_____ double" : ITA

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