New York Times, Thursday, April 12, 2001

Author: Jim Page
Editor: Will Shortz
Jim Page
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQV} Spans: 4 This is puzzle # 73 for Mr. Page. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2001, The New York Times
Across Down
1. New York stadium name : ASHE
5. Classic toothpaste : IPANA
10. Vacation spot : ISLE
14. Fish for : SEEK
15. Chopper blade : ROTOR
16. Pad sitter : TOAD
17. With 27- and 47-Across, a philosophy prof's remark : AGREEKSTOICSAID
20. Part of many addresses : POBOX
21. Brenner Pass's region : TYROL
22. Try to open a jar, say : PRY
23. Old Mideast union: Abbr. : UAR
25. With 56-Across, three-time Masters winner : SAM
27. See 17-Across : THATMENSHOULDBE
36. "___ I known!" : HAD
37. Restrain : BATE
38. Knot : SKEIN
39. "Where Do ___?" ("Hair" piece) : IGO
40. "The Sopranos" weapon: Var. : GAROTTE
42. Legal scholar's deg. : LLD
43. Keep an ___ the ground : EARTO
45. Mötley ___ : CRUE
46. It comes at a premium : HBO
47. See 17-Across : FREEFROMPASSION
51. Repeated cry to a vampire : DIE
52. Wasn't brave : RAN
53. Pvt.'s goal? : CPL
56. See 25-Across : SNEAD
60. Merry dos : GALAS
64. Wiseacre's reply to the prof : HEYWHATDOESZENO
67. Russian poet Akhmatova : ANNA
68. Bursts (with) : TEEMS
69. Israel : ZION
70. Crayolalike : WAXY
71. Like ___ (with equal probability) : ASNOT
72. Masculine side : YANG
1. Stamp on an order : ASAP
2. Bell-shaped lily : SEGO
3. Caraway, e.g. : HERB
4. Barely make : EKEOUT
5. Ruffle : IRK
6. Publicize : POST
7. Suspect's demand: Abbr. : ATTY
8. King Hussein's queen : NOOR
9. Melodically : ARIOSO
10. Leonard Bernstein's "___ Love" : ITS
11. Hotel freebie : SOAP
12. Resting place : LAIR
13. Drain sight : EDDY
18. Quiz : EXAM
19. Part of a contract : CLAUSE
24. Singer McEntire : REBA
26. January holiday inits. : MLK
27. Swindler : THIEF
28. Helmeted comics character : HAGAR
29. Love : ADORE
30. Buster? : NARCO
31. Eye site : STORM
32. Atwitter : HETUP
33. City invaded by Tamerlane, 1398 : DELHI
34. "The Hobbit" character : BILBO
35. ___ a high note : ENDON
40. Order in a kids' card game : GOFISH
41. Sympathy evoker : TEAR
44. Poet Hughes : TED
48. Opera's Scotto : RENATA
49. Slumps : SAGS
50. Very stylish : SNAZZY
53. Mouthful : CHAW
54. Three-time Gold Glove winner Tony : PENA
55. Wildcat : LYNX
57. When people take tours in Tours? : ETES
58. Gulf port : ADEN
59. Major-___ : DOMO
61. Film princess : LEIA
62. Soon : ANON
63. It has bars : SONG
65. Knack : WAY
66. "C'___ la vie!" : EST

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