New York Times, Wednesday, April 16, 1997

Author: Brendan Emmett Quigley
Editor: Will Shortz
Brendan Emmett Quigley
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {FJXYZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 6 for Mr. Quigley. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Screamer's necessity : LUNGS
6. Manhandle : PAW
9. "Peer Gynt" dramatist : IBSEN
14. "Otello," e.g. : OPERA
15. ___ mode : ALA
16. It makes quite a bang : NITRO
17. Sound of old floorboards : CREAK
18. When Guy Fawkes Day is celebrated: Abbr. : NOV
19. It may be static : CLING
20. Cult Canadian comedy troupe, with "The" : KIDSINTHEHALL
23. Operates : USES
24. Tara family : OHARAS
25. Flood stage : EBB
28. ___ Xing (sign) : PED
29. "The Gold Bug" author : POE
30. Need air conditioning : SWELTER
32. 60's war capital : HANOI
34. Boy or girl lead-in : ATTA
35. 1869 Twain novel, with "The" : INNOCENTSABROAD
41. Season of peace : NOEL
42. Move stealthily : SKULK
43. Provided for, as a widow : DOWERED
47. N.Y.C. clock setting : EDT
48. Liq. measures : QTS
51. Gives the green light : OKS
52. Of service : USABLE
54. Untouched : PURE
55. 1934 Lillian Hellman play, with "The" : CHILDRENSHOUR
58. Genius : BRAIN
60. Hood's gun : GAT
61. Item on a pole : TOTEM
62. Plane seating choice : AISLE
63. Charlottesville sch. : UVA
64. And ___ grow on : ONETO
65. Gibson, e.g. : ACTOR
66. Gibson, e.g. : MEL
67. Victim of a 1955 coup : PERON
1. Poky : LOCKUP
2. Revolt : UPRISE
3. Had to have : NEEDED
4. Not Astroturf : GRASS
5. H. H. Munro, pseudonymically : SAKI
6. Roman temple : PANTHEON
7. 56-Down salutation : ALOHA
8. Isn't decisive : WAVERS
9. If : INCASE
10. Unwelcome mail : BILL
11. Heel style : STILETTO
12. Sea bird : ERN
13. Yule serving : NOG
21. Peter of Herman's Hermits : NOONE
22. Hem's partner : HAW
26. Home video format : BETA
27. Carpenter's nail : BRAD
29. Campaign money source : PAC
31. Harmless prank : LARK
32. Reason for darning : HOLE
33. "___ De-Lovely" : ITS
35. Prefix with Chinese : INDO
36. Cranny's partner : NOOK
37. 10:00 program : NEWSCAST
38. Bony : SKELETAL
39. "Homage to Clio" poet : AUDEN
40. Diner sandwich : BLT
44. Spoiler : RUINER
45. Immigrant's study, for short : ESL
46. Cotton-pickin' : DADGUM
48. Citer : QUOTER
49. Loyally following : TRUETO
50. Address of St. Patrick's Cathedral? : SERMON
53. Plucky : BRAVE
54. Drop a dime, so to speak : PHONE
56. See 7-Down : HILO
57. Call it a day : STOP
58. Farm call : BAA
59. Rock's Ocasek : RIC

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