New York Times, Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Author: Samuel A. Donaldson
Editor: Will Shortz
Samuel A. Donaldson
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 35 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 12 for Mr. Donaldson. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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Across Down
1. Org. founded by Dr. Nathan Smith Davis : AMA
4. Rig part : CAB
7. Orbital high point : APOGEE
13. Minnesota neighbor : MANITOBA
16. Triple-A ball and such : MINORS
17. Downloaded the new version, say : UPGRADED
18. Last Oldsmobiles made : ALEROS
19. Department store superevent : CLEARANCESALE
21. Russell of "Felicity" : KERI
22. Component of some bills : TAX
23. Brett on the gridiron : FAVRE
26. Went out with : SAW
29. Reflexologist's place : SPA
31. Items thrown in Three Stooges shorts : PIES
32. Like photographable copy : CAMERAREADY
37. E.P.A.-banned substance : DDT
38. "So that's it!" : OHO
39. Words from Wordsworth : ODE
40. Italian III : TRE
41. Big stink : ADO
42. Title for King or Jackson: Abbr. : REV
43. Part of a stack at a bank : DEPOSITSLIP
46. Settled up : PAID
48. Smidge : DAB
49. More, musically : PIU
50. Floor it : SPEED
52. Early second-century year : CVI
54. Richie's mom, to the Fonz : MRSC
58. "These allegations are completely false!," e.g. : BLANKETDENIAL
62. Three-time title role for Matt Damon : BOURNE
64. Zimbabwe, once : RHODESIA
65. Reassuring postaccident remark : IMFINE
66. Mall cop's job ... or a word that can precede the starts of 19-, 32-, 43- and 58-Across : SECURITY
67. Hoofing it : ONFOOT
68. "Yikes!" : EEK
69. Primes, e.g.: Abbr. : NOS
1. In a frenzy : AMUCK
2. Bat wood : MAPLE
3. Management course topic : ANGER
4. Musical ending : CODA
5. Has ___ for (is naturally skilled at) : ABENT
6. Extreme form, as of an illness : BADCASE
7. Second of a Latin 101 trio : AMAS
8. Rice dish : PILAF
9. 400 meters, maybe : ONELAP
10. "1876" novelist : GOREVIDAL
11. Ranch addition? : ERO
12. Slalom figure : ESS
14. Bluffer's declaration : IRAISE
15. Roofer's material : TAR
20. Some Yanks in Paris, e.g. : EXPATS
24. ___-wip (dessert topping) : REDDI
25. Bar, legally : ESTOP
27. Youngest 600-homer man, informally : AROD
28. Got one's feet wet? : WADED
30. Sopping wet : ADRIP
32. U.S.M.C. part : CORPS
33. Oodles : AHEAP
34. Cinephile : MOVIEBUFF
35. Prepare to fly home from vacation, say : REPACK
36. Himalayan legend : YETI
44. "Heads," to a numismatist : OBVERSE
45. Gordon ___ (Sting's real name) : SUMNER
47. Texas border city : DELRIO
51. "Hawaii Five-O" nickname : DANNO
53. "... ___ wed" : ITHEE
55. "Mr. Mojo ___" (repeated Doors lyric) : RISIN
56. Japanese colonel in "The Bridge on the River Kwai" : SAITO
57. Potters' supplies : CLAYS
59. Classic depilatory brand : NEET
60. Tie up at harbor : DOCK
61. End of a professor's address? : EDU
62. Obit, essentially : BIO
63. Every, in an Rx : OMN

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