New York Times, Tuesday, April 19, 2005

Author: David Bunker
Editor: Will Shortz
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34 Missing: {KX} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. Bunker. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Internet hookup, for many : CABLE
6. Storybook elephant : BABAR
11. Piece worn under a blouse : BRA
14. Martian or Venusian : ALIEN
15. Utensil with many holes : SIEVE
16. Stadium cheer : RAH
17. Arboreal rodent : REDSQUIRREL
19. Spanish eye : OJO
20. Rich-voiced : OROTUND
21. Mine car carrier : TRAMWAY
23. Any of the Great Smokies: Abbr. : MTN
24. News bit : ITEM
26. Washer cycle : SPIN
27. To's partner : FRO
28. "___ making myself clear?" : AMI
30. Aid in crime : ABET
33. Walk leisurely : AMBLE
36. "Later!" : CIAO
37. Bone-dry : SERE
38. 17- and 60-Across and 11- and 35-Down : COLORFULANIMALS
41. PC "brains" : CPUS
42. Lee's men, for short : REBS
43. Bogs down : MIRES
44. Golfer's bagful : TEES
45. Victorian ___ : ERA
46. Rambler mfr. : AMC
47. Telegram : WIRE
49. Highly energetic : GOGO
51. Nutritionist's fig. : RDA
54. Fixes at the cobbler shop : REHEELS
57. Was philanthropic : DIDGOOD
59. One of the Gershwins : IRA
60. Western raptor : GOLDENEAGLE
62. Up to, in ads : TIL
63. Be of use to : AVAIL
64. Mill output : STEEL
65. 26th of 26 : ZEE
66. Like a pool table, ideally : LEVEL
67. Hardly wordy : TERSE
1. Billiards bounce : CAROM
2. Red flag : ALERT
3. Try for, at auction : BIDON
4. For fear that : LEST
5. The National ___ (tabloid) : ENQUIRER
6. Other half of a hit 45 : BSIDE
7. Make public : AIR
8. Ernie's Muppet pal : BERT
9. Strong dislike : AVERSION
10. Pass again, in a race : RELAP
11. Grizzly, e.g. : BROWNBEAR
12. Indian prince : RAJA
13. Sailor's hail : AHOY
18. "Do ___ others …" : UNTO
22. Full of foul vapors : MIASMIC
25. Postal carrier's tote : MAILBAG
27. One of the Bobbseys : FLOSSIE
29. "Serpico" author Peter : MAAS
31. Writer ___ Stanley Gardner : ERLE
32. "___ of the D'Urbervilles" : TESS
33. Depositor's holding: Abbr. : ACCT
34. Act gloomy : MOPE
35. Earth's largest mammal : BLUEWHALE
36. Prompt giver : CUER
39. 1960's mantra : FREELOVE
40. Full of oneself : IMMODEST
46. Opposed to, in dialect : AGIN
48. Kingly : REGAL
50. Children's author Scott : ODELL
51. Radioer's "Got it!" : ROGER
52. Metes (out) : DOLES
53. Dance partner for Fred : ADELE
54. Cracker brand : RITZ
55. Toledo's lake : ERIE
56. Serb or Croat : SLAV
58. Stadium receipts : GATE
61. Become extinct : DIE

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