New York Times, Monday, April 28, 2008

Author: Gary Disch
Editor: Will Shortz
Gary Disch
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This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Disch. NYT links: Across Lite

Notepad: 17- and 64-Across and 11- and 34-Down each conceals an article of clothing.
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© 2008, The New York Times
Across Down
1. "Miss America" might be printed on one : SASH
5. Mafia bosses : CAPOS
10. "Ali ___ and the Forty Thieves" : BABA
14. Painterish : ARTY
15. Japanese cartoons : ANIME
16. Grandson of Adam : ENOS
17. Boardinghouse sign : ROOMSTOLET
19. Perched on : ATOP
20. Together : ASONE
21. Canceled : NOGO
22. Goes out in a game of rummy : GINS
23. Katmandu resident : NEPALI
25. Snarled mess : TANGLE
27. Old-time actress Turner : LANA
29. "Chill!" : RELAX
32. Many conundrums have them : PUNS
35. Sneak peek: Var. : PREVUE
39. Suffix with human or organ : ISM
40. Pitcher's stat : ERA
41. Making out ... or a hint to this puzzle's four hidden articles of clothing : NECKING
42. 4:00 drink : TEA
43. Pages that aren't editorial matter : ADS
44. Open, as an envelope : UNSEAL
45. Pod contents : PEAS
46. Perfectly clear : LUCID
48. Some creepy-crawlies : LICE
50. Vinegary : ACETIC
54. Slave : THRALL
58. The "C" in T.L.C. : CARE
60. Openly declare : AVOW
62. Eskimo home : IGLOO
63. ___ Romeo (car) : ALFA
64. Halifax's home : NOVASCOTIA
66. Male-only : STAG
67. El ___, Spanish artist : GRECO
68. Cooking fat : LARD
69. Sharpen, as skills : HONE
70. Church council : SYNOD
71. God of war : ARES
1. Brand of kitchen wrap : SARAN
2. Lifted off the launch pad, e.g. : AROSE
3. Not stand completely erect : STOOP
4. Church songbooks : HYMNALS
5. Purrer : CAT
6. Soon, to poets : ANON
7. Stove light : PILOT
8. Letter after phi, chi, psi : OMEGA
9. Not vacillating about : SETON
10. Snoopy, for one : BEAGLE
11. Favoring common folk : ANTIELITE
12. Great benefit : BOON
13. Nile reptiles : ASPS
18. Emmy-winning Ward : SELA
24. Permanently, as writing : INPEN
26. Tour de France winner LeMond : GREG
28. Rainbow shapes : ARCS
30. Between ports : ASEA
31. Lennon/Ono's "Happy ___ (War Is Over)" : XMAS
32. Sound of laughter : PEAL
33. Language of Lahore : URDU
34. Daytona 500 enthusiast : NASCARFAN
36. ___ out a living : EKE
37. Lab bottle : VIAL
38. Not yet burning : UNLIT
41. Michelangelo's David, e.g. : NUDE
45. Shaded passageway : PERGOLA
47. Time of advancing glaciers : ICEAGE
49. À la mode : CHIC
51. Zesty flavors : TANGS
52. Old piano key material : IVORY
53. Witches' group : COVEN
55. Place to exchange "I do's" : ALTAR
56. Valley known for its chateaux : LOIRE
57. Laundry units : LOADS
58. Bills and coins : CASH
59. Saxophone type : ALTO
61. Texas city on the Brazos : WACO
65. Old prairie home material : SOD

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