New York Times, Wednesday, April 3, 2002

Author: Fred Piscop
Editor: Will Shortz
Fred Piscop
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 85 for Mr. Piscop. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. ___ C. Dobbs, noted Humphrey Bogart role : FRED
5. Hearty cheers : OLES
9. More cheerful : GAYER
14. Letterhead graphic : LOGO
15. Turkish dough : LIRA
16. "The Canterbury Tales" pilgrim : REEVE
17. Brother of Little Joe : ADAM
18. Dubya and classmates : ELIS
19. Reo contemporary : ESSEX
20. Marxist patronage of the far left? : RADICALCHICO
23. Trap : ENSNARE
24. Apartment prohibition, maybe : NOPETS
28. Wrigley Field flora : IVY
29. Prohibitionist's foe : WET
31. Quick trip : SPIN
32. Dove's goal : PEACE
35. Begot : SIRED
37. "Am ___ believe ...?" : ITO
38. Marxist Muppet? : OSCARTHEGROUCHO
41. Sport ___ (modern vehicle) : UTE
42. They "all" have a day : SOULS
43. Get-go : ONSET
44. Snitched : TOLD
46. McCarthy target : RED
47. Much spam : ADS
48. Radioman's nickname : SPARKS
50. It may prove paternity : DNATEST
54. Marxist wind instrument? : AEOLIANHARPO
57. Sound of an empty stomach : GROWL
60. Sister of Charles and Andrew : ANNE
61. Born's partner : BRED
62. "Jurassic Park" star Sam : NEILL
63. Machu Picchu native : INCA
64. "Damn Yankees" vamp : LOLA
65. ___-walsy : PALSY
66. Season of giving : NOEL
67. 60's TV's ___ May Clampett : ELLY
1. Boater's S O S : FLARE
2. Tokyo trasher, in a 1956 film : RODAN
3. "Good grief!" : EGADS
4. West Indian nation : DOMINICA
5. Fabled cow owner : OLEARY
6. De Gaulle's birthplace : LILLE
7. Writer Hoffer : ERIC
8. Merit badge spot : SASH
9. ___-Roman : GRECO
10. "___ Fables" : AESOPS
11. "You bet!" : YES
12. Early evictee : EVE
13. Mardi Gras figure : REX
21. Spelunkers : CAVERS
22. Part of ICBM : INTER
25. "Cast-of- thousands" films : EPICS
26. Tenth part : TITHE
27. Uppity sort : SNOOT
29. Handle skillfully : WIELD
30. Joule fractions : ERGS
32. Broods : POUTS
33. Bar, at the bar : ESTOP
34. Amtrak's bullet train : ACELA
35. "Leaving Las Vegas" actress : SHUE
36. Part of "De Camptown Races" refrain : DOODAH
39. Bit of statuary : TORSO
40. Like nitroglycerin : UNSTABLE
45. Talks Dixie-style : DRAWLS
47. Temper, as metal : ANNEAL
49. Clown Emmett : KELLY
50. Cut a rug : DANCE
51. Flynn who played Robin Hood : ERROL
52. Magic effect : SPELL
53. Now : TODAY
55. Reclined : LAIN
56. ___ uncertain terms : INNO
57. Econ. measure : GNP
58. "Citizen X" actor, 1995 : REA
59. Wildcatter's find : OIL

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