New York Times, Monday, May 23, 1994

Author: Jonathan Schmatzbach
Editor: Will Shortz
Jonathan Schmalzbach
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 42 Missing: {KQXZ} This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. Schmalzbach. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. "... more than one way to skin _____" : ACAT
5. Supply a party : CATER
10. Beast of burden : ASS
13. Fads : RAGES
15. Speak publicly : ORATE
16. Caltech rival : MIT
17. Cereal "fruit" : CRUNCHBERRY
19. "_____ of these days, Alice ..." : ONE
20. Outdoor : OPENAIR
21. Spiritual punishment : PENANCE
23. Meadow : LEA
24. Jockey Cordero : ANGEL
25. Civil War flash point : HARPERSFERRY
32. Nom de crook : ALIAS
33. Upset : IRED
34. Small dog, for short : POM
37. Split : REND
38. Grew ashen : PALED
40. Coffee, informally : JAVA
41. Hat-room fixture : PEG
42. Salon offering : TINT
43. More painful : SORER
44. U.S. commodore in Japan, 1853-54 : MATTHEWPERRY
47. Letter-shaped metal bar : IBEAM
50. Senor Guevara : CHE
51. Lovebirds' destination, maybe : NIAGARA
54. Paul of "Casablanca" : HENREID
59. _____ Altos, Calif. : LOS
60. County of Northern Ireland : LONDONDERRY
62. Had a little lamb? : ATE
63. First name in cosmetics : ESTEE
64. Novelist Francoise : SAGAN
65. Roll of bills : WAD
66. Looks (to be) : SEEMS
67. Unattached : LONE
1. With the bow, in music : ARCO
2. Bellyache : CARP
3. Malarial symptom : AGUE
4. Part of T.V.A.: Abbr. : TENN
5. Hooded snakes : COBRAS
6. Exist : ARE
7. Diamond cover : TARP
8. To be, to Satie : ETRE
9. "_____ the Fox" (classic fable) : REYNARD
10. In the midst of : AMONG
11. From the time of : SINCE
12. Girder material : STEEL
14. _____ of justice : SCALES
18. Yesterday: Fr. : HIER
22. "_____ luck?" : ANY
25. David's instrument : HARP
26. Downwind, nautically : ALEE
27. Wedding sine qua non : RING
28. Add to, unnecessarily : PAD
29. Smut : FILTH
30. Prior to, in poems : ERE
31. Crimson : RED
34. Henry VIII's VIth : PARR
35. "Reply completed," to a ham operator : OVER
36. Queen of Scots : MARY
38. Word before bull or stop : PIT
39. Grasshopper's rebuker : ANT
40. Baseball's DiMaggio : JOE
42. Mexican snacks : TAMALES
43. Isn't miserly : SPENDS
44. Cosmo, e.g. : MAG
45. Reverberations : ECHOES
46. At what time? : WHEN
47. Wedding acquisition : INLAW
48. Flora and fauna : BIOTA
49. Let up : EASED
52. Type of wine : ROSE
53. Kitty starter : ANTE
55. Kind of estate : REAL
56. Therefore : ERGO
57. Major rug exporter : IRAN
58. Unit of force : DYNE
61. Rep. foe : DEM

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