New York Times, Tuesday, June 20, 1995

Author: Jon Delfin
Editor: Will Shortz
Jon Delfin
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Delfin. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1995, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Twaddle : PAP
4. Obvious fact : TRUISM
10. Swiss peaks : ALPS
14. Where Tel Aviv is: Abbr. : ISR
15. Illustrator Beardsley : AUBREY
16. Skin opening : PORE
17. Any ship : SHE
18. Brooklyn pitching legend : PREACHERROE
20. Ancient storyteller : AESOP
22. Bowling alley button : RESET
23. Mass. senatorial monogram : EMK
24. ____ out (just managed) : EKED
26. Horned zoo animals, briefly : RHINOS
28. "Forrest Gump" author : WINSTONGROOM
33. Picnic pest : ANT
34. Dormitory disturbance : SNORE
35. Capital of Bolivia : SUCRE
39. Super server, in tennis : ACER
41. Song syllables : TRALA
43. Bridge feat : SLAM
44. Chocolate substitute : CAROB
46. Be of use : AVAIL
48. Belief : ISM
49. Subject of a 1956 film "search" : BRIDEYMURPHY
52. Overly rushed : HECTIC
55. Nose-in-the-air type : SNOB
56. Moray : EEL
57. Jai alai basket : CESTA
61. Take over : COOPT
64. Former Idaho Senator : FRANKCHURCH
67. Pub quaff : ALE
68. Fork part : TINE
69. Major blood vessels : AORTAE
70. Howard or Ely : RON
71. Safecracker : YEGG
72. Fire stirrers : POKERS
73. Sot's ailment : DTS
1. Italian flower town : PISA
2. Court star Arthur : ASHE
3. Award show V.I.P. : PRESENTER
4. Machine rods : TAPPETS
5. Capek play : RUR
6. Over, to Otto : UBER
7. "Dies ____" : IRAE
8. Parts of mins. : SECS
9. "You saved me!" : MYHERO
10. Showery mo. : APR
11. Actress Sophia : LOREN
12. Teaser ad : PROMO
13. Hunts for : SEEKS
19. Groups' tenets : ETHOS
21. Authorizes : OKS
25. Word of warning : DONT
27. Radio wise guy Don : IMUS
28. W.W. II woman : WAAC
29. Old-time Peruvian : INCA
30. Missile-warning grp. : NORAD
31. Serious : GRAVE
32. Team track event : RELAY
36. Coach's prop : CLIPBOARD
37. Too hasty : RASH
38. TV prize : EMMY
40. Gen. ____ E. Lee : ROBT
42. Gets ready to fire : AIMS
45. Building block : BRICK
47. Expense account expenses : LUNCHES
50. Polar cover : ICECAP
51. Milne's Baby ____ : ROO
52. Packing a little weight : HEFTY
53. Creepy : EERIE
54. Trolley sound : CLANG
58. "Go away!" : SHOO
59. Istanbul native : TURK
60. Commedia dell'____ : ARTE
62. Cabal : PLOT
63. Change for a twenty : TENS
65. Not pos. : NEG
66. Mercury or Saturn, e.g. : CAR

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